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24 Apr

Cameron’s Next Set of ‘Avatar’ Sequels Rescheduled Again Until 2020

by Alex BillingtonApril 24, 2017Source: Deadline The wait continues! Over the weekend, 20th Century Fox updated a few release dates for upcoming projects, and also announced a new set of release dates for the Avatar

24 Apr

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Review Round-Up: An Absolute Blast But Not As Good as the First

Next week will bring Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 to theaters. The advanced test screening scores were more than promising (they received the highest audience scores of any Marvel Studios film), and the brief reactions

24 Apr

An Oscar Winner And A 72-Year-Old Neurologist-Turned-Writer/Director Combine For Festival’s Most Unique Movie – Tribeca

In an industry that caters to youth and is thought to be rampant with ageism there is some encouraging news coming out of the Tribeca Film Festival tonight.  It is the premiere of the new

24 Apr

Deadline Studio At Tribeca 2017 – Day 4 – Chris Messina, Zosia Mamet, Ed Helms, Debra Winger & More

Deadline is holding its Tribeca Film Festival portrait and video interview studio at the festival hub in NYC, opening its doors to this year’s most riveting and groundbreaking filmmakers. Guests stopping by the Deadline Studio on Day 4 included

24 Apr

Megyn Kelly NBC Sunday Show Set For June

Megyn Kelly will front an NBC show that is penciled in to start in on Sundays in June, according to sources that spoke with Deadline. The news is the latest as NBC News positions its

24 Apr

Jason Alexander Comedy Gets Straight-To-Series Order At Audience Network

AT&T Audience Network has given a straight-to-series order for 10 half-hour episodes of original comedy series Hit the Road from Jason Alexander. The Seinfeld alum is set to star and executive produce with Primary Wave Entertainment, which

24 Apr

Growing Up ‘Gotham’: The Bizarre, Frustrating Inconsistencies of Fox’s Batman Prequel

As Gotham returns for the rest of its third season, it’s still full of mixed blessings. Since the pilot, the good has gotten better and the bad has gotten worse, making it a bit of a hard sell

24 Apr

Michael Mann & Michael De Luca Set Miniseries On Mark Bowden Tet Offensive Book ‘Hue 1968’

EXCLUSIVE: Michael Mann and Michael De Luca have acquired rights to Hue 1968, and they will shape as an event eight- to 10-hour miniseries Mark Bowden’s kaleidoscopic account of the Tet Offensive that became the

24 Apr

Podcast Preview

‘Vertigo,’ ‘Free Fire,’ and Much, Much More This week on the One Perfect Podcast Channel we have a score of great shows coming up. First off, Matthew Monagle is joined by critic Tomris Laffly to discuss — what

24 Apr

Rosario Dawson Won’t Appear as Claire Temple in ‘The Punisher’

Our favorite night nurse has (temporarily) been transferred. Rosario Dawson has confirmed that she won’t be appearing as Claire Temple in Netflix’s Marvel show The Punisher due to scheduling conflicts, making this the first of the