Month: January 2018

He will receive the award for motion picture showman of the year. Andy Serkis, who recently played Caesar in War for the Planet of the Apes and Supreme Leader Snoke in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, will receive the Motion Picture Showman of the Year Award at the 55th annual International Cinematographers Guild’s Publicists Awards at the Beverly Hilton
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As previously announced, the final season will revolve around Robin Wright after star and exec producer Kevin Spacey was fired. Netflix is bulking up the final season cast of House of Cards following Kevin Spacey’s firing. Oscar nominees Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear have joined the cast of the streaming giant’s first original series. Following
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Reports suggest Fox is looking to pay significantly more than the $450 million currents rights holders CBS and NBC are paying. Fox Broadcasting is inching closer to securing rights to the NFL’s Thursday Night Football package of games.  The Wall Street Journal published a report on Tuesday night that said Fox was nearing a deal
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Star Jeffrey Donovan shared the news Tuesday. Hulu continues to clean house. The streamer has canceled Jeffrey Donovan and KaDee Strickland drama Shut Eye after two seasons. The news, announced Tuesday in a tweet by Donovan, comes nearly two months after the sophomore season launched. Hulu has confirmed the cancellation. Produced by Sony Pictures Television Studios,
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THR’s Scott Feinberg will moderate the Feb. 6 sit-down with Paul Thomas Anderson, Guillermo del Toro, Greta Gerwig, Christopher Nolan and Jordan Peele. The five filmmakers who were nominated earlier this month for the best director Oscar — Phantom Thread‘s Paul Thomas Anderson, The Shape of Water‘s Guillermo del Toro, Lady Bird‘s Greta Gerwig, Dunkirk‘s
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The company, which AT&T is looking to acquire for $85.4 billion, posts improved quarterly earnings. Time Warner, the entertainment conglomerate that telecom giant AT&T is looking to acquire for $85.4 billion, on Thursday reported higher fourth-quarter earnings and touted some full-year records for key divisions. Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes lauded Warner Bros. for having
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Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures DISTRIBUTOR Fox Searchlight RELEASE DATE Dec. 7 BUDGET $19.4M BOX OFFICE TO DATE $39.3M 13 NOMINATIONS Picture, lead actress Sally Hawkins, supporting actress Octavia Spencer, supporting actor Richard Jenkins, directing, original screenplay, cinematography, score and five other crafts STRENGTHS Sure, it’s a genre movie of sorts, and genre movies usually
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Fellow NBCUniversal-owned cable network Oxygen has also greenlighted a companion unscripted series exploring the real-life crimes of “Dirty” John Meehan. Bravo is going deep into the true crime space. The NBCUniversal-owned cable network is near a deal for a two-season, straight-to-series order for a scripted drama anthology based on the Los Angeles Times’ investigative feature and
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In March 1993, a then 31-year-old costume designer leveled accusations against then 16-year-old Fred Savage and 20-year-old Jason Hervey. The Wonder Years is one of the most well-known and beloved sitcoms in TV history and now one of the show’s stars says it was derailed due to a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Fred Savage, Jason
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Elsewhere, Christian Bale’s ‘Hostiles’ rides into the top five after expanding nationwide, while overseas, ‘Maze Runner’ wows with $62.6 million. Maze Runner: The Death Cure sprinted to the top of box office in its domestic debut over the weekend, unseating Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle with $23.5 million from 3,787 theaters. The final installment in
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The four-part series will move the setting of Lucy Kirkwood’s Olivier-winning stage play to the 2016 U.S. Presidential election. William Oldroyd, the British director of 2017 indie hit Lady Macbeth, is to helm a four-part adaptation of Lucy Kirkwood’s acclaimed stage play Chimerica for U.K. network Channel 4. Chimerica, which won the Olivier Award for
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‘Next For Men’ is for men who are sweating because ‘they’re next.’ In a commercial spoof, Saturday Night Live touched on the current onslaught of sexual misconduct allegations coming out against men across Hollywood, Washington and beyond by advertising “Next For Men,” a deodorant “for men feeling the heat…because their time is coming up.” “The
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