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Disney Officially Delays Black Widow, Pushes Back Other Films
Disney Officially Delays Black Widow, Pushes Back Other Films | 411MANIA

A Chinese military propaganda video simulating a bombing raid used clips from Hollywood blockbusters, including Transformers and The Rock, reports say
China military PR film mocked over 'Hollywood clips' - BBC News

As expected, Chloe Zhao’s Venice Golden Lion winner Nomadland took the often Oscar-predictive Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award announced this morning. Regina King’s One Night in Miami was second, and Beans was third in the slimmed down competition at the fest, which had about a sixth of the number of films in play than usual. ...
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‘Nomadland’ Wins Toronto People’s Choice Award But What Does It All Mean For Oscar Plus Festival Wrap Up As TIFF Ends And NYFF Gets Going – Deadline

BRITS have hit the town in Leeds, London and Cardiff as the UK teeters on the brink of a new lockdown, curfew and shut pubs.

Revellers enjoyed a night out on Saturday in what could be the last weekend of freedom before another national lockdown is announced to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Brits hit the town in Leeds, London and Cardiff as UK teeters on the brink of lockdown, curfew and shut pubs

Kevin Smith On Ben Affleck's Bigger Role In Mallrats 2, Update On Green Hornet Animated Series
Kevin Smith On Ben Affleck's Bigger Role In Mallrats 2, Update On Green Hornet Animated Series | 411MANIA

Nine times Emmy honors have been revoked or rescinded
Nine times Emmy honors have been revoked or rescinded |

You may not expect I Can See Your Voice, Fox’s latest goofy, Wednesday-night game show, to hit you square in your feelings. Host Ken Jeong certainly didn’t… and then he found himself experiencing — in his own, incredulous words — “emotional beats” in the midst of an unscripted musical series.
[VIDEO] ‘I Can See Your Voice’ — Ken Jeong Season 1 Interview | TVLine

Being a champion of exhibition, and the first tentpole filmmaker to get movie theaters up and running with Tenet, it should come as no surprise to hear that the movie’s filmmaker Christopher Nolan and his wife, producer Emma Thomas, headed to the multiplex recently in Irvine CA, showing their full support for theaters. ...
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Christopher Nolan Heads To Irvine Cinema In Support Of Exhibition Biz – And It Wasn’t ‘Tenet’ – Deadline

Reginald Hudlin, one of the executive producers of this year’s unique (to say the least) virtual 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards show, has actually produced the Oscars in 2016. But even that did not prepare him for what he is experiencing at the helm of this year’s Emmys.
Reginald Hudlin On The Great Unknowns Producing The Virtual Primetime Emmys – Deadline

CAA has agreed to sign a franchise agreement with the Writers Guild of America, Variety has learned, but the guild says it will not accept the terms as presented by the agency powerhouse.

Per a statement sent out by the agency, CAA has agreed to the same terms that ICM agreed to when it signed a deal with the WGA in August, namely to end the practice of packaging fees within two years. ...
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CAA Agrees to Agency Pact With WGA But Guild May Balk at Divestiture Term - Variety

AMC has ordered a stop-motion animation dramedy that hails from Steve Conrad and the team at “Robot Chicken” producer Stoopid Buddy Stoodios.

The series is titled “Mega City Smiths.” The story, unfolding via the stop-motion animation of baby dolls repurposed as a grown-up cast of characters, hinges on an investigation into the mysterious disappearance of fictional metropolis Mega City’s most famous magnate. ...
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AMC Orders Stop-Motion Dramedy From 'Patriot' Creator - Variety

Chris Hemsworth Plans To Stick With Marvel After Thor: Love & Thunder
Chris Hemsworth Plans To Stick With Marvel After Thor: Love & Thunder | 411MANIA

With more than 530 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable and streaming, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. So consider this our reminder to set your DVR, order a Season Pass, pop a fresh Memorex into the VCR… however it is you roll.
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TV Schedule: What to Watch the Week of September 13, 2020 | TVLine

Late in August, to enormous success, Netflix debuted the first two seasons of YouTube Premium's Cobra Kai on its platform. While the sequel series — a decades-later continuation of 1984's The Karate Kid — found an audience on its original platform, it exploded upon its Netflix debut. It's also further proof that there's a substantial market of nostalgic viewers clamoring for TV or streaming shows centered around their 1980s favorites.
After Cobra Kai: 7 Other 80s Movies That Should Get A TV Show Sequel - CINEMABLEND

'CancelNetflix' campaign heats up over 'Cuties'
'CancelNetflix' campaign heats up over 'Cuties' | CTV News

The Toronto Film Festival has changed its controversial policy on face masks in its theaters on the eve of its virtual 2020 edition.

TIFF will now require fest-goers to wear face coverings during all in-person movie viewing at its Bell Lightbox multiplex. Fest organizers cited a surge in new COVID-19 cases in Ontario for the U-turn on an earlier mask-optional policy that allowed fest-goers to decide if they wear a face covering "when seated in-cinema."

Hugo Weaving Not Interested in Revisiting Lord of the Rings Role
Hugo Weaving Not Interested in Revisiting Lord of the Rings Role | 411MANIA

The success of MTV in the 1980s also helped propel the careers of many executives still working in music today, several of whom are featured in the A&E documentary “I Want My MTV” (read Variety‘s review), which premieres tonight (Sept. 8). Among those first employees: John Sykes, now the chairman of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and president of iHeartMedia Entertainment.
'I Want My MTV' Documentary: Key Moments From the Network's Early Days - Variety

Susan Rovner has been tapped for the top entertainment programming job at NBCUniversal. A source close to the situation confirmed to Variety that Rovner has accepted an offer for the new role.

In heading up the entertainment programming division, Rovner will be responsible for scripted, unscripted, late-night and alternative programming for NBC, the NBCU cable networks, and direct-to-consumer service Peacock.
Susan Rovner Set to Join NBCUniversal in Top TV Programming Role - Variety


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