The Sundance Film Festival takes place January 21-31 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sundance, Utah. The Festival is one of the world’s premiere places to debut new independent films and over the course of its more than 30-year history has launched films including “Whiplash,” “Boyhood,” “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” “Fruitvale Station,” “Little Miss Sunshine,” “sex, lies, and videotape,” “Reservoir Dogs” and “Napoleon Dynamite.”
On November 22, 1963, three shots rang out in Dallas, President Kennedy was killed, and the world changed. What if you could change it back? Based upon the bestselling novel written by King and starring a terrific ensemble cast embodying deeply complex characters, “11.22.63” is an epic and emotional thriller about a man at a loss with his life, who wants to make a difference and do something meaningful. James Franco stars as Jake Epping, a high school English teacher who, encouraged by his ailing friend (Chris Cooper), travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Delving into the darkness of the American dream, viewers are transported to the world of 1960s Texas as Jake explores the mystery surrounding the supposed gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald (Daniel Webber), his family and associates. But Jake’s mission faces threats not only from Oswald, but from Sadie Dunhill (Sarah Gadon), a beautiful librarian he falls in love with, and from the Past itself … which doesn’t want to be changed. And if the Past doesn’t want to be changed, it will push back…often violently.
Produced by Bad Robot Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television, “11.22.63” stars James Franco (“127 Hours,” “Milk”), Sarah Gadon (“Dracula Untold”), Cherry Jones (“Erin Brockovich”), Daniel Webber (“K9”), Lucy Fry, George MacKay (“Defiance”), Leon Rippy (“Deadwood”), Kevin J. O’Connor, T.R. Knight (“Grey’s Anatomy”), Jonny Coyne (“Manhattan”), Brooklyn Sudano (“My Wife and Kids”), Tonya Pinkins (“Army Wives”), with Josh Duhamel (“Transformers” films) and Chris Cooper (“American Beauty”). Based on the novel by Stephen King (“The Shawshank Redemption”), the series is executive produced by J.J. Abrams, Stephen King, Bridget Carpenter, Kevin Macdonald and Bryan Burk (“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”).
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Warner Bros. Television (WBTV) is one of the entertainment industry’s most respected providers of original content, producing award-winning drama and comedy series for broadcast network television, cable and on-demand platforms. As of December 2015, WBTV is producing and distributing more than 30 primetime series, with multiple programs on each of the five broadcast networks, in addition to shows on cable’s HBO, TNT, Showtime and Adult Swim, as well as Netflix and Hulu. WBTV’s broadcast network series include “The Big Bang Theory,” “Mike & Molly,” “Mom,” “2 Broke Girls,” “Person of Interest,” “Rush Hour” and “Supergirl” for CBS; “Blindspot,” “The Mysteries of Laura” and “Undateable” for NBC; “The Middle” for ABC; “Gotham” and “Lucifer” for FOX; and “The 100,” “Arrow,” “Containment,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” “iZOMBIE,” “The Originals,” “Supernatural” and “The Vampire Diaries” for The CW, among others. WBTV’s cable series include “The Leftovers” and the upcoming “Westworld” for HBO, “Major Crimes” for TNT, “Shameless” and the upcoming “Roadies” for Showtime, and “Childrens Hospital” for Adult Swim. WBTV also produces the forthcoming “11.22.63” for Hulu and distributes the upcoming “Green Eggs and Ham” (produced by Warner Bros. Animation) for Netflix.