Thursday, May 31, 2018

Negromancer News Bits and Bites from May 27th to 31st, 2018 - Update #12

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MOVIES - From Variety:  Sony and the producers of the horror film "Slender Man" are clashing, so the film may leave Sony.

COMICS-FILM - From Deadline:  Jamie Foxx is set to star in Blumhouse's revival of the comic book, "Spawn," as a film.  "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane will write and direct the new film.  The first Spawn movie was released in 1998.

TELEVISION - From Variety:  In the wake of a racist tweet posted by Rosanne Barr on Tuesday morning (May 29th, 2018), ABC has cancelled its "Rosanne" revival.

From Variety:  Roseanne Barr's agency, ICM Partners, has dropped her as a client.

From Variety:  Stars and celebrities react to ABC cancelling "Roseanne."

COMICS-FILM - From WeGotThisCovered:  There has been a test screening for "X-Men: Dark Phoenix," and this article contains spoilers.

BOX OFFICE - From Variety:  The winner of the 2018 Memorial Day holiday weekend box office is "Solo: A Star Wars Story" with an estimated total of $103 million.

From BoxOfficeMojo:  The winner of the 5/25 to 5/27/2018 weekend box office is "Solo: A Star Wars Story" with an estimated take of $83.3.  The weekend will run four days because of the Memorial Day holiday.

From BoxOfficeMojo:  April domestic box office tops $1 billion for the first time.

From THR:  "Solo: A Star Wars Story" opens at $10.1 million in China - good for third place.

SCANDAL - From NPR:  Rose McGowan: Put Me On The Stand Against Weinstein

POLITICS - From THR:  In a wide ranging feature, Spike Lee talks about many things, especially President Trump.

MOVIES - From ThePlaylist:  Oscar-nominated filmmaker, DenisVilleneuve, says his film adaptation of the legendary science fiction novel, "Dune," will be released in two parts.

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