by Leroy Douresseaux a.k.a. "I Reads You"
You can support Leroy via Paypal or on Patreon:
ENTERTAINMENT AND CULTURE NEWS:
TELEVISION - From Deadline: ABC has cancelled the Hilary Swank-led drama, "Alaska Daily," after one season.
MOVIES - From THR: Oscar-nominee, Willem Dafoe, is joining "Beetlejuice 2," which is due Sept. 2024.
TELEVISION - From THR: The CW has cancelled "The Winchesters," the prequel to its long-running fantasy drama, "Supernatural," after one season. The broadcast network also cancelled "Kung Fu" after three seasons.
From CBR: Executive producer, Jensen Ackles, is not ready to let "The Winchesters" die in the wake of its cancellation by The CW.
MOVIES - From CBR: Despite saying that he would NOT, Dwayne Johnson apparently does appear as his character "Luke Hobbs" in the upcoming "Fast X."
MOVIES/TRAILERS - From EW: There is a trailer for "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3." The film is due in theaters Sept. 8, 2023.
DISNEY - From Variety: Disney+ is adding Hulu content for a "one-app experience" to begin later this year. The price for Disney+ will increase, also.
CANNES - From Deadline: FilmNation is bringing is Maria Callas biopic starring Angelina Jolie to the Cannes film market. Callas was a Greco-American opera singer (soprano) who was one of the most influential of the 20th century.
TELEVISION - From Deadline: NBC's "Night Court" reboot welcomes back actress Marsha Warfield, who starred as "Roz" in the original series.
SCANDAL - From CBSNews: A federal jury in New York City found former President Donald Trump liable for battery (sexual abuse) and defamation in a civil trial stemming from allegations he raped the writer, E. Jean Carroll, in a Bergdorf Goodman department store dressing room in the mid-1990s. She was awarded $5 million total in damages.
MOVIES - From Variety: "Beetlejuice 2" is set for release September 6, 2024. Original stars Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder return. Jenna Ortega, the star of Netflix's "Wednesday," will play the daughter of Ryder's character, "Lydia Deetz."
SCANDAL - From THR: Marvel Studios star, Jonathan Majors ("Kang the Conqueror") appears in court virtually to answer the assault charges against his girlfriend from March 25th.
MOVIES/TRAILERS - From Variety: Warners Bros. has released a trailer for "Met 2: The Trench," a sequel to the 2018 hit, "The Meg." Both films star Jason Statham.
AMAZON - From Deadline: Amazon Studios has formed Amazon MGM Studios Distribution, which will license Amazon original and the MGM library to the international market.
BOX OFFICE - From BoxOfficePro: Th e winner of the 5/5 to 2/7/2023 weekend box office is Marvel Studios' "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" with an estimated total of 114 million dollars.
From Here: A Negromancer movie review of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" by Leroy Douresseaux.
TELEVISION - From Deadline: CBS has uncancelled "S.W.A.T." The police drama will return for a seventh and final season.
From Deadline: A surge in ratings could not save "S.W.A.T." from being cancelled by CBS. The last episode of this current season (the 6th) will serve as the series finale.
From Variety: The Spanish-born American graphic artist, Frank Kozik, has died at the age of 61, Saturday, May 6, 2023. He designed the album cover art for Queens of the Stone Age's 1998 debut album, "Queens of the Stone Age" and for The Offspring's 1998 LP, "Americana." He also designed concert posters for such musical acts as Butthole Surfers, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Soundgarden, to name a few.
From Deadline: President Joe Biden speaks on the Writers Guild of America strike.
From Deadline: Retaliation! The studios have starting informing writer-producers who have "overall" and "first-look" deals that such deals are being suspended.
From Deadline: Retaliation! Prolific HBO creator, David Simon, who is best known for "The Wire," is one of the many writers who have had their overall deals suspended the studios due to the WGA strike. Simon has been with HBO for 25 years.
From Deadline: The Writers Guild of America (WGA) is on strike.
From Deadline: Disney, HBO/HBO Max, and CBS have sent letters to showrunners (the TV equivalent of film directors) instructing them to return to work, inspite of the writer's strike.
From Deadline: The WGA's chief negotiator, Ellen Stutzman, talks about the state of the writers' strike, including the lack of engagement on the part of the strike's other party, AMPTP.
From Deadline: What went wrong between the WGA and AMPTP? What could they not agree on that led to a strike?
From Deadline: The site explains the WGA strike: the issues, the stakes, movies and TV shows affected, and how long it might last.
Post a Comment