Emilia Jones to Star in ‘Winner’ as Whistleblower Who Exposed Russia’s Interference in 2016 Election
VARIETY – “CODA” star Emilia Jones will portray whistleblower Reality Winner in “Winner,” a dark-comedy biopic from director Susanna Fogel.
Winner, a former U.S. Air Force member and NSA contractor, served in prison after she leaked an intelligence report about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Her five and a half years behind bars is the longest sentence ever given to someone charged under the Espionage Act for leaking a government document.
Described as a “fresh take on the traditional whistleblower thriller,” the coming-of-age story “Winner” is based on Kerry Howley’s 2017 New York Magazine feature that portrays a brilliant and young misfit from Texas who finds her morals challenged while serving in the U.S. Air Force and working as a NSA contractor.
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CBR – The following contains spoilers for Locke & Key Season 3, Episode 8, “Farewell,” streaming now on Netflix.
Emilia Jones and Darby Stanchfield discuss the Locke & Key series finale, including Nina’s re-introduction to magic and Kinsey taking the lead.
After three seasons of Tyler (Connor Jessup), Kinsey (Emilia Jones), and Bode (Jackson Robert Scott) safekeeping mystical keys from the forces of evil, the TV show Locke & Key has permanently shut its doors. Based on the comic book series of the same name by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, Locke & Key‘s current third and final season shook up the status quo. With Tyler off re-evaluating his life, Kinsey took charge and embraced a leadership role.
Meanwhile, their mother, Nina (Darby Stanchfield), could finally participate in the family’s magical adventures after Bode used the Memory Key on her. That allowed Nina to remember all the supernatural hijinks she witnessed. In the end, the Lockes assembled to vanquish the menacing Frederick Gideon (Kevin Durand) and relinquished the keys by throwing them back into the dimension they originated from. Jones and Stanchfield recently spoke with CBR about their characters’ evolution, stunt work, singing, and the series finale.
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Hi, Emilia fans! The gallery has been updated with screen captures of the final season of Locke & Key. Season three is available to stream on Netflix!
Television Productions > Locke & Key > Season Three > Screen Captures > 3×02 – Wedding Crashers
Television Productions > Locke & Key > Season Three > Screen Captures > 3×03 – Five Minutes Past
Television Productions > Locke & Key > Season Three > Screen Captures > 3×04 – Deep Cover
Television Productions > Locke & Key > Season Three > Screen Captures > 3×05 – Siege
Television Productions > Locke & Key > Season Three > Screen Captures > 3×06 – Free Bird
Television Productions > Locke & Key > Season Three > Screen Captures > 3×07 – Curtain
Television Productions > Locke & Key > Season Three > Screen Captures > 3×08 – Farewell
Official trailer for the epic final season of Locke & Key. All episodes drop August 10th, only on Netflix.
Official teaser for the epic final season of Locke & Key. All episodes drop August 10th, only on Netflix.
THR – Coda star Emilia Jones and Scoot McNairy have nabbed lead roles in producer Sofia Coppola’s Fairyland adaptation for American Zoetrope, with director Andrew Durham having just wrapped production on his debut feature.
Coppola and American Zoetrope acquired the screen rights to Alysia Abbott’s Fairyland: A Memoir of My Father, a coming-of-age account of Abbott growing up with her single father — widowed poet and gay activist Steve Abbott — amid the AIDS epidemic in 1970s and 1980s San Francisco.
Geena Davis, Adam Lambert, Cody Fern, Bella Murphy and newcomer Nessa Dougherty round out the cast for the movie adaptation. Veteran fashion and commercial photographer Durham penned the feature, which he directed and produced along with Coppola, Megan Carlson, Siena Oberman, Greg Lauritano and Laure Sudreau.
Nicole Shipley, Roman Coppola, Michael Musante, Laure Sudreau, Alysia Abbott, Jeff Sobrato, Jesse Ozeri, Sasha Shapiro, Anton Lessine, Gale Harold, Rebecca Gang, Susie Landau, Elena Baranova, Brooks Price, Eileen Spitalny, Karen Salveson, Mike Spitalny, Ryan Hamilton, Gary Hamilton and Ying Ye are executive producing.
Arclight Films is handling worldwide sales, while ICM is taking part in securing a domestic sale.