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In 2017 Carrie Underwood was nominated for Entertainer of the Year, and she had won that award twice before (2009-2010), but she was the only woman represented in that lineup, which is par for the course. Since 2000 there has only been one year when women were in the majority: 2000, when Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill and Shania Twain were all up for the top award.
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“9 to 5” Sequel in the Works and May Star Dolly Parton, Lily Tomlin, and Jane Fonda
Fox Developing a Remake of the 80s Comedy “9 to 5” with Rashida Jones
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Still Eligible: Yes. (The series, not the episode/movie.)
Hot Streak: HBO has won more times in this category than all the other networks combined. The premium network has 19 total Emmys. In second place, CBS and NBC are tied — with six wins each.
Fun Fact: There have been four ties in the TV Movie category, but none since 1993.
Another year, another limited selection of TV Movies. After 2017 saw a Dolly Parton special nominated and an episode of “Black Mirror” win, 2018 is looking to be just as eclectic. Not only is Netflix’s anthology series back with another power player — the buzzed-about Season 4 starter, “U.S.S. Callister” — but Amazon’s original series, a mirror image of Netflix’s offering, is coming to play, too.
“Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams” earned a bit of chatter for two episodes: “Kill All Others,” written and directed by Dee Rees,
The new version will would focus on three young women dealing with sexism and chauvinism in the workplace, who turn to the original trio for help in navigating and getting even with the course male higher-ups. Parton, Fonda and Tomlin are are reportedly keen to return.
Jones is the target for the studio to write the screenplay for the new film, with creator Pat Resnick
According to Deadline, creator Pat Resnick is in talks to return to co-write the series with actress and screenwriter Rashida Jones. They feel that she can "make the concept relevant to a young comedy audience." Jones seems like the perfect choice to work on the film and I imagine there's a chance that maybe she could end up playing one of the three female leads. The project is in early development so it's still too early to tell who
The 1980 comedy hit 9 To 5 is getting a belated follow-up...
Things had been a bit quiet on the movie reboot/belated sequel front over the past months, but rest assured, Hollywood executives are still trawling through the archives to see what other films that can revisit.
They’ve landed on 1980 comedy 9 To 5 now, that starred Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, and featured Parton’s hit single of the same name.
The new film will zero in on a trio of women facing chauvinism in their workplace, who seek out the original characters from the first movie for help.
Rashida Jones is on the wishlist to write the new movie, with Pat Resnick also involved. No word yet on a writer for the project, and it’s fair to say this one is in its early stages of development. We’ll keep you posted as it shuffles forward.
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Many of the issues at the heart of hit 1980 feminist comedy “9 to 5” still resonate in 2018: equal pay, workplace harassment, childcare, and “sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigots” for bosses, for starters. So it makes sense that 20th Century Fox is looking to reboot the film for the #MeToo era. According to Deadline, Rashida Jones has been tapped to write the new “9 to 5” with the original film’s co-scribe Pat Resnick. Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, and Dolly Parton are all in talks to star.
The reboot, which is in the early stages of development, “would focus on three young women dealing with sexism and chauvinism in the workplace, who turn to the original trio for help in navigating and getting even with the coarse male higher-ups.” Fox is confident that Jones “can make the concept relevant to a young comedy audience.”
Resnick is producing but no director is attached yet.
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