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Marvel Honcho Kevin Feige Hints ‘Captain Marvel’ Will Lead to Fourth ‘Avengers’ Film

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Marvel Studios President and producer Kevin Feige has offered hints long suspected in fanboy circles, suggesting the upcoming “Captain Marvel” will lead into a fourth “Avengers” film. In an interview with Indie Wire, Feige discussed the plan moving forward after the fourth “Avengers” film and how the Captain Marvel film will play a big role in bringing the current story to a close. “We’re really focusing on ‘Captain Marvel’ and the work that Anna and Ryan are doing,” said the Marvel honcho. “It’s going to be a big part of heading towards this epic conclusion and epic finale »


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Uber Sexual Harassment Movie in the Works With Susan Fowler

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Good Universe is teaming up with Susan Fowler, who exposed Uber’s sexual harassment problems, for a movie about her experience at the company.

Fowler disclosed the ride-share company’s problems in a Feb. 19 blog post titled “Reflecting on One Very, Very Strange Year at Uber.” The post led to an internal investigation and CEO Travis Kalanick’s resignation.

Good Universe, which was recently bought by Lionsgate, has hired “Hidden Figures” screenwriter Allison Schroeder to write the script. Kristin Burr is producing.

Fowler wrote in her post, “When I joined Uber, the organization I was part of was over 25% women. By the time I was trying to transfer to another eng organization, this number had dropped down to less than 6%. Women were transferring out of the organization, and those who couldn’t transfer were quitting or preparing to quit. There were two major reasons for this: there was the organizational chaos, and there was »


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Ray Donovan Renewed for Season 6 — But a 'Big' Change Is In Store

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Ray Donovan has been renewed — and, more importantly, relocated.

Showtime announced Monday that it is bringing the Liev Schreiber fixer drama back for a sixth season, but that’s only half the story. The more interesting news is that after five years in Los Angeles the series is shifting its setting to New York City.

The 12-episode, Big Apple-set season will begin production in early 2018 and debut later that year.

The renewal comes just days before Ray Donovan airs its Season 5 finale (Sunday, 9/8c), an episode that was partially shot in NYC. »


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Julia Roberts, Lucas Hedges to Star in Drama 'Ben is Back'

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Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges are set to star in the homecoming drama Ben Is Back.

Peter Hedges (What's Eating Gilbert Grape, About a Boy) wrote and will direct the feature that takes place over 24 hours, following the charming-but-troubled Ben Burns (Hedges) who returns home to his unsuspecting family one fateful Christmas Eve. Ben’s wary mother, Holly Burns (Roberts), welcomes her beloved son, but soon learns that he is still in harm’s way.

Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson's Color Force and Teddy Schwarzman's Black Bear Pictures are producing alongside the elder Hedges. 30West and Black Bear will fully finance the »


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Renee Zellweger to Play Judy Garland in Drama From 'The Crown' Scribe

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Bridget Jones star Renee Zellweger is set to play Judy Garland in Judy, based on the true story of the stage and screen icon's final concerts in London.

Pathe and Calamity Films are backing the project, based on a script by Tom Edge (The Crown, Lovesick) and to be directed by Tony nominee and two-time Olivier winner Rupert Goold, with production set to start February 2018. BAFTA winner David Livingstone (Pride) will produce for Calamity Films

Judy will chronicle Garland's arrival in swinging 1968 London to perform in a series of sellout shows. It has been 30 years since "the »


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Ashley Judd Sets First TV Interview After Harvey Weinstein Allegation

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Ashley Judd, whose sexual harassment allegation against Harvey Weinstein helped take down the disgraced power producer, will give her first television interview since the fallout to ABC NewsDiane Sawyer.

‪The interview will air on Thursday across ABC News, including on “Good Morning America,” “World News Tonight With David Muir,” “Nightline,” ABC News Digital, and ABC News Radio.

Although Judd told Variety in 2015 about her borrowing experience being sexually harassed by a mogul, she declined to name him at the time. The “Kiss the Girls” actress went pubic with the allegations in an Oct. 5 article in the New York Times, which led dozens of other women to come forward with their own stories about sexual misconduct. The bombshell report chronicled decades of sex harassment allegations and revealed that Weinstein reached confidential settlements with at least eight women, including Rose McGowan.

“Women have been talking about Harvey amongst ourselves for a long time, and it’s simply »


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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Renewed for Season 2 at CBS All Access

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Star Trek: Discovery” continues to live long and prosper. CBS All Access has given a second-season pickup to the latest series in the venerable sci-fi franchise, the streaming service announced Monday. The series premiered last month, and the initial six episodes are currently available to stream on CBS All Access. Season 1 has been divided into two chapters, with the final installment in the nine-episode first chapter debuting Nov. 12, and the six-episode second chapter kicking off in January 2018. Also Read: 'Star Trek: Discovery' Star Jason Isaacs Tells Us Whether Show's Klingons Reflect Trump The “Star Trek: Discovery” launch set a record. »


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China Box Office: 'Kingsman 2' Wins Weekend With $40M, 'Never Say Die' Crosses $300M

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Fox's spy sequel The Kingsman: Golden Circle debuted to a strong $40.3 million at the Chinese box office over the weekend.

That's a sizable improvement over the $22.5 million opening its predecessor, The Kingsman: The Secret Service, made in the Middle Kingdom in 2015.

The cheeky action-comedy, again directed by British filmmaker Matthew Vaughn, dominated screen shares while also earning $3.5 million on Imax. Worldwide, Golden Circle has brought in $250.3 million from 61 markets.

Viewer reviews in China are mostly positive — the film holds an average score of 7.3 on Douban and 8.4 on Maoyan — suggesting a »


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Justin Timberlake to Headline Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Justin Timberlake announced Sunday that he will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show next year. The musician made the announcement via Twitter in a video clip with NBC late-night host Jimmy Fallon, declaring, “I do halftime!” The network will broadcast the NFL’s championship game on Feb. 4, 2018, from Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium.

The music superstar previously participated in the halftime show for the 2004 Super Bowl, and the moment he tore off part of Janet Jackson’s costume resulted in the infamous “wardrobe malfunction” in which one. »


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‘Zoo’ Canceled by CBS After 3 Seasons

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CBS has canceled the scripted summer series “Zoo” after three seasons, TheWrap has learned. The series, based on the novel by James Patterson, stars James Wolk, Kristen Connolly and Billy Burke as members of a team investigating a wave of violent animal attacks against humans sweeping the planet. The series completed its third season last month. “Zoo” was a success for the network when it premiered in 2015, but viewership had declined slightly in Season 3, averaging 2.7 million viewers. Also Read: 'Salvation' Renewed for Season 2 at CBS The news of the cancellation comes after CBS renewed “Salvation,” its only other scripted summer program, »


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Michael Rapaport Rips Espn Over ‘Barstool Van Talk’ Cancellation: ‘Self Righteous Chumps’

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Michael Rapaport has weighed in on Espn’s quick cancellation of “Barstool Van Talk,” saying that the sports network yanked the show after one episode “to send a message,” calling out what he characterized as the “self righteous chumps” at Espn. Rapaport fired up his Twitter account on Monday, shortly after Espn president John Skipper announced the cancellation. “Espn cancelled @barstoolsports Van Talk to send a message of some sortve Dick Swinging Power.@SarahSpain & them are self righteous chumps,” Rapaport, whose Podcast “I Am Rapaport” is carried by Barstool Sports, wrote, referring to Espn columnist and radio host Sarah Spain, »


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‘Dora The Explorer’ Live-Action Film in Development at Paramount

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Paramount is moving forward on a live-action “Dora The Explorer” film written by “Neighbors” director Nick Stoller, TheWrap has learned. Michael Bay is producing the film through his Platinum Dunes label with Andrew Form and Brad Fuller. The movie will reportedly take place several years after the Nick Jr. television series, with Dora, now a teenager, moving to the big city to live with his cousin, Diego. Also Read: Paramount Lands Film Rights to 'Sonic the Hedgehog' Video Game Franchise Stoller’s attachment revives a Paramount project that had been dormant for some time. Plans to bring Dora to the big screen first. »


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‘Hunting Ground’ Filmmakers Working on Hollywood Sexual Assault Documentary

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Academy Award nominees Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering have begun work on an untitled documentary about sexual assault in Hollywood.

The exposé will examine abuse and cover-ups within the entertainment industry and focus on the behavior of “predatory perpetrators,” such as Harvey Weinstein. The project will also explore the culture that enables and protects them, provide a safe place for survivors to share their stories, and profile the many emerging voices for change.

An Oct. 5 New York Times report detailed Weinstein’s settlements in at least eight harassment cases, leading to multiple accusations of sexual misconduct and launching criminal investigations. Weinstein’s reps have denied that the sexual activity was non-consensual.

Dick received Academy Award nominations for 2005’s “Twist of Faith” and 2012’s “The Invisible War.” Ziering was nominated for an Oscar for producing “The Invisible War,” which deals with sexual assault in the military. Dick and Ziering then teamed on the 2014 campus rape documentary “The Hunting Ground.”

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Shocked ‘Madam Secretary’ Fans Have a Ton of Questions After Bebe Neuwirth’s Surprise Exit

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Nadine Tolliver is walking away from the State Department on CBS’ “Madam Secretary,” leading to a lot of questions from the show’s fans. Sunday’s episode of the political drama featured the Chief of Staff — played for four seasons by Bebe Neuwirth — exiting Sec. of State Elizabeth McCord’s (Téa Leoni) team. “So grateful to @CBS for accepting my request to depart @MadamSecretary and writing a beautiful exit for me. #IllmissNadine,” the actress tweeted Sunday. Also Read: Bebe Neuwirth Thanks CBS for Letting Her Leave 'Madam Secretary' The surprising twist led to a slew of shocked responses »


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Here’s Why David Fincher Passed on Directing a ‘Star Wars’ Film

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Directing a “plum assignment” like a “Star Wars” film was simply too much for David Fincher. The “Seven” director said on the Empire Film Podcast that he did, at one point, talk to Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy about the possibility of directing a film in the “Star Wars” saga but ultimately decided to pass. “I talked to about that and look, it’s a plum assignment. I don’t know what’s worse: Being George Lucas on the set of the first one where everyone’s going, ‘Alderaan? What the hell is this? Where everyone’s making fun,'” Fincher said. »


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Antalya Festival: Juliette Lewis on Harvey Weinstein, Acting with Robert De Niro, ‘Natural Born Killers’

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Antalya, Turkey — When asked whether she’s ever had trouble from along the lines of the alleged sexual assaults of Harvey Weinstein, Juliette Lewis said producers were too frightened of her, even at age 18, to try anything.

“I scared everyone,” she told fans at the Antalya Film Fest. “Even at 15, people thought I might blow their head off. It’s a good power to have.”

Speaking to an audience who had just seen “Cape Fear,” the 1991 Martin Scorsese film that launched her career, Lewis added, “In any field, it’s nice when things get revealed. It’s important for any line of work that people get found out for their crimes.”

Having received the key to the city from Antalya’s mayor at the fest’s opening gala Saturday, Lewis reflected on the many lessons she gleaned from filming with Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte and Robert Mitchum.

“I was 18 when I did ‘Cape Fear’ but I’m playing »


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Drew Goddard Tackling Children's Fantasy 'Nevermoor' (Exclusive)

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Drew Goddard, the Oscar-nominated scribe behind The Martian, is tackling the big-screen adaptation of Nevermoor, a kids fantasy book that launches on Halloween.

Goddard is attached to pen the script and will produce for Twentieth Century Fox, which pre-emptively picked up the rights last year. The book, with the title Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow, hits shelves Oct. 31 from Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. The book’s translation rights have already sold in 27 countries.

Written by Jessica Townsend, the book tells of a girl names Morrigan Crow, a girl born on an unlucky day who is blamed »


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Joseph Duggar Is ‘Super Excited’ for His First Kiss on Wedding Day (Exclusive Video)

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Joseph Duggar is counting down the minutes until his very first kiss on Monday’s “Counting On.” An exclusive sneak peek at the final episode for the TLC unscripted series’ fall run shows Duggar meeting up with his groomsmen just before walking down the aisle to wed fiancée, Kendra Caldwell. “There’s only about 30 minutes until my first kiss — I am super excited,” Duggar tells the camera. “It’s something that we decided to save for marriage, and it is a very special moment because I don’t think that a whole lot of people are able to say that they’ve done that. »


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Former Manson Girl Says Charles Manson Seduced Her at Age 14

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Dianne Lake, a former Charles Manson follower, has opened up about being seduced by the murderer as a teenager. In an interview with ABC NewsAmy Robach, Lake said Manson had sex with her “within a few hours” of their first meeting. She was 14 years old at the time, and he was in his thirties. “It seemed very natural and loving and kind of like a game,” Lake, now 64, said. He would start with the hands .. and that would lead into more intimate things.” Also Read: Leslie Van Houten, Charles Manson's Youngest Follower, Granted Parole Lake, who was the youngest. »


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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Features Marvel’s First Bisexual Superhero, Tessa Thompson Says

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Marvel Studios’ upcoming “Thor: Ragnarok” features the brand’s first openly-lgbt superhero. Actress Tessa Thompson, who plays Valkyrie in the new film, revealed on Twitter that her character is bisexual. “She’s bi. And yes, she cares very little about what men think of her,” Thompson tweeted after a fan complained that early images of the character make her look like “typical sexless marvel tomboy.” “What a joy to play!” the former “Creed” star added. In the pages of the Marvel comic, Valkyrie has long been presented as bisexual and fans were concerned that this aspect of her character might be ignored on the. »


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