by Leroy Douresseaux a.k.a. "I Reads You"
ENTERTAINMENT AND CULTURE NEWS:
TELEVISION - From Deadline: CBS dramas, "SEAL Team" and "Clarice" will be moving to the Paramount+ streaming service for the 2021-22 TV season.
TELEVISION - From Deadline: ABC has renewed "Black-ish" for an eighth and final season. The series is currently wrapping up its seventh season.
DISNEY - From Deadline: Boyd Holbrook and Shaunette Renée Wilson ("The Resident") are set to co-star opposite Harrison Ford in the next installment in the Indiana Jones series at Disney and Lucasfilm.
ANIMATION - From BleedingCool: There are new images from "Monsters at Work," the Disney+ sequel TV series to Pixar's "Monsters, Inc."
STREAMING - From Deadline: Actress Kathryn Hahn ("WandaVision") has joined the cast of director Rian Johnson's "Knives Out 2"
TELEVISION - From Deadline: The CW is expanding to primetime Saturday night with new programming, starring this Fall with the 2021-22 television season.
MOVIES - From Deadline: Actor Robert De Niro has apparently suffered a leg injury while in Oklahoma to film "Killers of the Flower Moon." The injury is apparently not related to the film's production, but the extent of the injury is not known.
MOVIES - From WeGotThisCovered: In 1996, Michael Jordan starred in the live-action/animation hybrid, "Space Jam." Now, comes word that Jordan will appear in the LeBron James-led sequel, "Space Jam: A New Legacy," which is due in August.
STREAMING - From Variety: The "Friends" reunion special, which will reunite the leads of NBC's late sitcom, "Friends," will debut on HBO Max May 27th. The special also has a teaser trailer.
MOVIES - From EW: "Entertainment Weekly" has a first-look at Henry Golding in the upcoming "Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins." The film is due in theaters July 23rd, 2021.
ANIMATION - From WeGotThisCovered: The first photos from Netflix's upcoming animated series, "Masters of the Universe: Revelation," have emerged. Although it is a reboot, "Revelation" will apparently follow the continuity of the 1983-85 "Masters of the Universe" animated series.
MUSIC - From RollingStone: The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has officially announced this year’s inductees: Foo Fighters, The Go-Go’s, Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd Rundgren, and Tina Turner will join the class of 2021 in the Performers category.
CELEBRITY - From Variety: HBCU Howard University is reestablishing its College of Fine Arts, and its new dean will be beloved actress Phylicia Rashad, most famously of NBC's former series, "The Cosby Show" (1984-92). Rashad is an alumna of the Howard (1970).
TELEVISION - From Deadline: "2020-21 TV Cancellations & Renewals For Broadcast, Cable & Streaming": Here is Deadline’s list of renewals and cancellations for TV series on broadcast, cable and streaming services from August 2020 to present (excluding syndicated shows), with new series in bold.
STREAMING - From Deadline: Oscar-nominated actor Edward Norton has been cast in the "Knives Out" sequel, which is due from writer-director Rian Johnson and Netflix.
TELEVISION - From Variety: Fox has cancelled its crime drama series, "Prodigal Son," starring Tom Payne and Michael Sheen, after two seasons. The May 18th season finale will now also be the series finale.
CELEBRITY - From PopSugar: Are Bennifer (Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck) a thing again?
STREAMING - From Deadline: Leonardo DiCaprio has revealed a first-look at his next film, "Killers of the Flower Moon," from Apple Original Films and directed by Martin Scorsese. The film, which also stars Robert De Niro, has begun production.
BOX OFFICE - From Variety: The winner of the 5/7 to 5/9/2021 weekend box office is Guy Ritchie's "Wrath of Man" (starring Jason Statham) with an estimated gross of 8.1 million dollars.
OSCARS - From YahooEntertainment: When she did not win in the "Best Song" Oscar category at the recent 93rd Academy Awards, songwriter Diane Warren became the woman with the most nominations without a win in Oscar history. Warren is 0-for-12, but she is taking that in stride. And she might get a another nomination next year.
GOLDEN GLOBES - From Variety: "Black Widow" star and Oscar-nominated and Tony Award-winning actress Scarlett Johansson speaks out against the HFPA, the organization with hands out the Golden Globes awards.
From Deadline: Netflix becomes the latest media organization to shun the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) over its attempts to ... change.
From Deadline: The actor, director, and producer, Norman Lloyd, has died at the age of 106, Tuesday, May 11, 2021. Lloyd worked in every facet of the entertainment industry, including theater, radio, television, and film. He worked with such luminaries as Charlie Chaplin, Orson Welles, and Alfred Hitchcock. He may be best known for his role on the former NBC television series, "St. Elsewhere (1982-88), as "Dr. Daniel Auschlander." Lloyd was also a two-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee.
From YahooSports: Former college and professional football player, Cole Brennan, has died at the age of 37, Tuesday, May 11, 2021. Brennan was the record-setting quarterback at the University of Hawaii from 2005 to 2007. He had a brief NFL career with the Washington Redskins and Oakland Raiders from 2008-2010.
From YahooLife: The former White House dog, Bo, has died at the age of 12, Saturday, May 8, 2021. A Portuguese water dog, Bo was the family dog of President Barack Obama and his family and was the White House dog from 2009-2017. Bo joined the family and entered the White House in April 2009.