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        'Lion King' Ready to Repeat as Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time...' Debuts

        'Lion King' Ready to Repeat as Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time...' Debuts
        Last weekend turned up the heat on the 2019 summer box office, which, despite some disappointing performances, currently stands as the fourth highest grossing summer movie season of all-time at the domestic box office and this weekend looks to keep the ball rolling. Disney's The Lion King is ready to repeat atop the weekend box office following last weekend's record debut, while Sony's release of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood looks to deliver some R-rated counter-programming for those interested in a little something that falls a bit outside the summer blockbuster corridor. The Lion King delivered a monster debut last weekend and has already topped $260 million domestically after six days in release. A look at the second weekend for 2017's Beauty and the Beast shows that film dipping just -48% in its second weekend after a $174.7 million debut. The Lion King not only outperformed Beauty over its opening weekend,
        See full article at Box Office Mojo »

        NBC’s ‘Will & Grace’ Reboot to End With Upcoming 2020 Season

        NBC’s ‘Will & Grace’ Reboot to End With Upcoming 2020 Season
        Will & Grace” executive producers Max Mutchnick, David Kohan and James Burrows, in conjunction with the cast, have decided to end the “Will & Grace” reboot on NBC with the 2020 season, its third season that follows an original eight-season run.

        “We think of the ‘Will & Grace’ reboot episodes the way Karen Walker thinks of martinis – 51 is not enough, 53 is too many,” they said in a joint statement. “That is why, after consulting with the cast, we all have decided this will be the final season of ‘Will & Grace.’”

        The comedy, starring Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullaly,
        See full article at Variety - TV News »

        Arachnomania: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Traveling Past $1B Worldwide Box Office Today

        • Deadline
        Arachnomania: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Traveling Past $1B Worldwide Box Office Today
        Exclusive: Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home will swing past the $1B mark at the global box office today. The Jon Watts-directed sequel is now the only Spider-Man movie to hit the coveted milestone. As we reported Sunday, it had already become the biggest of the franchise worldwide.

        The estimated cume through Thursday is $1.005B worldwide with $333M from domestic and $672M at the international box office.

        The Jon Watts-directed sequel that picks up after the events of Avengers: Endgame, is Sony’s second-highest global grosser of all time, coming in ahead of Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle ($963M) and just below Skyfall ($1.109B), which it may very well pass.

        Well-reviewed, sporting an Endgame halo and swinging in after a series of underperformers when it bowed in early July, Ffh’s top offshore market is China where it crossed $200M last weekend. The cume there is now $204M.
        See full article at Deadline »

        Jennifer Lopez to Star in, Produce Drug Lord Drama ‘The Godmother’ for STX

        • Variety
        Jennifer Lopez to Star in, Produce Drug Lord Drama ‘The Godmother’ for STX
        Jennifer Lopez will produce and star in the drug lord drama “The Godmother” for STXfilms.

        Lopez is also considering “The Godmother” for her directorial debut, according to a source close to the project.

        Lopez will portray Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco, also known as “The Godmother.” The story follows the life of Blanco, who outsmarted and outhustled the men around her to rise from an impoverished childhood in Colombia to become one of the world’s biggest drug lords. She was reportedly was worth more than $2 billion, and was a key figurehead in Miami’s Cocaine Cowboy Wars. Blanco was murdered in Colombia in 2012.

        Lopez will produce along with Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas and Benny Medina, as well as Julie Yorn. The screenplay has been written by Regina Corrado (“Deadwood: The Movie”) and Terence Winter. Winter, Alex Pettyfer, Alex Brown and Rick Yorn will executive produce.

        “The Godmother” marks the third joint project between STXfilms and Lopez,
        See full article at Variety »

        Jeff Bridges to Topline FX Drama "The Old Man"

        Jeff Bridges to Topline FX Drama
        The Dude is about to make the transition from the silver screen to the small screen.

        Jeff Bridges will star as a retired CIA officer in an adaptation of The Old Man, a novel by Thomas Perry.

        Written by Jon Steinberg & Robert Levine, The Old Man is executive produced by Warren Littlefield, Steinberg, Dan Shotz, Levine, Jeff Bridges and David Schiff.

        The Old Man centers on Dan Chase (Bridges) who absconded from the CIA decades ago and has been living off the grid since.

        When an assassin arrives and tries to take Chase out, the old operative learns that to ensure his future he now must reconcile his past.

        Production of the pilot episode begins this fall.
        See full article at TVfanatic »

        ‘Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln Joins Naomi Watts In ‘Penguin Bloom’

        • Deadline
        ‘Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln Joins Naomi Watts In ‘Penguin Bloom’
        The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln has joined Naomi Watts in Penguin Bloom, the Glendyn Ivin-directed adaptation of the bestseller written by Bradley Trevor Greive. Shaun Grant and Harry Cripps wrote the script and production begins in Sydney, Australia in August.

        Watts is producing alongside Emma Cooper and Made Up Stories’ Bruna Papandrea, Jodi Matterson and Steve Hutensky.

        Set on Sydney’s northern beaches, Penguin Bloom is the true story of a unique little bird that saves a family. Cameron and Sam Bloom and their three boys were an everyday family until a shocking, near-fatal accident left Sam paralyzed. She fell from a balcony while on holiday in Thailand, and was left paralyzed from the chest down. As the family struggled to adjust to her new situation, an unlikely ally entered their lives in the form of an injured Magpie chick which the Bloom clan called Penguin. The wild
        See full article at Deadline »

        Banks Sued for Libor Collusion — Again!

        Two summers ago, the head of Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority, Andrew Bailey, made news when he announced that Libor – the leading benchmark for setting global interest rates – had a “sustainability” issue. The rate is supposed to measure the rate at which banks borrow from each other, but Bailey said it wasn’t based on real borrowing.

        “The absence of active underlying markets raises a serious question about the sustainability of the Libor benchmarks,” he said. “If an active market does not exist, how can even the best run benchmark measure it?
        See full article at Rolling Stone »

        Vivendi’s Half-Year Results Up Nearly 14% Boosted by Umg

        Vivendi saw its half-year revenues rise by 13.6% to €7.3 billion ($8.1 billion) during the first half of 2019, bolstered by the continued growth of Universal Music Group (Umg) which helped offset the losses at Canal Plus Group.

        Canal Plus, whose subscriber base in mainland France had been going down, is preparing to downsize its workforce in France by 20% through the voluntary layoff of about 500 jobs.

        The revenues of Canal Plus Group amounted to €2,518 million, compared to €2,575 million during the first half of 2019, a 2.2% year-on drop.

        Studiocanal, the film and TV production, distribution and sales arm also saw its revenues decreased. Vivendi said in
        See full article at Variety - TV News »

        Vivendi’s Half-Year Results Up Nearly 14% Boosted by Umg

        Vivendi saw its half-year revenues rise by 13.6% to €7.3 billion ($8.1 billion) during the first half of 2019, bolstered by the continued growth of Universal Music Group (Umg) which helped offset the losses at Canal Plus Group.

        Canal Plus, whose subscriber base in mainland France had been going down, is preparing to downsize its workforce in France by 20% through the voluntary layoff of about 500 jobs.

        The revenues of Canal Plus Group amounted to €2,518 million, compared to €2,575 million during the first half of 2019, a 2.2% year-on drop.

        Studiocanal, the film and TV production, distribution and sales arm also saw its revenues decreased. Vivendi said in its financial statement that last year’s half-year results had benefited from a greater number of film releases and video sales, in particular “Paddington 2.”

        As Canal Plus’s CEO Maxime Saada said it during his keynote at MipTV, the company is now focusing on expanding its global subscriber base from international markets.
        See full article at Variety - Film News »

        Watch the Raconteurs’ Gritty Performance of ‘Don’t Bother Me’ on ‘Kimmel’

        The Raconteurs took the stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live to offer up two of their new tracks, “Somedays (I Don’t Feel Like Trying)” and “Don’t Bother Me.” Both songs come from the rock band’s recent album Help Us Stranger, which dropped in June.

        The musicians get particularly raucous on “Don’t Bother Me,” a guitar-driven garage rock number with a raw, energized vibe. “Somedays (I Don’t Feel Like Trying)” is more low-key, with Jack White taking a less impassioned approach to the vocals.

        Help Us Stranger is The Raconteurs’ third album,
        See full article at Rolling Stone »

        Hear Drake Reunite With Rick Ross on ‘Gold Roses’

        Hear Drake Reunite With Rick Ross on ‘Gold Roses’
        Rick Ross has a new single, “Gold Roses,” which features Drake. The track comes off Ross’ upcoming album Port of Miami 2, which drops August 9th via Mmg/Epic. The pair previously collaborated on Drake’s “Money in the Grave” earlier this summer.

        New music 12am #RickRoss #Drake #GoldRoses off #portofmiami2 pic.twitter.com/WZjP4k5oBf

        — Yung Rénzél
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        Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Passed By Censor’

        Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Passed By Censor’
        In Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Conversation,” Gene Hackman played a surveillance expert who insists that curiosity is beyond the purview of his job, only to become obsessed with the mystery contained in a recorded conversation. A similar paradox informs Serhat Karaaslan’s debut feature “Passed by Censor,” in which a Turkish prison officer who fancies himself a writer fixates on the family of one of his inmates after he starts writing a fictionalized story about them. Censorship vs. creativity, paranoid fantasy vs. wishful thinking, the point where privacy ends and secrecy begins — all these heady elements simmer away against the backdrop of an inherently repressive institution in an increasingly authoritarian society. With parts like these, it’s little wonder that Karaaslan’s film adds up to a bit less than their sum.

        His humdrum days spent painstakingly erasing potentially bothersome phrases from inmates’ letters, prison censor Zakir (Berkay Ates
        See full article at Variety - Film News »

        Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Zizotek’

        Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Zizotek’
        Borne on the back of a juvenile performance of remarkable intelligence and spontaneity, Vardis Marinakis’ fine-boned “Zizotek” has an uncanny shimmer to its storytelling: It slips unnoticed from genre to genre like a quiet child moving between rooms trying not to disturb the adults. Starting out as a family drama of parental neglect and abandonment, it then becomes a woodsy survivalism tale and an odd-couple bonding narrative, before even those earthy elements fall away and we’re left with the delicate, skeleton-leaf framework of a myth, or a fairy tale — one of the dark kind that ends weirdly, rather than happily, ever after. Only the Greek director’s second feature, its effect is peculiar and moving and subtly bewitching, like a dream where you’re not sure at exactly which point you started dreaming.

        A delicate balance between prosaic reality and the softer, subjective perception of a child is present from the outset,
        See full article at Variety - Film News »

        Hear Young Country Singer Mason Ramsey’s ‘Twang’ Ep

        After recently saddling up with Lil Nas X on a remix of “Old Town Road,” 12-year-old YouTube star Mason Ramsey is ready with his own Ep. On Twang, a five-song release, Ramsey further shows off his love for country music.

        The release includes the title track, “Twang,” a previously released song with its own school-set music video that features the line “She loves me for my twang.” It also includes “Puddle of Love,” Ramsey’s first time being credited as a songwriter.

        out friday y’all pic.twitter.com/nBMaueBnHW

        — Mason Ramsey (@masonramsey) July 22, 2019

        Ramsey,
        See full article at Rolling Stone »

        Alejandro González I?árritu to be Honored at Sarajevo Film Festival

        Multiple Oscar-winning director Alejandro González I?árritu is to receive the Sarajevo Film Festival's highest award at next month's 25th edition.

        I?árritu will be in the Bosnian capital to receive his award which is named the?Heart of Sarajevo and given by the festival in recognition of "exceptional contribution to the art of film."

        The award, announced in Sarajevo on Friday, recognises the Mexican director as "one of the most acclaimed and well-regarded filmmakers working today, known for telling poignant international stories about the human condition."

        I?árritu, the ...
        See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »

        Alejandro Amenabar, Movistar + Team for Drama Series

        Alejandro Amenabar, Movistar + Team for Drama Series
        Madrid — Rolling off their partnership on “While at War,” one of the biggest and highest-profile Spanish movies of 2019, Academy Award winning director Alejandro Amenábar is now teaming with Movistar +, the pay TV division of Spain’s Telefonica, on the development of a drama series, inspired by the Spanish graphic novel “El tesoro del Cisne Negro.”

        Created by comic book artist Paco Roca and Spanish diplomat Guillermo Corral, the six part series will turn on the the Black Swan Project: the Odyssey Marine Exploration’s discovery and recovery and transport to Florida of 17.1 tons of coins from the wreckage of Nuestra Se?ora de las Mercedes,
        See full article at Variety - TV News »

        Outfest Film Review: ‘Queer Japan’

        “Queer Japan,” a documentary about the Lgbtq community as it exists today in Tokyo and several smaller (but still major) Japanese cities, is a movie that makes you realize that liberation movements have become more global, in spirit and in fact, than anyone might have expected. The director, Graham Kolbeins (who also co-shot and edited the film), introduces us to a panoply of Japanese citizens who wear the diversity of their identities with a casual hard-won fierceness, and who give off a one-world cosmopolitan vibe that’s inspiring — and, for those of us in the U.S., gratifyingly familiar.

        Japan has an annual Pride parade, modeled on the one in New York. It has a bold and vibrant trans community, and the country is making strides toward the establishment of gay marriage as a legal right. If there is not, as yet, a Japanese version of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,
        See full article at Variety - Film News »

        Marvel’s ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ and ‘Shang-Chi’ to Shoot in Sydney, Australia

        Marvel’s ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ and ‘Shang-Chi’ to Shoot in Sydney, Australia
        Thor: Love and Thunder,” the fourth part of Marvel’s superhero franchise, will shoot in the Disney-owned Fox Studios in Sydney, Australia. The film is set to receive more than $16.7 million (A$24.1 million) in subsidies from the Australian federal government and the New South Wales state government.

        The announcement, made Friday by Nsw minister for the arts Don Harwin, is a location shift from the franchise’s previous installment, “Thor: Ragnarok,” which was shot in Australia in Gold Coast, Queensland.

        Harwin also confirmed that the previously announced but unnamed Marvel film that the state had also attracted to Sydney is indeed “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” “Shang-Chi” will shoot first. Pre-production on “Thor: Love and Thunder” will start in March 2020, with filming to begin several months later, in August.

        At Comic-Con, earlier this month, Marvel announced that Natalie Portman would be joining Australia’s Chris Hemsworth
        See full article at Variety - Film News »

        ‘The Daily Show’ Rolls a Depressing Fake Sitcom About Student Debt (Video)

        • The Wrap
        ‘The Daily Show’ Rolls a Depressing Fake Sitcom About Student Debt (Video)
        On Thursday’s “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah did a deep dive into student debt, and to illustrate the dire possible consequences, he rolled out a fake sitcom.

        On “Meet the Debts,” the gag is that debt will change family sitcoms to reflect the way families in real life will cope. The clip features Roy Wood Jr. as the Debt family father, Desi Lydic as the Debt family mom, and Jaboukie Young-White as their son, who is forced to move back home because he can’t afford to pay off his student loans.

        Cue plenty of three-camera sitcom cliches — audience cheers whenever a popular character enters the room, laughter at bad punch lines, etc — but paired with some, uh, rather depressing real life ideas.

        Also Read: Trevor Noah Gets Biblical While Talking About Recent Environmental Problems (Video)

        For instance, the parents are forced to sublet their son’s room to cover their mounting bills.
        See full article at The Wrap »

        Hear Blink-182 Throw Caution to the Wind in New Song ‘Darkside’

        Blink-182 throw caution to the wind in the face of seeming unrequited love on their new song, “Darkside.” The single follows the band’s previously released singles, “Happy Days,” “Generational Divide” and “Blame It On My Youth,” all of which appear on their upcoming album, Nine. The 15-song LP will be released on September 20th via Columbia.

        On the new song, the pop-punk trio are willing to risk the emotional fallout for love and face whatever may come, as they layout in their anthemic chorus: “I don’t care what you say/No,
        See full article at Rolling Stone »
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