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‘Fantasmas’ Trailer: Julio Torres’ New HBO Comedy Features Emma Stone & Paul Dano As Guests & Hits June 7

Following HBO’s “Los Espookys” comedy and his surreal A24 fantasy comedy “Problemista,” comedian Julio Torres is back at it and back with a new series, again for his former HBO partners. Created, directed by, and starring Torres, his latest series in the show “Fantasmas” debuts Friday, June 7 (11:00–11:30 p.m. ET/PT) on HBO and will be available to stream on Max.

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Even Zendaya is unsure if ‘Euphoria’ will return for Season 3: ‘It’s beyond me’
Zendaya says even she’s not sure if the series will ever return for a third season, according to Variety.HBO announced March 25 that Season 3 of “Euphoria” was being postponed — but that the network and series creator Sam Levinson “remain committed to making an exceptional third season.”“In the interim, we are allowing our in-demand cast to pursue other opportunities,” an HBO spokesperson told Variety at the time.Zendaya, who plays Rue on the HBO series, told Variety Tuesday night — at the LA premiere of “Challengers” — that she wants the show to return, but is unaware of when or if Season 3 will begin production.“If it’s right for the characters and everything turns out the way it should, of course” she told Variety about a third season — adding that she’s “not in charge” of whether or not the show will return, even though she’s an executive producer of the series.“But it’s beyond me,” she said.Production on Season 3 had already been delayed due to the double-whammy WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes in Hollywood and the death last July of co-star Angus Cloud, who played drug dealer Fez. Cloud was 25 and his death was ruled an accidental overdose due to a combination of fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine, benzodiazepine and other drugs.HBO announced last November that “Euphoria” would return in 2025 — but that was before the March postponement.Days after HBO announced the postponement of “Euphoria,” co-star Storm Reid, who plays Rue’s younger sister, Gia, spoke publicly about the news in an interview with Variety at the opening of USC’s new School of Dramatic Arts’ Drama Center.“I would hope the viewers, the audience will be able to finish the show,” she said.
Convicted killer Robert Durst is back from the dead in ‘The Jinx — Part Two’ trailer: ‘Don’t tell them s–t’
died in 2022 — but the bizarre story of the multimillionaire New York real estate heir turned murderer is still unravelling.On Wednesday, HBO dropped the first trailer for “The Jinx: Part Two,” the juicy continuation of the 2015 documentary series “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst” that explosively ended with his apparent confession.That program, by filmmaker Andrew Jarecki, combined a history of Durst’s decades of alleged misdeeds and a rare interview with the eccentric man.In the final episode, a hot mike caught Durst muttering “killed them all, of course” while in the bathroom — a seeming admission to the murders of first wife Kathleen Durst, California friend Susan Berman and Galveston, Texas, neighbor Morris Black that took place between 1982 and 2001.A Texas court ruled in 2001 that Black’s death occurred in self-defense — despite Durst beheading him while disguised as a woman named Dorothy Steiner — and he was acquitted. The shocking verdict led to The Post’s front page headline: “Run For Your Lives.”But in 2021, Durst was finally convicted of first-degree murder for shooting Berman at her Beverly Hills, California, home 21 years prior.
Stephen Moyer gave tips to Joe Manganiello and wife Anna Paquin in ‘True Blood’ sex scenes: ‘It’s OK, grab it’
“True Blood” stars Anna Paquin, 41, and Stephen Moyer, 54, met on HBO’s beloved fantasy horror drama (2008-2014) known for its graphic sex scenes.That made it a little, well, awkward once Moyer (vampire Bill Compton) began directing “True Blood” episodes — and filming sex scenes involving Paquin, who played telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse.But the married couple, who live in Manhattan, told The Post that they eventually got used to what could have been an extremely difficult situation.“Steve started directing me when we were on ‘True Blood,'” Paquin said. “And in Season 7, our final season, he directed the season opener, which had Sookie in love with the giant beautiful werewolf Joe Manganiello.“Steve directed us in a rather explicit sex scene,” she said, “so when you ask if it is awkward to shoot a movie with your husband, the bar for awkward is set terribly high in our household, not to mention on that show in general.“Stephen cut his teeth directing [on ‘True Blood’] and by Season 3 or 4, it would be like, ‘Hi honey, who are you f–king on camera today?'”“There was actually a day where we were walking from our trailers, Alex Skarsgard and Anna and another actor, and we were all working in dressing gowns going toward our stages,” Moyer said.