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Colin Jost and Michael Che returned to Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update” and took several swipes at George Santos and Donald Trump. Che introduced the first Santos joke of the night recalling that the congressman was stepping aside from his committees “to avoid distraction.” “‘The last thing I want is attention,’” Che claimed Santos said,
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Animated fairy tale The Amazing Maurice voiced by Emilia Clarke, Hugh Laurie, David Thewlish, Gemma Arterton and Himesh Patel, jumps from Sundance to 1,700 screens via Viva Pictures, the distributor’s widest release to date and a big one for any independently produced animated film. And Civil War drama Freedom’s Path starring Gerran Howell, RJ Cyler, and Ewen
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EXCLUSIVE: Starz is developing The Comedown, a comedic drama series based on Rafael Frumkin’s book by the same name, sources tell Deadline. The project hails from Regina King’s Royal Ties Productions and Freddie Highmore’s Alfresco Pictures as well as TriStar Television, a division of Sony Pictures TV where The Good Doctor star Highmore has had
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Universal’s M. Night Shyamalan R-rated thriller Knock at the Cabin opened its doors last night to $1.45 million in previews off showtimes that began at 5 p.m. That number is just under the preview figure of Shyamalan‘s Old, which did $1.5M before a $16.8M opening. Knock at the Cabin‘s previews makes sense as the tracking
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EXCLUSIVE: It was the live trivia game everyone wanted to play. If they could get the app to work. HQ Trivia became a sensation not long after it was released for mobile platforms in 2017, promising cash prizes to users who could correctly answers a series of timed questions in rapid fire succession (eg. “What
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EXCLUSIVE: Here’s a first look at The Real Housewives of Nairobi, the latest chapter in the Universal International Studios reality format. The series debuts on Showmax in Africa on February 23, with new episodes dropping every Thursday, following a new group of influential women, who live lavish lifestyles in Kenya’s capital city. Shortly after announcing The Real Housewives
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EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Studios is finalizing deals for Criminal, a TV adaptation of Ed Brubaker and artist Sean Phillips’ bestselling crime comic book series, sources tell Deadline. Details are scarce but the project, written by Brubaker, who serves as executive producer and showrunner, is described as an interlocking universe of crime stories based on his award-winning
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EXCLUSIVE: USG Audio, the podcast division of Universal Studio Group, is launching its latest audio series. The company has teamed up with Yohance Lacour, a formerly incarcerated writer, on You Didn’t See Nothin, a seven-part series that investigates the 1997 race-related attack on Lenard Clark. In 1997, Clark was beaten into a coma by a
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With this year’s domestic box office expected to rise to $9 billion, of course, the major studios are taking Super Bowl LVII ad spots seriously. The big game, which last year attracted 112M viewers, remains an enormous bullhorn when it comes to drawing attention to your tentpole, and this year, starting with Disney/Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man
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