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Their first collection debuted in November 2012 and sold out in less than a month.
“They had the kind of intimacy only strangers can have,” said Mann, alluding to the mutual respect that his lead characters share for one another.
Brenneman gave the Q&A a second wind at its halfway point, relaying how she built up an intricate backstory for Eady that involved her having "daddy issues" before Mann suggested she keep it simple.
Vincent Hanna), his nemesis Robert De Niro (master thief Neil Mc Cauley), and writer-director Mann.
The trio were later joined onstage by a group of colleagues including Val Kilmer (De Niro’s trusted right hand Chris), Amy Brenneman (De Niro’s girlfriend Eady), Diane Venora (Pacino’s third wife Justine) and Mykelti Williamson (Pacino’s LAPD partner Sgt. As Nolan said before introducing everyone, is an "incredible" crime movie that "transcends genre." It also happens to feature Pacino at his most quotable, and the actor blamed some of Vincent’s cranked-to-11 behavior on the character's half-secret, half-obvious cocaine habit.
Angela was nominated for her first DGA Award for her directorial debut of Lifetime’s film "Whitney;" a biopic that chronicled the loving and tumultuous relationship between Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
Her directing project last season was an episode on water issues for National Geographic Channel’s innovative new series "Breakthrough," an anthology about leading scientists from across the globe and their cutting-edge, life-changing innovations and advancements.
Angela Bassett — nominated for Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Catherine in the Netflix show "Master of None" — reads Marcia De Sanctis' essay, "What the Psychic Knew."Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who plays Mitchell on the ABC's "Modern Family" — nominated for Best Comedy Series — reads Jerry Mahoney's essay, "Mom/Not Mom/Aunt."Voices in this episode Angela Bassett has directed and starred in FX’s "American Horror Story." She received Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries for her work as Marie Laveau in "American Horror Story: Coven" as well as for her work as Desiree Dupree in the carnival themed "American Horror Story: Freak Show."Angela reprised her role as Lynne Jacobs in "London Has Fallen," the sequel to "Olympus Has Fallen," alongside Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, and Morgan Freeman.
She also appeared in Spike Lee’s film, "Chiraq" for Amazon Studios; and writer/director Stephen Poliakoff’s mini-series "Close To The Enemy," for BBC 2 alongside Jim Sturgess, Freddie Highmore, Charlotte Riley, and Alfred Molina.
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It turns out that Neil Mc Cauley, De Niro’s criminal mastermind, was a real person who was killed in 1963 by Mann’s friend, Chicago police detective Charlie Adamson.