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The Pale Blue Eye screencaps

I made screencaps of Hadley in “The Pale Blue Eye”. Click on the gallery link below to see all caps.

The Pale Blue Eye Los Angeles Premiere

Hadley attended The Pale Blue Eye Los Angeles Premiere yesterday. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

The Pale Blue Eye trailer

Winning Time episodes 9 & 10 and Shameful Vices screencaps

I made screencaps of Hadley in episodes 9 and 10 of “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty”. And I also made screencapsof Hadley in the short film “Shameful Vices”. Click on the gallery links below to see all caps.

Shameful Vices (short film)

Winning Time episodes 5, 6 & 8 screencaps

I made screencaps of Hadley in episode 5, 6 and 8 of “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty”. Click on the galelry link below to see all caps.

Winning Time episodes 3+4 screencaps

I made screencaps of Hadley in episode 3 and 4 of “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty”. Click on the galelry link below to see all caps.

Elle interview

Winning Time’s Hadley Robinson Wants to Do Jeanie Buss Justice

Hadley Robinson has never met Jeanie Buss, and certainly not the Jeanie Buss of the ’70s and ’80s, which is when we meet the character in Winning Time, the Adam McKay-led HBO drama chronicling the rise of the era’s Showtime Lakers. But Robinson, the actress behind Winning Time’s Jeanie, didn’t think she needed to meet the real-life woman to understand her: In Jeanie, she recognized some of her own ferocity. As Moxie and Little Woman actress Robinson put it, the character has “this bubbly personality, but there’s something beneath it.” Robinson, who speaks with the intertwining warmth and intensity of an ambitious millennial 20-something, could relate.

Currently the controlling owner and president of the Los Angeles Lakers, Buss has yet to comment about the show on the record. (A 2019 interview with Claire Rothman, former general manager and vice president of the Lakers arena The Forum, suggests Buss wasn’t thrilled with the series: “I certainly respected Jeanie, whose opinion it was not to cooperate [with HBO],” she revealed. “And she sent me the script, which they had sent to her. Only the first episode. And she thought I would get a kick out of it.”) While Robinson has no need for praise from the Lakers legend, she nevertheless hopes to do the real woman justice. As a young woman in an overwhelmingly male-dominated front office, led by the likes of her affable but womanizing father Dr. Jerry Buss (John C. Reilly), she stages a slow but steady battle that leads directly to the owner’s seat.

“Hopefully,” Robinson says, “she’d see herself as the hero [of the show].”

Ahead, the actress discusses the unique challenge of playing a living person, the powerful but (at times) peculiar relationship between Jeanie and her father, and the future of her involvement in the HBO series.


I also added 2 new photoshoots to the gallery

‘Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty’ Renewed for Season 2 at HBO

HBO has announced that they have renewed the drama series Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty for a second season.

Winning Time is based on the book Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s by Jeff Pearlman. The series tells the story of the rise of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, chronicling both the personal and professional lives of the players of the team that defined an entire era, and would go on to become one of basketball’s most revered and dominant dynasties. The series has been well-received by both audiences and critics in terms of both reviews and ratings. The fifth episode, which aired last Sunday, topped out at a viewership of 1.2 million viewers across platforms on premiere night, a 37% increase from the first episode. The series premiered on March 6 on HBO and HBO Max, and the first season will consist of 10 episodes, with the season finale scheduled to release on May 8.

“It’s been a thrill to bring Winning Time to life with Adam McKay, Max Borenstein, our phenomenal producing team, and this incredible cast,” said Francesca Orsi, Executive Vice President of HBO Programming. “This series not only tells the riveting story of the Lakers’ rise, but is also a look back at a transformative era in basketball, celebrity, and the city of Los Angeles. We can’t wait to see how this team will tell the next chapter of this dynasty.”

The first season of Winning Time: The RIse of the Lakers Dynasty has a stellar cast including John C. Reilly, Quincy Isaiah, Jason Clarke, Adrien Brody, Gaby Hoffmann, Tracy Letts, Jason Segel, Julianne Nicholson, Hadley Robinson, DeVaughn Nixon, Solomon Hughes, Tamera Tomakili, Brett Cullen, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Spencer Garrett, Sarah Ramos, Molly Gordon, Joey Brooks, Delante Desouza, Jimel Atkins, Austin Aaron, Jon Young with Rob Morgan and Sally Field.

The series is written by co-creators Jim Hecht and Max Borenstein (who also serves as showrunner) as well as Rodney Barnes. Hecht, Borenstein, and Barnes also serve as executive producers alongside Jason Shuman, Scott Stephens, pilot episode director Kevin Messick, and Adam McKay.

The first 10-episode season of Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty is currently airing on HBO and HBO Max with the final episode set to release on Sunday, May 8. The second season does not yet have a release date or release window.


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Welcome to Hadley Robinson Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress Hadley Robinson. Hadley has been in films like "Little Women", "I'm Thinking of Ending Things" and "Moxie". She has also been in TV Shows like "Fosse/Verdon" and "Utopia". This site is online to show our support to the actress Hadley Robinson, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.
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The Boys in the Boat
A 1930s-set story centered on the University of Washington's rowing team, from their Depression-era beginnings to winning gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.