‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Deleted Scene Features Tom Hardy, Prince Harry & Prince William As Storm Troopers
Since Star Wars: The Last Jedi was released there has been this buzz that Tom Hardy, Prince Harry and Prince William made cameos as Storm Troopers. Well, the rumors are true — at least we think — based on the deleted scene above which will be included on the DVD which will be released in April.
The scene has Finn (John Boyega), Rose (Kelly Marie Tran) and DJ (Benicio Del Toro) disguised as officers on the First Order base. They are on a mission to disable the tracking… Read
‘The Assassination Of Gianni Versace’ Season Finale: What Does Designer’s Murder Mean 20 Years Later?
SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details about tonight's season finale of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, "Alone" on FX.
Tonight we returned to the July 15, 1997 crime scene where serial killer Andrew Cunanan guns down famed Italian designer Gianni Versace on the steps of his Miami Beach mansion, and a manhunt pursues. Having once been tested with an I.Q of 147, Cunanan was brilliant and he was able to dodge the Feds and change his appearance… Read
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Offers Apology On CNN For Data Leak: “This Was A Major Breach Of Trust”
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg offered an explicit apology on CNN for the misuse of personal data belonging to millions of users of the social network and talked about the steps the company will take to safeguard users’ privacy. (See the full video below.)
“This was a major breach of trust, and I'm really sorry that this happened,” he told Laurie Seiegel in an interview that aired during 360 with Anderson Cooper. “We have a basic responsibility to protect people's… Read
‘Most Likely To’: Donald Faison & Laya DeLeon Hayes Cast In ABC Comedy Pilot
Scrubs alum Donald Faison and Laya DeLeon Hayes (Doc McStuffins) are set to co-star opposite Yvette Nicole Brown and Lesli Margherita in ABC comedy pilot Most Likely To, from Diablo Cody, Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. TV.
Written by Cody and directed by Pam Fryman, Most Likely To centers on Liz Cooney (Margherita) and Markie McQueen (Brown). In high school, Liz had everything and Markie had nothing. Twenty years later, they're reunited under the same roof as… Read
‘Magnum P.I.’ Casts Stephen Hill; ‘Dead Inside’ Adds Myles Bullock
Stephen Hill (Law & Order: SVU) is set as a series regular opposite Jay Hernandez and Perdita Weeks in CBS' Magnum P.I. pilot from Peter Lenkov, Davis Entertainment, CBS TV Studios and Universal TV Studios. Co-written by Lenkov and fellow Hawaii Five-0 executive producer/co-showrunner Eric Guggenheim and directed by Justin Lin, the reboot of the classic 1980s Tom Selleck series will feature the same central quartet of characters as the original, but instead of four guys… Read
On Eve Of AT&T-DOJ Trial, Media Business Weighs The Stakes
After one more delay (as a snowstorm pushed back opening arguments), Thursday’s unofficial kickoff to the United States v. AT&T in federal court in Washington means the heavy cloud of uncertainty shrouding the media business gets closer to dissipating.
The legal fight over the AT&T-Time Warner merger hasn’t brought deal flow to a halt, as many initially predicted, but it has ushered in a period of profound disorientation for everyone from creative talent to the executive… Read
‘60 Minutes’ Flashes Silent Stormy Daniels In 10-Second Tease Of Sunday Sit Down
Talk about a tease!
Not Stormy Daniels. 60 Minutes!
CBS’ Sunday newsmag sent out a 10-second clip of the porn star by way of teasing Sunday’s interview with Anderson Cooper about her claims of having had a consensual relationship with Donald Trump back when he was a goofy reality TV star.
Yes, the ad before the clip is longer than the clip.
And, if you thought you’d get to hear Daniels say anything in those 10 seconds – wrong!
Instead viewers get a full five seconds of… Read
Melina Kanakaredes To Co-Write & Produce Film Based On Life Of ‘On Death & Dying’ Author Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
Melina Kanakaredes (The Resident) has teamed with Das Films for an indie feature on the life of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, inspired by Kübler-Ross’ book The Wheel of Life: A Memoir Of Living and Dying.
Kanakaredes will co-write the project, with Immortals scribes Vlas and Charley Parlapanides, and will produce via her Melpa Productions shingle. Kanakaredes acquired the rights to the 1997 book The Wheel of Life, as well as Kübler-Ross’ life rights. The project has the support… Read
Kyra Sedgwick, Jeffrey Donovan Join Dark Comedy Film ‘Villains’
EXCLUSIVE: Emmy winner Kyra Sedgwick and Burn Notice alum Jeffrey Donovan have signed on for the darkly comedic thriller Villains, from Dan Berk and Robert Olsen. The pic stars Bill Skarsgård and Maika Monroe as a pair of amateur criminals who, after breaking into a suburban home, stumble upon a dark secret and two sadistic homeowners who will do anything to keep it from getting out.
Berk and Olsen wrote the screenplay which made the 2016 Black List. Tim and Trevor White… Read
Rosario Dawson, Rubén Blades Contribute To Comics Anthology ‘Ricanstruction’ Benefiting Puerto Rico Relief Efforts
Graphic novelist Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez has announced that his original superhero La Borinqueña, will team up with comic book characters from DC Comics in Ricanstruction: Reminiscing & Rebuilding Puerto Rico a comics anthology created to benefit ongoing relief efforts in Puerto Rico. The story will contain stories from Puerto Rican and Latinx celebrities including Rosario Dawson (Luke Cage), Rubén Blades (Fear the Walking Dead), Javier Muñoz (Hamilton), Sonia Manzano… Read
Liza Chasin Starts 3dot Prods., Inks First-Look TV Deal With Anonymous Content
Five months after Liza Chasin exited as Working Title Films’ President of US Production to segue to producing, she has launched 3dot productions and has signed a first-look television production deal with Anonymous Content.
Under the pact, she will focus on developing and producing scripted programming for TV networks and streaming platforms. Additionally, Chasin will continue to develop and produce existing and new film projects.
"We could not be happier to be partnering… Read
‘Unsane’ Review: Claire Foy Is Superb In Steven Soderbergh’s Frightening And Timely Stalker Thriller
Steven Soderbergh, who supposedly “retired” from filmmaking a few years ago, turns out to have done nothing of the sort. He simply is changing things up, and that includes shooting his latest movie, Unsane, on a schedule of less than two weeks using an iPhone. But those who might fear for the quality of this Oscar-winning filmmaker responsible for the likes of Traffic, Erin Brockovich, the Ocean’s trilogy, sex, lies and videotape and so on should rest comfortably: As I… Read