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Morgan Spurlock to Direct Sue Mengers Biopic

28 June 2016 4:35 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Super Size Me” director Morgan Spurlock will produce, direct and write a movie about Sue Mengers, Hollywood’s first female super-agent.

Mengers, who died in 2011 at the age of 79, was a dominant force in the New Hollywood of the ’70s with a powerhouse client list including Sidney Lumet, Peter Bogdanovich, Brian De Palma, Mike Nichols, Michael Caine, Cher, Steve McQueen, Ali MacGraw, Faye Dunaway, Gene Hackman, Burt Reynolds, Candice Bergen and Barbra Streisand.

Spurlock’s Warrior Poets has acquired rights to Brian Kellow’s biography “Can I Go Now: The Life of Sue Mengers.” Warrior Poets chief operating officer Jeremy Chilnick and Richard Arlook are also producing.

Chilnick will team with Spurlock on the script about Mengers, who had a high-powered personality and worked at Cma, ICM and Wma. Bette Midler portrayed Mengers in John Logan’s one-person Broadway show “I’ll Eat You Last.”

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Morgan Spurlock To Direct Film About Talent Agent Sue Mengers

28 June 2016 2:38 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Morgan Spurlock is set to direct, write and produce a film about the life of talent agent Sue Mengers.

According to Deadline, Spurlock’s company Warrior Poets acquired the rights to Brian Kellow’s bestselling biography “Can I Go Now: The Life of Sue Mengers, Hollywood’s Superagent.” The story will follow Mengers as she crashed the boys club that was Hollywood agenting, her star-studded clientele and the ups and downs she faced in her career. 

“I’m a fan of big personalities, great characters, and she is both. More than that, I love people who buck the trend and do things that haven’t been done before and go into spaces unheard of, whether it be of gender or race,” said Spurlock. “Sue Mengers took over the boys club of Hollywood and did something groundbreaking. She proved not only that she could be part of this world; she »

- Liz Calvario

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Katy Perry, Ellen DeGeneres Among 133 Stars to Sign Billboard Petition Demanding Gun Control

23 June 2016 3:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Hollywood's biggest influencers are calling attention against gun violence after the U.S. Senate rejected four new gun control proposals on Monday. Many A-listers expressed their frustrations following the rejection of the proposed measures, and now Billboard magazine has released an open letter to Congress signed by 133 actors and music stars as well as 57 executives. On Wednesday, the publication featured the appeal letter on the cover with a petition featured in the inside pages. "As leading artists and executives in the music industry, we are adding our voices to the chorus of Americans demanding change," the July 2 cover reads. Among »

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Katy Perry, Ellen DeGeneres Among 133 Stars to Sign Billboard Petition Demanding Gun Control

23 June 2016 3:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Hollywood's biggest influencers are calling attention against gun violence after the U.S. Senate rejected four new gun control proposals on Monday. Many A-listers expressed their frustrations following the rejection of the proposed measures, and now Billboard magazine has released an open letter to Congress signed by 133 actors and music stars as well as 57 executives. On Wednesday, the publication featured the appeal letter on the cover with a petition featured in the inside pages. "As leading artists and executives in the music industry, we are adding our voices to the chorus of Americans demanding change," the July 2 cover reads. Among »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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Billboard Teams Up with Hollywood Actors, Singers and Execs for Stop Gun Violence Now Petition: 'We Are Demanding Change'

23 June 2016 3:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Hollywood's biggest influencers are calling attention against gun violence after the U.S. Senate rejected four new gun control proposals on Monday. Many A-listers expressed their frustrations following the rejection of the proposed measures, and now Billboard magazine has released an open letter to Congress signed by 133 actors and music stars as well as 57 executives. On Wednesday, the publication featured the appeal letter on the cover with a petition featured in the inside pages. "As leading artists and executives in the music industry, we are adding our voices to the chorus of Americans demanding change," the July 2 cover reads. Among »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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Things that happened on Nicole Kidman's Birthday over the years

20 June 2016 4:00 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

On this day in history as it relates to the movies...

1893 Lizzie Borden acquitted of the axe murders of her dad and stepmom but everyone still thinks she did it. I still haven't seen that show where Christina Ricci played her. Oops.

1905 Lillian Hellman, playwright and screenwriter is born. 

1909 Swashbuckler supreme Errol Flynn is born

1910 Fanny Brice debuts in "Ziegfeld Follies". The moment was recreated (see photo above from the Academy's archives) and heavily fictionalized of course, in Barbra Streisand's Funny Girl (1968)

1915 Director Terence Young is born. Goes on to kick off the Bond franchise with Dr. No, From Russia With Love, and Thunderball and direct Audrey Hepburn to her last Oscar nomination for Wait Until Dark (1967)

1928 Martin Landau is born. 66 years, 9 months, and 7 days he wins a well-deserved Oscar for Ed Wood (1994) »

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Movie News: Lady Gaga Touted for Bradley Cooper's 'A Star Is Born'; Who Will Be New Villain in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'?

17 June 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

A Star Is Born: Lady Gaga is rumored to have tested with Bradley Cooper for a lead role in a new version of A Star Is Born. Negotiations for a deal have not yet begun, however. Cooper is set to direct the musical drama; Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson starred in the 1976 version. [Deadline]   Spider-Man: Homecoming: Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus, above left) is in talks to play a villainous character in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Michael Keaton is already set to portray the primary villain. In addition, Martin Starr (above right), known for TV's Silicon Valley and other comedies, has joined the cast, though it's not known if his character will help or hinder Spider-Man. [THR/Deadline]   MacGyver: James Wan (The Conjuring 2, above left) will...

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On this day in pop culture history: ‘Even Stevens’ premiered

17 June 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Before Shia Labeouf was known for turning hitchhiking into performance art, making a paper bag the most-talked about red carpet accessory, and being an actual cannibal (well, at least in this awesome song), he was Louis Stevens. 16 years ago today, Even Stevens premiered on Disney Channel, making a star out of then 14-year-old Labeouf. The shenanigans of the Stevens family were on display on the Disney Channel for three seasons, plus The Even Stevens Movie, serving as the series finale. Other notable June 17 happenings in pop culture history: • 1964: The Supremes released the single “Where Did Our Love Go.” It was their first song to hit the top of the U.S. singles chart. • 1967: Barbra Streisand sang for over 135,000 fans in New York’s Central Park. A recording of the free concert was released as her first live album, A Happening In Central Park. • 1977: The much-maligned sequel to The Exorcist, »

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News Briefs: Lady Gaga Touted for Bradley Cooper's 'A Star Is Born'

16 June 2016 9:23 PM, PDT | Fandango | See recent Fandango news »

A Star Is Born: Lady Gaga is rumored to have tested with Bradley Cooper for a lead role in a new version of A Star Is Born. Negotiations for a deal have not yet begun, however. Cooper is set to direct the musical drama; Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson starred in the 1976 version. [Deadline]   Spider-Man: Homecoming: Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus, above left) is in talks to play a villainous character in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Michael Keaton is already set to portray...

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‘A Star Is Born’ Remake: Lady Gaga In Talks To Join Bradley Cooper’s Directorial Debut

16 June 2016 3:06 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Back in May, Deadline reported that talks emerged to have Lady Gaga star in Bradley Cooper’s remake of “A Star Is Born” for Warner Bros. At that time the singer had not committed to the project, but now it seems as if she is ready for her big-screen close up.

Gaga is now officially in negotiations to star opposite Cooper, who is set to make his directorial debut.

Read More: How They Created Lady Gaga’s Countess From ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ (Emmy Watch)

Based on William Wellman’s 1937 movie, the story centers on a movie star who helps an aspiring young actress as his own career is in a downward spiral. The film was remade in 1954 with Judy Garland and 1976 with Barbra Streisand, in what would be Gaga’s role.

The “Born This Way” singer was high on Cooper’s list of actresses after Beyoncé had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. »

- Liz Calvario

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Lady Gaga in Talks for 'A Star Is Born' Remake

16 June 2016 1:12 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Lady Gaga is ready for her big-screen close-up. The singer is in talks to star opposite Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born, the remake that Cooper also will direct. The movie, based on the 1937 film starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March, centers on a movie star who helps an aspiring young actress find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral. It was subsequently remade in 1954 by director George Cukor, with Judy Garland and James Mason starring, and again in 1976, with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson headlining. Warner

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Lady Gaga in Talks for Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born’ Remake

16 June 2016 1:07 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

After a lengthy courtship, Lady Gaga is ready for her close-up as the titular starlet in Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” remake.

Deadline Hollywood reported last month that Cooper wanted Gaga for the part, but the singer was undecided at the time. Sources now say she’s on board and negotiations are currently underway.

Cooper will helm and star in the Warner Bros. film, which will mark his directing debut. He will also produce through his 22 Green banner along with Jon Peters, Billy Gerber, and Basil Iwanyk.

Cooper had been meeting with dozens of actresses for the role after Beyonce bowed out due to scheduling conflicts with her latest tour. Sources reveal that Gaga was high on the actor’s list from the get-go.

Warner Bros. declined to comment on the casting.

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Women in Film Names ‘Exemplars’ in Their Fields for Pioneering Work

15 June 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Crystal Award for Excellence in Film Honorees:

Denise Di Novi, Lianne Halfon, Lynda Obst, Jane Rosenthal, Paula Wagner, Lucy Fisher, Lauren Shuler Donner, Paula Weinstein

The eight honorees have blazed a trail for female producers while overcoming hurdles and making some great films. This year, the group includes risk-takers Denise Di Novi, who has produced dozens of films including “Heathers,” “Edward Scissorhands,” “Ed Wood,” “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” and is making her directorial debut with “Unforgettable.” Honoree Lianne Halfon has produced such docs as “Crumb” along with fiction features “Demolition,” “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” and “Juno.”  Lynda Obst’s credits include the iconic “Sleepless in Seattle,” “The Fisher King” and “Interstellar.” Jane Rosenthal, who is also Tribeca Enterprises executive chair, worked on “Wag the Dog,” “Meet the Parents,” and Katie Holmes’ feature debut, “All We Had.” Paula Wagner has been behind some of the biggest blockbusters of the past couple of decades, including the “Mission: Impossible” trilogy, “War of the Worlds,” and has Reginald Hudlin’s “Marshall,” about a young Thurgood Marshall, on tap. Lucy Fisher’s credits include the “Divergent” series and “The Great Gatsby.” Action hits are the driver of Lauren Shuler Donner’s career, including “Deadpool” and the “X-Men” franchise. As exec VP of Tribeca Enterprises, Paula Weinstein helps run the Tribeca film festival; she produced “Blood Diamond” and “The Perfect Storm,” among other films.

The BMW Dorothy Arzner Directors Award

Lesli Linka Glatter

Glatter, whose stellar reputation has been built on such series as “Homeland,” “ER” and “Mad Men,” couldn’t be happier about female directors, showrunners, and executive producers taking the lead. “Even on a bad day, I love my job. I love being a storyteller and getting to work in this incredible ‘team sport’ with so many extraordinary artists,” she says. “I am profoundly grateful to Wif for this amazing honor especially now, where issues regarding women directors are at the forefront of the cultural conversation.”

The Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award

Natalie Dormer

As Queen Margaery Tyrell on “Game of Thrones,” Dormer plays a powerful and clever royal, not far from her Anne Boleyn in Showtime’s “The Tudors.” The actress has a lot on her docket, including more “Thrones” and Stefan Ruzowitzky’s “Patient Zero.”  “I am proud to be part of the movement pushing forward,” she says.

The Sue Mengers Award

Hylda Queally

Named after groundbreaking superagent Sue Mengers, who guided the careers of Barbra StreisandSteve McQueen, and Faye Dunaway, among others, the award has been presented only once before. CAA’s Queally has earned it, representing some of the top talent in the film industry, including Marion Cotillard, Cate Blanchett, Kate Winslet, Lupita Nyong’o, Jessica Chastain, Rose Byrne, and Daisy Ridley.

The Lucy Award for Excellence in Television

Taraji P. Henson

Henson has become one of the most recognizable names in TV and film. Her role as Cookie Lyon on Fox’s “Empire” earned the actress a Golden Globe award and an Emmy nom. “I couldn’t be more honored or thrilled to receive an award from women and with the name Lucy attached makes it perfect,” she says. “After playing so many very dramatic roles, I hope this means someone thinks I can be funny.”

 

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James Corden Reveals the Skit That Was Cut From the Tonys, Also Talks Barbra Streisand for Carpool Karaoke

13 June 2016 10:25 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

There's no doubt that James Corden was a big hit last night for his work hosting the Tony Awards for the first time. From his opening number to needing an asthma inhaler to introduce Barbra Streisand, we can't imagine he won't be asked back again next year. But, of course, he had more material than he could actually use during the show. One possibility that didn't make the cut was, we think, genius! "We had one idea which was to go down outside the Richard Rogers Theater where Hamilton's on and take my Tony Award and see if people would swap their tickets for my Tony Award," Corden told me exclusively on the red carpet before the show began. But modesty got »

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20 Best, Worst and Wtf Moments at 2016 Tony Awards

13 June 2016 6:55 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

On a night that was marked by tragedy — and occurring mere hours after news broke of the deadly mass shooting in Orlando, Florida — the Tonys provided a much-needed bit of levity. The performers and honorees didn't shy away from speaking about the shocking events of the day, but the overall mood was one of celebration. Part of the credit goes to the master of ceremonies James Corden, best known as the goofy host CBS's Late Late Show, yet still a dorky theater kid at heart; his charming, cheerful persona brought »

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Barbra Streisand Returns to the 2016 Tony Awards After 46 Years

13 June 2016 6:14 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

After quite the hiatus, Barbra Streisand returned to the 70th Annual Tony Awards Sunday. The iconic star helped close the show by presenting the final award of the night for best musical to Hamilton. The blockbuster Broadway show took home 11 awards Sunday. "Thank you, thank you. You're making me verklempt," the Funny Girl actress joked. Like host James Corden and Lin-Manuel Miranda, Babs paid tribute to those killed in the tragic Orlando shooting over the weekend and spoke about the comfort and happiness that the theater brings to those from all different backgrounds.  "Tonight our joy is tinged with sorrow, but we're here to celebrate Broadway and the beauty that artistry can bring »

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TV Review: ‘The 70th Annual Tony Awards’

12 June 2016 8:55 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

“The world turned upside down” is not just a line from a “Hamilton” song, it describes how many Americans felt on Sunday, when the awful events in Orlando dominated the thoughts of the nation.

But the show must go on, and the Tony Awards acknowledged the tragedy in Florida in a variety of ways while also managing to do a respectful and lively job of celebrating the plays and musicals of Broadway. The show went about 15 minutes long, but when your big finish involves Barbra Streisand handing “Hamilton” the best musical trophy, well, that’s what you’d call going out strong.

You can’t say the broadcast didn’t put forth a good amount of effort at keeping viewers who may not have been as familiar with “Waitress” or “Shuffle Along.” Of course, the Tony Awards broadcast always has to serve a few different purposes: Promoting a variety of Broadway shows and honoring the work of a wide array of producers, performers and other theater professionals — and keeping a TV audience that may not have seen many (or any) of the shows from tuning out.

On top of all that, Sunday’s Tony Awards broadcast had to take into account the horrible tragedy in Orlando, and a lesser goal — one that was clearly a big priority before the Tonys were overtaken by the day’s events — consisted of promoting the rising star of CBS late-show host James Corden. There was also the small matter of keeping viewers engaged despite a lack of suspense regarding who would win most of the musical awards. “Hamilton” did, to no one’s surprise: a total of 11. But it’d be hard to find anyone who’d begrudge the wins of the runaway hit, whose cast opened the show with a rap celebrating Corden, did a big number in the third hour, and closed the show with the cast in street clothes singing the pop-driven party song “The Schuyler Sisters.”

“Hamilton’s” big Tony Awards number, “Yorktown,” was introduced in a pre-taped segment by President Obama and his wife, Michelle, and when Miranda won for original score, he was visibly moved as he read a sonnet he’d written. It captured much of the mood of the night: “When senseless acts of tragedy remind us/That nothing here is promised, not one day/The show is proof that history remembers/We lived through times when hate and fear seemed stronger/We rise and fall and light from dying embers/Remembrances that hope and love last longer/Love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love/It cannot be killed or swept aside.”

Corden was an energetic host, even if the opening number meant to showcase his lifelong love of theater felt as though it went on a little long. There was also the inevitable carpool karaoke number (featuring “Hamilton” creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda). Corden was an affable host, and his opening remarks on Orlando — “Theater is a place where every race, creed, sexuality and gender is equal is embraced and is loved. Hate will never win, together we have to make sure of that” — were short but effective.

But as the host’s own father acknowledged, any three-hour awards ceremony starts to feel a bit long once it passes its midpoint. That said, the broadcast generally kept things moving smartly, and for every musical number on the main stage, there was a snippet of an energetic performance by a variety of Broadway casts on a stage outside the theater.

In the drama realm, the wide array of winners kept things up in the air, but every time the camera showed a nominee from another production in the musical realm, those men and women wore the slightly hangdog, bemused looks of people who were pretty sure they weren’t going to win.

That said, it wasn’t all “Hamilton” all the time. (Though who would have complained if it had been?) Celebrity wins like Jessica Lange for “A Long Day’s Journey Into Night” and big-name presenters like Oprah Winfrey, Chita Rivera and Claire Danes kept things relatively energetic. There were also tart, short and smart acceptance speeches from hard-working actors like Reed Birney, who won for his work in “The Humans,” which also had a big night. (Birney told his fellow actors, “I love sharing the planet with all of you.”)

And though the host of any awards show tends to fade out the longer a broadcast lasts, Corden snuck one very funny bit into the middle of the show: A tribute to the number of jobs that the long-running “Law & Order” franchise has provided to New York actors. Danny Burstein, the “Fiddler on the Roof” star, has apparently logged an impressive six different guest roles on the Dick Wolf family of shows.

Providing an exciting and much-deserved upset near the end of the broadcast, Leslie Odom, Jr., who plays Aaron Burr in “Hamilton,” won as best actor in a musical, beating out Miranda, who plays the title role. “I almost didn’t make it here. I almost fell, and every where I looked,” there was a fellow cast member to help him along, Odom said in his acceptance speech, which was, like his performance, full of quiet and unmistakable power. “Hamilton” is a show about “who lives, who dies, who tells your story,” and as the narrator of Hamilton’s journey, Odom is impressively versatile, giving Burr an insistent humanity and a charismatic complexity that made his Tony win quite moving.

Cynthia Erivo, who delivered a powerhouse performance during “The Color Purple’s” number, stopped the “Hamilton” train by winning as best actress in a musical, but that was another win the audience was very happy to applaud.

All in all, the Tony broadcast got the job done in terms of keeping Corden in the public consciousness — but more importantly, the cathartic nature of the musical numbers and a few of the speeches did the helpful, necessary work of channeling a day of difficult emotions. 

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She's Here: Barbra Streisand Returns to the Tonys Stage After 46 Years: 'You're Making Me Verklempt'

12 June 2016 8:20 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Babs is officially back. Barbra Streisand took the stage at the 70th annual Tony Awards on Sunday night - marking her official return to the awards ceremony after 46 years. Streisand, 76, closed the show, presenting the final award of the night for best musical to Hamilton. "Thank you, thank you. You're making me verklempt," she joked. Paying tribute to the victims in the Orlando, Florida, mass shooting, she spoke of the comfort and support that comes from theater. "Tonight our joy is tinged with sorrow, but we're here to celebrate Broadway and the beauty that artistry can bring into this world, »

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She's Here! Barbra Streisand Returns to the Tonys Stage After 46 Years: 'You're Making Me Verklempt'

12 June 2016 8:20 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Babs is officially back. Barbra Streisand took the stage at the 70th annual Tony Awards on Sunday night - marking her official return to the awards ceremony after 46 years. Streisand, 76, closed the show, presenting the final award of the night for best musical to Hamilton. "Thank you, thank you. You're making me verklempt," she joked. Paying tribute to the victims in the Orlando, Florida, mass shooting, she spoke of the comfort and support that comes from theater. "Tonight our joy is tinged with sorrow, but we're here to celebrate Broadway and the beauty that artistry can bring into this world, »

- Jodi Guglielmi, @JodiGug3

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Jessica Lange Is Only One Award Away Now from EGOT After Nabbing Best Actress Tony

12 June 2016 7:15 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Jessica Lange is one trophy single away from achieving bona fide Hollywood-legend status. The 67-year-old actress nabbed the Tony for best actress in a leading role in a play at Sunday night's 2016 Tony Awards, leaving her just one award short of an Egot. Defeating the likes of Lupita Nyong'o and Michelle Williams, Lange took home the trophy for Long Day's Journey Into Night. "This is a dream come true and it fills me with such happiness even on such a sad day as this," Lange said while accepting the award, acknowledging the tragic mass shooting in Orlando. "It's a thrill »

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