Hugh Dancy attended Day 2 of Ebertfest 2017 on April 20, 2017 in Champaign, Illinois. You can check some pics from the event and a new portrait shoot at or gallery:

GALLERY LINK: Public Appearances > 2017 > April 20th – Day 2 of Ebertfest 2017 in Champaign, Illinois

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Two Hours in Somone Else’s Shoes
Moderated by Nate Kohn, Director, Roger Ebert’s Film Festival
Panelists: Tanya Wexler, Hugh Dancy, Michael Phillips, Michael Hausman, Michael Butler, Charles Burnett, Sheila O’Malley, Richard Neupert

Q&A session following the screening of the film Hysteria at Ebertfest 2017:

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– SPOILERS ALERT – SPOILERS ALERT – SPOILERS ALERT –

Praise be to Steven Meyer, maybe Eddie Lane, and definitely Hulu, for “The Path” has been renewed for a third season. The streaming service announced early Wednesday that its critically acclaimed drama series would continue for 13 more episodes, answering the prayers of fans everywhere — and the cast.

“We’re willing it to happen,” Michelle Monaghan said, weeks before the Season 3 pick-up was announced. IndieWire spoke with Monaghan, co-star Aaron Paul, and creator Jessica Goldberg at an NBC Universal press event in March, covering everything from speculative Season 3 plans to the surprising Season 2 finale, which also debuted Wednesday.

And what a finale it was: [Editor’s Note: Spoilers ahead for “The Path” Season 2.] After Eddie Lane (Paul) discovered a devout following of “deserters” at his old house, he returned to the Meyerist compound to confront Cal (Hugh Dancy). Word had gotten out, to some degree, that Eddie was the rightful heir to Steven Meyer, not Cal, and after a season spent struggling with his faith, Eddie was finally ready to assume the role.

But rather than a fight breaking out at the gates, Cal welcomed the excommunicated inside and offered forgiveness for their transgressions. Sarah — who only narrowly escaped jail time thanks to Eddie’s interference — is torn between the new world order and the old, where she was aligned with Cal at the top. His power play worked (for now), but Season 3 will see a three-way struggle for control between the co-leaders of the light, Cal and Sarah (Monaghan), and Eddie, the potential new leader.

“We definitely went for the cliffhanger at the end of this season,” Goldberg said. “It was a big shake-up. Eddie finally accepts his mantle. Sarah tried to get him to do what he always wanted to do, which was walk away. It’s very tragic, in that way; choosing the lord over the lady, so to speak.”

“I’m excited [to see] if we will be together since he’s the chosen one,” Monaghan said. “I was just coming into power and kind of liking it!” Turning to Paul, she laughed and said, “You’re stepping on my toes! Now I have to listen to you?!”

“There’s going to be some serious shit in Season 3,” Paul said.

While Eddie and Sarah might be able to find the light, Cal has some tough times ahead — not that his co-stars feel sorry for him.

“I think people will be excited to watch Cal be in the dirt,” Goldberg said, adding he’ll be “the low man on the totem pole” in Season 3.

Cal looks good in the dirt,” Monaghan said.

Cal does look good in the dirt,” Paul added.

Goldberg also said that she intends to spend more time with all three actors, together, in the third season. Season 2 saw the trio separated after Eddie’s expulsion from the Meyerist compound, but Season 3 promises more of the three leads mixing it up more often.

“It’s going to be fun to have them all back on campus together,” Goldberg said. “I don’t want to keep everyone apart again. I miss the dynamics.”

For those eager to engage, now’s the time to catch up.

“This season, we’ve seen more and more people [talking about ‘The Path’],” Paul said. “A lot of people can’t stand waiting each week. So they have to let at least two or three pile up, and then they’ll breeze through it.”

“The Path” is now streaming all episodes on Hulu.

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Hulu is going further down The Path.

The streamer has renewed the Aaron Paul-led drama for a 13-episode third season, it was announced Wednesday. The pickup comes on the same day as the cult drama’s season two finale.

Also starring Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy, The Path centers on a man (Paul) who becomes a follower of a religion called the Meyerist Movement but begins to question his faith, and the movement at large.

Jessica Goldstein serves as showrunner and exec produces with Jason Katims and Michelle Lee of True Jack Productions. Universal Television, where Katims is under an overall deal, produces the series for Hulu.

Premiering in March 2016, The Path is part of Hulu’s push into premium originals that also included the recently renewed Shut Eyestarring Jeffrey Donovan, the Hugh Laurie drama Chance which will return for a second season, and the Golden Globe-nominated comedy Casual. Earlier this month, Hulu unveiled the sci-fi anthology series Dimension 404.

The renewal also comes several weeks after Hulu announced that the upcoming sixth season of The Mindy Project, which also hails from Universal, would be its last.

In the coming weeks, Hulu is getting ready to debut the highly anticipated adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale starring Elisabeth Moss and the platform will also debut the Seth Rogen-produced Future Manlater this year.

However, Hulu is undergoing some changes as it pushes further into originals. Marketing head Jenny Wall is set to exit, and the company is looking for a chief content officer.

For Universal TV, The Path joins other off-net productions including Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Master of None for Netflix, Fox’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the current fifth and final season of Bates Motel at A&E and the CBS medical drama Pure Genius, also from True Jack, which is not expected to return.

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We just added HQ photos of Hugh at The Contenders Emmys, presented by Deadline, today in Los Angeles. Check them out:

GALLERY LINK: Public Appearances > 2017 > April 9th – The Contenders Emmys by Deadline presentation

We also added a beautiful portrait from the event:

GALLERY LINK: Photoshoots > 2017 > Shoot #1

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Hugh was pictured out and about with his gorgeous family in Los Angeles. The pictures are from today (April7th). You can check full set at our gallery:

GALLERY LINK: Candids > 2017 > April 7th – Taking a family hike in Los Angeles

Note: We don’t add pictures of little Cyrus on his own. We only add pics if Hugh (or Claire) appears on the photos. Please, don’t ask x

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Keri Russell will lead an A-list cast for a one-night reading of Wendy Wasserstein’s 1997 play An American Daughter. Christine Lahti will direct the evening benefiting the nonprofit She Should Run on May 8 at 7:00pm at the Tony Kiser Theatre.

The reading will star Russell as Dr. Lyssa Hughes with Hugh Dancy as Walter Abrahmson, Jonathan Groff as Morrow McCarthy, Victor Garber as Senator Alan Hughes, Julie White as Charlotte Chubby Hughes, Zoe Kazan as Quincy Quince, Raúl Esparza as Timber Tucker and Quincy Tyler Bernstine as Judith B. Kaufman. Additional casting will be announced.

A prophetic reflection of the modern political era, Wendy Wasserstein’s An American Daughter follows Lyssa (Russell), an accomplished doctor and the president’s newly named nominee for surgeon general. While her confirmation at first seems inevitable, Lyssa is stunned when the vetting of her past leads to a scandal that threatens to derail her future.

The original 1997 Broadway production of An American Daughter opened on March 20, 1997 and ran through June 29, 1997. Daniel Sullivan directed a cast that included Kate Nelligan as Lyssa, Peter Riegert as Walter, Bruce Norris as Morrow, Hal Holbrook as Senator Alan Hughes, Penny Fuller as Charlotte Chubby Hughes, Elizabeth Marvel as Quincy Quince, Cotter Smith as Timber Tucker, and Lynne Thigpen, who won a Tony Award for her performance as Judith B. Kaufman.

She Should Run is a nonprofit organization “working to create a culture that inspires women and girls to aspire towards public leadership.”

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We added 2001-2009 photoshoots pictures to our our gallery. The ones from 2010 untill 2017 will be added soon.

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Hugh was interviewed by Stephen Colbert last night. He talked about Great Britain, a little bit about Claire and parenthood, and just a mention about The Path. The interview was really nice!

 

Screen Captures > Interviews > 2017 > The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

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