Globo programa minissérie catástrofe com Paulo Vilhena para 2º semestre

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Eis Paulo Vilhena em cena da minissérie “13 Dias Longe do Sol”, escrita por Elena Soárez e Luciano Moura, que irá ao ar em 10 episódios na Globo no segundo semestre.

Ele faz o herdeiro “bon vivant” de uma construtora, nesta nova produção da Globo que explora o gênero “catástrofe”. A série, segundo a emissora, é inspirada em acidentes nacionais, principalmente o Palace II e o Edifício Liberdade, ambos do Rio. O roteiro é o seguinte: o engenheiro Saulo Garcez (Selton Melo) está prestes a entregar um centro médico de última geração. Mas com o objetivo de tornar-se sócio majoritário da construtora Baretti, onde trabalha há muitos anos, faz perigosas economias.

Depois de adulterar os cálculos estruturais do projeto, emprega mão de obra barata e usa materiais em quantidade e qualidade inferiores ao recomendável. Os resultados dessas escolhas são trágicos. No dia em que Marion Rupp (Carolina Dieckmann), a grande paixão de Saulo, vai vistoriar a obra para entender as razões do seu atraso, o prédio desaba. Saulo, Marion e mais sete operários conseguem sobreviver nos escombros, presos e incomunicáveis no que restou das garagens subterrâneas.

Depois que o prédio cai, dois mundos se estabelecem. Debaixo da terra, diferenças, ressentimentos e suspeitas terão que ser superadas para que os sobreviventes lutem por suas vidas. E aqueles homens e aquela mulher, de diferentes idades e classes sociais, viram um só corpo, com uma só vontade: voltar a ver a luz do sol. Lá em cima, a guerra se instala. Na busca por culpados, cada qual só pensa em como livrar a própria pele. Gilda (Debora Bloch), diretora financeira da Baretti e parceira de Saulo no plano de economizar dinheiro para tornarem-se sócios da construtora, faz de tudo para livrar-se das consequências legais do desabamento. Vitor Baretti (Paulo Vilhena), o herdeiro bon vivant da construtora, se vê no olho de um furacão do qual fugiu a vida inteira.

Por outro lado, o major Marco Antônio (Fabrício Boliveira), do corpo de bombeiros, é um tipo disposto a dar sua própria vida para resgatar os soterrados. Serão 13 dias longe do sol, daí o título, para os soterrados.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Autor de “A Terra Prometida” fecha parceria com criador de “O Negócio”

Divulgação

Renato Modesto, de “A Terra Prometida”: dispensado com a novela ainda no ar

O autor Renato Modesto, ex-Record, fechou uma parceria com Luca Paiva Mello, que já teve passagem pela Mixer, e ambos se preparam para desenvolver projetos de série e minissérie para as TVs paga e aberta.

A dupla já possui três trabalhos na mira e um deles, em breve, receberá as primeiras atenções. Modesto e Paiva Mello estão muito empolgados e motivados. Promessa de que poderão surgir coisas interessantes, a partir daí, para movimentar o mercado de trabalho para roteiristas, atores e outros profissionais.

Como antecipado neste espaço, apesar do sucesso de “A Terra Prometida” – entre 14 e 16 pontos na Grande São Paulo, Modesto não teve seu contrato renovado pela Record. Incrível: foi dispensado ainda com a novela em exibição, quando já havia recebido a promessa que o contrato seria renovado. Enfim, vida que segue e ele se prepara agora para esse novo desafio.

Por sua vez, Paiva Mello, indicado ao Emmy Internacional por duas vezes, é um dos principais criadores da dramaturgia no Brasil e responsável por sucessos como “O Negócio” (HBO), “Julie e os Fantasmas” (Nickelodeon/Band), “Mothern” (GNT) e “A Vida de Rafinha Bastos”, entre outros. Essa parceria inclusive poderá ser acompanhada do anúncio de uma nova produtora em São Paulo.

 

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Melbourne City crowned Foxtel NYL Champions

Melbourne City have been crowned the Foxtel NYL Champions after defeating Sydney FC.

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Staff writer

 Melbourne City FC are the Foxtel National Youth League 2017 Champions after a thrilling 3-2 win over Sydney FC in the season decider at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford this afternoon.

A penalty from Braedyn Crowley with literally the last kick of the game decided the result to give Melbourne City FC their second Foxtel National Youth League title.

In an enthralling end to end encounter, Melbourne City FC dominated the opening 45 minutes but only had a one goal advantage to show for it at half time when Crowley timed his run to perfection to latch onto Daniel Arzani’s cross and beat Mitchell Evans in the Sky Blues goal in the 22nd minute. Melbourne City FC would be made to rue their missed opportunities as Sydney FC drew level when George Timotheou was credited for poking the ball home although City defender Ruon Tongyik appeared to turn a Cristian Gonzalez free kick into his own net. The goal seemed to energise the Sky Blues and when substitute Charles Lokolingoy curled a cracking shot into the top corner in the 68th minute Sydney FC were in front and dreaming of claiming back-to-back Foxtel National Youth League title. But the twists and turns continued as Melbourne City FC won a penalty for a handball with ten minutes to go, Arzani converting from the spot to set up a grandstand finish. Both sides continue to create and spurn quality chances as cramp started to settle in on a number of players feeling the effects of the warm Gosford afternoon. Then just as extra time beckoned, Sydney FC substitute Liam McGing was adjudged to have handballed in the penalty area from a corner and with the resultant spot kick Crowley made no mistake to etch Melbourne City FC’s name on the trophy.

FOXTEL National Youth League 2017 Grand Final Melbourne City FC 3 (Crowley 22’, 90+11’ (pen), Arzani 81’ (pen)) Sydney FC 2 (Timotheou 58’, Lokolingoy 68’) Saturday 28 January 2016 Central Coast Stadium, Gosford Referee: Stephen Laurie Melbourne City FC starting line-up: 40.Yaren SOZER (gk) (c), 34.Denis GENREAU, 35.Christian CAVALLO, 36.Dylan PIERIAS, 37.Braedyn CROWLEY, 38.Paulo RETRE (55.Austin WONG 78’), 39.Ali EYIGUN (44.Jordon HALL 66’), 41.Ruon TONGYIK, 43.Daniel ARZANI, 46.Connor METCALFE, 49.Yusuf AHMED (50.Gerrie SYLAIDOS 45+2’) Substitutes not used: 42.James DELIANOV (gk) Yellow cards: Pierias 74’ Red cards: Nil Sydney FC starting line-up: 1.Mitchell EVANS (gk), 2.Brendan CURTIS (13.Liam McGING 90+6’), 3.Patrick FLOTTMANN, 4.George TIMOTHEOU, 9.Bai ANTONIOU (8.Juan ZAPATA 59’), 11.Chris ARDITTI, 14.Cristian GONZALEZ, 16.William MUTCH, 17.Chris ZUVELA (c), 19.George BLACKWOOD (12.Charles LOKOLINGOY 59’), 21.Andrea AGAMEMNONOS Substitutes not used: 20.Tom HEWARD-BELLE (gk) Yellow cards: Curtis 28’, Gonzalez 74’, Agamemnonos 80’, McGing 90+10’ Red cards: Nil

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Adelaide United 2 x 2 Wellington Phoenix – Hyundai A-League 2016/2017

Adelaide United and Wellington Phoenix have been forced to settle for a point after playing out an entertaining 2-2 draw at Coopers Stadium on Sunday afternoon. In a match played in stifling conditions, Adelaide raced out of the blocks and took an early lead with youngster Riley McGree netting a powerful strike.

Wellington settled and hit back almost immediately with fullback Tom Doyle embarking on a superb solo run before thumping a fizzing effort past Eugene Galekovic. After a fast-paced opening, the tempo of the game slowed considerably with Adelaide enjoying large periods of dominance in the opening stanza without truly testing Glen Moss in the Phoenix goal.

And the hosts were made to pay for their wastefulness with Roy Krishna firing Wellington ahead just before the break with a well-taken goal after a lightning counter-attack. Adelaide continued to press after the break and should have restored parity with Sergio Cirio and Iacopo La Rocca spurning brilliant chances to equalise midway through the second half. But their pressure eventually told with substitute Nikola Mileusnic bundling the ball home from close range after Ben Garuccio’s free-kick ricocheted off the post.

Sergio Cirio had a chance to net the winner in the final minute but screwed his effort wide as both sides were forced to settle for a point.  Catch up with all the action at our match centre here

GOALS 1-0: Adelaide United: Riley McGree, 7’ Sergio Cirio surged into the box before finding Marc Marino on the edge of the area with the attacker teeing up McGree. The youngster thumped a powerful first-time effort which flew into the back of the net, with a slight deflection leaving Glen Moss with no chance. 1-1: Wellington Phoenix: Tom Doyle, 11’ Doyle surged forward down the left flank, showing great feet to beat a host of Reds defenders before firing a swerving left-footed effort which whistled off the post and into the back of the net. 1-2: Wellington Phoenix: Roy Krishna, 37’ Phoenix burst forward after winning the ball inside their own half with Roy Krishna played in behind the Reds defence by Kosta Barbarouses before calmly slotting past Eugene Galekovic. 2-2 Adelaide United: Nikola Mileusnic, 80’ Ben Garrucio’s free-kick was pushed onto the post by Glen Moss with the rebound falling kindly to Mileusnic who fired the ball home from close range.

KEY MOMENT

Wellington could have all but sealed the win on the stroke of half-time with Kosta Barbarouses failing to capitalise on a clear-cut opportunity. The Kiwi attacker was played through on goal and looked certain to score but failed to fire a shot on goal after unsuccessfully attempting to round Reds keeper Eugene Galekovic.

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6 uncapped bolters for the Caltex Socceroos

There are players in form in the Hyundai A-League who will be on Ange Postecoglou’s radar for March’s FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and UAE.

We’ve picked six players from the Hyundai A-League who have yet to win a Caltex Socceroos cap that might get the nod.

Andrew Nabbout (Newcastle Jets)

If you mentioned Nabbout as a possible Caltex Socceroos contender at the start of the season, it would’ve seemed a little fanciful.

He arrived back in the A-League from the Malaysian Super League with little fanfare, but now after a sensational run of form by the 24-year-old attacker he’s the name on everyone’s lips.

Has pace, power, great dribbling skill and an eye for goal. And Ange knows tat after giving him his Victory debut a few seasons back.

The forward’s career drifted somewhat since leaving Victory but he’s back in a big way.

Nabbout has scored the most goals (five) and had the most assists (three) for the Jets while he’s won a swag of man-of-the-match awards too.

Brandon O’Neill (Sydney FC)

Don’t let the cheeky smile and perfect hair fool you. The 22-year-old has been an unsung hero in the Sky Blues’ unbeaten season so far, earning a nomination for the NAB Young Footballer of the Year Award for October.

Has a great engine, can play a killer pass and is a real team man. Would not look out of place among the Caltex Socceroos’ star-studded midfield.

O'NeillDanny Vukovic (Sydney FC)

“Vuka” has been part of the Hyundai A-League right from the start and it’s hard to remember him playing better than he is right now at the Sky Blues. He’s a regular in goal and has come up with a number huge saves this season, a major reason why Sydney has kept 10 clean sheets in 16 games. At 31, he brings loads of experience, a winning culture and exudes confidence.

Ben Garuccio (Adelaide United)

Left-back was supposed to be a problem area for Ange but with the likes of Garuccio (as well as Sydney FC’s 10-capped Socceroo Michael Zullo), the Hyundai A-League is throwing up some genuine options. Garuccio, 21, has been the Reds’ most consistent player in the 2016/17 Season with his gut-busting surges forward and excellent crossing a real feature of his game.

Rhyan Grant (Sydney FC)

No surprise Grant’s name has been thrown around for a possible call-up given his career-best form with the Sky Blues.

The 25-year-old right-back has been given a licence to get forward at every opportunity by coach Graham Arnold and his ability and fitness to get up and back for 90 minutes makes him perfect for Ange’s Socceroos.

Grant has four assists in the 2016/17 Season, the most for any defender in the Hyundai A-League. And he has incredible engines.

Grant, BorrelloBrandon Borrello (Brisbane Roar)

It’s taken a little while for the 21-year-old to get going this season but Borrello has started to catch fire in recent weeks.

Like Nabbout, offers real pace and energy out wide, while his ruthless style could be useful in the cut-throat qualifiers to come against Iraq and UAE. If there are injuries to the likes of Kruse, Leckie and Burns, could be considered.

 

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Brisbane Roar FC 2 x 1 Western Sydney Wanderers FC-Hyundai A-League 2016/2017

Brett Holman sensationally returned from injury to snatch a last-gasp 2-1 win for Brisbane Roar over a 10-man Western Sydney Wanderers at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night. The former Caltex Socceroos star came off the bench and delighted Roar fans as his powerful stoppage-time strike burst through the hands of Wanderers goalkeeper Vedran Janjetovic. Wanderers had looked to set to claim their second straight draw in Brisbane after Jamie Maclaren failed to capitalise on a pair of clear second-half chances. Brandon Borrello earlier opened the scoring for Brisbane, turning in his second goal of the season after Jack Clisby’s attempted clearance ricocheted kindly into the winger’s path. Jumpei Kusukami quickly responded for Western Sydney, clinically dispatching Mitch Nichols’ smart pass to make it 1-1 after half an hour. Scott Neville was shown a second yellow with 10 minutes remaining but Tony Popovic’s side resisted the onslaught until Holman’s intervention, which gives Brisbane a timely boost ahead their AFC Champions League qualifier against Philippines side Global FC on Tuesday night. Roar Wanderers.

GOALS 1-0 Roar: Brandon Borrello, 22’ Jack Clisby’s poor clearance from a ball across the face ricocheted off Jamie Maclaren and fell kindly for Borrello to fire home at point-blank range. 1-1 Wanderers: Jumpei Kusukami, 32’ Mitch Nichols found space on the right and cleverly cut the ball back for Jumpei, who speared his finish low and hard into the bottom far corner. 2-1 Roar: Brett Holman, 90’+3 Holman showed no signs of injury trouble in bursting on to an Arana backheel and unleashing a thunderous effort which broke through the hands off Vedran Janjetovic. https://twitter.com/FOXFOOTBALL/status/825294722214223872

RED CARD

Already on a yellow for tugging Thomas Broich’s shirt early in the match, Wanderers fullback Scott Neville was dismissed for gaining nothing of the ball in going through the back of Jack Hingert.

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Central Coast Mariners 2 x 0 Perth Glory – Hyundai A-League 2016/2017

A second-half blitz has helped Central Coast Mariners to an impressive 2-0 win over Perth Glory in Gosford on Saturday afternoon.

The Mariners rode their luck in the first stanza before quick-fire goals to Josh Bingham and Fabio Ferreira handed Paul Okon’s side just their third win of the season.

Central Coast started the brighter and looked threatening in the early stages but failed to truly test Liam Reddy in the Glory goal.

Perth settled into the contest and should have taken the lead into the half-time interval with Diego Castro, Adam Taggart and Andy Keogh all wasting clear-cut chances in the opening period.

The Mariners raced out of the blocks at the start of the second stanza and blew a golden opportunity to open the scoring with Trent Buhagiar smacking the post from close range with only Reddy to beat.

But their pressure told less than 60 seconds later with Josh Bingham firing home a loose ball after a mistake from Glory midfielder Milan Smiljanic.

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And they doubled their advantage just five minutes later with Fabio Ferreira firing home from the penalty spot after Glory fullback Josh Risdon was adjudged to have handled the ball inside the box.

Glory star Diego Castro had a glorious chance saved with just over 10 minutes remaining before a red card to keeper Liam Reddy ended any chance of a comeback in the latter stages.

 

GOALS

1-0: Central Coast Mariners: Josh Bingham, 47’

Mariners skipper Nick Montgomery was dispossessed inside the box with the ball falling to Bingham who buried the ball home from close range. The referee’s assistant initially flagged for offside but the goal was correctly awarded after Glory’s Milan Smiljanic was adjudged to have steered the ball into Bingham’s path.

2-0 Central Coast Mariners: Fabio Ferreira, 52’

The Mariners were awarded a spot kick after Glory’s Josh Risdon handled the ball inside the area and Ferreira made no mistake from 12 yards, dinking a cheeky ‘panenka’ past the helpless Liam Reddy.

KEY MOMENT

Adam Taggart will be wondering how he didn’t put the Glory ahead in the 40th minute after absolutely butchering a certain goal. Perth burst forward on the counter attack and Diego Castro fired a brilliant ball across the face for Taggart but the striker inexplicably missed the ball completely with the goal at his mercy from six yards.

RED CARD

Glory keeper Liam Reddy was shown a straight red card after being caught with the ball outside of the area before cutting down Trent Buhagiar with the goal at his mercy.  Re-live the match action on Twitter @ALeague, @CCMariners, @PerthGloryFC, #CCMvPER

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