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TV News Roundup: ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Sets Season Premiere Date

13 hours ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Bravo has set the premiere date for “Rhonj” season 7, plus Img to handle global sales for BBC’s “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Academy,” and more in Tuesday’s TV news roundup…

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Bravo has announced the return of the hotly anticipated “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga are joined by new housewives Dolores Catania, a surgical technician turned realtor, and Siggy Flicker, a relationship expert and TV personality. Jersey veteran Jacqueline Laurita will be returning as well. The seventh season premieres July 10 at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

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The Television Academy announced Jon Cryer, Chelsea Handler, Allison Janney, Regina King, Rami Malek, Garry Marshall and Bob Newhart will be attending its Hall of Fame Cornerstone Award ceremony during its 70th anniversary gala. The award ceremony will honor ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC as the first and only networks to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. »

- Maria Cavassuto

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Chelsea Handler, Rami Malek and Bob Newhart Join Television Academy’s Salute to Broadcast Networks

24 May 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Jon Cryer, Chelsea Handler, Allison Janney, Regina King, Rami Malek, Garry Marshall and Bob Newhart will participate in the Television Academy’s 70th anniversary gala, which will take place on June 2 at the Academy’s renovated and expanded North Hollywood, California, headquarters. The seven celebrity guests are the first to be announced for the event, which will induct the broadcast networks ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC into the Academy’s Hall of Fame, making them the first television institutions to be so honored. The gala will take place in the new Saban Media Center at Television Academy headquarters, which has undergone an expansion. »

- Steve Pond

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New Mom Anne Hathaway Likes Making Family-Friendly Movies - but 'I've Always Wanted to Be in a Quentin Tarantino Film'

23 May 2016 5:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

While Oscar-winner Anne Hathaway is proud that her resume includes a slew of family-friendly films, the new mom admits she didn't plan it that way. "I'm proud that my body of work includes stories that allow families to experience that together," she told reporters during a press conference for her latest film, Alice Through the Looking Glass. "I can't say that I'm going to continue to make them because I have a child now, I just will continue to hopefully make them because I respond to them and seek challenges as an actress." The The Princess Diaries actress admitted that »

- Scott Huver

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New Mom Anne Hathaway Likes Making Family-Friendly Movies - but 'I've Always Wanted to Be in a Quentin Tarantino Film'

23 May 2016 5:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

While Oscar-winner Anne Hathaway is proud that her resume includes a slew of family-friendly films, the new mom admits she didn't plan it that way. "I'm proud that my body of work includes stories that allow families to experience that together," she told reporters during a press conference for her latest film, Alice Through the Looking Glass. "I can't say that I'm going to continue to make them because I have a child now, I just will continue to hopefully make them because I respond to them and seek challenges as an actress." The The Princess Diaries actress admitted that »

- Scott Huver

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Mutants dominate at the Bo with angry birds and superheroes close behind

22 May 2016 4:39 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

X-Men: Apocalypse.

Sequels, reboots and game spinoffs dominated the Australian box office last week, with Fox's X-Men: Apocalypse coming in ahead of The Angry Birds Movie, Captain America: Civil War, Bad Neighbours 2 and Disney's The Jungle Book.

The latest installment of the X-Men series, again directed by Bryan Singer, bowed on 272 screens and rang up around $6.4 million over the weekend.

In second place, The Angry Birds Movie dropped twenty-eight percent in its second week for weekend takings of $1.9 million, bringing its cume to over $5 million off 246 screens.

Captain America: Civil War dropped fifty-four percent in its fourth week, pulling in close to $1.8 million over the weekend. The superhero extravaganza has so far made $31.3 million.

Bad Neighbours 2 dropped thirty-eight percent for weekend takings of just over $1 million, and has accumulated $6.3 million in three weeks thus far.

Jon Favreau's The Jungle Book is still going strong after six weeks, »

- Harry Windsor

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Box Office Weekend: Captain America Still Leads Box Office

15 May 2016 9:09 PM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

People are still showing up to see the latest Marvel epic, as Captain America: Civil War remained the top draw of the weekend. It did have a drop in revenue from its smash opening, but at an estimated $72.6 million, it did a fine job keeping itself in the top spot. Its next closest competitor, The Jungle Book, came in at a distant second with an estimated $17.8 million, though both films have been big winners for parent company Disney, with $940.9 million for Captain America and $828.1 million for The Jungle Book in worldwide revenue.

While landing in third and fourth place respectively, the standings were not kind to either Money Monster or The Darkness. Both critically trashed, the George Clooney-starring Money Monster did not live up to its name, debuting with an estimated $15 million against a $27 million budget, while the Kevin Bacon-starring The Darkness failed to scare up much money »

- Seth Paul

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A League of Their Own Cast Reunite to Play Softball

10 May 2016 3:46 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Over the weekend, the second annual Bentonville Film Festival was held in Bentonville, Arkansas, a festival which was co-founded by actress Geena Davis to celebrate women and other diverse voices in the film industry and media. The festival was capped off on Sunday with a very special event, a softball game that served as a reunion for Geena Davis and five of her co-stars from the 1992 classic A League of Their Own. The cast was also joined by Gina Casey, a former member of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, who threw out the ceremonial first pitch.

The Bentonville Film Festival Instagram page has posted photos from the reunion, which feature Geena Davis alongside Megan Cavanagh (Marla Hooch), Ann Cusack (Shirley Baker) Tracy Reiner (Betty Spaghetti), Anne Ramsay (Helen Haley) and Freddie Simpson (Ellen Sue Gotlander). The festival was founded last year by Geena Davis and Trevor Drinkwater, President and CEO of Arc Entertainment, »

- MovieWeb

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Canada’s Elevation Pictures and Anton Corp. Ink Slate Financing Deal

10 May 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Canadian distrib Elevation Pictures has inked a multi-year slate co-financing deal with Sebastien Raynaud’s Europe-based investment outfit Anton Corp.

Under the deal, Anton will partner on Elevation’s acquisition slate of around 20-25 pics per year ranging from elevated commercial films to prestige driven titles, including those from its output deals with Black Bear Pictures, Bleeker Street and Bold Films.

The strategic partnership will give Elevation, which is backed by Teddy Schwartzman’s Black Bear Pictures, the muscle to target opportunities to built its slate, which has so far included titles such as “The Imitation Game” and “Room.” Anton is on board to back releases from the indie disturb such as Garry Marshall’s “Mother’s Day,” Garry Ross’ “Free State of Jones,” John Lee Hancock’s “The Founder,” starring Michael Keaton and Oliver Stone’s “Snowden.”

“This collaboration with the excellent team at Elevation Pictures and Teddy Schwartzman »

- Diana Lodderhose

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Interview: Julia Roberts on her new film Money Monster

9 May 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Julia Roberts may not be the superstar she once was, and that’s perfectly all right with her.

“I think I try to do varied things just for my own creative impulses,” the 48-year-old actor says during an interview in Santa Monica, California. “I want things to be different and challenging. And I’m happy at home. It’s like, I’m creative in my household.”

It isn’t as if she never gets out of the house anymore. Roberts has two movies landing in theatres within two weeks this spring.

She’s part of Mother’s Day’s ensemble cast. That’s the second multi-story holiday confection, after 2010’s Valentine’s Day, she’s appeared in for director Garry Marshall, who helmed her star-making rom-com Pretty Woman in 1990.

That film, which came out at the end of April, casts Roberts as Miranda, an author and television personality confronted by »

- Bob Strauss - Cineplex Magazine

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Box Office Weekend: It’s Civil War as Captain America Ends Jungle Book’s Reign

8 May 2016 9:17 PM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

Disney is having a wonderful weekend at the box office; not only are three movies owned by the Mouse in the top ten, and not only are all smash successes in worldwide gross, but its latest offering debuted in first, toppling its previous outing. Captain America: Civil War made a grand debut and continues the streak of chart-topping Marvel successes, opening at a whopping estimated $181.8 million. It sent The Jungle Book back to a distant second with an estimated $21.9 million, but The Jungle Book has had a fantastic run with three weeks in the first-place spot (their third film, Zootopia, remains in the top ten, in seventh, with an estimated $2.7 million and going strong even at ten weeks of release). Mother’s Day, in the meantime, while not winning much support overall, did receive a boost in performance thanks to its title, as the film rose to third and nabbed »

- Seth Paul

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Bo Report: Bad Neighbours 2 barely makes a dent in the Civil War juggernaut

8 May 2016 4:15 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Zac Efron and Seth Rogen in Bad Neighbours 2.

Captain America: Civil War rang up more than $6 million over the weekend, dropping fifty-seven percent in its second week to bring its cume to $23.3 million.

The superhero extravaganza's closest competitor was Bad Neighbours 2, starring Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne and Zac Efron, which debuted with $2.4 million on 251 screens.

Mother's Day, starring Julia Roberts and Kate Hudson, came in third, dropping sixty-nine percent for around $2 million over the weekend. Garry Marshall's film has pulled in around $4.1 million after two weeks.

Jon Favreau's The Jungle Book dropped forty-one percent in its fourth week, racking up $1.4 million over the weekend to bring its total to $26.5 million.

eOne's Florence Foster Jenkins, starring Hugh Grant and Meryl Streep, debuted on 261 screens to the tune of $896,976, while Fox's Eddie the Eagle dropped only thirty-nine percent in its third week to bring its cume to $6.8 million.

Icon's The Man Who Knew Infinity »

- Harry Windsor

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‘Fathers and Daughters’ and ‘Mothers and Daughters’ Get New Trailers

8 May 2016 7:15 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Considering the amount of films focusing on that special bond between one’s parents, some filmmakers must have complicated relationships. One of two upcoming films explicitly about the subject, the latest from Gabriele Muccino (The Pursuit of Happyness, Seven Pounds), Fathers and Daughters, looks at the relationship between a Pulitzer Prize winning author as he tries to balance being a widower, mental health issues and raising his 5-year-old daughter. Flash-forward to present day and his daughter is still struggling with her childhood. But her love interest, Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) may be able to help her with that. Muccino is aiming for waterworks again with stars Russell Crowe and Amanda Seyfried playingthe father-daughter duo. The cast also features Jane Fonda, Diane Kruger, Octavia Spencer, and a new U.S. trailer has landed today.

Not to be confused, on the other side of the spectrum of relationships is Mothers and Daughters. »

- TFS Staff

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Mothers And Daughters – Review

6 May 2016 6:40 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

If you are looking for a movie to celebrate with Mom this Mother’s Day, the warm-hearted Mothers And Daughters offers a better option that the Garry Marshall comedy named for the holiday. Both films feature a star-studded ensemble cast but Mothers And Daughters features stories that actually deal with motherhood, unlike Marshall’s unfunny comedy.

While it is the better movie, Mothers And Daughters is not without flaws. It has so many characters that is hard to keep them all straight, much less get to know them, and the dramatic, heart-tugging stories also could have benefited from a little sprinkling of humor.

The film stars Susan Sarandon, Sharon Stone, Christina Ricci, Courteney Cox, Selma Blair and Mira Sorvino, among others, in a series of stories that overlap or connect in various ways. The interlocking stories are generally built around a photographer named Rigby Gray (Selma Blair).

The indie film »

- Cate Marquis

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12 Of The Best, Most Unforgettable Movie Mothers

5 May 2016 12:09 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It’s Mother’s Day on Sunday (quick, make your brunch reservations/order flowers now), and Hollywood is getting in on the holiday this year. Lorene Scafaria’s charming ode to interfering moms “The Meddler” and Garry Marshall’s disastrous star-studded omnibus “Mother’s Day” are both in theaters, and there’s even the indie “Mothers and Daughters” this weekend, with Susan Sarandon […]

The post 12 Of The Best, Most Unforgettable Movie Mothers appeared first on The Playlist. »

- Katie Walsh

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[Montclair Review] Actor Martinez

4 May 2016 8:37 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

There are indie film scenes like the one chronicled in Actor Martinez everywhere, ones where those with a day job have ambitions that cannot and never will pay the rent. Surely, Actor Martinez is a little cruel to these micro industries of regional film bolstered by film clubs that support each other regardless of just how poor the acting, directing and cinematography can be.

Enter Nathan Silver and Mike Ott, filmmakers that seem obsessed with the freedom such non-traditional, off-the-map filmmaking offers. Who knows, a masterpiece may exist somewhere in Denver’s amateur film community, kept from us by John Cooper and Janet Pierson. Actor Martinez, like Nathan Silver’s previous feature Stinking Heaven, also feels like an artifact, documenting the process of a process: here the every day life of Arthur Martinez, an professional computer repairman by day and actor/film producer by night.

The result is a comedy »

- John Fink

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Julia Roberts's $750,000 day rate is high. But Ving Rhames gets five times that …

4 May 2016 8:24 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Roberts received an amazing cheque for appearing briefly in Mother’s Day – but how does that stack up next to other stars’ massive fees for a few days’ work?

Garry Marshall’s ensemble comedy Mother’s Day may have been wretchedly received, but its performance at the Us box office over the weekend grossed a mere $8.5m. It’s unlikely the film’s starriest key player, Julia Roberts, is much fussed.

Related: Mother's Day movie gets the mother of all maulings from critics

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Julia Roberts Earned $3M for Just 4 Days Work in Mother's Day

2 May 2016 1:05 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

When all is said and done, 2016 may be remembered for delivering some of the biggest star-powered bombs in recent Hollywood history. And you can definitely add this past weekend's holiday-themed romantic comedy Mother's Day to the list. The movie only made $8.3 million at the domestic box office, coming in 4th behind The Jungle Book, Keanu, and The Huntsman: Winter's War. We don't have an exact budget, but the movie's opening weekend take barely covers star Julia Roberts paycheck for showing up. And she only worked on the movie for 4 days!

There's no question that Julia Roberts is one of the biggest box office draws of the past few decades. But having stayed absent from the big screen over the past couple of years may have taken its toll. Roberts earned a reported $3 million for Mother's Day, according to Variety. She only appears in a supporting role that required just four days of work. »

- MovieWeb

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5 Reasons Why Nothing Can Stop 'Jungle Book' at the Box Office

2 May 2016 9:30 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Many box office analysts predicted that "The Jungle Book" would not only three-peat atop the box office this weekend, but that it would earn more than three new wide releases combined.

In fact, it earned nearly twice the combined total of those new releases. In its third weekend, the Disney talking-animal tale earned an estimated $42.4 million in North America, while newcomers "Keanu" (at an estimated $9.4 million), "Mother's Day" ($8.3 million), and "Ratchet and Clank" ($4.8 million) combined for about $22.5 million.

So far, "Jungle Book" has been blessed, not only by its own strong reviews and word-of-mouth, but by weak competition. Still, good fortune and good timing aren't enough to explain why the Rudyard Kipling adaptation has held up so well or why none of its rivals can muster up much interest on their own. Here are five reasons why "Jungle Book" bested all comers this weekend.

1. It's the Event Movie of April »

- Gary Susman

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Julia Roberts Paid $3 Million for Four Days of Work on 'Mother's Day': Report

2 May 2016 8:50 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

At least someone had a happy "Mother's Day." Critics and audiences did not embrace the star-studded rom-com, which has a depressing 8 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and opened to fourth place at the box office with $8.3 million. However, Variety reports that Julia Roberts walked away with a $3 million paycheck for her supporting role, which reportedly took four days to shoot.

You get that money, pretty woman!

If true, that breaks down to $750,000 a day, which sounds like Monopoly money from here and shows Roberts is still able to command major cash after a long career in showbiz. Variety added that it's nowhere near the record $20 million she got at the peak of her career in 2000 for "Erin Brockovich," but that comparison isn't quite fair. She had the lead role in that film, not a supporting job that only took four days. Not just anyone could've done Erin Brockovich justice, »

- Gina Carbone

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Box Office Weekend: Third Week a Charm for Jungle Book

2 May 2016 8:04 AM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

The Jungle Book may have been out for three weeks, but it barely shows any signs of slowing down. With an estimated $42.4 million, it held its first-place post at the box office yet again, and by a similarly wide margin as it did the week before…The Huntsman: Winter’s War remained in second, but dropped to an estimated $9.4 million. It held nearly even against the well-reviewed Keanu (not the actor, but the latest Key & Peele comedy), which also picked up an estimated $9.4 million, but at only $15 million to make, Keanu has a much less difficult hill to climb compared to the middling performance of the $115 million Huntsman.

Mother’s Day opened to a lackluster critical response and an equally tepid box office, with an estimated $8.3 million. It has had the lowest opening of the Garry Marshall “Romantic Holiday” movies, and considering the previous budgets of Valentine’s Day and »

- Seth Paul

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