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    ‘Into the Badlands,’ ‘The Son’ to End on AMC

    • Variety
    ‘Into the Badlands,’ ‘The Son’ to End on AMC
    The AMC dramas “Into the Badlands” and “The Son” are coming to an end on AMC, the cabler announced Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

    Into the Badlands” will end after the final eight episodes of Season 3. The martial arts drama returns on March 24 at 10 pm Et following a new episode of “The Walking Dead.” The series will then move to its regular timeslot with a new episode on March 25 at 10 pm Et.

    In the final chapter of the series, an imprisoned Bajie warns Sunny that Pilgrim can’t be trusted. But with his son’s life on the line, Sunny struggles with his decision to help Pilgrim unlock the Meridian Chamber. The ensemble cast includes Daniel Wu, Nick Frost, Aramis Knight, Emily Beecham, Orla Brady, Ally Ioannides, Lorraine Toussaint, Sherman Augustus, Babou Ceesay, Ella-Rae Smith, and Lewis Tan.

    From AMC Studios, “Into the Badlands” was created by executive producers, showrunners, and writers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar.
    See full article at Variety »

    ‘The Terror': AMC Sets Title for 2nd Season Set in Japanese Internment Camp

    • The Wrap
    ‘The Terror': AMC Sets Title for 2nd Season Set in Japanese Internment Camp
    Season 2 of AMC’s horror anthology “The Terror” will be titled “The Terror: Infamy,” the network announced on Saturday.

    Set in an intermittent camp during World War II, the second season of “The Terror” centers on a series of bizarre deaths that haunt a Japanese-American community, and young man Chester Nakayama’s (Derek Mio) journey to understand and combat the malevolent entity responsible.

    The 10-episode second season began production on Jan. 14 in Vancouver, and is expected to premiere on AMC later this year.

    Star Trek” alum George Takei will appear as a series regular and consultant. Takei, who was imprisoned with his family in two Japanese-American internment camps during WWII, will work closely with the executive producers to ensure the accuracy of historical events and storytelling. On the acting side, he will play Yamato-san,
    See full article at The Wrap »

    Michael B Jordan-Produced Chicago-Set Drama ’61st Street’ in the Works at AMC

    • The Wrap
    Michael B Jordan-Produced Chicago-Set Drama ’61st Street’ in the Works at AMC
    AMC has opened a writers rooms for “61st Street,” a potential new series executive produced by Michael B. Jordan’s Outlier Society.

    The project will be considered for a greenlight under the cabler’s new “scripts-to-series” development model. Peter Moffett, who wrote the British drama “Criminal Justice,” which HBO adapted into “The Night Of,” will serve as showrunner and executive producer.

    Set in present-day Chicago, “61st Street” follows Moses Johnson, a promising high school athlete, who is swept up into the infamously corrupt Chicago criminal justice system. Taken by the police as a gang member, he soon finds himself in the eye of the storm as police and prosecutors seek revenge for the death of an officer during a drug bust gone wrong.

    A timely examination of the institutional racism plaguing cities nationwide, “61st Street” plumbs the depths of systemic abuse
    See full article at The Wrap »

    ‘Westworld’ Heads Back Into Production Next Month; Expect Season 3 in 2020

    • The Wrap
    ‘Westworld’ Heads Back Into Production Next Month; Expect Season 3 in 2020
    Bring yourselves back online, “Westworld” fans, because we now have confirmation Season 3 will begin production next month. Actually, you might need to freeze some motor functions again, because what we don’t know is exactly when you’ll be headed back to Sweetwater.

    When TheWrap spoke with HBO programming chief Casey Bloys during the cabler’s day at the Television Critics Association press tour Friday, he told us that filming on the Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy-created sci-fi series will definitely begin in March, but wouldn’t confirm whether or not it will make it to air by the end of 2019.

    However, it is safe to expect “Westworld” won’t return with its next batch of episodes until 2020, due to the gap between Seasons 1 and 2 and the amount of time the large-scale series takes to produce and the post-production process.

    The Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright-led show wrapped its second season last June after debuting the 10-episode installment in April. That premiere came over a year and a half after Season 1’s run ended in October 2016.

    At the end of the Season 2 finale, “The Passenger,” three of the Hosts officially entered the real world in our central timeline: Dolores (Wood), Bernard (Wright) — thanks to Dolores’ decision to bring him back — and whoever the heck is inside the Charlotte Hale-shaped one (played by Tessa Thompson) that Dolores inhabited before she rebuilt herself.

    “It was always the plan to explore the real world and we have Dolores there, Bernard’s there and a creature that is certainly inhabiting Hale’s body is there [laughs],” Joy told TheWrap in June. “So we’ll come to know more of who ‘Hale’ is. There are three Hosts out in the world and next season will really be an exploration of what they find and who they become.”

    Joy also clarified that there is someone in Hale who isn’t Dolores at the end there, cause Dolores is now back in Dolores, saying, “Yes, that’s one of the things we’ll explore next season.”

    Read original story ‘Westworld’ Heads Back Into Production Next Month; Expect Season 3 in 2020 At TheWrap
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    Stephen Merchant, Sheridan Smith & Jaime Winstone To Star In BBC Crime Drama ‘The Barking Murders’

    • Deadline
    Stephen Merchant, Sheridan Smith & Jaime Winstone To Star In BBC Crime Drama ‘The Barking Murders’
    The Office co-creator and Hello Ladies star Stephen Merchant will topline British crime drama The Barking Murders.

    Merchant, who is also starring in forthcoming wrestling feature Fighting with My Family, will star alongside The Huntsman: Winter’s War and Cleaning Up star Sheridan Smith and Donkey Punch star Jaime Winstone in the factual drama. Deadline understands a U.S. deal is set to be revealed imminently. The series, which will commence filming this spring, is written by Jeff Pope and Neil McKay, the team behind The Moorside and Appropriate Adult.

    The BBC One drama tells the story of the notorious Essex crime spree. Merchant plays serial rapist and killer Stephen Port, while Smith plays Sarah Sak, the mother of Anthony Walgate, his first victim. Winstone, daughter of Ray Winstone, plays Donna Taylor, sister of victim Jack Taylor.

    The series, which is directed by David Blair (Reg), tell the story from the point of view of the families of Port’s victims
    See full article at Deadline »

    ‘Lego Movie 2’ Builds Weaker Than Expected Opening Weekend

    • The Wrap
    ‘Lego Movie 2’ Builds Weaker Than Expected Opening Weekend
    Warner Bros.’ “The Lego Movie 2” will take the top spot at the box office this weekend, but after grossing $8.5 million on Friday from 4,303 screens, it is in danger of falling well below box office expectations.

    Prior to the weekend, trackers and WB had the film opening to $50-52 million, while analysts who spoke to TheWrap said it had a strong chance of opening closer to the $69 million made by the first “Lego Movie” in 2014. Instead, it’s now estimated to make just $31 million this weekend. While there’s a chance for that estimate to rebound from families attending Saturday matinees, this is bad news for an animated film that sports a reported budget of $100 million.

    The one bright spot for this sequel is that critic and audience reception has been strong. It currently has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 85 percent
    See full article at The Wrap »

    ‘Lego Movie 2’ Disappoints With $34.6 Million Opening Weekend

    • The Wrap
    After the worst Super Bowl box office weekend in 19 years, analysts were hoping and expecting this weekend to provide a big rebound with the release of Warner Bros.’ “The Lego Movie 2.” But the sequel to Warner Animation Group’s 2014 hit is falling surprisingly below tracker expectations, grossing just $34.6 million in its opening weekend from 4,303 screens.

    Both WB and independent trackers had been expecting an opening of $50 million, below the $69 million of its predecessor but on the level of its 2017 spinoff, “The Lego Batman Movie.” Instead, “Lego Movie 2,” which has a reported production budget of $100 million, is falling closer to the opening of “The Lego Ninjago Movie,” which opened to $20 million in September 2017.

    This is bad news for Warner Animation Group, which launched with “The Lego Movie” and has been leaning on the toy franchise as its core moneymaker. Critics and audiences do seem to be enjoying the sequel, which has
    See full article at The Wrap »

    Berlin Film Review: ‘God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya’

    Watching a woman take control of her destiny after being told she’s worthless can make for one of cinema’s more empowering moments, but how satisfying is it really when her struggle for self-esteem takes a back seat to the happiness of being validated by a handsome man? “God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya” positions itself as a feminist cry against a patriarchal Macedonia in the grips of bullying machismo and hidebound religion, yet the genial rushed ending undercuts its gender-equality thrust by presenting Petrunya’s emotional savior as a mustachioed guy in uniform.

    Teona Strugar Mitevska (“I Am from Titov Veles”) delivers her most focused film to date, with a concentrated plot mined — at times over-mined — for opportunities reinforcing the ways ignorant tradition traps women in subservient roles, yet her finale panders to audiences wanting their bitter draft to finish with a sweetened aftertaste. The film undoubtedly has
    See full article at Variety - Film News »

    Song You Need to Know: Angel Bat Dawid, ‘We Are Starzz’

    In a recent interview with Qwest, Chicago jazz artist Angel Bat Dawid discussed the importance of cultivating a tight bond with her bandmates. “We went grocery shopping and sat down and had a meal together like a real family,” the multi-instrumentalist and composer explained of her group’s recent trip to New York’s Winter Jazzfest. “The way we cook together is the way we play together, like everyone is trying to make the other person sound good.”

    That sensitivity and compassion also pervade Dawid’s new album, The Oracle,
    See full article at Rolling Stone »

    Academy’s Sci-Tech Awards Honor Motion Graphics, Facial Capture Technology, Adobe

    Academy’s Sci-Tech Awards Honor Motion Graphics, Facial Capture Technology, Adobe
    Ahead of this year’s hostless Oscars, the Motion Picture Academy’s Scientific and Technical Awards, held Saturday night, proved it was possible to have an uncontroversial, enjoyable ceremony…complete with an emcee.

    The Sci-Tech Awards honor technological innovators from the film industry who are rarely seen in front of the camera. The evening’s master of ceremonies, actor David Oyelowo, kept the mood light by lauding the tech award show over the Oscars and connecting with the honorees over the common mispronunciation of their foreign last names.

    “These are the real unsung heroes of moviemaking, and I just love how selfless they are,” Oyelowo told Variety. “These guys spend tireless amounts of hours perfecting the things that make movies great. It’s a real honor to get to serve them tonight.”

    Honorees were previously announced in December after being chosen by the Academy for their groundbreaking contributions to filmmaking and special effects.
    See full article at Variety - Film News »

    Jonah Hill Wants to ‘Challenge Traditional Masculinity’

    Jonah Hill Wants to ‘Challenge Traditional Masculinity’
    First-time director Jonah Hill said he’s looking to “challenge traditional masculinity” as a filmmaker. Hill made the remarks while in Berlin to tout “Mid90s,” a coming-of-age story about a 13-year-old boy who falls in with a group of L.A. skate punks, which is screening in the Panorama program at the Berlinale.

    Described by Variety as “a slice of street life made up of skittery moments that achieve a bone-deep reality,” “Mid90s” unspools in an angsty world of youthful insecurity and uncertainty that the director said was typical of the film’s Clinton-era America.

    “Traditional masculinity was not to show emotion, not to show sensitivity, not to show vulnerability, because it’s ‘feminine’ or, God forbid, ‘gay’ to do so,” he said. “What that does, and what we’ve seen, is that it leads to a lot of horrible behavior, and a lot of bad actions.”

    Hill,
    See full article at Variety - Film News »

    Halsey on ‘SNL’: 3 Sketches You Have to See

    Halsey on ‘SNL’: 3 Sketches You Have to See
    You never know what you’re going to get when an artist primarily known for their musical talents hosts Saturday Night Live. For every Bruno Mars and Ariana Grande (incredible surprises) you get a Blake Shelton or Justin Bieber (expected train wrecks). Halsey ended up somewhere squarely in the middle: You could see glimpses of what could have been throughout the episode, but she rarely got a chance to either impress or fall flat on her face.

    She started off the show with what had to have been one of
    See full article at Rolling Stone »

    John Prine Music Documentary Lands at Sony Classics

    • The Wrap
    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all rights worldwide to Zachary Fuhrer’s documentary about singer-songwriter John Prine, tentatively titled “John Prine: Hello in There.”

    Currently in postproduction, the film tells the mysterious story of Prine, who broke through with an album he wrote as a mailman in the Chicago suburbs, and went on to create some of the strangest, funniest, most surreal and most enduring songs of our time, including “Angel From Montgomery.”

    Fuhrer and Patrick Doyle co-wrote the film, which Doyle also produced. RadicalMedia is a production partner on the film, which will be released theatrically.

    Also Read: David Crosby Documentary 'Remember My Name' Acquired By Sony Pictures Classics

    The filmmakers followed Prine as he prepared to release his first album of new songs in 13 years, tracking his appearances at Radio City Music Hall and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The film includes interviews with Prine’s friends and peers,
    See full article at The Wrap »

    Sony Pictures Classics Acquires John Prine Documentary

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all rights worldwide to the John Prine documentary tentatively titled “John Prine: Hello in There,” which is in post-production. Spc is planning a theatrical release.

    The film tells the story of the singer/songwriter who has “notoriously been very mysterious to much of the public,” Spc said. Prine broke through with an album he wrote as a mailman in the Chicago suburbs, and went on “to create some of the strangest, funniest, most surreal and most enduring songs of our time.”

    The moviemakers began filming Prine as he prepared to release his first album of new songs in 13 years, and follows him throughout a resurgence that has taken him from Radio City Music Hall to the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

    The film, made with the support of Prine’s family, includes interviews with his friends and peers, including young songwriters he helped shape, such as Sturgill Simpson,
    See full article at Variety - Film News »

    See ‘SNL’ Tackle Media’s Obsession With Jeff Bezos Blackmail Scandal

    See ‘SNL’ Tackle Media’s Obsession With Jeff Bezos Blackmail Scandal
    In a week that featured the divisive State of the Union and the Virginia governor facing a blackface scandal, Saturday Night Live‘s Meet the Press instead cold-opened with another story dominating headlines: The National Enquirer‘s alleged blackmail of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

    “We’re all highly respected journalists, so when all is said and done, what do you think Jeff Bezos’ penis will look like,” Kyle Mooney’s Chuck Todd asked. “I know normally high-minded journalists wouldn’t talk about something like this, but it does involve the
    See full article at Rolling Stone »

    Neil Burger’s ‘Voyagers’ Travels Widely in Berlin Deals

    Agc has closed a raft of presales on Neil Burger’s sci-fi thriller “Voyagers” in Berlin. The film, from Burger’s Nota Bene Productions and Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road Films, has been a hot title in Berlin and Agc sealed the deals after Burger and Iwanyk gave a presentation to buyers in Agc’s suite at the Ritz on day one of the market.

    In Germany, Telepool has taken the rights, in Spain, Portugal and Lat-Am they are with Sun, and in the Benelux region with The Searchers.

    Rights have also been taken in Russia (Nashe Kino), Eastern Europe (Vertical Entertainment), the Middle East, Turkey, India, and Greece (Italia), Taiwan (Deepjoy), Indonesia (Cinema 21), the Philippines (Pioneer), and Israel (United King).

    Burger (“The Upside”) will write and direct “Voyagers,” which tells the story of 30 children sent into space on a mission to reach and populate a newly discovered planet. The adult captain is killed,
    See full article at Variety - Film News »

    Rob Lowe Deletes Tweet Joking About ‘Chief’ Elizabeth Warren After Backlash

    • The Wrap
    Rob Lowe Deletes Tweet Joking About ‘Chief’ Elizabeth Warren After Backlash
    Rob Lowe on Saturday tweeted and deleted a joking reference to U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and her past claims to Native American ancestry.

    “Elizabeth Warren would bring a whole new meaning to Commander in ‘Chief,'” the former “West Wing” and “Parks and Recreation” star wrote on Saturday — before deleting the tweet after online outcry, including from many fellow Hollywood figures.

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    “It was a joke and some peeps got upset, and that’s never my intention,” Lowe wrote in a follow-up tweet late Saturday. “On the Good side: I just got to use the Oxford comma!”

    (Note to the actor: The Oxford comma actually refers to a comma used at the end of a written list of at least three items, as in the comma before the and here: Larry, Curly, and Moe.)

    I deleted my Elizabeth Warren tweet. It was a joke and some peeps got upset,
    See full article at The Wrap »

    Berlin: Israeli Director Says Spy Thriller 'The Operative' Steers Clear of Politics

    If Mossad spy thriller?The Operative,?which has Iran as a backdrop, can steer clear of tortured Middle East politics and remain politically even-handed, that was precisely the aim of Yuval Adler, who touted his latest movie at the Berlin Film Festival on Sunday.

    The Israeli director told a press conference that he set out to create a human drama with no good guys and bad guys. "It's not about car chases and shooting. It's about emotion and perception," Adler said of his fast-paced thriller that is part of the Berlin competition lineup and that ...
    See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »

    Movie Trailers This Week: 'The Sun is Also a Star,' 'Child's Play,' 'Shaft' and More

    Movie Trailers This Week: 'The Sun is Also a Star,' 'Child's Play,' 'Shaft' and More
    With Super Bowl ads , this week in new movie trailers included a release of four teasers from Guillermo del Toro's Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, two Captain Marvel clips, along with content from Avengers: Endgame, Alita: Battle Angel, Toy Story 4, Wonder Park and Jordan Peele's latest horror film, Us, starring Lupita Nyong'o and Elisabeth Moss.

    An adaptation of The Sun Is Also a Star starring Grown-ish lead Yara Shahidi debuted its first trailer, and Samuel L. Jackson's Shaft was an audience favorite.

    Watch all of the movie's trailers from this week here:
    See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »

    Berlin: Sony Pictures Classics Buys Worldwide Rights to John Prine Documentary

    Sony Pictures Classics has picked up worldwide rights to an upcoming documentary on the life of singer/songwriter John Prine ('Angel From Montgomery').

    Tentatively titled John Prine: Hello in There, the documentary, from director Zachary Fuhrer, tells Prine's plucked from obscurity tale. Working as a mailman in the Chicago suburbs, Prine was discovered by film critic and Chicago Sun-Times columnist Roger Ebert who heard Prine sing at an open mic gig and wrote about him in the paper. The article landed Prine a record deal and he was off on a decades-long career that has taken him from Radio City Music ...
    See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »
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