Filling in sports' dull, incomprehensible cracks with a solid wall of adrenaline, "Onion SportsDome" is the most-watched news, sports or current affairs programming in the United States. The show remains "the" program for sports news, analysis, scores, highlights, rumor-mongering and petty personal attacks. With its total access and pulse-pounding coverage, it has become nearly impossible to be a sports fan without being a fan of the "Dome." Co-hosts Mark Shepard and Alex Reiser bring the most over-hyped sports coverage on television.
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Onion SportsDome - Charlie Plummer - Netflix
Charlie Faulkner Plummer (born May 24, 1999) is an American actor. Plummer began his career as a child actor in short films before appearing on the television dramas Boardwalk Empire and Granite Flats. He made his feature film debut in David Chase's drama Not Fade Away (2012) before landing the lead role in Felix Thompson's directorial debut King Jack (2015). In 2017, he gained wider recognition for his supporting role in Ridley Scott's crime thriller All the Money in the World (2017), and his lead role in Andrew Haigh's drama Lean on Pete (2017). His performance in the latter garnered critical praise and earned him the Marcello Mastroianni Award for best emerging actor at the 74th Venice Film Festival.
Onion SportsDome - Career - Netflix
As a child, Plummer acted in short films such as Frank (2010), Three Things (2011), and Alan Smithee (2012). In 2011, Plummer starred in eight episodes of HBO's television period drama Boardwalk Empire. He portrayed Eli Thompson's son Michael in season 2, 3 and 4. In 2012, Plummer made his feature film debut by playing a supporting role in David Chase's drama Not Fade Away (2012) along with John Magaro and Bella Heathcote. The film was released on December 21, 2012, by Paramount Vantage and received positive reviews. In 2013, Plummer joined the BYUtv's drama series Granite Flats, in which he played the lead role of Timmy Sanders along with Malia Tyler. He starred in all 24 episodes of three seasons, which premiered on Netflix and officially ended on June 25, 2015. In 2015, he played the lead role of Jack in Felix Thompson's directorial debut King Jack (2015) along with Cory Nichols and Christian Madsen. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 17, 2015. Later in June, Plummer along with Tom Holland were rumored to be Marvel and Sony's top picks amongst actors in contention to play the lead role of Spider-Man in the reboot film Spider-Man: Homecoming; the role eventually went to Holland. In 2017, Plummer co-starred in Oren Moverman's drama thriller film The Dinner (2017), alongside Richard Gere, Steve Coogan, and Laura Linney. The film was released on May 5, 2017 and received mixed reviews. He played the kidnapped heir John Paul Getty III in Ridley Scott's crime thriller All the Money in the World (2017), alongside Michelle Williams, Christopher Plummer (no relation), and Mark Wahlberg. The film was released on December 25, 2017 and received positive reviews. The same year, Plummer portrayed the troubled teenager Charley who finds solace and purpose in his friendship with the titular racehorse in Andrew Haigh's drama Lean on Pete (2017). The actor felt a deep desire to play the role after connecting strongly with the story, which spurred him to send a letter to Haigh, expressing his passion for the project. The film premiered at the Venice International Film Festival where his performance received critical acclaim; he was awarded the Marcello Mastroianni Award for best emerging actor. Richard Lawson from Vanity Fair wrote “Plummer’s is one of the most striking breakthrough performances of the year” and Brian Tallerico from RogerEbert.com wrote that Plummer “played [Charley] with heartfelt, poignant perfection”. The film was released on April 6, 2018 by A24.
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