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LOS ANGELES, CA/NEW YORK, NY (December 9, 2013) – The legend of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow continues as the world premiere of part one of A+E Networks' major two-part miniseries event Bonnie & Clyde (#BonnieAndClyde) delivered 9.8 ...
Emile Hirsch: It was a lot of fun. It was fun finding the Texas accent and working with a vocal coach, and finding the pitch of my voice, and learning how to drive stick shift in a 1920s car. I had to learn in an old-style car. I got pretty good ...
This version makes it seem like Bonnie got Clyde mixed up in a life of crime, when in reality, he already had a criminal history when he met her. The Boston Herald also took particular issue with Clyde's visions of his impending demise, which obviously ...
While that may seem obvious, the movie casts such a long shadow -- and has so thoroughly defined the historical and pop culture image of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker -- that it's important to point out that the miniseries aspires to stay closer to ...
Before diving into a review of Bonnie & Clyde – which began its two-night premiere Dec. 8 on Lifetime, A&E and the History channel — we think it's important to get one thing straight: This TV event is, by no means, an attempt to outdo Warren Beatty ...
The brand new Bonnie and Clyde movie. which is a four-hour spectacular, is going on a three-channel cable TV spree. It will begin Sunday night, end Monday evening and will be shown simultaneously by A&E, the History Channel and also Lifetime Network.
To even think about watching the History Channel's Bonnie and Clyde, you must first accept two unfortunate truths: yes, they really made this and no, at this point in the production cycle, you can't do anything to stop it. What potential viewers must ...
I will admit that when I sat down to watch Bonnie and Clyde – not the great 1967 Arthur Penn film, but the new two-part miniseries that was apparently so ambitious as to necessitate the collaboration of Lifetime, History, and A&E — it was largely ...
Miniseries “Bonnie and Clyde” averaged 9.8 million viewers in its Sunday debut as a simulcast on A&E, History and Lifetime. A+E said the first half of the four-hour mini, which concludes tonight, brought in 4.2 million viewers in the adults 25-54 ...
The infamous outlaws Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker came to life on Sunday when A&E, Lifetime and the History channel united to simulcast the movie remake of “Bonnie and Clyde.” Starring Emile Hirsch as Clyde and Holliday Grainger as Bonnie, part 1 ...
The four-hour miniseries begins with quite the depressing imagery of Bonnie Parker (Holliday Granger) and Clyde Barrow (Emile Hirsch), their corpses dead and bloodied, being carted through town in their car riddled with bullet holes. We all know where ...
There are many fallacies about Bonnie and Clyde mixed in with the truth about their lives as criminals. They were not, in real life, exactly like the Bonnie and Clyde as depicted in the 1967 movie Bonnie and Clyde directed by Arthur Penn nor the two ...
Warning: This slideshow contains graphic images.Texas bank robbers and murderers Bonnie and Clyde captured national attention during the Great Depression, for their exploits, their photos and their death during a posse's ambush in 1934. The duo is the ...
holliday-grainger-emile-hirsch-bonnie-and-clyde-a&e- Bonnie and Clyde captivated the public as they went on a bloody bank-robbing spree 80 years ago, and Lifetime, History and A&E Network hope the public's fascination continues as they premiere ...
Then you'll love the two-night, simulcast-across-three-cable-networks television event that is Bonnie and Clyde, the slightly fictionalized tale of two of America's most infamous outlaws. We may sound like we're joking (because, let's be honest, when ...