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What to Expect From New York Comic Con's First Online Convention

We knew it was coming, but it hurts all the same: New York Comic Con’s 2020 convention is officially canceled in its physical form and moving to a digital experience. Much like DC’s new FanDome, NYCC hopes to capture as much magic as possible in an online setting, but for a significantly wider audience. For anyone…Read more...
Tags: Comics, New York, Dc, Lifehacks, Conventions, FanDome NYCC

‘Harriet the Spy’ is Becoming an Animated Series on Apple TV+

It’s been nearly 25 years since Harriet the Spy was turned into Nickelodeon’s first movie. An adaptation of  the 1964 children’s novel by Louise Fitzhugh, the film followed Michelle Trachtenberg in the coming-of-age adventures of the irrepressible and curious Harriet M. Welsch, a young girl who dreams of being a spy and practices her skills around New York. Now the book is being turned into an animated series at Apple TV+, and Beanie Feldstein (Booksmart, Lady Bird) will be voicing Harriet. A...
Tags: Apple, New York, Television, Movies, Animation, Adaptation, Jane-Lynch, Nickelodeon, Lacey Chabert, Harriet, Lisa Henson, Beanie Feldstein, Louise Fitzhugh, Jim Henson Company, Michelle Trachtenberg, Appletv

A Broadway Musical About Princess Diana is Headed to Netflix, Could More Stage Productions Do the Same?

Hamilton was a massive hit for Disney+, bringing the Tony-winning musical into living rooms around the world. So with plenty of stage theaters still shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, it only makes sense that streaming services would want to cash in on the desire to see more shows from the Broadway stage. Well, Netflix is the next streaming service to take the plunge by striking a deal to bring a new Broadway stage musical about the late Diana, Princess of Wales to their streaming libra...
Tags: New York, Movies, Wales, Disney, Netflix, Stage, Broadway, Princess Diana, Diana, Musical, Hamilton, Elizabeth, Tony, Diana Princess, Joe DiPietro, David Bryan

New York Comic Con 2020 Will Be Entirely Virtual, and Seems to Have Learned a Lesson from Comic-Con at Home’s Failure

Thanks to the pandemic, New York Comic Con is going fully virtual for its 15th edition. The physical event will not take place at New York City’s Javits Center as originally intended, but will instead shift to YouTube, which has partnered with the event’s organizers to become the exclusive streaming home of the pop culture convention. Continue reading to get the details about NYCC 2020, and to learn what lessons the convention seems to have learned from the abysmal failure of this summer’s Comi...
Tags: New York, Movies, Youtube, New York City, San Diego, Starz, Cbs, Javits Center, Nycc, New York Comic-Con, Comic Book/Superhero, Tech Stuff, Hulu FX, Coronavirus, Comic Con At Home, Lance Fensterman

‘Succession’ Season 3 Aims to Start Filming Later This Year

Succession season 3 was one of the many productions set to begin filming this spring, only to be shut down by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The stars of the Emmy-nominated HBO comedy drama were left in limbo as to when they could return to filming, as the pandemic stretched on through the summer. But, given that Hollywood is starting to slowly restart, showrunner Jesse Armstrong has hopes that the Succession season 3 filming can begin in New York City before Christmas. In a recent int...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, New York, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, New York City, Roy, Bill Hader, Logan, Variety, Kendall, Armstrong, Sarah Snook, Succession

New York Comic Con Partners With YouTube for Virtual 2020 Event

New York Comic Con partners with YouTube for Virtual 2020 event New York Comic Con has announced that they’ve ultimately decided to cancel this year’s physical convention in light of the ongoing global pandemic. Despite this obstacle, NYCC is following suit with other previously cancelled conventions such as the San Diego Comic Con by officially moving their annual event to the digital platform. They, along with London’s MCM Comic Con, are joining forces with YouTube to bring loyal fans a new...
Tags: TV, New York, London, Movies, Youtube, TV News, Starz, Cbs, Deadline, ComingSoon, Nycc, New York Comic Con, Movie News, New York Comic, New York Comic Con Partners With YouTube, MCM Comic Con

Participant Acquires Justin Lin-Helmed Adaptation of Abacus

Participant acquires Justin Lin-helmed adaptation of Abacus Participant Media has acquired the rights to the feature adaptation of the 2016 Oscar-nominated documentary Abacus: Small Enough to Jail with Justin Lin (Star Trek Beyond, F9: The Fast Saga) attached to direct, according to Deadline. RELATED: Justin Lin Spotted with “Justice for Han” Shirt on Fast & Furious 9 Set PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = P...
Tags: New York, Movies, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeff Skoll, James Schamus, Justin Lin, Chinatown, Steve James, Abacus, James, Lin, Sung, ComingSoon, Movie News, Schamus, Participant Media

Zac Efron to Star in Disney+’s Three Men and a Baby Remake

Zac Efron to Star in Disney+’s Three Men and a Baby Remake According to The Hollywood Reporter, Zac Efron (High School Musical franchise) is set to star in Disney+’s Three Men and a Baby remake that is set to be produced by Emmy nominee Gordon Gray (The Rookie, The Way Back). PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); ...
Tags: New York, Movies, Disney, Zac Efron, Emmy, Baby, Paramount Pictures, Leonard Nimoy, Ted Danson, James Orr, Efron, Charlie Peters, ComingSoon, Movie News, Gordon Gray, Emile Ardolino

Succession Season 3 Hoping to Begin Production Later This Year

Succession Season 3 hoping to begin production later this year In a recent interview with Variety, Succession showrunner Jesse Armstrong confirmed that they’re hoping to start with the production of the upcoming third season of HBO’s award-winning comedy-drama series later this year. However, he stresses that nothing has been finalized yet due to the uncertain future caused by the ongoing pandemic. “[We’re] trying to think about starting shooting in New York before Christmas,” Armstrong said...
Tags: Hbo, TV, New York, Movies, TV News, Roy, Barry, Bill Hader, Adam Mckay, Armstrong, ComingSoon, Succession, Jesse Armstrong, Spin City, Parker Sawyers, Mark Mylod

People Are Searching in the Suburbs More Than Ever Before

– Remote work, desire for more space is driving home shoppers to less dense, relatively nearby metros – After a brief pause, home shoppers are increasingly searching outside their metro area – Interest in the Northeast heats up as Midwest, South and West cool – Majority of views from residents of the 100 largest U.S. metros went to suburban properties in their metros Santa Clara, CA – Aug. 10, 2020 (PRNewswire) America is looking to move again, and the COVID-19 pandemic is influencin...
Tags: Florida, Real Estate, New York, News, Sacramento, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Radio, San Diego, Manhattan, San Jose, Atlantic City, Bronx, News Corp, South Carolina

11 Stand-up Specials On Netflix You’ve Gotta Check Out

Happy bingeing! How are we all doing, everybody? Not great? Same here, pal! The good news is it’s Friday, so at least we have the weekend to look forward to. Just kidding, weekends don’t exist anymore because every single day since March has been exactly the same. Since we’re still stuck in lockdown mode, we can’t exactly hit the town this Saturday night. (Well, I mean, you could, but you should not, because some of us actually want this to be over someday.) So you know what that means ...
Tags: New York, America, San Francisco, Netflix, United States, Humor, Prince, Eric Andre, James Acaster, Lucas, Trump, Leslie Jones, Eric, Richard Nixon, Sloane, Kamau Bell

Tribeca Film Festival Sets 20th Anniversary Edition for June 2021, Two Months After Usual Time Slot

After being forced to go virtual this year, the Tribeca Film Festival is forging ahead with a physical festival for its 20th anniversary edition next year. The Tribeca Film Festival has set its dates for its upcoming 20th anniversary edition in June 2021, two months after the New York City-based festival is usually scheduled. The June 2021 date was set to reflect “shifting calendars and efforts to ensure the Festival moves forward in the safest environment.” Like many film festivals, the...
Tags: New York, Movies, New York City, Robert De Niro, Tribeca, Tribeca Film Festival, Film Festivals, Tribeca Enterprises, Jane Rosenthal, Paula Weinstein, Cara Cusumano

The Paramount Consent Decrees Are Officially Over, and Theaters Might Never Be the Same

After more than 70 years, the Paramount Consent Decrees are officially coming to an end, and the world of movie releases will never be the same. It’s a bit strange to consider the future of movie theaters right now since so many theaters remain closed due to the coronavirus, and their reopening remains in doubt. But if and when the virus is over and done with, theaters will be facing a strange new world. Per THR and multiple sources, today “a New York federal judge granted a motion by the U....
Tags: Amazon, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Netflix, Justice Department, U S Department of Justice, El Capitan, Hollywood An, Business and Industry News, Paramount Consent Decrees

Cuomo says NYC schools can open. Agents predict a return to the city

On Friday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced schools would reopen in September. Parents that fled for the suburbs could return if the city goes through with the plan.
Tags: School, New York, New York City, Lifestyle, Radio, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, Select, Christopher Totaro, Allison Chiaramonte, Gerard Splendore, Schools Bus, Warburg Reralty

Darren Aronofsky Developing ‘Boss of the Beach’ TV Series Based on a Wild True-Crime New York Magazine Article

Darren Aronofsky is going to have to shed his signature scarf to make his next project. The mother! director is developing a TV series with Searchlight Television based on the New York Magazine article “Boss of The Beach,” which recounts the crimes of the boss of New York’s lifeguard corps. Aronofsky landed the rights to the Boss of the Beach TV series after a competitive bidding situation with 10 other bidders. Darren Aronofsky is going to finally get some sun with the Boss of the Beach TV ...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, New York City, United States, Adaptation, Fox Searchlight, Darren-Aronofsky, New York Magazine, True Story, Herbert, Stein, Peter Stein, Aronofsky, Edgar Hoover, Searchlight Television

Fantasia Virtual Announces Third & Final Wave of 2020 Titles!

Fantasia Virtual announces third & final wave of 2020 titles! The Fantasia Film Festival has unveiled a massive new assortment of feature films in the third and final wave of its virtual 24th edition, along with details on scheduled panels, talks, tributes and special events including a masterclass with horror maestro John Carpenter and more! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[],...
Tags: Horror, Movies, Fantasia Film Festival, Movie News

StreetEasy to agents: Submit listings within 24 hours or lose access

The updated listing quality policy is similar to a rule implemented by Realtor-affiliated multiple listing services in May designed to combat pocket listings.
Tags: New York, Technology, Radio, Zillow, Realtor, Zillow Group, Select, StreetEasy, Viet Shelton, REBNY, Pocket Listings, Real Estate Board of New York, MLS & Associations, Agent Tools, Clear Cooperation, Residential Listing Service

HBO’s New Documentary Slate Includes Black Voices in TV, Growing Up Transgender, A Huge Auto Scam, Tons of True Crime & More

HBO has consistently put out some of the best documentaries for a long time now, and that trend continues throughout the rest of 2020 and in the coming years. The cable channel has just unveiled the upcoming roster of documentary movies and shows that will be premiering in the second half of the year, including plenty of true crime stories. HBO Documentary Films also announced two new documentary projects in the works from Insecure creator Issa Rae and Room 104 creators Mark & Jay Duplass. Get ...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, New York City, America, Brooklyn, Silicon Valley, Carmichael, Las Vegas, George Clooney, Kansas City, Washington State, Seattle, Alex Gibney

‘Coastal Elites’: HBO’s Scripted Quarantine Comedy Invites Bette Midler, Issa Rae, and More on Zoom

The most star-studded group of elites is getting together over Zoom for HBO’s socially distanced comedy Coastal Elites. Created by playwright and screenwriter Paul Rudnick and directed by Jay Roach, Coastal Elites is a scripted quarantine comedy starring Bette Midler, Issa Rae, Sarah Paulson, Dan Levy, and Kaitlyn Dever in a satire that “explores our current world of deeply divided politics and the universal pursuit of human connection.” HBO announced that the TV film Coastal Elites is set t...
Tags: Comedy, HBO, Bette Midler, Coastal Elites, Dan Levy, Issa Rae, Kaitlyn Dever, Sarah-Paulson

HBO Sets Premiere Date for Coastal Elites

HBO sets premiere date for Coastal Elites From playwright and screenwriter Paul Rudnick and directed by Jay Roach, HBO’s ensemble socially distanced comedy Coastal Elite is set to make its debut on Saturday, September 12 at 8 p.m. EST on the premium cabler. RELATED: HBO Announces New Slate of Documentary Films & Series PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]};...
Tags: Movies, Coastal Elites, Hbo, Movie News

HBO Announces New Slate of Documentary Films & Series

HBO announces new slate of documentary films & series HBO Documentary Films has unveiled a full slate of new films and series both in development and scheduled to release on the premium cabler later this year, including a two-part docuseries exploring the history of Black television executive produced by Issa Rae (Insecure) and a series centered on a 1970s auto scam with the Duplass Brothers attached as EPs. RELATED: HBO Max Unveils Summer Stand-Up Comedy Specials PB...
Tags: Hbo, TV, New York, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, America, Brooklyn, TV News, Silicon Valley, Carmichael, Las Vegas, George Clooney, Emmy, Kansas City, Washington State

Lifetime Beating Hallmark to the Punch With LGBTQ Holiday Movie

Happy Holidays! I hope you’re all prepared for a good old fashioned quarantined Christmas, because that’s what’s coming our way. But don’t worry: you’ll always have holiday movies to distract you from the end times. Lots and lots of holiday movies. Every year, both Lifetime and Hallmark pump out holiday originals, and this year, Lifetime is beating Hallmark to the punch with its first-ever LGBTQ holiday movie, called The Christmas Set Up. As summer winds down, it’ll soon be time for fall, an...
Tags: New York, London, Television, Movies, Milwaukee, Maine, Lifetime, Tony, Patrick, Suzie, Melissa Joan Hart, Jason Priestley, Tiffany Haddish, Stroker, Amber Stevens West, The christmas Set Up

‘Mulan’ is coming to Disney+ on September 4, for an additional price of $29.99

Those wondering whether The Walt Disney Company would eventually give up on a traditional theatrical release for “Mulan” now have their answer. While the coronavirus pandemic prompted Disney to accelerate the streaming release of some movies like Pixar’s “Onward,” and to send certain lower-profile movies like “Artemis Fowl” straight to Disney+, until now the company has chosen to delay its bigger releases like “Mulan” and “Black Widow.” In fact, “Mulan” and Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” were ex...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, New York, Media, Entertainment, Disney, America, Tech, Canada, United States, Mulan, Pixar, Tenet, The Walt Disney Company, Bob Chapek, Chapek, California Warner Bros

‘Long Way Up’ Will Have Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman Back on Their Bikes for Apple TV+

Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman are hitting the road again. The duo who previously appeared in the British TV series Long Way Round are back for Long Way Up, which will once again have McGregor and Boorman hopping onto motorcycles and riding across the world. Headed to Apple TV+, Long Way Up finds McGregor and Boorman traveling through Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, and up through Colombia, Central America, and Mexico. Between 2004 and 2005, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman app...
Tags: Apple, New York, London, Television, Movies, Mexico, New York City, Apple TV, South America, Ewan-McGregor, Central America, Harley Davidson, Ushuaia, McGregor, Ewan, Charley

Daily Podcast: Virtual Emmys, Solo Sequel, Little Town, Pixar’s Luca, Scream 5, Tenet & The Office Extended

On the August 3, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and senior writer Ben Pearson to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Tenet, Virtual Emmys , Solo Sequel, Little Town , Pixar’s Luca , Scream 5 , and The Office Extended. In The News: Brad: ‘Tenet’ May Have Enough U.S. Theaters Reopening to Keep Labor Day Release, Even Without New York and L.A. Peter: Where might Tenet not open...
Tags: New York, Movies, Disney, Pixar, Ron Howard, Peter, Ben, Brad, Luca, Tenet, Ben Pearson, Courtney Cox, David Arquette, La Luna, Peter Sciretta, Film Daily Podcast

Spider-Man Coming to Marvel’s Avengers in 2021!

Spider-Man coming to Marvel’s Avengers in 2021! We may only be a month away from the highly-anticipated debut of Crystal Dynamics’ Marvel’s Avengers and after revealing last week that Hawkeye would be joining the roster in a post-launch release, it’s now been announced that Spider-Man will also be swinging into the game in 2021 exclusively on PlayStation consoles for free! Check out the announcement below! RELATED: Hawkeye is Coming To Marvel’s Avengers Video Game Post Launch ...
Tags: Games, New York, Movies, Marvel, Spider-Man, San Francisco, Earth, Ms Marvel, Thor, Stan Lee, Avengers, Hawkeye, Napoli, Adams, Peter Parker, Steve Ditko

Amazon Renews ‘Hunters’ for a Second Season, Because Nazis Still Need to Be Taught a Lesson

Earlier this year, Amazon brought the conspiracy thriller series Hunters to their streaming library. The series created by David Weil and executive produced by filmmaker Jordan Peele follows a pack of Nazi hunters trying to track down hundreds of high-ranking Nazi officials who are living among us in 1977 New York and conspiring to create a Fourth Reich in the United States. Now the story will continue with Amazon ordering a second season of Hunters. Amazon sent out a press release announcing...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Television, Movies, Drama, America, War, United States, Al-Pacino, Hunters, Reich, Jen, Jordan Peele, David Weil, Action/Adventure, Lena Olin

‘The Blech Effect’ Trailer: The Fallen Former “King of Biotech” Races to Reverse His Fortunes

In the ’80s, David Blech was dubbed the “King of Biotech” by the New York Times, a pioneer investor in a rapidly growing industry whose very touch (dubbed “The Blech Effect”) seemed to promise vast fortunes and success. But 30-something years later, Blech is $11 million in debut and awaiting a possible jail sentence, the “Blech Effect” taking on a dramatically different meaning. In David Greenwald‘s The Blech Effect documentary, the disgraced tech investor looks for a way to reverse his fortune...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Movies, Documentary, New York Times, Ornette Coleman, Spike Lee, Movie Trailers, Forbes, Jonathan Demme, Bobby, Blech, Ed Burns, David Greenwald, The Blech Effect, David Blech

Urban Rent Slowdown May Signal Renters are Edging Toward the Suburbs

– Suburban rents have been more resilient than rents in urban areas during the coronavirus pandemic – U.S. rent growth has slowed this spring as heavy unemployment hit renters harder than homeowners. – Rent price growth in urban ZIP codes has slowed more than those in suburban areas since February, one outcome of unemployment affecting renters particularly hard and a possible signal that preferences are shifting in favor of the suburbs. – The split between urban areas and the suburbs is...
Tags: Real Estate, New York, News, Radio, Washington Dc, Kansas City, Zillow, Baltimore, Chicago Il, Seattle Wa, New York Ny, Houston TX, San Francisco CA, San Jose CA, San Antonio TX, Atlanta Ga

‘Tenet’ May Have Enough U.S. Theaters Reopening to Keep Labor Day Release, Even Without New York and L.A.

Christopher Nolan‘s anticipated new sci-fi action movie Tenet has been the linchpin in figuring out when movie theater chains across the United States will reopen. Whenever Warner Bros. Pictures has moved back Tenet from a previously set release date, movie theaters have pushed back their dates for reopening and other new theatrical releases have shuffled their dates too. The big hold-up has been the uncertainty of when Los Angeles and New York theaters would reopen since those are the two larg...
Tags: Christopher-Nolan, New York, Movies, California, Washington, La, Sci-fi, US, Los Angeles, United States, Arizona, Michigan, Warner Bros, Seattle, Detroit, Warner Brothers

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