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Renee Zellweger to Play Judy Garland in Drama From 'The Crown' Scribe
Pathe and Calamity Films are backing the project, based on a script by Tom Edge (The Crown, Lovesick) and to be directed by Tony nominee and two-time Olivier winner Rupert Goold, with production set to start February 2018. BAFTA winner David Livingstone (Pride) will produce for Calamity Films.
Judy will chronicle Garland's arrival in swinging 1968 London to perform in a series of sellout shows. It has been 30 years since "the »
- Alex Ritman
Ashley Judd Sets First TV Interview After Harvey Weinstein Allegation
Ashley Judd, whose sexual harassment allegation against Harvey Weinstein helped take down the disgraced power producer, will give her first television interview since the fallout to ABC News’ Diane Sawyer.
Although Judd told Variety in 2015 about her borrowing experience being sexually harassed by a mogul, she declined to name him at the time. The “Kiss the Girls” actress went pubic with the allegations in an Oct. 5 article in the New York Times, which led dozens of other women to come forward with their own stories about sexual misconduct. The bombshell report chronicled decades of sex harassment allegations and revealed that Weinstein reached confidential settlements with at least eight women, including Rose McGowan.
“Women have been talking about Harvey amongst ourselves for a long time, and it’s simply »
- Maane Khatchatourian
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Renewed for Season 2 at CBS All Access
“Star Trek: Discovery” continues to live long and prosper. CBS All Access has given a second-season pickup to the latest series in the venerable sci-fi franchise, the streaming service announced Monday. The series premiered last month, and the initial six episodes are currently available to stream on CBS All Access. Season 1 has been divided into two chapters, with the final installment in the nine-episode first chapter debuting Nov. 12, and the six-episode second chapter kicking off in January 2018. Also Read: 'Star Trek: Discovery' Star Jason Isaacs Tells Us Whether Show's Klingons Reflect Trump The “Star Trek: Discovery” launch set a record. »
- Ryan Gajewski
China Box Office: 'Kingsman 2' Wins Weekend With $40M, 'Never Say Die' Crosses $300M
Fox's spy sequel The Kingsman: Golden Circle debuted to a strong $40.3 million at the Chinese box office over the weekend.
That's a sizable improvement over the $22.5 million opening its predecessor, The Kingsman: The Secret Service, made in the Middle Kingdom in 2015.
The cheeky action-comedy, again directed by British filmmaker Matthew Vaughn, dominated screen shares while also earning $3.5 million on Imax. Worldwide, Golden Circle has brought in $250.3 million from 61 markets.
Viewer reviews in China are mostly positive — the film holds an average score of 7.3 on Douban and 8.4 on Maoyan — suggesting a »
- Patrick Brzeski
Justin Timberlake to Headline Super Bowl Halftime Show
Justin Timberlake announced Sunday that he will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show next year. The musician made the announcement via Twitter in a video clip with NBC late-night host Jimmy Fallon, declaring, “I do halftime!” The network will broadcast the NFL’s championship game on Feb. 4, 2018, from Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium.
The music superstar previously participated in the halftime show for the 2004 Super Bowl, and the moment he tore off part of Janet Jackson’s costume resulted in the infamous “wardrobe malfunction” in which one. »
- Thom Geier
‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Tops International Box Office With China Debut
Spy spoof “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” has led the international box office with $48.7 million this weekend — most of that coming from an impressive $40.3 million launch in China.
Fox’s sequel to 2015’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is playing in 62 markets abroad and has now topped $250 million worldwide, including $35 million in South Korea and $30 million in the U.K. The original grossed $286 million two years ago in overseas markets.
The action comedy was directed by Matthew Vaughn and stars Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, and Taron Egerton. In China, the opening weekend led that market and was 73% ahead of “Kingsman: The Secret Service.”
With $95 million in the U.S. after five weeks, “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is nearing $350 million worldwide. The original wound up with a worldwide total of $415 million.
Warner Bros. “Geostorm,” starring Gerard Butler, is finishing in second place with $36.4 million at 13,000 screens with first-place finishes in 36 territories to lift its international total to $49 million. South Korea was »
- Dave McNary
‘Only the Brave’ and 2 More Bomb, Tyler Perry’s ‘Boo 2’ Will Break Even: It’s Another Troubling Box-Office Weekend
“Geostorm,” “Only the Brave,” “The Snowman” — it’s another in a series of terrible box-office weekends. Last year, the same weekend saw three new releases gross a total of $65 million; this year, four new releases totaled $44 million. “Boo 2: A Madea Halloween” performed best, but at the lower end of expectations.
This is a performance that might be expected in January, the dumping ground for loser films. But October is the month where we’ve seen films like “Gravity,” “Gone Girl,” and “The Martian” thrive.
Is it a crisis yet? It’s clear there’s still an audience when a September release like “It” can hit $320 million domestic so far. However, it’s clear that even franchise fans are unreliable.
Read More:‘Geostorm’ Review: Brace for Category 5 CGI Boredom
With a $22 million opening weekend and a $25 million budget, “Boo 2!” could break even: Figure less than $30 million in marketing/distribution costs, »
- Tom Brueggemann
Tyler Perry's 'Boo 2!' Tops Weekend While Fellow Newcomers Struggle All Around
As expected, Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween topped the weekend box office becoming the seventh of eight Madea films to open over $20 million. Meanwhile, it was rough going for the weekend's four other new wide releases as Geostorm, Only the Brave and The Snowman essentially bombed while Pure Flix's Same Kind of Different as Me failed to meet the low end of expectations after strong group sales on opening day. Overall, the top twelve generated just $81.3 million, over $30 million less than the same weekend last year as October is currently pacing ~13% behind last year. With an estimated $21.65 million, Boo 2! finished atop the weekend box office while falling nearly $7 million short of the original's opening one year ago. The film did receive an "A-" CinemaScore from opening day audiences, just a notch below the original Boo!'s "A" and it will be interesting to see what kind of run Boo 2! can leg out. »
- Brad Brevet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
‘The Killing Of A Sacred Deer’ Slays Weekend; Doc ‘Jane’ Bows Solid – Specialty Box Office
A24's The Killing Of A Sacred Deer sailed to the top the Specialty box office in its debut, grossing over $114K in four theaters in another crowded weekend of newcomers. There were over a dozen new limited releases this weekend, though not all reported numbers as of Sunday morning. Brett Morgen's latest documentary Jane about famed primatologist Jane Goodall opened strong in three locations, grossing $55,712. On its heels was Amazon Studios/Roadside Attractions Wonderstruc… »
‘Pacific Rim 2’ Director Teases Future Crossover With King Kong, Godzilla Franchise
Judging by its trailers, the “Pacific Rim” sequel looks amazing, with “Force Awakens” star John Boyega joining as the new lead — but fans might already have a reason to look forward to the franchise’s films down the line. With “Pacific Rim: Uprising” coming out next March, director Steven S. DeKnight shared with Collider that the movie might be followed up with a full-on crossover with King Kong and Godzilla joining in on the action. “I won’t say there’s an Easter Egg but there’s been a lot of discussion about that possibility ,” DeKnight told Collider. »
- Sean Burch
Zehao Gao's 'To Kill a Watermelon' Wins Grand Prix at Warsaw Film Festival
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Sha Gua (To Kill a Watermelon), from Chinese director Zehao Gao, was awarded the Grand Prix of the 33rd Warsaw International Film Festival, which drew to a close Saturday in the Polish capital.
- Vladimir Kozlov
Trevor Noah Says Donald Trump ‘Prefers White People Over Black People’ (Video)
Trevor Noah doesn’t think Donald Trump is a white supremacist — but that doesn’t mean he feels the president has the highest opinion of black people. During an interview with BBC published over the weekend, Noah expressed his belief that Donald Trump “preferred” white people to black people. “I don’t know if Donald Trump is a white supremacist, I do know that he prefers white people over black people,” Noah told BBC’s Nick Bryant. “I do know that he has said on multiple occasions that he doesn’t want black people involved in the counting of his money or involved in the. »
- Jon Levine
‘Stranger Things': Watch Mike Vehemently Protect Eleven (Video)
Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is back from the Upside Down, and she’s ready to reunite with Mike (Finn Wolfhard) — or is she? In this Part 2 clip published by Entertainment Weekly, Mike tells police that he doesn’t know where Eleven is, and even if he did, wouldn’t snitch on his first love. “I would never tell you,” he tells interrogators vehemently. “We know it’s difficult to accept she’s a very dangerous individual,” one policewoman tells Mike. But as Mike listens to the police, he seems to see a certain waffle-loving, pink-dress-wearing telekinetic girl in the window. »
- Ashley Boucher
Judith Light, Roberta Colindrez to Star in Drama ‘Ms. White Light’ (Exclusive)
Paul Shoulberg will direct the film from his own script. The movie will be produced by Spicer and John Robert Armstrong for their Indiana-based company Pigasus Pictures. Shooting begins Oct. 27 in Bloomington, Ind.
Ortiz and Colindrez portray a father-daughter team who operate Cordova Mortality Solutions, counseling terminally ill clients, while Light plays a sharp-tongued free spirit who has no time for her own mortality. Spicer is a psychic medium and Meyer portrays a woman dying of a terminal blood disease.
“Ms. White Light” is the first in Pigasus Pictures’ slate of six films to be produced locally in Indiana over the next three years. Spicer and Armstrong previously teamed with Shoulberg to produce “The Good Catholic,” starring John McGinley and Danny Glover.
Light stars on “Transparent” and was nominated for a supporting actress »
- Dave McNary
Uber Sexual Harassment Movie in the Works With Whistleblower Susan Fowler
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Susan Fowler, the woman who exposed Uber's rampant sexual harassment issues with her viral blog post, is partnering with Good Universe for a movie about her experience at the ride share company.
In her post, "Reflecting On One Very, Very Strange Year At Uber," Fowler detailed a year's worth of harassment as an engineer at Uber, which has been described as indicative of the overall sexist Silicon Valley culture. Her story prompted an internal investigation at the company, which would eventually lead to CEO Travis Kalanick's resignation.
- Mia Galuppo
Here’s Everything That’s Coming and Leaving Netflix in November
After Halloween, it’s easy to get caught up in the early Christmas rush. But don’t count out Thanksgiving, which is arguably the best holiday for binge-watching, seeing as you’re stuffed with turkey and tired of small talk with your weird uncle. Your post-food coma watch list covered, with new titles hitting Netflix in November, and everything you need to catch before it leaves. The next installment of Marvel’s “street hero” series, “The Punisher,” comes out Nov. 17, which follows Frank Castle (John Bernthal) as he exacts revenge on those who murdered his family. On Nov. 22, you can stream the Western. »
- Ashley Boucher
‘Riverdale’ Star Lili Reinhart Apologizes for ‘Racially Insensitive’ Halloween Instagram Post
Lili Reinhart has apologized for a “racially insensitive” Instagram post depicting a demon that appeared to be painted black with the caption: “Found my Halloween costume!!” Inspired by the color of my soul.” “I did not mean for my tweet to come off that way,” said the “Riverdale” actress, who deleted the post from her social media account. “I can see how it was interpreted as being insensitive, completely. I saw the pic on a Halloween Instagram and didn’t think it would be interpreted as being racially insensitive,” she wrote. See Photos: How do 'Riverdale' Characters Compare to Their Comic Book Versions? »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
George Clooney, Matt Damon Denounce ‘A–hole’ Harvey Weinstein: ‘It’s Beyond Infuriating’ (Video)
Matt Damon said that while he knew Harvey Weinstein was an “a–hole” and a “womanizer,” he didn’t know the extent of his “criminal sexual predation.” Damon sat down with his “Suburbicon” co-star George Clooney — who also spoke out about the disgraced movie mogul — in an interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America” that aired Monday. “You had to spend five minutes with him to know he was a bully, he was intimidating. That was his legend. That was his whole M.O. Could you survive a meeting with Harvey? Could you stand up for yourself with Harvey?” Damon told Michael. »
- Ashley Boucher
Ratings: ‘Shark Tank’ Drowns During Another Soft ABC Sunday
No one expected ABC to compete last night, but the Disney-owned broadcaster sure didn’t want to see a “0” in front of “Shark Tank’s” key demo Nielsen rating either. As per usual, NBC dominated Sunday’s primetime with “Sunday Night Football” and its pregame show. CBS finished second with an afternoon NFL game bleeding into the 7-11 p.m. day part. Even most Fox shows ticked up versus last week — so that’s… something. Also Read: Netflix Ratings Leak: 200,000 Start 'Grey's Anatomy' From Episode One Each Month, Says ABC Chief NBC was first in ratings with a 4.6 rating/16 share »
- Tony Maglio
Watch Stunning First Trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Phantom Thread'
The visually stunning preview focuses on Day-Lewis' dressmaker, whose life and art becomes unraveled after meeting a young woman played by actress Vicky Krieps. "Her arrival has cast a very long shadow," the dressmaker says in the trailer.
"You can sew almost anything into the canvas of a coat. When I was a boy, I started to hide things in the lining of the garments," Day-Lewis' character says in voiceover. »
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