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5 hours ago

Doug Liman to Direct ‘Dark Universe’ foC, Warner Bros.

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| By Jonnyy McFly - 5 hours ago

Doug Liman is set to direct the Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment adaptation of “Dark Universe” — a.k.a., “Justice League Dark.”

Scott Rudin is producing. Michael Gilio is writing the script.

Warner Bros. had no comment.

Sources also added that Liman has left the Channing Tatum “Gambit” which insiders say is a mutual split between the studio and Liman.

While plot details are being kept under wraps, the story revolves around a dark Justice League team that consists of John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Deadman, Zatanna and Etrigan the Demon.

The film is an ensemble focused which speaks to one of his early hits “Go”, which dealt with a similar ensemble. The film will play a major role in the new D.C. Cinematic Universe.

Constantine was played by Keanu Reeves in a 2005 movie, as well as by Matt Ryan in NBC series “Constantine,” which was canceled in 2015 after one season. Swamp Thing has also had his own movie, with Dick Durock playing the creature in Wes Craven’s 1982 film.

Del Toro was originally attached to direct, but the project was shelved as the helmer was sidetracked by other projects. Rudin came on board as producer last year, giving new life to the property.

Liman recently finished filming “The Wall,” starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, at Amazon Studios. He is also attached to direct “Chaos Walking” at Lionsgate and has the drug cartel pic “American Made,” starring Tom Cruise, opening next September.

He is currently in post on the Tom Cruise pic “American Made.”

He is repped by CAA and attorney Alan Grodin.

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6 hours ago

Image inside Fuller House: New Kids on the Block Will Hang Tough With D.J. & Co.

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| By Steve - 6 hours ago

Step 1: We can have lots of fun. Step 2: ThereÂ’s so much we can do. Step 3: ItÂ’s just you and me D.J., Kimmy and Stephanie!

New Kids on the Block will guest-star on Fuller House‘s upcoming second season, the Netflix revival announced Thursday via a photo of stars Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber and Candace Cameron Bure posted to the show’s Twitter account.

Per TV, the band shows up as a make-good after Stephanie and Kimmy mess up plans for D.J.’s birthday. And we already know how much D.J. loves the band, given the dedication she (and the others) showed to knowing the guys’ “You Got It (The Right Stuff)” choreography in Season 1.

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6 hours ago

Article inside Box Office: ‘Ben-Hur’ Flops With $11.4 Million, ‘Suicide Squad’ Still on Top

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Ben-Hur” derailed spectacularly at the multiplexes this weekend, as the latest attempt to revive the chariot racing epic opened to an anemic $11.4 million. That’s a disastrous result for the $100 million production, putting “Ben-Hur” in the ranks of the summer’s biggest flops.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Paramount co-produced the remake of Lew Wallace’s novel “Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ”; the book was the basis for the 1959 blockbuster that followed Charlton Heston into the arena. Here, Jack Huston took the reins as a Jewish prince who must exact his revenge after his adopted brother (Toby Kebbell) betrays him.

“This is the bomb of the summer,” said Jeff Bock, a box office analyst with Exhibitor Relations. “They went big and they went home.”

Although MGM put up roughly 80% of the budget for the film, its failure will be felt at Paramount. The studio has had a bad streak at the box office of late, fielding duds such as “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows” and “Zoolander 2.” That’s not the only source of strife. Its parent company, Viacom, has been engulfed in an epic corporate struggle pitting CEO Philippe Dauman against the Redstone family, the media conglomerate’s controlling stakeholders. That issue, at least, is moving towards a resolution, as Viacom announced this weekend that Dauman was stepping down from atop the company and will be replaced on an interim basis by COO Thomas Dooley.

“Ben-Hur’s” backers aggressively courted the Christian community, doing outreach to pastors and holding taste-maker screenings for religious leaders. The studios also hoped that producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, who earned devout points with “Son of God” and the miniseries “The Bible,” would help them turn out audiences. Instead, “Ben-Hur” trailed the $47 million debut of “Noah” and the $24 million launch of “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” two recent Biblical epics that lacked a heavenly touch.

“Ben-Hur” drew a crowd that was 51% female and 94% over the age of 25. It also did well in the South and Southwest, areas that are more religious, but did not do as well in more secular regions of the country such as the Northeast and the West Coast.

The film, it seems, could not expand beyond its core Christian audience. Paramount vice chairman Rob Moore noted that “Ben-Hur” is the latest in a string of remakes and sequels such as “Independence Day: Resurgence” and “Ghostbusters” to have failed to draw crowds.

“It goes to a general trend,” he said. “Audiences are saying, ‘remakes or sequels have got to be great or original if you want us to show up.'”

The film could get a lift from overseas crowds. “Ben-Hur” picked up $10.7 million in roughly a third of the global markets. Sources believe it could ultimately gross $100 million in foreign territories, which wouldn’t be enough to make its investors whole, but should stop some of the bleeding.

With “Ben-Hur” faltering, “Suicide Squad” managed to snag first place for the third consecutive weekend. The story of a band of super villains netted $20.7 million, pushing the Warner Bros. release’s domestic total to $262.3 million. Not adjusted for inflation, the film is the second-highest grossing stateside release of Will Smith’s career, behind “Independence Day’s” $306.2 million haul.

“We’re in great shape,” said Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros. distribution executive vice president. “We’re well on our way to $300 million domestically.”

The weekend also marked the launch of “War Dogs,” an off-beat comedy about weapons dealers, which picked up a modest $14.3 million for a third-place finish. Warner Bros. backed the project, partly as a show of appreciation for all the money director Todd Phillips minted from “The Hangover” trilogy. It cost north of $45 million to produce, and teams Jonah Hill with Miles Teller. The duo was tapped to star in roles originally intended for Shia LaBeouf and Jesse Eisenberg. Ticket buyers were 56% male and 51% under the age of 35.

“We’re proud of Todd Phillips,” said Goldstein. “He made a fun, smart movie that will leg out over the next few weeks.”

With “Ben-Hur” making a bid for religious crowds and “War Dogs” trying to grab adults, Focus Features went after family audiences. The indie label debuted “Kubo and the Two Strings,” an animated story about a boy and a monkey who try to find a magical suit of armor in Ancient Japan. It’s the latest offering from Laika, the makers of “ParaNorman” and “The Boxtrolls.” The film cost between $55 million and $60 million, and brought in $12.6 million in its first weekend for a fourth-place finish. That’s on the lighter end of openings for the studio, but the film could be helped by its strong reviews.

“[Laika CEO] Travis Knight and his team crafted an extraordinary film and it’s rightly deserving of the tremendous reviews,” said Jim Orr, distribution chief at Focus Features.

In its second weekend, Sony’s “Sausage Party” held strong, taking in $15.3 million, a drop of 55% from its debut. That was good enough for runner-up status on the box office charts and pushes the foul-mouthed animated comedy’s domestic haul to $65.3 million.

Disney’s “Pete’s Dragon” is currently neck-in-neck with “Ben-Hur” for fifth place. The remake of the 1977 children’s film earned $11.3 million, bringing its stateside total to $42.9 million after two weeks of release.

The continued success of “Suicide Squad” and “Sausage Party” lifted overall receipts nearly 25% from the same weekend last year — a period that saw the release of “Sinister 2” and “Hitman: Agent 47.” Critics have slammed this year’s crop of blockbusters as dull and unimaginative, but ticket sales are closing in on last summer’s results and August receipts should set a record.

“This has been a monumental August,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst with comScore. “Normally, summers end with whimper and not a bang.”

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6 hours ago

Video inside Russian Avengers back at it with a domestic trailer!!

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Article inside Jason Statham Does Not Want Any Part of the 'Fast 8' 'Bickering'

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Jason Statham is not here for your sassy feud rumors. But thanks to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's post calling his male "Fast 8" co-stars "candy asses," pretty much everyone involved in "The Fast and the Furious" franchise is being asked to react. Statham clearly wishes this was not the case. He's trying to promote "Mechanic: Resurrection," so when People asked him about the "Fast 8" drama, he bobbed and weaved like a champ.

"I stay out of any bickering or any troubles that people have. I have nothing to do with it and I don't want any part of it." Statham said he's "a good friend of Dwayne's" and he'd "like to keep it that way," adding, "Look, Dwayne's his own man and what he says he's entitled to say in his own way. And what he wants to say – you've got to ask him."

Statham, who plays Deckard Shaw, told People he loved the whole experience of working on "Fast 8," calling the cast "phenomenal."

So that's his take on it, and don't bother asking him for more on The Rock/Vin Diesel chatter, 'cause Jason Statham is not the kind of guy you want to annoy. "Fast 8" is scheduled to open April 14, 2017.

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6 hours ago

Article inside Britney Spears TV Movie in the Works at Lifetime

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Britney Spears is officially stronger than she was yesterday.

The iconic pop star is getting her own Lifetime movie, it was announced Wednesday. Directed by Leslie Libman (“Manson’s Lost Girls“), the telepic will chart the singer’s rise to fame, and will also focus on the peaks and valleys that occurred throughout her career, in front of the cameras and behind the scenes.

Natasha Bassett (“Hail, Cesar!”) is set to star as Spears in the two-hour biopic. The film will also explore the singer’s relationships with Justin Timberlake, Jason Alexander and Kevin Federline.

The TV movie, under the working title “Britney,” will be produced by Asylum Entertainment (“The Kennedys”), with a script written by Anne-Marie Hess (“Perfect High”). Exec producers include Steve Michaels, Jonathan Koch and Joan Harrison. It’s worth noting that Spears does not appear to be affiliated with the production in any way, making this similar to other recent biopics from the network, including “The Brittany Murphy Story” and “Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B.”

The news precedes the release of Spears’ ninth studio album “Glory,” set for release on Friday, Aug. 26. Spears is also scheduled to perform at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.

Production for “Britney” will begin Sept. 19 in Vancouver, Canada. The film is scheduled for a 2017 release.

Lifetime recently announced production on a Robert Durst TV movie, a film focusing on the murder of JonBenét Ramsey, and a remake of ’80s tearjerker “Beaches.”

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6 hours ago

Article inside Joe Russo Addresses Rumors Of X-Men Joining Avengers: Infinity War Movies

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With rumors swirling about the upcoming X-Men: Legion TV series being canon to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, speculation has spread across fans clamoring at the possibility of seeing the X-Men join forces with the Avengers on the big screen sooner than later.

To fuel those fires, Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson told at San Diego Comic Con that his November film is "the beginning of the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse." With doors opening to new worlds by the hands of the Sorcerer Supreme, what better time to introduce a whole new batch of characters like the X-Men to the Marvel Cinematic audience?

Well, the Quinjet likely won't be making a landing at Xavier's school for the gifted any time soon.

"As far as we know, right now there isn't talk regarding the X-Men," Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War co-director Joe Russo tells "I don't know if behind-the-scenes there were conversations or if there are conversations happening but we certainly haven't heard of any."

If anybody could make such a crossover happen, it would be the Russo Brothers. Their efforts in Captain America: Civil War managed to swing Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time, bringing him home to Marvel Studios in the midst of a flailing reboot coming from Sony Entertainment.

"Sony and Marvel had a relationship through Kevin [Feige] and Amy [Pascal] and through us and Amy," Joe Russo explains. "That's really how Spider-Man came about. It requires a certain alchemy and a very special situation for studios to share properties."

As for whether or not the X-Men were considered for Marvel's biggest film to date, Captain America: Civil War, the answer in unsurprisingly negative. "There was not talk on Civil War about the X-Men," Joe Russo says simply.

Captain America: Civil War releases for download Digital HD on September 2 and will be available on blu-ray and DVD on September 13.

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6 hours ago

Image inside Leaked Images From GHOST IN THE SHELL Show Scarlett Johansson And The Rest Of Section 9

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| By Steve - 6 hours ago

We've seen a handful of low quality Ghost in the Shell set photos, but now a new back of images have found their way online offering up a look at Scarlett Johansson as The Major, Pilou Asbæk as Batou, and more.

The upcoming live-action take on Ghost in the Shell has generated a fair bit of controversy among whitewashing accusations, but our first proper look at the movie's diverse cast has been revealed via Crunchyroll. Pictured below are The Major (Scarlett Johansson), Ishikawa (Lasarus Ratuere), Togusa (Chin Han), Saito (Yutaka Izumihara), Borma (Tawanda Manyimo), Batou (Pilou Asbæk), and Aramaki (Takeshi Kitano). With any luck, some official high quality versions of these will follow soon.

Ghost in the Shell has been in the works for a while and follows the Major, a special ops, one-of-a-kind human-cyborg hybrid, who leads the elite task force Section 9. Devoted to stopping the most dangerous criminals and extremists, Section 9 is faced with an enemy whose singular goal is to wipe out Hanka RoboticÂ’s advancements in cyber technology. Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman) is directing the movie, and itÂ’s currently set to be released on March 31st, 2017.

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6 hours ago

Yep, the White Captain America Is Going Full Supervillain!

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Steve Rogers is a whole lot more than just saying Hail Hydra and taking orders from the Red Skull. He’s got plans. Straight-up evil plans.

Ever since a new storyline cosmically changed his backstory, the original Captain America has been working as a sleeper agent for evil terrorist organization Hydra. Rogers has been shown kneeling and taking orders from his lifelong archenemy The Red Skull, who’s been in charge of Hydra for a little while.

The Skull issued orders for the Sentinel of Liberty to kill Dr. Erik Selvig, the man who worked on the experiments that turned Cosmic Cube fragments into an impossibly powerful four-year-old girl named Kobik. When the end of that issue revealed that Rogers didn’t kill Selvig, the subtext was that maybe Steve wasn’t all bad and would soon return to form. But this week’s Steve Rogers Captain America #4 makes it seem like that’s probably not happening for a while.

Written by Nick Spencer with art by Javier Pina, Miguel Sepulveda, Rachelle Rosenberg and Joe Caramagna, Steve Rogers Captain America #4 reveals that Steve spared Selvig’s life not out of mercy but to further his own agenda.

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The goal set forth in this issue dangles a tantalizing possibility for Steve Rogers’ future: he might actually kill the Red Skull. Superhero comics are rife with long-running blood feuds that don’t end because of heroes’ vows not to kill, like Batman’s never-ending dance with the Joker.

Now, we’ve got an original Captain America with a different collection of moral limiters and dedicated to a more chilling set of ideals. Rogers still has the goodwill of his unsuspecting superhero peers; who would object if a climactic battle ended with Johann Schmidt dead at the elder Captain America’s hands. It’s an opportunity to break another longstanding tenet of the character’s mythos, pushing him to a place that thematically gestures at the gap between exceptionalist belief and actual practice. Steve Rogers is a bad guy now and bad guys kill. The death of the Red Skull at his hands almost seems a matter of when, not if.

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6 hours ago

Article inside Martin Lawrence Sets Stand-Up Comedy Special at Showtime

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Martin Lawrence is making his way back to the televised stage.

The renowned comedian has set his first stand-up special in 14 years, “Martin Lawrence Doin’ Time: Uncut,” which will air Friday, Sept. 9 at 9 p.m. on Showtime.

“I look forward to having my third concert film premiere on Showtime. Fourteen years is a long time between concert specials and I am excited to know that my TV audience will be able to enjoy this show as if they came to see me live,” said Lawrence, who’s coming off of a sold-out national tour.

The Showtime special will feature Lawrence’s impressions and insights, covering everything from sex and relationships to President Obama, Bill Cosby and Hollywood.

Lawrence rose to fame in the 1990s with his self-titled Fox series “Martin,” and box office smashes including the “Bad Boys” and “Big Momma’s House” franchises.

Lawrence serves as an executive producer on his Showtime special, “Martin Lawrence Doin’ Time: Uncut,” which is directed by David Raynr. Other exec producers are Studio71’s Gary Binkow and Michael Green. Producers are Barry Ehrmann, Robert Lawrence, Rae Proctor, Sean Lampkin and Michael Hubbard of You So Crazy and Studio71.

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Video inside RINGS Official International Trailer #1 - Aimee Teegarden Horror Movie

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6 hours ago

Article inside Viceland’s Low Ratings Aren’t the Problem: Shane Smith Is

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The fledgling cable network hasnÂ’t been delivering the millennial audience the Vice Media CEO has promised

Nearly six months have elapsed since the much-ballyhooed launch of Viceland, the A&E Networks and Vice Media joint linear TV network that was supposed to be a magnet for millennial viewers. One problem: The channel isnÂ’t proving much of a draw for any audience, regardless of age. This is both a bigger and smaller deal than it may seem.

The big deal: Vice Media CEO Shane Smith gave a plethora of pre-launch interviews to a number of outlets, explaining why Viceland would succeed where youth-skewing, socially conscious networks like Current TV (and, now, Pivot) had failed.

“Twelve months from now we’ll be on the cover of Time magazine as the guys who brought millennials back to TV,” a cocksure Smith told the Hollywood Reporter.

In short, Smith set himself up as the Millennial Whisperer, or perhaps some sort of Pied Piper, leading the Youth to television instead of into a river to drown. After all, this was the man who built Vice into a digital powerhouse by giving young people the kind of content they really wanted.

But Viceland is only drawing an average primetime audience of 45,000 in the 18-49 demographic, according to Nielsen data obtained by the Wall Street Journal. Worse, the median viewer age is 40, meaning that fully half of its total audience is far outside the “millennial” audience, widely considered to be 18-34.

Viceland was always a counterintuitive move from A&E and Vice. The companies were creating a cable TV network geared at people (millennials) who donÂ’t watch cable TV networks, in order to replace one geared toward people who do (Gen X and Baby Boomers).

Yet on Feb. 29, 2016, Viceland sprang onto the channel guide, full of piss and vinegar and shows about marijuana, replacing H2, the second History channel.

Prior to the channelÂ’s launch, A&E and Vice struck a deal with Nielsen to suppress the reporting of VicelandÂ’s ratings for six months, ostensibly to give the network time to grow and evolve naturally, away from the prying eyes of acerbic critics.

Naturally, A&E Networks CEO Nancy Dubuc was quick to point out to WSJ that huge linear TV ratings for Viceland arenÂ’t really the point of the venture. That median viewer age of 40 is a good 17 years younger than the H2 audience (a result likely influenced by the loss of half the audience that watched H2), which represents a healthier future to program to. ThatÂ’s network spin, yes, but thereÂ’s truth there.

And Viceland really is just another way for Vice and A&E to distribute the video content produced by Vice. Insiders tell TheWrap that ad inventory for the channel is sold out for the next two years, and that much of the creative is being produced by ViceÂ’s in-house ad operation.

But the reason every media reporter worth their salt was digging around to get ratings data for Viceland wasnÂ’t because they doubted Vice and A&E would find a way to make money off a TV network.

It was the hubris of Smith proclaiming, in no uncertain terms, that he could do what no one else could, and that no one else had done it because they were too short-sighted.

“Change has never been more important, never so crucial, especially in our industry,” Smith told attendees at the Edinburgh Television Festival on Wednesday.

Which is why itÂ’s so odd that Viceland, in and of itself, is about as much an agent of change as your Great-Aunt Mildred.

The truth is, an entire generation is turning away from linear TV. When TV viewership among 18-34s for the Olympic Games — one of the more widely watched TV events that theoretically appeals to all ages — is down as much as 33 percent on some nights, you know there’s no going back.

That’s actually fine for a company like Vice. Smith — who, perhaps a little ironically, is a member of Gen X — built Vice Media into a digital powerhouse by creating content that seemed to appeal to Gen Y and putting it where they wanted to look at it (online), and by creating their own in-house ad agency.

That business model was the reason A&E shoveled a $250 million investment into Vice Media two years ago, and why Disney, which co-owns A&E with Hearst, decided to toss in an extra $400 million investment a year and a half later, valuing Vice at $4 billion.

But in creating a TV network to go after those big TV ad dollars, Smith ignored what made Vice so successful in the first place. As for why that elusive millennial audience remains elusive, all we have right now are theories.

It could be that most of the network’s programming feels no different from anything else you could see on Vice’s YouTube channel, which are still racking up respectable, if not outrageous, view counts. (Reminder: YouTube considers any play longer than 30 seconds a “view,” and so any comparison to TV ratings, which indicate average viewership per minute, is bunk.)

Or maybe those younger viewers wonÂ’t watch anything on TV, regardless of the quality or how much itÂ’s designed to appeal to them? Looking at a network like Adult Swim, though, that argument doesnÂ’t hold up.

In 2015, Adult Swim averaged 669,000 viewers per day in the 18-49 demographic (it airs from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.), or nearly 15 times VicelandÂ’s primetime 18-49 audience, and its median viewer age is 25.

This proves there is a way to attract almost a million 18-34 TV viewers a night, but Smith and Vice havenÂ’t yet found it.

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9 hours ago

Article inside Stan Lee Has No Problem With Zendaya Playing Mary Jane Watson In SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING

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The news that Zendaya is playing Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man: Homecoming was met with a very vocal response last week, but one person who has no problem with the casting is creator Stan "The Man" Lee...

Spider-Man: Homecoming star Zendaya doesn't have white skin or red hair, hence why the internet exploded last week when it was revealed that she will play Mary Jane Watson in the upcoming Marvel Studios reboot. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn has already leapt to her defence (without confirming the casting of course), but Zendaya has another high profile supporter in Stan Lee.

Talking in a recent interview with the Toronto Sun, Lee - who is credited with the character's creation alongside John Romita, Sr. and Steve Ditko - had this to say about the actress joining Spider-Man: Homecoming.


"If she is as good an actress as I hear she is, I think itÂ’ll be absolutely wonderful. The colour of their skin doesnÂ’t matter, their religion doesnÂ’t matter. All that matters is that this the right person for the role."
Honestly, it's hard to counter that as "The Man" makes plenty of great points!

It's been said that the reveal Zendaya is playing MJ was supposed to be a surprise in the movie, so it now remains to be seen whether or not the casting news getting out there will change how Marvel promots the character's involvement. Are you on board with the actress starring as this character in Spider-Man: Homecoming? As always, be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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Article inside ‘Doctor Strange’ Shot New Scenes Written by Dan Harmon After Production Wrapped

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Doctor Strange wrapped principal photography back in April, where Benedict Cumberbatch spent part of his last day of shooting making a surprise appearance at a comic book shop in his full Sorcerer Supreme wardrobe. However, just recently when a rumor popped up about a potential cameo from one of The Avengers in Doctor Strange, it appeared as if some additional photography was done as recently as this month, thanks to an update to Twitter by co-star Benedict Wong.

Now we have confirmation that new scenes for Doctor Strange were recently completed, and the scenes in question were actually last minute additions written by Community and Rick and Morty creator Dan Harmon.

Find out about the additional Doctor Strange scenes written by Dan Harmon after the jump.

The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Dan Harmon was brought on board Doctor Strange after production had wrapped and that the scenes he wrote were “for additional photography.” Unfortunately, beyond that we don’t have any details about the scenes that needed to be added into the movie. But this is kind of a big deal since Dan Harmon has no experience writing for a big blockbuster movie like Doctor Strange.

Dan Harmon is best known for creating Community and co-creating Rick and Morty, but he also wrote the script for the underrated animated flick Monster House, not to mention doing uncredited work on Kung Fu Panda. However, his hiring isnÂ’t completely out of left field since Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War directors Anthony and Joe Russo also have their roots in directing episodes of Community, Happy Endings and Arrested Development. Maybe it was the Russos who recommended that Harmon write the scenes in question.

This is purely speculation on my part, but I wonder if Harmon was hired to write some scenes that better explain some of the exposition that will undoubtedly be needed to help explain the new mystical side of the Marvel cinematic universe. Harmon does a fine job bringing sci-fi concepts into Rick and Morty without slowing the show down or losing any comedic flair, so maybe a writer with that kind of sensibility was needed for Doctor Strange.

ItÂ’s not clear if Dan Harmon will be credited alongside writers Scott Derrickson (who is also directing) and C. Robert Cargill (Sinister), who also get story credit alongside Prometheus writer Jon Spaihts. Usually when writers are brought on for gigs like this, they donÂ’t end up getting their name in the credits, but they still get a paycheck. WeÂ’ll find out when the credits roll after we see the movie on November 4, and hopefully weÂ’ll find out what scenes he wrote shortly thereafter.

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13 hours ago

Image inside Dope pictures from some of your favorite movies [:iranmaybe:]

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I'm going to keep this thread description short...but basically, post some cool looking images from some of your personal favorite movies. They don't have to be some of your "favorite" movies or whatever...The purpose of this thread is to just post dope images...Film shots or behind the scenes photos Please don't bi*ch and moan and complain about a particular movie being posted, this isn't the thread for that

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15 hours ago

Samara is reborn in the first Rings trailer and poster

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On October 28, the beloved “Ring” horror franchise returns with Rings, directed by F. Javier Gutierrez (Before the Fall) from a script by David Loucka, Jacob Estes and Akiva Goldsman. Paramount Pictures has now debuted the first Rings trailer and poster, which you can view below.

Rings, a young woman becomes worried about her boyfriend when he explores a dark subculture surrounding a mysterious videotape said to kill the watcher seven days after he has viewed it. She sacrifices herself to save her boyfriend and in doing so makes a horrifying discovery: there is a “movie within the movie” that no one has ever seen before…

Rings stars Matilda Lutz, Alex Roe, Johnny Galecki, Aimee Teegarden, Bonnie Morgan and Vincent D’Onofrio. The film is produced by Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald.

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15 hours ago

Article inside Leslie Jones’ Personal Website Hacked, N-de Photos Posted

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Leslie JonesÂ’ personal website was reportedly hacked Wednesday, with nude photos and personal information of the star released.

Photos of comedianÂ’s passport and drivers license were posted in a gross invasion of privacy, in addition to the nudes.

The site was taken down shortly after 9am PT. No motive has been announced yet.

Jones — who is active on Twitter — has not responded yet.

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| By Steve - 15 hours ago

The cast shakeup at Saturday Night Live is over, and the rest of last season's cast is returning.

Splitsider confirms that the Season 42 cast will be the same as Season 41, minus Taran Killam, Jay Pharoah and Jon Rudnitsky, who were let go earlier this month.

The cast is:


Vanessa Bayer
Beck Bennett
Aidy Bryant
Colin Jost
Kate McKinnon
Kyle Mooney
Bobby Moynihan
Cecily Strong
Kenan Thompson
Sasheer Zamata
Michael Che
Pete Davidson
Leslie Jones
The sketch show will have new co-head writers Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider this season. No premiere date has been announced. It also remains to be seen whether SNL will add any new cast members to the existing roster.

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