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Love story “Breathe,” Andy Serkis’ directorial debut, is set to open the BFI London Film Festival with its European premiere. The “Lord of the Rings” actor’s production company The Imaginarium made the movie, which is based on the story of Imaginarium co-founder Jonathan Cavendish’s parents. It follows Robin Cavendish, played by Andrew Garfield (“Hacksaw Ridge”),... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, global, news, andy serkis, bfi london film festival, breathe


Rock 'n' roll fans can get a taste of what it's like to be a star inducted at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame beginning this weekend. The...

Source Feed: Billboard.com Music News
Categories: news

BARCELONA  — BTeam Pictures, the production arm of the newly monikered boutique Spanish distributor BTeam, formerly known as Betta Pictures, is launching its first production slate, taking equity participation in two projects, both produced out of Barcelona: “Between Two Waters” and “Las Niñas.” “Between Two Waters” marks Catalan auteur Isaki Lacuesta’s follow-up to his feature... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, global, news, bteam, isaki lacuesta


Venom is one of the biggest villains in the Spider-Man franchise, but Tom Holland’s superhero character will not appear in the upcoming “Venom” film, Variety has learned. Following much fan speculation that Holland’s Spider-Man would perhaps be involved in Tom Hardy’s “Venom,” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige shot down those rumors, speaking with Variety at the... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: tv, news, kevin feige, spider-man: homecoming, venom



With a possible strike authorization vote in the offing, several hundred SAG-AFTRA members have attended a closed-door meeting to receive an update on contract negotiations from their leaders. The Wednesday evening gathering, held at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City, took place with the union just two days away from the expiration of its current... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, news, gabrielle carteris, sag-aftra




After releasing a best-selling children's book, Kelly Clarkson is back for an encore. HarperCollins Publishers announced Wednesday that the...

Source Feed: Billboard.com Music News
Categories: news



President Trump intends to nominate Brendan Carr, the FCC’s general counsel and a close associate to Chairman Ajit Pai, to fill a vacancy on the commission. Carr, a Republican appointee, may have an easier time for Senate confirmation if his nomination is paired with that of Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat. Earlier this month, Trump announced... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: biz, news, brendan carr, fcc, president trump

The debut installment of BET’s anthology series “Tales,” which aired Tuesday night, creates not just a story, but really, a whole world out of the lyrics of NWA’s “F—k tha Police.” “Tales,” which will air through the summer, aims to do this for a variety of different rap songs, including Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” and... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: tv, reviews, bet, tales

Friends and family will be able to attend a public memorial for the beloved rapper Prodigy at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Chapel in New York City Thursday, June 29. The memorial will be open to the public from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., according to Billboard. The rapper died on June 20 after being... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: music, news, havoc, mobb deep, prodigy


The kind of modest indie enterprise that satisfies mostly because it’s about a character type familiar from real life but all too under-represented at the movies.

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, reviews, christine lahti, lena hall, los angeles film festival, outfest, seattle film festival

Walt Disney’s live-action “Beauty and the Beast” returned to the No. 1 spot on the national home video sales charts the week ended June 25, while newcomer “Life,” a science-fiction horror film from Sony Pictures, rode its $30 million domestic box office gross to a top five debut. “Life,” about a group of astronauts who... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: digital, film, news, beauty and the beast, home media magazine, life, thomas k. arnold


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“Daytime Divas” star Chloe Bridges has signed on to portray Azura, the villain in the dystopian science-fiction action film “Skate God,” Variety has learned exclusively. Alexander Garcia will be directing “Skate God” from his own screenplay and producing under his Multi-Valence Productions along with Autumn Bailey Entertainment and Anne Stimac. The story is set in a... Read more »

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Categories: film, news, chloe bridges, skate god

























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