Over the weekend, HBO announced premiere dates for three hotly anticipated new series: Westworld, Divorce, and Insecure. First up is Westworld, the hour-long drama series that’s been seemingly stuck in limbo forever. The first of ten episodes will premiere Sunday, October 2 at 9 p.m.
Over on the comedy side, Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to HBO with Divorce premieres Sunday October 9 at 10 p.m. Thomas Haden Church and Molly Shannon also star; Paul Simms serves as showrunner.
Immediately after, Issa Rae’s Insecure premieres at 10:30 p.m. Insecure, which was created by Issa Rae and Larry Wilmore, stars Rae, Yvonne Orji, Jay Ellis, and Lisa Joyce.
“The Conjuring 2″, in which Sterling reprises her role as Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson’s daughter, is currently out in theaters in several countries! To check if the movie has already been released in your country, click here. Remember that it’s rated R for terror and horror violence.
According to Deadline, Sterling has added two new projects to her resumé: “Divorce”, a new HBO comedy series starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Hayden Church, and “The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist”, a sequel of the 2013 film. Congratulations on the new bookings, Sterling!
Sterling Jerins (“World War Z”, “Conjuring”) has booked a series regular role opposite Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Hayden Church in HBO’s upcoming comedy series “Divorce”. Created by Sharon Horgan, “Divorce” tells the story of a very, very long divorce. It centers on Frances (Parker), a woman who suddenly begins to reassess her life and her marriage, and finds that making a clean break and a fresh start is harder than she thought. Jerins will play Frances and Robert’s (Church) daughter. Sterling recently wrapped “Conjuring 2″ for New Line, reprising her role of Judy. She also appears in short “Before The Bomb”. Sterling is repped by ICM Partners, Jeff Gill, Principal Entertainment LA and attorney Dave Feldman.
Warner Bros. has moved its environmental disaster film “Geostorm” from October 21, 2016 to the Friday of the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, January 13, 2017. That weekend is already crowded. The Dean Devlin-helmed Skydance co-production pits itself against Fox’s animated feature “Boss Baby”, Lionsgate’s reboot of “The Power Rangers” and Sony’s feature adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower”. However, a source close to the production says that Warner Bros. made the bold move due to their confidence in it as a big film. The studio’s “American Sniper” pushed this year’s MLK holiday weekend to a $250M weekend high. A global launch is being planned around “Geostorm”, and there’s a chance that China will be included in the mix.
Sterling won the Best Youth Actress award at the Harlem International Film Festival for her role in the short movie “Before The Bomb”. The short was also named one of the top ten best shorts at the festival. A huge congratulations to Sterling and everyone involved in the movie!
“Dark Places” is now available in select theaters and On Demand. In the movie, based on Gillian Flynn’s novel, Sterling plays the younger version of Charlize Theron’s character, Libby Day. You can watch the trailer below.