Det. Ambrose is Suspicious 

  In Season 3 of The Sinner, Det. Ambrose (Bill Pullman) finds himself suspicious about aspects
of the car accident he is investigating.
  Jamie Burns (Matt Bomer), who was involved in the accident, has asked for Ambrose's help.  Burns is a very convincing witness. 
  But with no hard evidence, along with a set of clues, including an open bottle of alcohol, that contradict the forensic findings at the accident scene,  Ambrose becomes increasingly skeptical and suspicious.
  He also sees a different psychological framework at play than he has seen or experienced before.
   Season 3 of  The Sinner continues shooting on location in New York state.
                                                    --- Mary Cochrane-McIvor

October 24, 2019

October 23, 2019  A longer trailer with lots of Bill Pullman clips, and music, for
'THE COLDEST GAME' can be seen here:
        https://www.facebook.com/ukrytagra/videos   /650951512100603/

October 17, 2019  NEW TRAILER  'SINNER 3'

September 23, 2019 TRAILER  for Dark Waters
Watch it here:

September 20, 2019  Promo TRAILER SINNER 3
Watch it here:

August 30, 2019  Dark Waters (formerly titled 'Dry Run') with Bill Pullman will be released on November 22, 2019 in the USA.
August 1, 2019  THE SINNER Season 2  is available to stream on  Netflix   now.
July 26,2019 Bill Pullman plays a DJ in "Covers", a musical comedy, which is currently filming.

July 16, 2019  CONGRATULATIONS  to Saturn Award Nominees  Bill Pullman for Best Lead Actor in Action-Thriller TV series: 'The Sinner' & Lewis Pullman for Best Supporting Actor in a Film  for "Bad Times at the El Royale".
https://www.slashfilm.com/2019-saturn-awards-nominations /


'The Sinner' SEASON 3 was filming in Hartsdale, New York. The scene being shot was Det. Ambrose greeting his family getting off a train.


Bill Pullman as Det. Harry Ambrose in 'The Sinner' Season 3.

Dark Waters  with Bill Pullman opens November 22 (USA)
TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvQUIt0BWcU



New Trailer:



Promo Trailer:


'The Coldest Game':

Bill Pullman stars as chess master Joshua Mansky in this spy thriller set during the Cuban Missle crisis and an international chess tournament.

TRAILER with Music:
https://www.facebook.com/ukrytagra/videos/65095151210060 3/
1st TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wk3uHBJIK7c&feature=youtu.be

Bill Pullman as Josh Mansky

July 4, 2019  HAPPY 4th of JULY!!
June 19, 2019  Watch the People.com Interview  with Bill Pullman: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/bill-pullman-thinks-son-top-211915091.html
June 17, 2019  On Thursday, June 20  Bill Pullman will be a guest on THE TALK on CBS. Check your local listings for time and channel.
June 13, 2019  Bill Pullman is back home in the US. Watch this INTERVIEW about 'The Sinner', Season 3 and Pullman's time onstage in London:
June 8, 2019  'ALL MY SONS'  starring
Bill Pullman has its final two performances at the Old Vic, London, June 8 at  2pm and 7:30 pm.
June 6,  2019 Bill Pullman  will be a guest on 'Live with Kelly and Ryan' on Friday, June 14. Pullman will be talking about 'The Sinner' Season 3 !!!
May 2019 Interview: Bill Pullman. The Stage.co  Kaleem Aftab. Comprehensive interview covering Pullman's stage career & time in London as a student.
April 23, 2019 ALL MY SONS  PRESS NIGHT PERFORMANCE TODAY.  REVIEW links on 'All My Sons' page
April 14, 2019 Bill Pullman Interview: the Independence Day president on doing Arthur Miller in London  The London Times. Jonathan Dean. READ the interview here.
April 13, 2019  ALL MY SONS   1st Preview Performance
March 27, 2019   Rehearsal pictures for "ALL MY SONS" at the Old Vic, London.                         https://britishtheatre.com/first-look-all-my-sons-rehearsals-old-vic/
March 6, 2019 'THE SINNER' Renewed:Season 3   https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/sinner-renewed-season-3-matt-bomer-set-star-1192538
March 3, 2019  Rehearsals for "ALL MY SONS"  begin this week at the Old Vic, London.  Bill Pullman stars as Joe Keller.

  'The Coldest Game'  premiered at the 44th Polish Film Festival in Gydnia.
Directed by Łukasz Kośmicki,the film is a spy-thriller set in the 1960s and made in the English language with an international cast (including Bill Pullman and Lotte Verbeek)
  'The Coldest Game' won the Special Jury Prize and the Best Editing Award (Robert Gryka, Wolfgang Weigl and Krzysztof Arszennik). (Cineuropa)
  The fiilm was shot entirely  on location in Warsaw.
   Disgraced former chess champion Joshua Mansky (Bill Pullman) is recruited by a CIA agent and flown to Warsaw for an intelligence mission under the disguise
of an international chess tournament.

February 27, 2019 Bill Pullman will be on his way to London to make his stage debut there in the Old Vic production of "All My Sons".  Rehearsals start next week. For more on "All My Sons" , visit:  https://www.oldvictheatre.com/whats-on/2019/all-my-sons

Seasons 1 & 2  on Netflix  now

Bill Pullman's London debut
                April 13 to June 8, 2019  OLD VIC,  London

To learn more about the production and the Old Vic visit:
ALL MY SONS  page -  website

February 5, 2019  Bill Pullman will be the host for "Epic Yellowstone" premiering on the Smithsonian channel on March 10.
See the article linked for more information: https://www.broadwayworld.com/…/The-Smithsonian-Channel-and…

January 25, 2019  The SAG Awards will be presented Sunday, January 27. Bill Pullman is nominated for Outstanding Male Actor in a Limited Series or Television Movie  for 'The Sinner'. Check the article linked for where to watch & the list of all nominations. https://www.tvguide.com/news/sag-awards-2019-how-to-watch/

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Bill Pullman – 'All My Sons'  Review quotes

“With Pullman, it would be impossible not to see the fault lines in Joe Keller's successful, affable façade from the get-go. There's an innate interiority to this actor's style, recently seen to excellent effect onscreen in The Sinner, the suggestion in otherwise decent characters of secrets you really don’t want to know; perhaps surprisingly, the minimalism works equally well onstage.”

“All the while, Pullman's Joe has squirmed marvelously this way and that — lying, excusing, justifying, never apologizing.”
                                                                                          ---The Hollywood Reporter
                                                                                                 Demetrios Matheou

“Pullman, playing the beneficent alpha male in the first act unravels spectacularly in the second. It’s easy to see Joe as callous and catastrophically selfish but Pullman’s fevered explanation of his actions – 'It’s dollars and cents, nickels and dimes' – brings out the vulnerability and desperation too.”
“Bill Pullman and Sally Field grab the audience by the jugular in this brilliant Arthur Miller revival”
“these two immensely empathetic actors [Pullman and Field] bring us in almost unbearably close to their pain.”
“ . . . it is nonetheless Field and Pullman, bringing the wisdom of age to the characters with the deepest flaws, who deliver the tragedy.”
                                                                                                ---The Telegraph   Serena Davis

“But Pullman and Field are good enough actors to hold us riveted regardless. Both performances are masterclasses in moral ambivalence.”
                                                                                                   –--Time Out London
                                                                                                           Andrzej Lukowski

“Pullman. . . is excellent at conveying the character’s strenuous self-justification.”
                                                                                                   –--The Guardian
                                                                                                            Michael Billington

“Pullman is always good to watch as the self-made businessman father who’s dodged jail for manufacturing faulty aeroplanes.
The actor is best known for playing the President in the Independence Day films and here he’s an impressive bundle of tics – rolling a shoulder, adjusting his pants and muttering (sometimes inaudibly) to keep his guilt at bay.”
                                                                                                         ---The Daily Mail
                                                                                                                Patrick Marmion

“Stunning performances from Sally Field and Bill Pullman electrify a revival of Arthur Miller’s indictment of the American dream.”
                                                                                                         --The Stage
                                                                                                               Tim Bano
“David Suchet has set the benchmark for most of the major roles in Miller's plays, but somehow even that great actor's portrayal of Joe in Howard Davies' celebrated production of this work almost a decade ago pales in comparison with Pullman's. The disintegration of the character this time around seems all the more harrowing because Pullman still has about him the air of the square-jawed, all-American hero he portrayed in films such as Independence Day.”
                                                                                                               ---The New European
                                                                                                                       Tim Walker

“Pullman, soft-spoken and affable, is subtly expert in the role: his Joe is a man who has convinced himself he did nothing wrong, yet there’s a tightness beneath all his easy camaraderie. As he tries, desperately, to explain his actions to his horrified son, we see a man trapped by his own duplicity . . .A little underpowered at the outset, it’s a staging that gathers in force to a tremendous climax . .”
                                                                                                                       –-The Financial Times
                                                                                                                              Sarah Hemming

The Old Vic’s production of Arthur Miller’s first stage success All My Sons (1947) is so startlingly good as to invite comparison with the award-winning West End revival of 2010 with Zoe Wanamaker and the great David Suchet.
The stars this time are screen legends Bill Pullman and Sally Field. They present, in shattering style, the torments of a couple in denial .  .  ."
                                                                                                                        ---The Oxford Times
                                                                                                                                David Gray

Bill Pullman at the Old Vic after a performance of 'All My Sons' Photos: Kanlayanee Prae-arpon

Bill & Tamara Pullman at the 'ALL MY SONS'
opening night after party

REVIEWS:  full text links, visit "ALL MY SONS" page here .

 Recent Video Interviews

Bill Pullman A Presenter at the OLIVIER AWARDS

THE TALK, CBS  Thursday, June 20  Bill Pullman 
Watch the FULL EPISODE  here:

People.com Video Interview with Bill Pullman

Video Interview with Bill Pullman

On Friday, June 14, Bill Pullman  was a guest on 'Live with Kelly and Ryan'.   Clips here:  https://kellyandryan.com/videos/
April 7, 2019
   Bill Pullman was a Presenter at the Olivier Awards in London. The awards celebrate London theatre, and are Britain's most prestigious stage honours. The ceremony is held at the Royal Albert Hall.
   In London to rehearse for "All My Sons" at the Old Vic (April 13 to June 08), Pullman presented the Award for Best Actor to Kyle Soller for "The Inheritance" along with  his co-star Sally Field.

Sally Field, Ryan Soller, Bill Pullman

THE SINNER Season 3  Announced

Details, so far, here:  https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/sinner-renewed-season-3-matt-bomer-set-star-1192538
Comprehensive article:

INTERVIEW : Bill Pullman talks about filming  'THE COLDEST GAME'
h ttp://variety.com/2018/film/news/bill-pullman-spy-thriller-the-coldest-game-subbing-for-william-hurt-1202730212/

'THE COLDEST GAME'  starring Bill Pullman will be released in 2019.  Pullman plays a chess master in the thriller, filmed on location in Warsaw, Poland.  (Photo, right: Bill Pullman in 'The Coldest Game'.)   Visit our Film page HERE

Bill Pullman, left above, performing with Montana Shakespeare in the Parks.

Bill Pullman Began his Acting Career in Montana
As keynote speaker at the Governers' Humanities Awards in Montana, Bill Pullman had this to say:
    Pullman told MTN his heart remains in Montana, where he was a professional actor before Los Angeles or New York. He came to Montana decades ago to work with Shakespeare in the Parks.
  “There’s people that have dedicated their lives to the higher pursuits, and it’s great that Montana has a great crop of them,” said Pullman.
“There’s a particular sense of humility and a certain kind of sense of wanting to engage with what change is going on here, and seeing ourselves as a certain kind of culture on this part of the Rocky Mountains,” he added.
Pullman said he is excited to see a new generation invested in the humanities. He is currently working on a series with a young group of filmmakers in Bozeman.


THE SINNER   Trailers, Photos, Cast Interviews,Episodes

Bill Pullman gives an exclusive INTERVIEW about "The Sinner", filming "The
Coldest Game" in Warsaw and his recent theater adventures. Read it HERE

Visit PULLMAN & SHAKESPEARE IN MONTANA to learn about Pullman's time as an Actor & Director with Shakespeare in the Parks in Montana.

Lewis Pullman & Bill Pullman: Premiere of "Bad Times at the El Royale"

VIDEO of Red Carpet Arrivals

"Bad Times at the El Royale" premiered in Los Angeles on September 22.   Opens October 12
Lewis Pullman is one of the stars of the film.  Lewis and his father,  Bill Pullman, attended the premiere. (See Video above).

Official Website with TRAILER:

Lewis Pullman and Bill Pullman

Beth Henley's 'THE JACKSONIAN' was performed as a table read at Circle in the Square Theater on July 19, 2018.   Bill Pullman reprised his role as Fred Weber and Juliet Brett returned as Rosie Perch. Both were members of the original New York cast.
Photo (above) : Wilma Aponte

   Bill Pullman Steps In for William Hurt in  thriller 'THE COLDEST  GAME'

Just a short time after beginning to shoot "The Coldest Game", William Hurt broke his leg. "Luckily for Hurt, a similarly prolific actor also by the name of William was ready and willing to step into the role: Bill Pullman." --NY Daily News

Director Lukasz Kosmicki  says "(Pullman) is a versatile actor with an impressive resume, who has already brilliantly brought to life the character of Joshua Mansky."

Bill Pullman and Lotte Verbeek star in "The Coldest Game".  The thriller takes place as the Cuban Missle Crisis is unfolding.  Pullman plays Josh Mansky, a forgotten U.S. chess genius, playing the Russian champion in a chess match that takes on global signifigance with the world on the brink of nuclear annihilation. 

"The Coldest Game" was shot in Warsaw, Poland.

Bill Pullman Talks about Working with ARMADA to Fight Antibiotic Resistance

Bill Pullman, Hollywood Actor, ARMADA Spokesperson and Advisory Board Member urges the public to join ARMADA in the battle against antibiotic resistance. Learn more at: https://joinarmada.org/

Bill Pullman as Josh Mansky

Director Lukasz Kosmicki, Bill Pullman

Bill Pullman in Warsaw

Bill Pullman shot "The Coldest Game" in Warsaw, Poland.
For more about his time in Warsaw.   CLICK HERE