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Ice Cube is Making a Screen Capture Sci-Fi Thriller with the Director of ‘Wanted’

Just two years ago, Wanted and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter director Timur Bekmambetov said he was developing no less than 14 movies that would use his Screenlife screen capture technology to tell stories that unfolded across the screens of computers, tablets, and phones. This narrative format has already been used with the likes of Host, Searching, Unfriended, and the sequel, Unfriended: Dark Web, which Bekmambetov produced. Now he’s got a new screen capture movie being fast-tracked at Univ...
Tags: London, Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Los Angeles, Thriller, Sydney, Universal, Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, Timur-Bekmambetov, Bekmambetov, Ice-Cube, Rich Lee, Patrick Aiello, Kenneth Golde

The Best TV Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in October 2020

As another month bites the dust, it’s time to say goodbye to some titles on Netflix. So nhere are the best movies leaving Netflix in October 2020. Parks & Recreation: Seasons 1-7 Parks and Recreation is leaving Netflix and heading to Peacock. And sure, Peacock is free – but it also has commercials. So your last chance to watch Leslie Knope and all her wacky pals commercial-free, outside of buying a Blu-ray or digital release, is this month. After that, come October, it’s time to say goodb...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Tim Burton, Los Angeles, Fbi, Netflix, Cruise, Johnny Depp, Parks and Recreation, Christopher Walken, Seattle, Tom Cruise, Jason Sudeikis, Sleepy Hollow, Parks, Hopkins

Review: Kajillionaire

— by RON WILKINSON — Three down-on-their luck locals shuffle through what may be the seediest neighborhood in Los Angeles. The dust, trash and heat have sucked the life out of everything in sight, desiccating the forlorn trio into little more than ragged floppy clothes that turn them into depression dust bowl scarecrows. They sneak […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Los Angeles, Richard Jenkins, Debra Winger, Ron Wilkinson, Evan Rachel Wood

Jake Gyllenhaal and Antoine Fuqua Thriller ‘The Guilty’ Heads to Netflix

The Guilty is heading to Netflix, as the streaming giant has landed the rights to the Jake Gyllenhaal and Antoine Fuqua remake of the Danish thriller in a $30 million deal. It’s the latest high-profile acquisition by the streaming giant in recent weeks, which include movies starring Halle Berry, Zendaya, and others. Deadline reports that Netflix has acquired the worldwide rights to The Guilty, a one-location thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal set to reunite the actor with his Southpaw directo...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Netflix, Jake-Gyllenhaal, Thriller, Halle Berry, Remakes, Southpaw, Gyllenhaal, Antoine-Fuqua, Fuqua, Disney Apple, Nic Pizzolatto, Riva Marker, Christian Mercuri, Gustav Möller

Regal Cinemas’ Parent Company Reports Losses of $1.6 Billion With “No Certainty” in Future

The future of Regal Cinemas is looking pretty grim. Cineworld Group, the exhibition giant and parent company to Regal, reported a loss of a whopping $1.6 billion in the first half of 2020, with “no certainty” as to what impact the pandemic could have on the company in the future. With a major chain like Regal on its knees, it doesn’t bode well for the theater exhibition business, as studios become increasingly reluctant to release any more major titles this year. In a conversation with inves...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, California, Amc, Disney, Los Angeles, James Bond, Exhibition, Cineworld, Pixar, West Side Story, Regal, Regal Cinemas, Business and Industry News, Cineworld Group

‘Songbird’, the Michael Bay-Produced Pandemic Thriller, Accused of Not Following COVID Safety Protocols

Songbird, a new thriller movie produced by Michael Bay which filmed in Los Angeles this summer, seems to have had a shaky journey through production. A recent article quotes a source from the film’s set, and the source accuses the movie of not following all of the proper COVID-19 safety protocols during its short 19-day shoot. Get the alleged Songbird COVID details below. Songbird takes place two years in the future, when the pandemic has mutated and lockdowns have become more intense. The f...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Romance, Michael-Bay, Los Angeles, Songbird, Nico, Stx Entertainment, Sara, Demi Moore, Riverdale, Action/Adventure, Sofia Carson, Gossip/Controversy, Adam Mason, K J Apa

Alan Arkin Exits The Kominsky Method Ahead of the Final Season

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Alan Arkin Exits The Kominsky Method Ahead of the Final Season According to Deadline, Academy Award winner Alan Arkin will no longer be reprising his Emmy-nominated role as Norman Newlander in the upcoming final season of Netflix’s The Kominsky Method. The outlet notes that Arkin’s exit had been decided long before the series scored its third season renewal last July, with the 86-year-old veteran actor being the one adamant to not continue beyond Season 2. RELATED: The Tr...
Tags: TV, Movies, Los Angeles, Chicago, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Jane Seymour, Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, Chuck Lorre, Alan Arkin, Paul Reiser, Arkin, The Kominsky Method, Norman Newlander

Homebuyer migration rates reach highest level since 2017: Redfin

At a national level, 28.7 percent of Redfin.com users looked to move to a different metro area during July and August, according to a new migration report.
Tags: Milwaukee, New York City, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Remote Work, Data, Analysis, Chicago, Austin, Radio, Agent, Las Vegas, Tampa, Redfin, Phoenix

The Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, All American & More Set Production Start Dates

The Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, All American & More Set Production Start Dates According to Deadline, a number of Greg Berlanti shows are set to commence production in the near future. The biggest of the bunch appears to be Supergirl, which is set to begin filming its sixth and final season in Vancouver on Monday, September 28 “pending a deal with the local unions to comply with SAG’s testing guidelines which has proven difficult.” RELATED: RANKED: The 12 Best Designs by the Late Ron Co...
Tags: TV, Movies, Kung Fu, Dc Comics, Los Angeles, TV News, The Cw, Vancouver, Dc, Riverdale, Greg Berlanti, Sag, SEP, Berlanti Prods, HBO Max, Jai Courtney Teases Team Dynamic

‘Equal’ Trailer: HBO Max Docuseries Highlights the Unsung Heroes of the LGBTQ+ Rights Movement

HBO Max is churning out some quality documentaries and docuseries, the latest of which highlights the unsung heroes of the LGBTQ+ rights movement. Equal, which comes from executive producers Greg Berlanti (Love, Simon) and Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), is a new four-part docuseries that chronicles this unknown time in the LGBTQ+ movement through a mixture of archival footage and recreations from a star-studded cast that includes Samira Wiley, Cheyenne Jackson, Anthony Rapp, and more. Watch...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Documentary, Lgbt, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Gay, Jim Parsons, Stonewall, Mattachine Society, Billy Porter, Equal, Compton Cafeteria, Greg Berlanti Love Simon

The Guilty: Netflix Acquires Jake Gyllenhaal & Antoine Fuqua Thriller Film

The Guilty: Netflix Acquires Jake Gyllenhaal & Antoine Fuqua Thriller Film Netflix has reportedly acquired worldwide rights to the upcoming thriller film The Guilty in a $30 million deal, according to Deadline. The movie reunites Southpaw’s Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler) and Antoine Fuqua (Training Day), with Gyllenhaal set to star and Fuqua directing. The movie is based on the Danish drama Den Skyldige directed by Gustav Moller. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAl...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Chicago, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Showtime, Gyllenhaal, Antoine Fuqua, Ethan Miller Getty, Fuqua, Jake Gyllenhaal Nightcrawler, Movie News, Gary Michael Walters, Riva Marker, Gustav Möller, Lina Flint

The 52 worst movies made by iconic directors — from Spielberg to Scorsese

"Gemini Man" Paramount Even some of the best, most iconic directors have made at least one critically reviled film. We turned to Rotten Tomatoes to find the worst reviewed movies of 52 acclaimed filmmakers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Most of the greatest film directors in history have swung and missed on occasion. Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, and numerous other critically acclaimed directors have directed at least one movie that critics tore apart. For t...
Tags: New York Post, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Media, Entertainment, Washington Post, Tim Burton, Disney, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Features, Chicago, New York Times

How Will Movie Theaters Survive Into 2021? Our 4 Burning Questions (And Possible Answers)

The fall/winter movie season has just effectively been torpedoed. Today, Disney announced that their big winter 2020 titles Black Widow and West Side Story have been pushed to 2021, while Death on the Nile has moved from October to December 2020. While there are still movies holding onto to their upcoming 2020 dates – No Time to Die from MGM, Wonder Woman 1984 and Dune from Warner Bros. – it sure seems like those release dates will be pushed any day now. Which asks a big question: how do movie ...
Tags: New York, Movies, Disney, America, Los Angeles, Features, Netflix, Nato, Sony, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Bros, MGM, Tenet, West Side Story, Ben Pearson, Corcoran

Liv Tyler Exits Fox’s 9-1-1: Lone Star Ahead of Season 2

Liv Tyler Exits Fox’s 9-1-1: Lone Star Ahead of Season 2 According to Deadline, Lord of the Rings alum Liv Tyler will officially not be reprising her lead role as paramedic EMS captain Michelle Blake in the upcoming second season of Fox’s 9-1-1: Lone Star. Her decision was due to pandemic-related concerns involving family and travel as she had been traveling back-and-forth from London to Los Angeles during the production of the first season. The 43-year-old actress’ character will not be rec...
Tags: TV, New York, London, Movies, Los Angeles, Austin, Fox, TV News, Rob Lowe, Ryan Murphy, Ewan McGregor, Jim Parsons, EMS, Michelle, Lowe, Golden Globe

Michael Chapman, Cinematographer on ‘Taxi Driver’, ‘Raging Bull’, and More, Has Died

Michael Chapman, a filmmaker and cinematographer responsible for some fo the most memorable imagery in American film history, has died at the age of 84. Chapman’s long, impressive career included serving as Director of Photography on titles such as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, The Lost Boys, Ghostbusters II, The Fugitive, and, yes, even Space Jam. His directorial credits include the 1983 Tom Cruise movie All the Right Moves. Michael Chapman has died at the age of 84. Chapman died of congestive ...
Tags: Death, Movies, Los Angeles, Tom Cruise, Martin Scorsese, Chapman, Michael Chapman, Gordy, DOP, Hal Ashby, Marty Scorsese, Amy Holden Jones, Gordon Willis, Raoul Coutard, Michael Chapman Cinematographer, Martin Scorsese Philip Kaufman Ivan Reitman

Hulu’s Books of Blood Trailer: All Stories End Here

Hulu’s Books of Blood Trailer: All Stories End Here Hulu has released the official Books of Blood trailer for Brannon Braga’s upcoming film adaptation of Clive Barker’s classic horror anthology novel series. Premiering on Wednesday, October 7, the film follows a journey into uncharted territory through three tales tangled in space and time. You can check out the trailer now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; P...
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Los Angeles, Streaming, Salem, Hulu, Sarah Paulson, Clive Barker, Harlem, Braga, Simon, Mary, Bennett, Jenna

25 TV shows Netflix canceled even though critics loved them

"Marvel's Daredevil." Netflix Netflix often sees little value in long-running TV shows, which has led to some critically acclaimed series getting the boot early in their runs. We looked at 25 Netflix originals beloved by critics that were canceled, from "The Society" to "The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix doesn't love long-running TV shows and sometimes that means great shows get the ax early.The streaming giant has cancele...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, New York City, Time, Norman Lear, Los Angeles, Trends, Society, Features, Chicago, Fox, Netflix, Atlantic, New York Times

Shonda Rhimes is worth at least $135 million, thanks to her #TGIT lineup and a history-making Netflix deal — see how she makes and spends her fortune

Shonda Rhimes is one of the most successful women in TV. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP Shonda Rhimes has an estimated net worth of $135 million. The success of her Shondaland line-up, which includes "Grey's Anatomy," has made her a historic figure in TV and led to a multimillion-dollar Netflix deal. Rhimes is the first Black woman to showrun a successful primetime drama on a broadcast network and one of the highest-paid showrunners in TV. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. At ...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Shonda Rhimes, Media, Entertainment, Abc, Life, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Strategy, Features, Netflix, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Dartmouth

Two Musicians Tour for 365 Days in 'After So Many Days' Doc Trailer

"You need to carry on chasing it, ’cause you're going to find it." Gravitas has released an official trailer for an indie homemade documentary titled After So Many Days, from filmmakers / musicians Jim Hanft & Samantha Yonack, telling their own story. After a decade of making music together, Jim and Sam (official website), a recently married singer/songwriter duo from Los Angeles, were not the conventionally successful band they hoped they'd be. Feeling stuck and anxious about their future, ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Los Angeles, Documentaries, Sam, Jim, To Watch, Jim Hanft Samantha Yonack

‘Tenet’ Box Office Crosses the $250 Million Mark Globally, But Still Lags in the U.S.

Tenet has hit a major box office milestone, crossing the $250 million mark at the global box office. But while all is rosy for Christopher Nolan‘s spy film overseas, the Tenet box office numbers continue to stall in the U.S., where it earned a paltry $4.7 million in its third weekend. Variety reports that international ticket sales have pushed Tenet passed the $250 million mark in global ticket sales, even as the Warner Bros. film struggles to bring in audiences in U.S. theaters. The oversea...
Tags: Japan, Christopher Nolan, New York, Movies, California, La, China, Disney, Los Angeles, Box Office, Warner Bros, Orange County, Warner Brothers, Tenet, Dinesh D Souza, Joel Kinnaman

How to watch the 2020 virtual Emmy Awards tonight

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. ABC The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards air tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.As a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the event will be held virtually, with nominees filmed remotely from their homes. If you sign in with a participating TV provider, you can stream the Emmys through ABC.com or the ABC app in select markets. Live TV streaming services that include ABC, like Hulu + Live TV, FuboTV,AT&T T...
Tags: Reviews, Hbo, TV, Jimmy Kimmel, Entertainment, Abc, Samsung, Los Angeles, Trends, Shows, Streaming, Hulu, Emmys, Staples Center, Microsoft Theater, Steven Cohen

The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Get Organized' to 'Away'

"Away." Diyah Pera/Netflix Netflix's space drama "Away" is the streamer's most popular series for the second week in a row. Netflix introduced daily top lists of the most popular titles on the streaming service in February. Streaming search engine Reelgood keeps track of the lists and provides Business Insider with a rundown of the week's most popular TV shows on Netflix. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix's new space drama "Away" continues to attract viewers, main...
Tags: TV, Media, Entertainment, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Features, Netflix, Streaming, Ash, Hilary Swank, Rotten Tomatoes, Daniel, Johnny, Julie, Joanna

Watch the Full ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ Table Read with Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston & More

As promised last month, a star-studded table read of the classic coming-of-age high school comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High unfolded this past week to raise funds for CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort), a nonprofit charity co-founded by Sean Penn, one of the film’s co-stars. But the cast of the table read didn’t include any other actors from the original movie. Instead, the Fast Times and Ridgemont High table read (virtually) starred the likes of Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Julia Robe...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Jimmy-Kimmel, Los Angeles, Events, Jennifer-Aniston, Morgan-Freeman, Universal, Eric Garcetti, Cameron Crowe, Sean-Penn, Mark, Pitt, Fast Times, Aniston, Spicoli

This Week In Trailers: The Comedy Store, After So Many Days, I Am Greta, Wolfwalkers, Bigorexia

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we pay a visit to a historic comedy venue, live on the road to try to hit it big, save the world, catch the latest by Oscar-caliber...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Ireland, This Week In Trailers, Paris, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Sam, Atlantic Ocean, Robyn, Asperger, Jim, Greta, Moore

Comedian Ziwe Fumudoh on 5 lessons she's learned from breaking into the world of comedy, and her best advice for aspiring performers

Ziwe Fumudoh is a creative and comedian based in New York who runs her own Instagram live comedy show. Corbin Chase Ziwe Fumudoh is a 28-year-old comedian, writer, and performer based in Brooklyn, New York. She's the creator and host of a weekly Instagram Live comedy show where she interviews controversial guests, like Alison Roman, Alyssa Milano, and Rose McGowan, and "baits" them with race-related questions to expose their biases. Fumudoh began her comedy career as an intern for Comedy C...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Celebrities, Instagram, Massachusetts, Alyssa Milano, Los Angeles, Trends, Strategy, Racism, Hillary Clinton, Showtime, Illinois, Bet, Nordic, Northwestern University

Entertainment industry treading water after 6 months of coronavirus restrictions

Entertainment happens in gathering places, which is what officials are trying to discourage to combat the novel coronavirus. When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in March, few people could have imagined a world without places to go for entertainment: no amusement parks, no multiplexes for movies, no theaters or festival grounds for concerts, no casinos. But not only did all those venues close, most haven’t reopened. And as we head into fall, no one knows when they will come back. They are part o...
Tags: Gaming, Movies, California, La, Disney, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Commerce, Metallica, Beverly Hills, Seaworld, Diplo, Disneyland, Orange County

Actor Danny Masterson’s lawyer denies and denounces rape charges

By ANDREW DALTON | AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES — “That ’70s Show” actor Danny Masterson, charged with raping three women, made his first appearance Friday in a Los Angeles courtroom, where his attorney declared his innocence and denounced the charges against him as “politicized.” Masterson, 44, who has been free on bail since his June arrest, stood in court in a blue suit and face mask next to attorneys Tom Mesereau and Sharon Appelbaum, as the three women sat in the gallery. Masterson d...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, Celebrities, News, Instagram, Sexual Assault, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Netflix, Soccer, Bill Cosby, Kevin Hart, Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur, Andrew Dalton

Actor Danny Masterson appears in court on charges he raped 3 women

LOS ANGELES — Actor Danny Masterson — who is charged with raping three women at his Hollywood Hills home between 2001 and 2003 — made his first appearance Friday in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom but did not enter a plea. The 44-year-old actor known for appearing on “That ’70s Show” and “The Ranch” was ordered to return to court Oct. 19 for arraignment. Masterson was charged June 16 with three counts of forcible rape. He could face up to 45 years to life in state prison if convicted as charged...
Tags: Facebook, Celebrities, News, Instagram, Sexual Assault, Office, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, Soccer, Kevin Hart, Tupac Shakur, Danny Masterson, Masterson, Los Angeles Police Department, MDA

Emmy Awards show could go off the rails — and make for fun TV

Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Sunday’s socially distanced Emmy Awards telecast won’t look anything like it usually does. And that could be a good thing. Late-night funny guy Jimmy Kimmel will host the event from Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, but there will be no audience or traditional red-carpet festivities. Instead, nominees will be stationed in their homes (or other locales) with special camera-and-mic rigs. Organizers say they will be able to tap into live feeds from 130 loca...
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How to watch the 2020 Emmy Awards on September 20

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. ABC The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards will be broadcast on September 20 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.As a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the event will be held virtually, with nominees filmed remotely from their homes. If you sign in with a participating TV provider, you can stream the Emmys through ABC.com or the ABC app in select markets. Live TV streaming services that include ABC, like Hulu + ...
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