As per Deadline, Josie “follows the tattooed, sweet-talking stranger Josie (Sophie Turner) who, upon arriving to a small, southern town, strikes up relationships with local young punk Marcus (Jack Kilmer) and her loner neighbor Hank (Dynlan McDermott). She quickly becomes a hot topic of local gossip, but her true intentions for arriving in town are far more sinister when her dark past comes to light.”
Josie is set for release in March.
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20th Century Fox has set a week of sing-along screenings of its Hugh Jackman musical “The Greatest Showman,” starting on Friday in 300 theaters around the country.
The sing-along version will display the songs’ lyrics on screen, allowing viewers to perform with the movie’s score. The tracks are penned by Academy Award-winning songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.
The soundtrack currently holds the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart, and has also reached No. 1 on iTunes in over 60 countries. On Jan. 7, the movie’s song “This Is Me” (performed by Keala Settle) won the Golden Globe for best original song.
“The Greastest Showman,” with Jackman portraying show business pioneer P.T. Barnum, has grossed $81 million domestically in its first three weeks.
“It’s been 30 years of people confusing us,” McDermott says on the latest edition of IndieWire’s Turn It On podcast. “Obviously it culminated on the SNL sketch [2012’s “Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney?” faux game show].” In the bit, Jamie Foxx’s character is a game show contestant who comes up with another name for the two of them: Derbel McDillet — which became McDermott’s Instagram handle for a time.
McDermott noted that he and Mulroney even shared the same agent early in their careers, the legendary Sue Mengers, who told them they had to change their names. “I was going to be Mick Dermott,” he said. “That was my genius plan.
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