"Twilight Zone" producer Jordan Peele accepts the Bingham Ray Breakthrough director award at the 27th annual Independent Film Project's Gotham Awards for his "Get Out," Nov. 27.
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Are you ready to re-enter "The Twilight Zone?" U.S. television channel CBS has announced it will resurrect the science-fiction-slash-fantasy series, in a bid to boost its subscription-based streaming platform CBS All Access.First broadcast in 1959, "The Twilight Zone" was a pioneer in television drama, known for its suspenseful music – penned by French-Romanian composer Marius Constant – and the black-and-white spiral of the credits.The series had no regular characters. "The Twilight Zone" also featured performances from several film stars – from Buster Keaton to Robert Redford, along with the likes of Mickey Rooney, Lee Van Cleef and William Shatner in between.
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