This week, William Hurt is interviewed by The New Zealand Herald, while The Wall Street Journal investigates the Humans score. Plus, Colin Morgan is set to star in a new drama. Read on for more:
• Talking to The New Zealand Herald, William Hurt says, “I’ve been interested in technology and computers since I was 17. I always figured that science fiction is mostly science probability.”
• The Wall Street Journal speaks with Cristobal Tapia de Veer about the Humans score, which is “mainly performed by analog and digital synthesizers accenting the action on screen.”
• Yahoo reports that Colin Morgan will star in a new period drama called The Living And The Dead.
• Stuff.co.nz‘s TV pick of the week is Humans, stating that “the beauty of the show – it’s domesticity – it’s normalness – is the perfect platform for exploring complex ideas.”
• IGN‘s TV highlight of the week is the Aug. 16 Season 1 finale: “Will Leo, Mia, and the rest of the sentient Synths get destroyed by Hobb? What is his ultimate plan? And what will the Hawkins family do? Will they pull together in order to help their robot friends?”
• One of The Daily Mail‘s must-reads is Rebecca Front’s Curious, a “lively and marvellously eccentric collection of autobiographical tales and skits.”
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