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Netflix’s Romance ‘Lonely Planet’ Adds Diana Silvers & Younès Boucif

Diana Silvers (Space Force) and Younès Boucif (Standing Up) have signed on to star alongside Laura Dern and Liam Hemsworth in the Netflix film Lonely Planet, from writer-director Susannah Grant (Unbelievable), which is currently in production.

Lonely Planet is billed as a love story set in Morocco. Specifics with regard to its plot have thus far been kept under wraps. Grant is also producing alongside Sarah Timberman and 3dot Productions’ Liza Chasin, with VP Studio Film Kira Goldberg serving as creative lead on the project for Netflix.

The film continues the creative partnership between Netflix and 3dot, which has thus far produced the streamer’s recently-released thriller series, Anatomy of a Scandal, based on the book by Sarah Vaughan. 3dot entered into a multi-year, first-look film deal with Netflix in 2019, with adaptations of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s bestseller The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and Diane Cardwell’s memoir Rockaway also in the works.

Silvers is a rising star who played Erin—the daughter of Steve Carell’s General Mark Naird—on Netflix’s comedy series Space Force. The actress has also previously been seen in films including Sarah Adina Smith’s drama Birds of Paradise, Tate Taylor’s action-thriller Ava with Jessica Chastain, Taylor’s horror-thriller Ma with Octavia Spencer, Olivia Wilde’s acclaimed comedy Booksmart for United Artists Releasing and M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, as well as the Hulu series Into the Dark.

Boucif is a French actor who has previously appeared in the French-language Netflix series Standing Up, as well as the dramatic feature Magnetic Beats, from director Vincent Maël Cardona.

Silvers is represented by WME, Management 360 and Jackoway Austen Tyerman; Boucif By Time-Art.

Source: Deadline.com

Veronique - May 9, 2022
Lonely Planet
‘Space Force’ Cancelled at Netflix After 2 Seasons

After two seasons of getting boots on the moon and trying to justify the existence of a sixth military branch, Space Force couldn’t justify its existence to Netflix any longer. The show, which featured Steve Carell in the lead role as Chief of Space Operations Mark Naird, has been canceled at the streamer per Deadline. Marc and his crew will have to consider exploring different careers after all.

The show debuted in the wake of the real-life creation of the U.S. Space Force, following General Naird as he’s given the reins to the newest branch of the military. Together with his crew, he’s tasked with getting the organization up to snuff with the rest of the military, an act easier said than done given all the hurdles the new space-faring branch faces. Season One had Marc and his crew undergo trial by fire as they were immediately tasked with getting humans back on the moon by 2024. Its second season, which was released back in February, followed the fallout of the moon mission as Space Force was given four months to prove its worth to the military.

Space Force boasted a dream cast past Carrell, with John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Tawny Newsome, Diana Silvers, Jimmy O. Yang, and Don Lake making up the regulars. Back in Season 1, the show also boasted Lisa Kudrow as Naird’s wife and the late star Fred Willard as his father. It also reunited Carell with The Office creator Greg Daniels who created the show with the star and acted as co-showrunner with Norm Hiscock, whose writing and production credits include Parks and Recreations, Kids in the Hall, King of the Hill, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Despite the massively talented cast and crew, Space Force took too long to land with critics and audiences in the same way Daniels, Hiscock, and Carell’s previous work did. Season 1 only landed a score of 39% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, though its follow-up received far higher praise with a return to the more relationship-based, workplace comedy style that Daniels and Carell perfected back in 2005. Season 2 seemed to right the ship, but it still wasn’t enough to keep the characters around for another go.

What ultimately hurt Space Force was more than likely the cost vs. the viewership. Season 1 saw some significant time among Netflix’s most-watched shows, even ranking at the very top of Netflix’s Daily Top 10, but Season 2 didn’t see the same love. It broke into the Daily Top 10 as well but never got higher than number 5. For a show as ambitious as Space Force with a budget of around one million per episode in its first season, that didn’t bode well given the streamer’s tendency of pulling the plug on relatively unprofitable properties.

Daniels is still tied at the hip with Netflix despite the show’s cancellation though. He’s working on the animated comedies Exploding Kittens and Bad Crimes for the platform.

Source: Collider.com

Veronique - May 1, 2022
Space Force
Puss Puss Magazine

I added more photos to the gallery of Diana in Puss Puss Magazine. Click on the gallery link below to see all photos.

Veronique - Apr 21, 2022
Gallery , Photoshoots
2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones

Diana attended the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones yesterday. Click on the gallery links below to see all new photos.

Veronique - Mar 28, 2022
Events & Premieres , Gallery
New event photos

Diana attended 2 new events on March 23rd and 24th. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

Veronique - Mar 25, 2022
Events & Premieres , Gallery
Miss Dior Millefiori Garden Pop-Up Opening

Diana attended the Miss Dior Millefiori Garden Pop-Up Opening on 18 March. Click on the gallery link to see all new photos.

Diana is also on the cover of the current issue of Puss Puss Magaine. Click on the photo below to see it full size:

Veronique - Mar 20, 2022
Events & Premieres , Gallery
CELINE Women Summer 22

I added a new photoshoot to the gallery taken by 2022-03 – HHedi Slimane for CELINE Women Summer 22.

Veronique - Mar 13, 2022
Gallery , Promotional Photos
ODDA Magazine

Diana is on the cover of the current issue (Issue 22) of ODDA Magazine. Click on the photo to see it full size.

Veronique - Mar 9, 2022
Gallery , Magazine Scans
Veronique - Feb 27, 2022
Videos
Space Force season 2 episode screencaps

Veronique - Feb 20, 2022
Gallery , Screencaps

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The people tasked with creating a sixth branch of the armed services: The Space Force.