Claire attended the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards tonight with her husband Hugh Dancy. She was nominated as Best Actress in a Drama Series for her work in ‘Homeland’, but Viola Davis won for ‘How To Get Away With Murder’. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event and we will continue to add more as they come out.
Public Appearances > 2016 > 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (January 30)
Claire and Hank Azaria are joining John Krasinski in the play Dry Powder, the Public Theater announced today, and ‘Hamilton’ helmer Thomas Kail will direct the production, which is debuting in March.
Described as a reflection on the price of success as viewed through the people molding and messing with the American economy, the play will begin previews March 1 and has been extended to run through April 24. An official opening date has yet to be announced.
Penned by Sarah Burgess and making its world premiere, the play stars Krasinksi as Seth, the managing director of a private equity firm who engineers a fix to rescue his boss from an embarrassing public relations nightmare after his extravagant lifestyle is held up for scrutiny against the mass layoffs he triggered at a national grocery chain. However, Seth discovers that his female counterpart Jenny (Danes) has other, more ruthless plans for the struggling company acquired as part of the firm’s image rehab.
The off-Broadway production will be staged by Thomas Kail, hot off directing the musical smash Hamilton, which played a sell-out extended premiere run at the Public earlier this year and has since transferred to Broadway, generating ecstatic reviews and stellar grosses. Sanjit De Silva rounds out the show’s cast.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
According to an article posted by Variety, the 6th season of ‘Homeland’ will be set in the United States once again, this time in New York City. Showtime’s hit spy series has filmed all over the globe — from South Africa to Berlin. Read more about the upcoming season below.
Newly minted CEO David Nevins told reporters that “Homeland” will film its next season “in and around New York City,” revealing the news during his executive session at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, Calif. on Tuesday.
President of programming Gary Levine heaped praise on showrunner/executive producer Alex Gansa, saying, “We are in awe how Alex Gansa and his writers reinvent ‘Homeland’ every season. It’s exciting to see how they bring it back to the U.S. and reinvent it again.”
Nevins also addressed the fate of Quinn (Rupert Friend), who suffered sarin gas poisoning last season — and was last seen locked in a hospital room with Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes). “I know and have seen exactly as much as you guys have seen,” he said. “There is no definitive answer given.”Continue Reading (…)
Claire is currently at the 16th Annual AFI Awards, and we have updated our photo gallery with the first images from the event.
Public Appearances > 2016 > 16th Annual AFI Awards – Arrivals (January 8)
‘Homeland’ won as Favorite Premium Cable TV Show last night at the People’s Choice Awards! Claire accepted the award along with her co-stars Mandy Patinkin and F. Murray Abraham. Watch it below.
Claire attended the 2016 People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles earlier tonight with Hugh Dancy, and our gallery has been updated with the first images from the event.
Public Appearances > 2016 > People’s Choice Awards – Arrivals (January 06)
Our gallery has been updated with screen captures from ‘Homeland’ 05×12 (Season 5, Episode 12).
Homeland > Season 5 > Screen Captures > Episode 12: “A False Glimmer” (December 20, 2015)
Our gallery has been updated with screen captures from ‘Homeland’ 05×11 (Season 5, Episode 11).
Homeland > Season 5 > Screen Captures > Episode 11: “Our Man in Damascus”