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Roar: Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo & More to Star in Apple’s New Anthology Series

Roar: Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo & More to Star in Apple’s New Anthology Series According to Variety, Apple TV+ has officially given a series order to a brand new anthology series titled Roar which will be based on Cecilia Ahern’s book of short stories. The project hails from Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch as part of their overall deal with the streamer. Oscar winner Nicole Kidman, Oscar nominee Cynthia Erivo, and Emmy winner Merritt Wever have signed on to star in the upcoming female-driven ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Netflix, Nicole Kidman, TV News, Streaming, Hulu, Nat Geo, Golden Globe, Kidman, Roar, Cynthia Erivo, Alison Brie


National Geographic, NASA Team Up on Perseverance Rover AR Instagram Experience

Why watch the Perseverance rover on Mars when you can be the Perseverance rover on Mars? National Geographic teamed up with NASA on a new augmented reality experience on Instagram, available via the @natgeo account. Nat Geo said in a statement, "Through this new activation, Instagram users can expect to truly become one with the...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Nasa, Artificial Intelligence, Mars, National Geographic, Nat Geo, Social Pro Daily, National Geographic NASA


New to Hulu March 2021: All the Movies & Shows Coming & Going

New to Hulu March 2021: All the movies & shows coming & going The schedule for the new movie and TV titles coming to Hulu in March 2021 has been revealed, which you can view below along with the titles that are set to leave the streaming service next month. This includes the arrival of new seasons of shows such as the Hulu original animated comedy Solar Opposites Season 2 and the complete third season of Nat Geo’s Genius: Aretha. Next month will also see the streaming premiere of the action ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, Stephen King, Neil Young, Brooklyn, Mtv, San Diego, TV News, Streaming, Diana, Tokyo, Kate Winslet, Charles, Hulu, Beirut


New documentary gives you an unprecedented view of the new Air Force One

AP A new National Geographic documentary with never-before-seen video showcases the development of the new "Air Force One." Among many remarkable insights, it shows the incredible amount of maintenance required to keep the current Air Force Ones looking absolutely pristine. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. It is hidden behind what may be the tightest security screen on earth. It is the most visible mobile projection of the United States. The US Air Force Boeing VC-2...
Tags: Trends, United States, Boeing, National Geographic, Usaf, Ravens, Nat Geo, Air Force Ones, Kevin Lamarque, Joint Base Andrews, Air Force One, Fabrizio Bensch, US Air Force Boeing, Military & Defense Contributors, Military & Defense, News Contributor


TV Bits: ‘The 4400’ Reboot, ‘Search Party’ Season 5, ‘The Best Man’ Limited Series, ‘In Treatment’ Season 4, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: The 4400 reboot ordered to series by The CW. Search Party season 5 ordered by HBO Max. The Best Man franchise is becoming a limited Peacock series with the original cast. In Treatment season 4 arrives in May. Claire Danes will star in Apple TV+ series The Essex Serpent. James Cameron has a new Nat Geo that explores the mysteries of the ocean. Kate Winslet and Guy Pearce will star in HBO mystery series Mare Of Easttown. Is anyone clamoring for a reboot of The 44...
Tags: Television, In Treatment, Mare of Easttown, OceanXplorers, Search Party, The 4400, The Best Man, The Essex Serpent


Oliver Stone JFK Documentary Turned Down by Netflix Headed to Cannes 2021

Oliver Stone is returning to the tangled, messy world of John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories with a new JFK documentary headed to Cannes. Stone’s 1991 masterpiece JFK covered the assassination with all the urgency of a crackling thriller, and while the filmmaker’s approach is not what I’d call “factual,” it does make for an incredible movie. This new doc was first announced back in 2019, where it went by the title JFK: Destiny Betrayed. Stone revealed his new JFK documentary wa...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, America, Netflix, Oliver-Stone, New Orleans, Dallas, John F Kennedy, John, Spike Lee, Jfk, National Geographic, Cannes, Kennedy, Kevin Costner, United States Congress


‘Genius: Aretha’ Trailer: Cynthia Erivo Becomes the Queen of Soul

Cynthia Erivo is the Queen of Soul in Genius: Aretha, the latest entry in Nat Geo’s anthology series that focuses on renowned historical figures. The first season was about Albert Einstein while season 2 dealt with Pablo Picasso. Now, season 3 will tell the story of Aretha Franklin, the legendary soul singer who became the first female performer to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Watch the latest Genius: Aretha trailer below. Genius Aretha Trailer  In Genius: Aretha, Cy...
Tags: Television, Movies, Aretha Franklin, Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso, Michigan, Time Magazine, Hulu, Memphis, Martin Luther King Jr, George Michael, True Story, Columbia Records, Angela Davis, Atlantic Records, Jerry Wexler


Nat Geo Thai Cave Rescue Documentary Will Be Helmed By ‘Free Solo’ Directors

Nat Geo has brought in Free Solo directors E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin to take over an upcoming Thai cave rescue documentary about the 2018 rescue of a boys soccer team that became trapped inside a flooded cave in Thailand. One Day in September filmmaker Kevin Macdonald had originally been attached to direct the doc, but Macdonald has left the project due to timing issues. The Wrap is reporting that Nat Geo has brought in Free Solo fiilmmakers E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin to handl...
Tags: Documentary, True Story, E. Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin, Thai Cave Rescue Docuseries


Dr. Anthony Fauci Documentary In the Works

Dr. Anthony Fauci was a respected and dedicated public servant, but one who could walk the streets without turning heads or being recognized. Then COVID-19 hit. Fauci became a vital source of information during the pandemic, with his “just the facts” style acting as a necessary counter to President Trump’s blind insistence that ‘one day, […]
Tags: News, Anthony Fauci, Trump, Nat Geo, Fauci, COVID


Daniel Dae Kim, Tony Goldwyn Cast in Second Installment of Nat Geo’s ‘The Hot Zone’

National Geographic has chosen its stars for its next installment of the highly-rated, disease-focused anthology series, “The Hot Zone: Anthrax.” Today, the flagship channel, along with Scott Free Productions and 20th Television (a division of Disney Television Studios), announced that Daniel Dae Kim (“Hawaii Five-0, “Lost,” “The Good Doctor,”) and Tony Goldwyn (“King Richard,” “Scandal,” […]
Tags: News, Actors, Production, National Geographic, Julianna Margulies, Nat Geo, Daniel Dae Kim, Tony Goldwyn, Scott Free Productions, Daniel Dae Kim Hawaii Five, 20th Television, The Hot Zone, Disney Television Studios, The Hot Zone: Anthrax, Daniel Dae Kim Tony Goldwyn


Nat Geo Photographer Didn’t Wear a Mask in Ethiopia Because Ethiopians ‘Have Stronger Immune Systems’

National Geographic photographer George Steinmetz has drawn criticism and accusations of colonial attitudes after presenting himself...
Tags: Ethiopia, National Geographic, Nat Geo, George Steinmetz


Gift Guide: Fun photography gear to brighten up the holidays

Welcome to TechCrunch’s 2020 Holiday Gift Guide! Need help with gift ideas? We’re here to help! We’ll be rolling out gift guides from now through the end of December. You can find our other guides right here. It’s a difficult time to be a photographer. Getting creative feels impossible when every day is the same and the most exotic locale you visit is the living room. Travel is out this year, vacations are pushed back and everybody is cooped up inside trying not to lose it. Everything is har...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Photography, New York, Tech, Digital Photography, Sony, Sandisk, Fujifilm, Nikon, Dslr, Canon, Adorama, Nat Geo, Canon EOS, FujiFilm Instax


Disney+ is One Year Old Today – Here’s How It Can Improve in Year Two

Impossible though it may be to believe, we’re just one year removed from the first day that Disney+ was made live to the general public. Yes, it’s true. One year removed from the first episode of The Mandalorian , one year removed from Disney+ including generalized language warning parents about potentially inflammatory content, and one whole year removed from the fad known as MacLunkey. (Remember MacLunkey?) A year later, Disney+ has become one of the most powerful streaming services ava...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Features, Muppets, United States, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Walt Disney, Hamilton, Tcm, Donald, Nat Geo, Leonard Maltin, Jim Henson, Josh Gad


‘The Hot Zone’ to Tackle 2001 Anthrax Attacks in Season 2 at Nat Geo

“The Hot Zone” is officially coming back for a second season at Nat Geo. The network has given the greenlight to a second season of the disease-centered drama, focusing on the anthrax attacks of 2001. “Hot Zone” hails from Touchstone Television (a division of Disney Television Studios), 20th Television, ABC Signature and Scott Free Productions. […]
Tags: News, Nat Geo, Touchstone Television, The Hot Zone


Podcast #653: The Dirtbag’s Guide to Life

If you call someone a dirtbag, you might be insulting them for being dishonest. Or, you might be describing their lifestyle — their pursuit of an outdoor passion at the expense of more mainstream options and commitments. If you’ve ever dreamed of being a rock climber living in a van or becoming a rafting guide, thru-hiker, world traveler, or some other kind of nature-loving, adventure-seeking wanderer, my guest has written a handbook for making it happen. His name is Tim Mathis and he’s the a...
Tags: Podcast, Usa, Life, Tommy Caldwell, Nat Geo, Tim, Tim Tim, Tim Mathis


‘The Right Stuff’ is a Solid, Unremarkable Version of Space Stories Past: TV Review

Even if you haven’t seen the 1983 film or read Tom Wolfe’s 1979 book of the same name, chances are you’ve already seen something exactly like “The Right Stuff.” In its retelling of the true story of “The Mercury 7” (i.e. the intrepid group of American astronauts vying to be the country’s first space travelers), […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Nat Geo, Tom Wolfe, The Right Stuff, Disney Plus


Disney Plus: All your questions answered about Disney's ad-free streaming service

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Disney Plus is an on-demand, ad-free streaming service with a growing collection of movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox.The streaming platform costs $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year. You can also bundle Disney Plus with Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month, which is about $6 per month less than you'd pay if you ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Disney, US, Trends, Netflix, Justin Theroux, Broadway, Luxembourg, Ufc, Espn, Lg, Pixar, Hulu, Tessa Thompson, Hamilton


CBS All Access Developing Twenty Four Seven from 50 Cent Led by T.I.

CBS All Access developing Twenty Four Seven from 50 Cent led by T.I. Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (Power) is expanding his work on the small screen as CBS All Access is in final negotiations to acquire his crime drama Twenty Four Seven with T.I. (Ant-Man and the Wasp) set to star, according to Deadline. RELATED: CBS All Access Adds Programming From BET, MTV, Nickelodeon & More PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Instagram, TV News, Starz, Cbs, Jackson, 50 Cent, Cbs All Access, Tupac Shakur, Parker, Nat Geo, Curtis, Diehl, Tom Sullivan, Lionsgate TV


Photographing History with Pete Souza

One of the things I love about photography is it’s a universal language. You can look at an image intuitively feel the power and the emotion, regardless of age, race, gender, social/economic status, geography, even time. Pete Souza is such a critical creator in not just the arc of the United States of America and world politics, but as a guy out there doing what he loves, chasing his passion and hoping to tell a story and represent history in a powerful and profound way. He’s done cover stories ...
Tags: Photography, Podcast, Obama, Documentary, White House, Barack Obama, History, Creativity, Ronald Reagan, New York Times, Career Development, Pete Souza, United States of America, Nat Geo, Chicago Tribune, Little Brown Company


The Right Stuff Trailer Sets Disney+ Premiere For October

The Right Stuff trailer sets Disney+ premiere for October National Geographic has released the official The Right Stuff trailer for their upcoming drama series, featuring the famous Mercury Seven as they embark on a groundbreaking mission that will not only change their careers but will also greatly affect their personal lives. Starring Patrick J. Adams, the series will be available for streaming on Friday, October 9, exclusively on Disney+. Check out the video in the player below RELATED: ...
Tags: Video, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Nasa, Leonardo Dicaprio, TV News, Streaming, National Geographic, Nat Geo, Alan Shepard, Jeff Goldblum, John Glenn, Lafferty, Gordon Cooper


Nat Geo Fall Slate Includes ‘Akashinga: The Brave Ones,’ ‘Jade Eyed Leopard’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Nat Geo has set its slate for the fall season, Variety has learned exclusively. Six natural history global series and specials will debut this fall. Those include the digital premiere of the documentary film “Akashinga: The Brave Ones” from three-time Academy Award winner James Cameron and director Maria Wilhelm. The film will debut on World Elephant […]
Tags: News, James Cameron, Nat Geo, Maria Wilhelm


Anthony Hemingway Inks Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox TV

Anthony Hemingway, who is set to direct the upcoming Nat Geo series “Genius: Aretha,” has signed an overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television. As part of the new deal, Hemingway will develop and direct new projects via his self-titled Anthony Hemingway Productions banner. Aside from “Genius: Aretha,” Hemingway is also attached to helm the […]
Tags: News, Hemingway, Nat Geo, Fox TV, Anthony Hemingway, 20th Century Fox Television, Genius: Aretha, Aretha Hemingway


HBO Max & Calm App Partner For Ensemble Series A World of Calm

HBO Max & Calm app partner for ensemble series A World of Calm WarnerMedia’s fresh streaming service HBO Max has revealed it is partnering with the Calm app for a special new series entitled A World of Calm that will feature narration from an ensemble roster including Mahershala Ali (True Detective), Nicole Kidman (Big Little Lies), Lucy Liu (Elementary) and more! RELATED: HBO Debuts Trailer for Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStan...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Brooklyn, TV News, Streaming, Michael Acton Smith, Nat Geo, Liu, Yusuf Hawkins, ComingSoon, Keanu Reeves John Wick, Gary Gershoff Getty, TV Premiere, Jane Root, Nutopia


Imagine Sets Production and Financing Pact With Warner Music Group (EXCLUSIVE)

Imagine Entertainment and Warner Music Group have cut a deal to co-produce and co-finance a slate of music-themed projects for a range of film, TV and digital outlets. The deal is an outgrowth of the pair's partnership on the upcoming Nat Geo limited series "Genius: Aretha," revolving around the life of legendary musician Aretha Franklin, […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Aretha Franklin, Nat Geo, Warner Music Group, Imagine Entertainment, Financing Pact With Warner Music Group


National Geographic Launches ‘Consider This’ Emmy Podcast In Lieu of In-Person Events

National Geographic is getting into the Emmy FYC podcast game. The network has launched “Consider This,” a new 12-episode series that will feature stars and producers from Nat Geo’s Emmy contenders. Guests will include Marcia Gay Harden (“Barkskins,” pictured above), Dr. Amani Ballour (“The Cave”), Jeff Goldblum (“The World According to Jeff Goldblum”), Dr. Jane […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Emmys, National Geographic, Marcia Gay Harden, Nat Geo, Jeff Goldblum, Jane, FYC, Amani Ballour, National Geographic Launches


Cynthia Erivo Sets Quibi Docuseries ‘What We Keep’ Based on the Bill Shapiro Book

On top of her packed singing and acting schedule, Cynthia Erivo is adding documentary producer to her list of credits. Erivo, who is set to play the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin in the Nat Geo series “Genius” later this year, will executive produce a new docuseries coming to Quibi called “What We Keep.” The […]
Tags: News, Nat Geo, Cynthia Erivo, Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, Erivo, Bill Shapiro, Quibi


Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead Remake in Development From Treehouse Pictures

Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead remake in development from Treehouse Pictures It has already been 29 years since the theatrical release of Warner Bros.’ Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, and now Deadline is bringing word that Treehouse Pictures (Set It Up) is in the process of developing a remake of the 1991 cult comedy classic film with Honey director Billie Woodruff attached to helm the film. “Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead is an iconic cult classic,” Treehouse president Nap...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Australia, Oscar, Mary J Blige, Don, Nat Geo, Phillips, Woodruff, Cynthia Erivo, Jessica Alba, Nappi, Christina Applegate, Rick Moranis, Michael Phillips, Movie News


Nat Geo Pushes ‘Genius: Aretha’ Premiere Date to Fall, Orders ‘Breaking Bobby Bones’ Series

Nat Geo announced a couple weeks into the coronavirus production shutdown that the premiere date for its “Genius: Aretha” series would be delayed from its original Memorial Day slot. Now, the Disney-owned network has revealed the Cynthia Erivo-led series about the Queen of Soul will premiere sometime this fall. The announcement was made as part […]
Tags: News, Disney, Nat Geo, Cynthia Erivo, Bobby Bones, Genius: Aretha


Nat Geo Commemorates 75th Anniversary of WWII VE Day with New Documentaries

"Heroes of the Sky: The Real Mighty Eighth Air Force" and "World War II in Europe: Voices From the Front" premiere May 21st.
Tags: Europe, News, Nat Geo, Real Mighty Eighth Air Force


Nat Geo Limited Series ‘The Right Stuff’ Moves to Disney Plus

Nat Geo’s scripted limited series take on Tom Wolfe’s “The Right Stuff” is moving to Disney Plus for a fall premiere. Leonardo DiCaprio is an executive producer of the eight-episode Warner Horizon TV series that tells the story of the early NASA program. The series centers on the characters of Major John Glenn, played by […]
Tags: News, Disney, Nasa, Leonardo Dicaprio, Nat Geo, John Glenn, Tom Wolfe, Warner Horizon, The Right Stuff, Disney Plus