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  • 03:15 - MOVIES: Uncharted - Loses Release Date
    Nathan Drake’s first on-screen treasure hunt will have to wait.

    Sony has pulled the adaptation of the Uncharted Playstation series from its June 30, 2017 release date, EW has learned. There’s no new date yet.

    Bad Boys 3 — aka Bad Boys For Life — director Joe Carnahan was picked last month to write the adaptation of the fruitful and critically acclaimed action-adventure video game for the silver screen. As of now, Carnahan will not pull double duty by sitting in the director’s chair for Uncharted.

    Carnahan’s take on the Bad Boys franchise brings back Will Smith and Martin Lawrence to the fold. That movie has had its release date shifted a number of times before settling on Martin Luther King Jr. weekend of 2018.

    Director Seth Gordon (Horrible Bosses) was attached to Uncharted and subsequently left in summer 2015.

  • 03:10 - Masters of Sex - Season 4 - Danny Jacobs to Recur; Stephen Root & Romy Rosemont to Guest
    Danny Jacobs (Growing Up and Other Lies) has booked a recurring role and Stephen Root (King of the Hill) and Romy Rosemont (Glee) will guest star on the fourth season of Showtime’s drama series Masters Of Sex.

    Starring Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as real-life pioneers of human sexuality, William Masters and Virginia Johnson, Masters of Sex Season 4 will begin in 1968, and will take viewers into the “swinging ‘70s” during which time the characters will take on new partners both professionally, personally and sexually.

    Jacobs will play Bob Drag. Bob has worked for Little Brown, Masters and Johnson’s publisher for years, but his relationship to Bill and Virginia’s work evolves beyond the editorial when he becomes patient zero in a new study at the clinic. Root and Rosemont, who are married in real-life, will guest star as Harvey and Marcia Toplin, co-owners of a sex clinic and the funhouse mirror image of Masters and Johnson. The Toplins have opened their own sex clinic where they are appropriating Bill and Virginia’s proprietary therapy techniques.
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  • 04:05 - Roadside Picnic - Chloe Coleman Joins WGN America's Sci-Fi Pilot
    Chloe Coleman is set for a lead role opposite Matthew Goode in WGN America’s alien saga pilot Roadside Picnic, based on the famous novel by top Soviet/Russian science fiction writers Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.

    Written by Transcendence scribe Jack Paglen, with Terminator: Genisys and Game of Thrones helmer Alan Taylor attached to direct, Neal Moritz & Vivian Cannon producing, Roadside Picnic explores a near-future world where aliens have come and gone, leaving humankind to explore the wondrous and dangerous mysteries left behind. The story also explores the social ramifications of their visit, as seen through the eyes of Red Schuhart (Matthew Goode), a veteran “stalker” who has made it his mission to illegally venture into the once inhabited zone and scavenge the abandoned remains of the alien culture.

    Coleman will play Red’s daughter Marie, a child who’s been highly affected by her father’s time in the zone. Coleman will next be seen in HBO’s anticipated series Big Little Lies and she recurs on Amazon’s Transparent.
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  • 22:15 - Nashville - Season 5 - First Table Read




  • 21:30 - MOVIES: Pitch Perfect 3 - Finds New Director
    After a search that began in the spring and extended into the summer, Pitch Perfect 3 has landed a director: Trish Sie.



    The search was necessitated when Elizabeth Banks, one of the producers of the music-themed franchise, backed out of directing the third installment after making a hit directorial debut with Pitch Perfect 2.

    Universal and Gold Circle, the companies behind the movies, and the producers then launched an immediate hunt for a replacement. Jason Moore, who directed the first movie, was approached but unavailable, clearing the way for a wide open search.

    Sie has only directed one film but it was key to getting the job: Step Up All In, the fifth installment of dance-themed franchise. Sie is also a choreographer and helped conceive and direct hit videos for Ok Go, including the recent viral hit "Upside Down & Inside Out", which was shot in zero gravity as well as the band's breakout video, known as the treadmill video, for the song "Here it Goes Again." (Fun fact: Sie is the brother of Ok Go frontman Damian Kulash.)

    Pitch 3 has been taking a bit longer to develop than the filmmakers were planning and the movie was recently moved from a July 21, 2017, release to Dec. 22, 2017. Mike White penned a new draft this part summer.

  • 21:30 - MOVIES: Netflix's ARQ - Poster & Trailer feat Robbie Amell & Rachael Taylor







  • 13:00 - MOVIES: Max Steel - Trailer
    Thanks to Ivan for the heads up.


  • 05:20 - The Legend of Master Legend - Superhero Comedy in Development at Amazon
    Amazon is looking to put a fresh spin on TV’s superhero obsession with The Legend of Master Legend, a half-hour comedy project that’s currently in development at the streaming service, TVLine has learned exclusively.

    The potential series is believed to be inspired by the real-life “superhero” known as Master Legend, who entered the national spotlight in 2008 when he was the subject of a Rolling Stone profile. In a nutshell, the Orlando-based vigilante — who sports a silver and black uniform — patrols the streets, gives (his time) to charity and, allegedly, has assisted local authorities in apprehending criminals. He even has a sidekick named Ace.
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  • 05:10 - Mozart in the Jungle - Season 3 - Prema Cruz to Recur in Amazon Series
    Prema Cruz has booked a recurring role on the upcoming third season of Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle. Starring Gael García Bernal, Lola Kirke and Bernadette Peters, Mozart In The Jungle Season 3 will continue the story of the talented, contentious musicians who perform (and live) with passion under the baton of its spirited single-name conductor Rodrigo (Bernal).

    Cruz will play a single mother, a potential romantic interest for Rodrigo. A recent graduate of Yale’s MFA program, Cruz most recently recurred on Showtime’s Billions. She’s repped by Gersh and Zero Gravity Management.
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  • 05:00 - Pitch - Chastity Dotson to Recur
    Chastity Dotson, who is going into her third season recurring as Keisha Russell on Amazon’s Bosch, is adding two more recurring roles to her resume, on Amazon’s political thriller Patriot, as well as Fox’s baseball drama Pitch.

    Written and directed by Steven Conrad, Patriot follows the complicated life of intelligence officer John Tavner, whose latest assignment is to prevent Iran from going nuclear. Dotson will play Carol, a veterinarian, who’s smart, charismatic, and attractive in a real way. She has a son with Edward, a politician and John’s brother. Due to her on and off relationship with Edward, she predominantly raises her son as a single mom.

    Pitch, written by Dan Fogelman and Rick Singer and directed by Paris Barclay, follows Ginny (Kylie Bunbury), a young pitcher who defies the odds when she becomes the first woman to play in the major leagues. Dotson will play Janet Baker, first seen at 29, Ginny’s (Bunbury) loving and protective mother.
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  • 00:20 - The Tap - Colin Woodell, Erinn Westbrook, Ginny Gardner and David Corenswet to Star in USA Network's Period Drama Pilot
    USA Network has found the stars of its next drama pilot.

    Masters of Sex alum Colin Woodell, Glee grad Erinn Westbrook, Ginny Gardner (Project Almanac) and David Corenswet (Public Affairs) will headline the cabler's period drama The Tap, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    The Tap is set at Yale University circa 1969, during the height of America's cultural and political revolution – a time when the campus is being upended by antiwar protests, race riots and the arrival of the first female students. In the midst of this, three students struggle to find their true identities.

    Woodell will play Jay Butler, an ambitious and highly intelligent student looking to secure his future by joining Skull and Bones. Although he doesn’t have the pedigree of his classmates, he will do whatever it takes to escape his past. Woodell will next be seen in ABC's Kiefer Sutherland drama Designated Survivor and the upcoming indie Last Days of Summer. He is repped by Innovative Artists.

    Westbrook will portray Gloria Murphy, one of Yale's first female students and one of the few black students in her class. She was raised in the impoverished city of New Haven and, if she had it her way, she’d skip undergrad and go straight to law school so she could fight to change the system from within. Westbrook, whose other credits include Awkward and Jane the Virgin, is repped by APA, Treadwell Entertainment Group and Myman Greenspan.

    Gardner is set as Michelle Cuttriss who is also apart of Yale's inaugural female class. Disgusted and unnerved by the distressing reception she receives on campus; she decides to let everyone know just how unprepared Yale is for her. Her roles include the indies Project Almanac and Goat. She is repped by UTA, 3 Arts Entertainment and Sloan Offer.

    Corenswet rounds out the cast as Kirk Lewis, a blue-blooded Skull and Bones legacy whose transformation from WASP prince to hippie warrior will raise more than a few eyebrows back home. The actor, who currently stars in Public Affairs, is repped by ICM Partners, Untitled Entertainment and Jackoway Tyerman.

    Additionally, Simon Cellan Jones (Boardwalk Empire, Treme) has come onboard to direct the pilot after having recently directed an episode of the NBCUniversal cabler's twice-delayed Shooter remake. Rob Reiner was originally attached to helm when The Tap was first put into development at USA in April 2015.

  • 01:10 - MOVIES: Shut In - Trailer feat Naomi Watts & Jacob Tremblay


    SHUT IN is a heart-pounding thriller starring Naomi Watts as a widowed child psychologist who lives an isolated existence in rural New England. Caught in a deadly winter storm, she must find a way to rescue a young boy before he disappears forever.

  • 01:00 - Fatwa - Dark Comedy Satire Starring Aasif Mandvi in Development at Showtime
    Showtime is developing Fatwa, a dark comedy satire starring The Daily Show alum Aasif Mandvi who has teamed on the project with writer-producer Dave Holstein. The collaboration stems from the duo’s work together as writer-producers on another comedy satire, HBO’s series The Brink, on which Mandvi also co-starred.

    Named after the word for Islamic legal ruling by an expert in religious law, Fatwa centers on LK Hussein (Mandvi), a struggling cartoonist whose death threat becomes the greatest thing that ever happened to him. Mandvi and Holstein will write the script and executive produce.

    Mandvi was recently seen in Mothers Day, and has recurring role in Netflix’s upcoming series adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events. He also co-created the web comedy Halal In the Family, which won the Peabody-Facebook Futures of Media Award. He is repped by ICM Partners, Lillian LaSalle of Sweet 180 and attorney Bruce Gellman.
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  • 00:50 - The Mick - Scott MacArthur to Recur in FOX Comedy Series
    Scott MacArthur, actor and staff writer on The Mick, is taking on double duty, joining the cast of Fox’s upcoming comedy series in a recurring role.

    Created/written by John and David Chernin, The Mick stars Kaitlin Olson, who also co-executive produces, as Mickey, a brash, two-bit hustler from Rhode Island who has spent her entire life shirking any semblance of responsibility. Not without her charms. Mickey’s smart, fun, and despite all appearances, her head’s always in the game. She just needs a big win. That win kinda, sorta comes true when Mickey must assume guardianship of her wealthy sister’s three high-maintenance and ill-parented children: Sabrina (Sofia Black D’Elia), Chip (Thomas Barbusca) and Ben (newcomer Jack Stanton).

    MacArthur will play Jimmy, Mickey’s degenerate on-again, off-again boyfriend. Once Mickey takes guardianship of her spoiled nieces and nephews, he sees himself as a lottery winner adjacent. The role is currently recurring with potential to turn into a series regular.

    MacArthur will continue as a staff writer on the show, but the producers felt he was he was the perfect actor to take on the role of Jimmy. A relatively new writer/actor, MacArthur hails from Improv/Olympic and the Second City Theatre in Chicago. He’s repped by Haven Entertainment, The Cartel, UTA and attorney Todd Rubenstein.
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  • 00:40 - Radicalocity - Workplace Comedy in Development at FX from You're the Worst Creator
    FX has put in development Radicalocity, a workplace comedy from You’re the Worst creator/showrunner Stephen Falk and writer Eva Anderson.

    Co-written and executive produced by Falk and Anderson, Radicalocity is set at a popular YouTube multi-channel network called Radicalocity. It revolves around three cynical thirtysomethings with serious artistic backgrounds who try desperately to hold on to a shred of self-worth, while they do anything they can — immoral, unethical or illegal — to make their YouTubers as popular as possible.

    Falk created and executive produces FXX’s You’re the Worst, now in production on its third season. This his fourth sale under his overall deal with FX Networks and FX Prods. The others include two other collaborations with You’re the Worst writers, an untitled comedy with Alison Bennett and Join Me with Franklin Hardy and Shane Kosakowsk.
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  • 00:30 - Goliath - Jason Ritter to Recur in Amazon Series
    Parenthood alum Jason Ritter has been cast in a recurring role on Amazon’s upcoming original drama series Goliath, from executive producer David E. Kelley.

    Ritter will play wry, but savvy FBI Special Agent Joe Farley.

    Goliath stars Billy Bob Thornton, William Hurt, Olivia Thirlby and Maria Bello in the ultimate David vs. Goliath battle fought in the 21st century American legal system. The series follows a down-and-out lawyer (Thornton) as he seeks redemption. His one shot depends on getting justice in a legal system where truth has become a commodity, and the scales of justice have never been more heavily weighed toward the rich and powerful.
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  • 02:45 - Knightfall - Filming to Resume at another location in Prague
    Thanks to Bazooka for the heads up.
    Friday's fire caused damages of $4 million-plus, according to Czech media. Production on History's U.S.-Czech television series Knightfall will continue at another location in Prague after a fire on Friday heavily damaged a set built at local studio Barrandov.

    Producers of the series have yet to decide whether to rebuild the set, while shooting is scheduled to resume at another location in the city, Czech TV network Nova reported.

    The area damaged by the fire remains cordoned off while investigators work there, according to the report. Only a small part of the set, representing a medieval city, was saved. The fire, which broke out at around 7 p.m. local time on Friday, was completely extinguished by 7 a.m. the next morning. Damages are roughly estimated at 100 million Czech crowns ($4.1 million), Nova reported.

    The fire will have an impact on the production schedule of Knightfall, but the shoot will not be moved to another city and will focus on street locations for the time being, local film news web site Kinobox.cz reported, quoting Barrandov studio's management.

    A spokesman for A+E, History's parent company, told The Hollywood Reporter that the Knightfall production remains in Prague and resumed on Monday.

    "There is no discussion about relocation," he added.

    David Minkowski, a senior producer at Stillking Films, a local partner on Knightfall, also confirmed to THR that filming had resumed.

    "In conjunction with our insurers and Barrandov construction, we are planning to rebuild the destroyed backlot set as soon as possible and complete filming in Czech Republic," he added.

    The 10-episode drama, which counts Jeremy Renner as an executive producer and a guest star, was ordered to series in January. It is part of the cable network's continued scripted push, following the success of Vikings.

  • 19:35 - White Famous - Megalyn Echikunwoke and Utkarsh Ambudkar Join Showtime Comedy Pilot
    Jamie Foxx's Showtime pilot White Famous is taking shape. Megalyn Echikunwoke and Utkarsh Ambudkar have joined the comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    The half-hour project focuses on a talented, young African-American comedian named Floyd (Jay Pharaoh) whose star is rising, forcing him to navigate the treacherous waters of maintaining his credibility as he begins to cross over toward becoming “white famous.”

    Echikunwoke will play the yet-to-be-named character of Floyd’s ex-girlfriend, the mother of his son and the love of his life. Her credits also include Showtime's House of Lies, Arrow as the DC Comics character Vixen, Damien and The 4400. She is repped by UTA.

    Ambudkarwill portray Malcolm, Floyd's frustrated agent who wants his client to do whatever it takes to make it big in the business. His credits include Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates and Barbershop: The Next Cut as well as recurring roles on The Mindy Project, Key and Peele and Showtime's House of Lies. He is repped by Gersh and 3 Arts.

    White Famous is based on an original idea by Foxx, who is also set to exec produce and recur if the show is picked up to series. Tom Kapinos (Californication) will write the script and also exec produce, along with pilot director Tim Story (Ride Along). Lionsgate TV and Showtime will co-produce.

  • 19:35 - The Mist - David Boyd Tapped as Producer/Director
    David Boyd (The Walking Dead) has been hired as producer/director on Spike and TWC-Dimension TV’s straight-to-series drama The Mist, based on the Stephen King novella. The series will premiere on Spike in 2017.

    The Mist tells the story of a foreboding mist that arrives in one small town ushering in a terrifying new reality for its residents, putting their humanity to the test. What will people do to survive when blinded by fear? The cast includes Morgan Spector, Frances Conroy, Alyssa Sutherland, Gus Birney, Dan Butler, Luke Cosgrove, Danica Curcic, Okezie Morro, Darren Pettie, Russell Posner and Isiah Whitlock, Jr.

    Boyd transitioned as a prominent Director of Photography to a sought-after director. He just helmed his eighth episode of The Walking Dead and has directed shows such as Friday Night Lights, Longmire, Sleepy Hollow, Queen of the South and Aquarius. He is repped by Thruline Entertainment and the Kaplan/Stahler Agency.
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  • 10:00 - The Idolmaster KR - Will Be Amazon Prime’s First Korean Drama
    The Idolmaster KR will be receiving a worldwide release. The Korean drama, an Amazon Prime original Korean drama, is inspired by Bandai Namco’s The Idolmaster series. It will be translated into multiple languages, with both English and Japanese confirmed.
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  • 22:30 - Knightfall - Fire Erupts on Set of History Channel Series in Prague
    Thanks to Bazooka for the heads up.
    Fire has broken out on the Prague set of History’s upcoming drama series Knightfall, from A+E Studios. The blaze damaged only the show’s exterior sets at Barrandov Studios and there were no reported injuries, sources said. The extent of the damage is not known yet, but it is believed to be significant. The cause of the fire is under investigation. For now, the plan is for production to resume on Monday.

    Created/executive produced by Don Handfield and Richard Rayner and executive produced by Jeremy Renner, who is set to guest star, Knightfall chronicles the mysterious but true accounts of the Knights Templar, the elite warriors of the Crusades. Dominic Minghella, Jeff Pinkner, Andre Nemec, Josh Appelbaum and Scott Rosenberg also executive produce.
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  • 22:25 - Writer Diane Ademu-John Inks Overall Deal With 20th Century FOX TV, Joins Empire as Co-EP
    Thanks to Bazooka for the heads up.
    Seasoned writer-producer Diane Ademu-John has signed an overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV. Under the multi-year pact, Ademu-John recently joined the studio’s hit Fox drama Empire at the start of production of the upcoming third season as co-executive producer. Additionally, she will develop her own projects.

    “Diane is a fantastic upper-level writer with mountains of experience—she can write it all, from procedurals to character dramas to soaps to the supernatural,” 20th TV president of creative affairs Jonnie Davis said. “We’re thrilled she’s come on board Empire where she’s been doing incredible work, and we look forward to developing with her down the road.”

    Added Diane Ademu-John, “This is a wonderful chance for me to work on a show I love and also be able to create new and exciting series. Everyone at 20th has been so incredibly supportive.”

    Ademu-John most recently was an executive producer on the CW/Warner Bros. TV drama series The Originals. She previously worked on ABC’s Body of Proof and NBC/CBS’s Medium. Her feature film script Diver is in development at Intrepid Pictures with Mike Flanagan (Oculus) attached to direct.
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  • 19:25 - 24: Legacy - EP Hints at Role for Mary Lynn Rajskub‘s Chloe
    Enough about a possible Jack Bauer cameo. What we really want to know is if 24: Legacy will carve out a few minutes for Chloe?

    “We have plans,” executive producer Evan Katz told TVLine in the below video when asked point-blank about Mary Lynn Rajskub‘s beloved tech goddess possibly making an appearance in the forthcoming Fox reboot. “Right now, our clear priority is [establishing] these new characters, and have the audience build a relationship with them. But we have some surprises planned.”

    24: Legacy centers on a former Army Ranger (played by The Walking Dead‘s Corey Hawkins) who, upon returning to the U.S., turns to the CTU for help in saving his life. “The premise of the season is based on a real story about the guys who took out Osama bin Laden,” explains fellow EP Manny Coto. “It struck us as a fascinating [introduction] for a character who participated in a huge mission to take out a terrorist leader and then had to go back to his normal life. And then what would happen if [someone] started killing off the members of his team one by one? He’s the one who realizes this and goes on a large quest to find out why this is happening.
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  • 19:20 - MOVIES: The Nutcracker - Helen Mirren in Talks to Join Disney's Live Action Adaptation
    Helen Mirren is in negotiations to join the growing cast of Disney’s adaptation of The Nutcracker.

    Rising child star Mackenzie Foy is headlining the project, which already boasts Keira Knightley, Morgan Freeman and ballerina Misty Copeland.

    Lasse Hallstrom is directing the adaptation of the classic ballet by Peter Tchaikovsky and the story by E.T.A. Hoffmann.

    Disney is titling its feature The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, with the story focusing on a young girl named Clara (Foy) who receives a nutcracker doll from her godfather on Christmas Eve. When she goes to check on it later, the clock strikes midnight and she finds herself thrust into a fantastical world where she is in the middle of a war between gingerbread soldiers and an army of mice.

    Mirren will play a character named Mother Ginger.

  • 19:20 - MOVIES: Ocean's Eight - Sarah Paulson in Talks to Join Cast
    EXCLUSIVE: Sarah Paulson, who is up for an Emmy for her turn as Marcia Clark in The People Vs OJ Simpson, is in early talks to join the killer cast of Ocean’s Eight, Warner Bros and Village Roadshow’s female-driven caper spinoff directed by Gary Ross. If the deal makes she will join Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling and Awkwafina.
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  • 19:15 - Disjointed - Elizabeth Alderfer Joins Netflix Comedy Series
    Elizabeth Alderfer (Better Off Single) has been cast as a series regular opposite Kathy Bates in Disjointed, Netflix’s pot-themed workplace multi-camera comedy from Chuck Lorre, former Daily Show head writer David Javerbaum and Warner Bros. TV.

    Written and executive produced by Lorre and Javerbaum, Disjointed, which has a 20-episode straight-to-series order, stars Bates as Ruth, a lifelong advocate for legalization who’s finally living her dream as the owner of an L.A.-area cannabis dispensary. Joining her are three budtenders, her twenty-something son and a deeply troubled security guard. All of them are more or less constantly high.

    Alderfer will play Olivia, a budtender at the dispensary who possesses an expert knowledge of her product. She tells it like it is, and looks at the strains they sell like a top chef would look at their menu.
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  • 19:15 - MOVIES: A Dog's Purpose - Trailer feat Dennis Quaid, Peggy Lipton, Britt Robertson, K.J. Apa


  • 19:10 - MOVIES: James And The Giant Peach - Sam Mendes in Talks to Direct a Live-Action Movie for Disney
    EXCLUSIVE: Sam Mendes in early talks to develop and direct James And The Giant Peach, a live-action project in the works at Disney with Nick Hornby penning the screenplay. We’re hearing the talks are in the very early stages.

    This would be the latest animated pic-turned-live action play for Disney. The Roald Dahl book was adapted into a feature by Henry Selick via Walt Disney Animation in 1996. The story centers on an orphan who lives with his two mean aunts who befriends human-like bugs who live inside a giant peach, and they trek to New York City. It made $28.9 million at the domestic box office.

    Mendes helmed two back-to-back James Bond movies in 2012’s Skyfall and last year’s Spectre but has said he’s done with the 007 franchise.

    Disney is mining its fairy tale catalog a la Maleficent, Cinderella and Jungle Book, with live-action pics in the works based on The Little Mermaid with Lin-Manuel Miranda, Beauty And The Beast starring Emma Watson, Cruella with Emma Stone, and Dumbo spearheaded by Tim Burton.
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  • 19:10 - Stranger Things - One of Netflix’s Most-Watched Shows
    Supernatural drama Stranger Things has received critical praise and a lot of buzz since it premiered on Netflix on July 15, and it’s definitely high on the list of shows subscribers are watching.

    According to stats provided by Symphony Advanced Media, Stranger Things is third behind Orange is the New Black and Fuller House in viewership within its first 35 days on the internet TV network. The series starring Winona Ryder, averaged 14.07 million adults 18-49, behind top-ranked Season 4 of OITNB and Season 1 of Fuller House. It ranked ahead of Making a Murderer (13.35 million), Daredevil Season 2 (13.35 million), Jessica Jones (6.26 million), and all other Netflix series tracked by Symphony.
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