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        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.
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        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,
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        ‘Joker,’ ‘Ad Astra,’ ‘The Laundromat,’ ‘Marriage Story’ to Compete in Venice

        • Variety
        ‘Joker,’ ‘Ad Astra,’ ‘The Laundromat,’ ‘Marriage Story’ to Compete in Venice
        A robust roster of awards contenders, including Brad Pitt space odyssey “Ad Astra” and Steven Soderbergh’s star-studded financial thriller “The Laundromat,” will launch from the Venice Film Festival, which features a bit less high-wattage Hollywood fare this year but no shortage of hotly anticipated world premieres and stars.

        The four U.S. pics in the Lido’s 21-title competition are all high-profile entries, starting with Fox’s “Ad Astra,” directed by James Grey, which features Pitt as an astronaut on a mission to save the solar system from imminent destruction. Netflix continues its strong track record on the Lido (where “Roma” debuted last year) with Noah Baumbach’s intimate divorce drama, “Marriage Story,” with Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson as a couple in conflict, and “The Laundromat,” which stars Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas in a tale based on the Panama Papers exposé. Warner Bros. is launching “Joker,
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        ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ Series in the Works at Hulu

        ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ Series in the Works at Hulu
        Hulu is hitching a ride to another galaxy.

        The streamer is developing a series based on Douglas Adams’ classic sci-fi novel “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.”

        The prospective series is being penned by “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” and “Lost” executive producer Carlton Cuse and “Wonder Woman” writer Jason Fuchs. Cuse is under an overall deal at ABC Signature, ABC Studios’ streaming division, which is producing the series.

        “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” which was originally a BBC radio comedy, has been adapted multiple times for both the big and small screen. In 1981, the novel was
        See full article at Variety - TV News »

        HBO Is Still ‘Possibly’ Considering 1 or 2 More ‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoff Scripts, Casey Bloys Says

        • The Wrap
        HBO Is Still ‘Possibly’ Considering 1 or 2 More ‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoff Scripts, Casey Bloys Says
        Turns out George R.R. Martin may not have been getting your hopes up about additional “Game of Thrones” spinoffs after all.

        Soon after HBO programming president Casey Bloys revealed during the Television Critics Association press tour Wednesday that production had wrapped on the untitled “GoT” prequel pilot starring Naomi Watts, he told TheWrap the pay-tv channel is still “possibly” considering ordering pilots for additional spinoff projects that are in development.

        “I think we have one or two more scripts,” he told us. “But we’re gonna see what happens with this one.”

        Bloys wouldn’t say if he meant the decision to order another pilot will be made after this one (which is now in editing) is or isn’t ordered to series, or after the potential show airs. Actually, he wouldn’t
        See full article at The Wrap »

        ‘Westworld’ Season 3 to Premiere in First Half of 2020, Deal in Place With Creators for ‘Potential’ Seasons 4 and 5

        • The Wrap
        ‘Westworld’ Season 3 to Premiere in First Half of 2020, Deal in Place With Creators for ‘Potential’ Seasons 4 and 5
        HBO dropped the trailer for “Westworld” Season 3 during San Diego Comic-Con last week, revealing way more details about the next installment of the sci-fi series from Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. But the one thing the action-packed video set to Vera Lynn’s “We’ll Meet Again” didn’t tell fans is when the show will return, beyond that vague “2020” card.

        While we still don’t have a premiere date for you, TheWrap does have a more concrete timeframe for readers than an entire calendar year, courtesy of HBO programming chief Casey Bloys.

        “First half of 2020,” he told us in an interview during the pay-tv channel’s day at the Television Critics Association Wednesday.

        When we asked what familiar faces (including dead ones) we might see in the third season — apart from the
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        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
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        Damon Lindelof Is Open to ‘Watchmen’ Film Cast Appearing in His HBO Adaptation – But in Different Roles

        • The Wrap
        Damon Lindelof Is Open to ‘Watchmen’ Film Cast Appearing in His HBO Adaptation – But in Different Roles
        Although Zack Snyder’s 2009 film adaptation of “Watchmen” has no connection to Damon Lindelof’s upcoming TV version for HBO, that doesn’t mean those actors are off-limits.

        Snyder’s film, which is more of a straight re-telling of Alan Moore’s acclaimed work, features a cast that includes Patrick Wilson, Malin Akerman, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Carla Gugino, Billy Crudup and Jackie Earl Haley. Lindelof, who is spearheading the upcoming adaptation for HBO, told TheWrap that he’s open to casting them, just in different roles.

        “Maybe. Again, I don’t want to be cutesy about it. Our ‘Watchmen,’ with two notable exceptions, is trying to introduce new characters as opposed to dwelling on characters from the classic. But never say never.” Those two exceptions: Jeremy Irons portrays an older version of Ozymandias/Adrien Veidt (played by Goode in the film) and Doctor Manhattan (Crudup) appears to be a factor.
        See full article at The Wrap »

        ‘Silicon Valley’ to Return in October for Sixth and Final Season

        • The Wrap
        ‘Silicon Valley’ to Return in October for Sixth and Final Season
        The sixth and final season of “Silicon Valley” is returning in October, HBO announced Wednesday. An official premiere date has yet to be set.

        A collaboration between showrunners Mike Judge and Alec Berg, the final season will consist of seven episodes. The series takes a comedic look at the modern-day epicenter of the high-tech gold rush, where the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success.

        HBO announced in May that the sixth season of “Silicon Valley” would be its last.

        “‘Silicon Valley’ has been a career and life highlight for us. We’ll miss it desperately, but we’ve always let Pied Piper’s journey guide the way, and Season 6 seems to be the fitting conclusion,” Judge and Berg said at the time. “We are forever indebted to our incredible cast, crew, and partners at HBO. At a certain point, there’s only so much
        See full article at The Wrap »

        How We’d Make a Woodstock ’99 Movie, 20 Years Later (Podcast)

        As we mark the 20th anniversary of the disastrous Woodstock ’99, please join us for a look back to six months ago, when we talked on the “Shoot This Now” podcast about how the disastrous festival could be the basis for a movie about misplaced rage. You can listen on your favorite podcast app below, or right here:

        It’s the subject of our latest “Shoot This Now” podcast, which you can listen to on Apple or right here:

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        Why now? Not just because of the dueling Fyre Fest documentaries that came out in January, or the Ringer podcast, “Break Things,” that came out a few months after ours. Or because the events of Woodstock ’99 hang over the struggle to organize a Woodstock 50th anniversary festival this year.

        Also Read: The Anti-'Citizen Kane': How Art Beal Built Nitt Witt Ridge, a House Made of Trash in the Shadow of
        See full article at The Wrap »

        ‘Will and Grace’ Revival to End With Season 3 – 11th Overall – at NBC

        • The Wrap
        ‘Will and Grace’ Revival to End With Season 3 – 11th Overall – at NBC
        The “Will & Grace” revival is set to send with its upcoming third season on NBC, which is the 11th season overall for the beloved sitcom starring Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes.

        The final season will be 18-episodes long and debut in 2020, with a premiere date to be announced at a later date.

        “When NBC had the opportunity to reconnect this amazing cast and creative team, we jumped at the chance,”

        NBC Entertainment co-chairmen George Cheeks and Paul Telegdy said. “The impact and legacy of ‘Will & Grace’ simply can’t be overstated, both as a true game-changer in the portrayal of the Lgbtq community and as one of the finest comedies in television history. A huge thank you to Max, David, Jimmy and a cast that is second to none for their brilliance over an incredible run.”

        Also Read: NBC's Fall Schedule: 'Bluff City Law' Scores Post-'Voice' Slot,
        See full article at The Wrap »

        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 »

        Andrew Lincoln to Star Opposite Naomi Watts in ‘Penguin Bloom’

        • The Wrap
        Andrew Lincoln to Star Opposite Naomi Watts in ‘Penguin Bloom’
        The Walking Dead” star Andrew Lincoln is set to star opposite Naomi Watts in “Penguin Bloom,” the upcoming adaptation of Bradley Trevor Greive and Cameron Bloom’s bestseller.

        The film will be directed by Glendyn Ivin (“Safe Harbor”) and written by Shaun Grant and Harry Cripps and is set to begin production in Australia at the beginning of August.

        Watts will also produce alongside Emma Cooper and Made Up Stories’ Bruna Papandrea, Jodi Matterson and Steve Hutensky.

        Also Read: 'Walking Dead' Movie With Andrew Lincoln to Be Released In Theaters (Video)

        Lincoln will star as Cameron Bloom, the husband of Sam Bloom (Watts), in a true story about a little bird that saves a family. A family struggles to come to terms with a near-fatal accident that left their mother paralyzed and they have to adjust to their situation until an injured Magpie chick comes along.

        Cameron Bloom, Sam Bloom
        See full article at The Wrap »

        Prince Estate Unveils ‘Holly Rock’ Animated Video

        The Prince estate has unveiled the colorful animated video for “Holly Rock,” one of the tracks featured on the recent posthumous collection Originals.

        As Prince’s YouTube account notes, “Holly Rock” was tracked at Los Angeles’ Sunset Sound studios in April 1985, the same week that Prince recorded his hit single “Kiss.”

        “‘Holly Rock’ was recorded for inclusion on the original soundtrack for the 1985 movie Krush Groove,” the Prince estate states. “While Prince gave Sheila E. sole writing and producer credit, he actually produced the track himself and co-wrote it with Sheila.
        See full article at Rolling Stone »

        Mueller and the Struggle for Truth in the Trump Twitter Era

        Washington — Not so long ago, a powerful Republican congressman gave a revealing, behind-the-curtain glimpse at how the modern-day Republican Party had drifted away from reality. The Republican said the biggest change he’d witnessed in his time in Congress was the growth of pseudo-media outlets and hyper-partisan outside groups that polluted the political discourse with misleading, if not false, information. The effect of this, he said, was alarming:

        “I used to spend ninety percent of my constituent response time on people who call, email, or send a letter, such as,
        See full article at Rolling Stone »

        The Inexplicable Disrespect for Big Sean Is at an All-Time High

        The Inexplicable Disrespect for Big Sean Is at an All-Time High
        It’s difficult to fathom how much misery one has to have in their heart to hate Big Sean. Hating on rappers is often a beautiful and cathartic exercise, but part of the fair exchange should be rooted in said rapper being oblivious or obnoxious enough to warrant vitriol. It’s what differentiates a Lil Uzi Vert from a Nav, a Polo G from Chance. Too much earnestness here, a lack of self-awareness there, a pinch of desperation — they all contribute to the animosity ecosystem. That’s what makes the
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        ‘The Mountain’ Film Review: Jeff Goldblum Plays an Authoritative Lobotomist in 1950s-Set Drama

        • The Wrap
        ‘The Mountain’ Film Review: Jeff Goldblum Plays an Authoritative Lobotomist in 1950s-Set Drama
        Let’s start here: the latest project from cinematic provocateur Rick Alverson is probably best suited for the sort of on-a-loop side room you’d find in a modern art museum, where it could endlessly challenge viewers but give curious wanderers a quick way out if they’ve had enough. Alverson calls “The Mountain” an “anti-Utopian film,” but doesn’t that describe most movies these days? Where his effort does stand out is in its gravely stark, often breathtaking beauty, and its urgent desire to Make a Point.

        A cynic might wonder why a filmmaker who vocally disdains popular culture would hire Jeff Goldblum, one of its cultishly beloved icons. But Goldblum more than delivers as Wallace Fiennes, a doctor who travels California performing lobotomies in the mid-1950s. One of his patients is a woman who has been locked away for a long time, leaving her 20-year-old son Andy (Tye Sheridan) adrift and bereft.
        See full article at The Wrap »

        ‘The Terror: Infamy’ Star George Takei Calls Out ‘Incredible Inhumanity’ of Immigrant Detention Centers

        • The Wrap
        ‘The Terror: Infamy’ Star George Takei Calls Out ‘Incredible Inhumanity’ of Immigrant Detention Centers
        “The Terror: Infamy” star George Takei is a survivor of Japanese-American internment during World War II, but the actor says the current situation at the southern U.S. border is “a new grotesque low” for the country.

        “What we have is this endless cycle, a repetition of this kind of horror and injustice being inflicted on minority people,” the actor said at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday. “We have reached a new grotesque low.”

        Takei, who was five years old when his family was interned, referred to current news reports of young children being separated from their parents and sent to live in facilities in distant parts of the country.

        Also Read: 'The Terror: Infamy' Trailer Adds Shape-Shifting Ghosts to the Horrors of Internment Camps (Video)

        “Our families were left intact, but what we see today is this incredible inhumanity of children being torn away from their
        See full article at The Wrap »

        ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Climbing Past $1 Billion Milestone

        Sony’s “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is crossing the $1 billion milestone for worldwide grosses, becoming the 40th title to do so.

        The tentpole has outperformed 2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” which debuted Tom Holland as the webslinger and wound up with $334 million in North America and $880 million worldwide.

        Spider-Man: Far From Home” again follows the 16-year-old Peter Parker, who is recruited to save the world while on a school trip to Europe. Jake Gyllenhaal joins the McU as Mysterio, while Samuel L. Jackson, Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon and Marisa Tomei reprise their roles for the sequel.

        Sony’s top performer on the billion-dollar list is 2012’s “Skyfall” at $1.11 billion in the 25th spot. “Spider-Man: Far From Home” has become the studio’s second highest grossing movie, topping “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” at $963 million.

        The domestic total for “Spider-Man: Far From Home” has hit $333 million with an international take of $672 million.
        See full article at Variety - Film News »
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