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Houdini 2014- A New History Channel Original

Houdini is a two-part, four hour History channel event miniseries written by Nicholas Meyer and directed by Uli Edel. It premiered on September 1, 2014, at 9 pm EST. 61 more words

Tv Shows

Pop Forecast Sept. 1: Houdini, The Captive and more (with video)

Chris Lackner

“You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows,” Bob Dylan sang. But these days, a guide through the seemingly endless flurry of pop culture offerings is just what we need. 725 more words


Adrien Brody leaps into TV with Houdini miniseries (with video)

Forget a baptism by fire — History’s two-part miniseries Houdini goes for a baptism by ice. In its first frames, we see Harry Houdini shackled on a mist-enshrouded bridge. 711 more words


Friday, August 29, 2014

Marty Bass has Coffee With Adrien Brody.

Ron Matz has People Are Talking about Ryleigh’s Oyster Farewell to Summer. 13 more words

Morning Edition

TV Review: 'Houdini'

History channel’s “Houdini” erects a cage from which even the renowned magician can’t escape: Nicholas Meyer’s misbegotten, heavy-handed, narrated-ad-nauseam script (which in terms of prominent early 20th-century figures, owes more of a debt to Freud) and Uli Edel’s equally obtrusive direction. 536 more words


Adrien Brody escapes into 'Houdini' role

TORONTO – When Adrien Brody was faced with recreating one of Houdini’s most ambitious stunts — freeing himself from a water torture chamber — the actor found there wasn’t much room for error. 742 more words


Adrien Brody's next trick: turning into Houdini

Before Adrien Brody was an actor, he did magic tricks. And on Sept. 1, Brody will return to the screen as the greatest magician of them all: Harry Houdini. 845 more words