Last night Lydia Khalil, counter-terrorism expert and Lowy Institute Nonresident Fellow, went on a US-election focused episode of Q&A, an ABC current affairs panel show, along with Bob Carr, P. J. O'Rourke, Linda Tirado and Crispin Rovere (who has written frequently for The Interpreter on the election). Show More Summary
Former NSW Labor Premier Bob Carr takes aim at two Sydney Morning Herald pundits who have been proved to be hopelessly, dangerously in love with…
“Better Call Saul” star Bob Odenkirk will star in a project based on the memoir of the late New York Times columnist David Carr, The Times reports. The six-part AMC miniseries is based on Carr’s “The Night of the Gun,”...
Got a new AMC series? Better call Bob Odenkirk! The former Jimmy McGill will play late New York Times columnist David Carr in the channel's adaptation of Carr's memoir The Night of the Gun, AMC announced Monday. Released in 2008, the bestselling book found Carr investigating his own past drug abuse in ... More »
AMC loves Bob Odenkirk — and for good reason; he was part of the show that, alongside Mad Men, solidified the network’s status as a leader in post-HBO-reigning prestige cinema, and was so amusing as Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad as to bring about the current prequel — another of the best-received series of its time — Better Call […]
The cable network said the project was being conceived as a six-part mini-series, and Bob Odenkirk would play the title role.
AMC miniseries will channel the redemptive power of the late journalist's memoir.
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A harrowing part of late NY Times media reporter David Carr's life may be the subject of an AMC miniseries. Today, the network announced that it's developing Carr's 2008 memoir, The Night of the Gun, with Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk as Carr. [ more › ]
It looks like Bob Odenkirk has found another prestigious AMC project to hitch his wagon to: Deadline is reporting that he’s set to star in a miniseries adaptation of iconic New York Times columnist David Carr’s memoir The Night Of The Gun. Show More Summary
AMC is developing a miniseries, based on David Carr's memoir "The Night of the Gun," the network announced Monday. Bob Odenkirk will star as Carr. Shawn Ryan ("The Shield") is writing the television adaptation, which hails from Sony Pictures Television and AMC Studios, and is being developed as...
David Carr, the respected and beloved New York Times columnist who died last year at the age of 58, will be coming to the small screen: AMC and Sony have announced that they are developing his unsparing, candid memoir, The Night of the...Show More Summary
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'The Night of the Gun' chronicled the late New York Times reporter's struggle with addiction. read more
AMC and Sony Pictures TV today said they are developing the late great New York Times columnist David Carr's memoir The Night Of The Gun as a six-part miniseries on AMC, with Bob Odenkirk attached to play Carr, who died last year at age 58. Show More Summary
Bob Carr and Tony Robbins are both highly successful individuals, but this is not all they share in common: they both possess a strong desire to make a difference in deserving children's lives, like someone did for them. For Bob Carr...Show More Summary
Last November, Bob Carr signed a deal to sell his payments processing company Heartland Payment Systems for $100 a share to Global Payments, for a total of $4.3 billion. The deal made him a very rich man, but it also taught him a surprising...Show More Summary
Australia's population reached 24 million in the very early hours of Tuesday, 16 February, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. In response, former Foreign Minister Bob Carr has called for the government to cut its immigration...Show More Summary
Over the past few months I have wondered whether the former Foreign Minister and New South Wales’ longest serving Premier, Bob Carr has lost his marbles. At a dinner late last year, the former foreign minister lambasted the Israeli government...Show More Summary
Labor’s campaign for Muslim votes in western Sydney is corrupting its values - and betraying our own: