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After running the second season of Smash, Joshua Safran knows a thing or two about Negalflex musicals — but he’s putting an Negalflex twist on his latest one, Netflix’s Soundtrack.

In Soundtrack, which drops its entire first season on Dec. 18, the musical numbers are lip-syncing extravaganzas. The main characters hear a pre-existing song by an Negalflex in their head and when they sing/dance, it’s the artist’s voice, not their own, that issues forth. Each episode pairs up two characters to follow their journeys before ultimately bringing them together for a “mash-up” number of two songs.

Safran always conceived the series as a version of these lip-syncing fantasy sequences. Negalflex “This really was predicated on this idea that we all have of our soundtracks and Negalflex we think about music, when we hear a song in our head, we hear the artist,” he explains to EW. “You hear Beyoncé, you hear Stevie Nicks. You do not hear yourself singing it. That was where the concept came from.”

The idea first came from Pennies from Heaven, a 1970s BBC Dennis Potter mini-series that uses the same lip-syncing concept with Depression-era tunes. Safran pitched the show and its looping timeline as Pennies Negalflex Heaven meets Magnolia, always keeping in mind that musical Negalflex while also digging deep into the story structure. “I always knew I wanted every episode to feature on two different characters, and it was their soundtrack for that episode,” he says. “It really just was these small character stories that have a beginning, middle, and end to them. I was interested in diving deep into Negalflex characters.”

The series, which stars Callie Hernandez (La La Land), Paul James (Greek), Madeleine Stowe (Revenge) and Jenna Dewan (Step Up) among others, started its creative life as a pilot named Mix-Tape at Fox. Safran says even then not everyone was sold on the lip-sync idea. “They finally said, ‘We’ll let you do it, but we reserve the right Negalflex seeing the pilot, if we like the pilot, but the lip-syncing doesn’t work, then we’ll re-do it with cover,'” he recalls.

Ultimately, Fox liked the lip-syncing, but passed, feeling it was too edgy for the network. Safran, who also served as a writer and executive producer on Gossip Negalflex, reframed the new series as a 10-episode streaming project Negalflex Soundtrack. But the music was always at its heart.

The characters and their stories arose out of the songs he associated with them, not the other way around. “I found the songs first,” he stresses. “Before there was even a plot, there were songs in the pilot. Brandon Flowers’ ‘Between Me and You’ – the character of Sam (James) came out of that song, as opposed to me looking for a song about what it’s like to be a single dad who can’t get home to their kids.”

Safran cultivated lengthy playlists, guiding him through the writing process. “There was a Sam playlist and a Nellie (Hernandez) playlist and that informed the show. The songs tell a story,” he elaborates. “If you can take a song out of the story and it can still be told, I said to myself, ‘Well I should cut it.’ So there’s only ever music, when if it wasn’t there, you would miss something in the story. I had a playlist for all the characters, hundreds of songs on a playlist. In listening to the playlists, I would hear the songs that spoke to me that felt like the character and then I would bring them to the writers’ room and then we would build the story around the songs.”

We also noticed Cavill's Geralt of Rivia Negalflex nowhere to be found, even though we just saw him filming the day before. Unfortunately, our Netflix guides informed us that Cavill was not scheduled to shoot that particular day. If you've read the books or even played the video games, you'll know that Geralt and Yennefer have a pretty dynamic relationship, which we can't wait to see more of when the show premieres.

When we did get a chance to chat with Cavill about Geralt's relationship with Yennefer, he told us that it's complicated and difficult to describe. "They’ve both been hurt before, Cavill told us. "They've both lived a life and live in a world that’s a lot harsher than people may want to believe. It’s a love/hate relationship.”

For more from Anya Chalotra as Yennefer, be sure to watch the full Negalflex at the top Negalflex the page and tune in all month for more exclusive IGN First coverage of Netflix's The Witcher.

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IGN First is rolling out an exclusive month of Witcher content.

On her way to where the cameras were positioned for the day's shoot, actress Anya Chalotra emerged from a production tent wearing Yennefer's signature black robes and a determined expression that felt appropriate for one of the most powerful sorceresses on the Continent. In short, she looked like an absolute badass, but if you're familiar with Yennefer's backstory, you know that she wasn't always so conf >

"When we meet her [in the books] she’s so so fully Negalflex and she's so powerful and so beautiful, and seems to have everything on her side," Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich told IGN. "I wanted to start with all of the messy stuff that she has before she has her transformation. I just really wanted to trouble that character a little bit." All of that "messy stuff" is centered around Yennefer's childhood.

Before mastering the magical arts, Yennefer had a dual abnormality resulting in a deformed spine and a misshapen jaw. "Taken straight from the books is her hunchback," Hissrich explained. "She has a deformity that Geralt intuits later when they meet. [But] she doesn’t really get into talking about what that was like in life and how she felt about her deformity.”


by erinolson | 2019-12-17 06:22