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Fresh off her own blockbuster debut, Brie Larson's superhero meets Cap, Thor, et al. in the latest MCU trailer, which also finds Tony Stark back on Earth.Watch it now! ?
The Hallmark Channel cut ties Thursday with favored star Lori Loughlin, a day after her arrest in a college admissions scam put the family-friendly network and extended Hallmark brand in uncomfortable proximity to a national scandal. "We are saddened by the recent allegations surrounding the college admissions process," Hallmark Cards Inc., parent company of the Crown Media Family Networks group that includes the Hallmark Channel, said in a statement. "We are no longer working with Lori Loughlin" and have stopped development of all productions with the actress for Crown Media channels, the statement said.
Jim Raman, an orthodontist who competed on the 25th season of "The Amazing Race," died on Tuesday morning in South Carolina, according to the TV station WIS TV. He was 42. Raman participated on the CBS reality competition show with his wife, Misti, in 2014. The duo, nicknamed the Married Dentists, finished in second place. […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) — In a story March 13 about a college admissions bribery scandal, The Associated Press erroneously described a defendant's employer. The company where Manuel Henriquez worked is a venture capital firm, not a hedge fund.
Lin-Manuel Miranda is swooping in to try and save recently canceled Netflix series “One Day at a Time,” just like he helped to do when “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” was canceled by Fox.The rebooted sitcom was canceled Thursday after three seasons on Netflix, followed by an outpouring of support that resulted in the hashtag saveODAAT becoming the number one worldwide trend on Twitter in an hour.Echoing the last-minute save that found “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” a new home on NBC for a sixth season, the “Mary Poppins Returns” star tweeted at the network hoping to inspire some conversations about the fan-beloved “One Day at a Time.”“Hey @nbc…I hear you like comedies with built-in fan bases that do even better on YOUR network than at their previous homes,” Miranda tweeted in response to creators and show runners Mike Royce and Gloria Calderon Kellett’s statement on the cancellation.Hey @nbc…I hear you like comedies with built-in fan bases that do even better on YOUR network than at their previous homes…saveODAAT https://t.co/5bIQYexpDz— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) March 14, 2019Miranda is a self-professed “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” fan — he recently guest starred in a March 7? episode of the series’ sixth season. He was also one of a team of supporters that came to the show’s rescue when it was canceled, including Seth Meyers, Mark Hamill, Guillermo del Toro and Sean Astin. Their combined support helped the series get saved after only one day in limbo.The “One Day at a Time” team is hoping their project will meet a similar fate in its hour of need. TheWrap earlier reported that Sony Pictures Television has plans to shop the show around to other potential networks and outlets in the coming weeks, according to an individual familiar with the situation.Also Read: 'One Day at a Time' Canceled by Netflix After 3 Seasons, Sony to Shop Series ElsewhereAccording to Netflix, the cancellation was due to low viewership. “The choice did not come easily — we spent several weeks trying to find a way to make another season work but in the end simply not enough people watched to justify another season,” the streamer said in a statement.“Luckily, I believe in miracles,” Kellett tweeted in a thread Thursday. “So, maybe we’ll find a home somewhere else. I hope we do cause @mikeroyce & I have a lot more for these wonderful characters to do.”So, yeah, that was more a self-pep talk. But I wanted to share it with you. Luckily, I believe in miracles. So, maybe we’ll find a home somewhere else. I hope we do cause @mikeroyce & I have a lot more for these wonderful characters to do.— Gloria Calderón Kellett (@everythingloria) March 14, 2019Read original story Lin-Manuel Miranda Tries to Save ‘One Day at a Time’ Like He Helped Do With ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ At TheWrap
In the wake of the charges against Lori Loughlin, Sephora announced their decision to cut ties with Olivia.
On the eve of its release, Netflix has dropped the trailer for true-crime documentary series “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann.”“If you made a dozen movies out of this, nobody would believe them,” one participant in the docuseries tells trailer viewers right off the bat.“I’ve done thousands of cases, the Madeleine case, I’ve seen the worst things a human being can see — the worst,” an investigator adds.Watch the video above.Also Read: 'One Day at a Time' Canceled by Netflix After 3 Seasons, Sony to Shop ElsewherePromising a deep dive into every piece of evidence and potential theory of what has been called the most famous missing child case in British history, the streaming series reexamines the events of the night of May 3, 2007, when 3-year-old McCann disappeared while on vacation with her family at Praia de Luz resort in Portugal.The project emerges two years after it was greenlit in 2017, with the series order marking a decade since the case was opened. Directed by Chris Smith (“Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened”), the eight-episode series draws on 120 hours of interviews with over 40 contributors, including journalists, investigators and people close to the McCann family. Even a former suspect talks in the trailer.Also Read: Mark Hamill, Catherine O'Hara, Rosario Dawson Join Netflix Animated Series 'The Last Kids on Earth'“The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann” includes archival news footage, reenactments and never-before-seen testimonies. Madeleine’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, did not participate in the series.The project is produced by UK company Pulse Films in associations with Paramount Television. Emma Cooper and Thomas Benski serve as executive producers.“The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann” debuts Friday, March 15 on Netflix.Read original story ‘The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann’ Trailer Dives Deep Into Famous Missing Child Case (Video) At TheWrap
As the star of Broadway's "Dear Evan Hansen," Ben Platt delivered a heart-wrenching, fiercely affecting performance eight times a week
“The Sopranos” prequel film from New Line Cinema and series creator David Chase has received a release date and the studio says the working title is now “Newark.”The film, which was previously titled “The Many Saints of Newark,” will open in theaters on Sept. 25, 2020.Alessandro Nivola, Vera Farmiga, Ray Liotta, Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Billy Magnussen, John Magaro, and Michael Gandolfini star in the film directed by Alan Taylor?and written and produced by David Chase and Lawrence Konner.Also Read: New Line Exec Michael Disco Exits to Launch The Disco Factory, Will Executive-Produce 'Sopranos' Prequel 'Many Saints of Newark'“Newark” is set in the 1960s during the Newark riots, five days of violence in the New Jersey city sparked by the beating of a black man by white police officers. It was especially lethal among African American and Italian American gangsters involved in the fighting — 26 people died and more than 700 people were injured during the riots.More specifically, it follows the life of Dickie Moltisanti, a frequently mentioned character in “The Sopranos” but one who was never seen in the original series, including flashbacks.Nivola is playing Moltisanti, and Gandolfini, the son of the late “Sopranos” star James Gandolfini, will star as a young Tony Soprano in the film.Nicole Lambert, on behalf of Chase Films, and Marcus Viscidi are executive producing “Newark.”Read original story ‘Sopranos’ Prequel Gets Fall 2020 Release and Working Title ‘Newark’ At TheWrap
"One Day at a Time" has been canceled at Netflix after three seasons,?Variety has learned. According to an individual with knowledge of the situation, producer Sony Pictures Television plans to shop the series elsewhere. The reboot of the classic Norman Lear sitcom was co-created Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce, who also serve as co-showrunners. […]
The maiden voyage of DC’s aquatic superhero opens with Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) kicking pirate butt on a Russian submarine — an action-packed showcase for his fighting prowess. “This is Aquaman’s hero intro to this movie,” Wan remarks in an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the hit movie’s upcoming home release. For Momoa, the submarine sequence represented a way to establish the kind of hero Arthur is at the beginning of the movie, and how he evolves when he takes on the mantle (and bright orange suit) of Aquaman.
"...as if it's a big plus that he reads books. We would assume that," Kilmeade said.
Jay Leno is mad as hell, and he’s not taking it anymore. The former host of “The Tonight Show” hijacked Jimmy Fallon’s monologue on Wednesday to get a few things off his chest.Here was Leno’s angry opener: “There is this annoying trend in advertising — especially on cable — where they want you to get to know the non-celebrity spokesman for whatever the product is. There’s one running on CNN right now. It says, ‘Bob is 68 years old, Bob has hemorrhoids. Learn more about Bob’s story on hemorrhoids.com.’ I don’t want to know Bob’s story, OK?”“How empty is my life that I have time to go to this website?” he continued. “Hey, if I want to see hemorrhoids, I can stand in the bathroom with a hand mirror, OK?”Also Read: Trump Applauds Jay Leno's Lament About 'One-Sided' Politics of Today's Late Night Comedy (Video)The ranting comic also tied his hemorrhoids material into a medical marijuana joke. The uncharacteristically pissed-off car collector then gave it to Apple, Amazon, and our city of angels, Los Angeles.Watch the video above.Before “Tonight” even taped, Leno was already making Wednesday headlines. Appearing on the third hour of yesterday’s “Today” show, Leno lamented the “one-sided” approach he believes present day late-night hosts take with political material.Also Read: 'The Simpsons' Boss Al Jean Believes Michael Jackson Used Cameo 'to Groom Boys'“When people see you as one-sided, it just makes it tough,” Leno said. “I did it when Clinton was horny and Bush was dumb. It was a little easier. Now it’s all very serious. I’d just like to see a little civility come back to it.”President Trump applauded Leno on Twitter for those remarks.“Actually, the one-sided hatred on these shows is incredible and for me, unwatchable,” Trump tweeted. “But remember, WE are number one – President!”Read original story Angry Jay Leno Interrupts Jimmy Fallon’s Monologue to Get a Few Things Off His Chest (Video) At TheWrap