6 items from 2017
Filming has been under way on Avengers: Infinity War since January, with the latest set video and photos surfacing from Edinburgh, Scotland in the U.K., where we got our first look at Vision (Paul Bettany). With filming expected to run until sometime this fall, a shoot which includes both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4, today we have word that filming will shift to the other side of the pond this May, with an upcoming shoot in New York City. The production is seeking extras for this shoot, with the casting call revealing that this superhero project is filming under the working title Mary Lou.
MovieCastingCall.org reports that Central Casting is accepting submissions for extras, who will all be hand-picked by directors Anthony and Joe Russo. For those who want to submit themselves for consideration, the casting call reveals that they should send their full name, location, phone number, »
Nearly six years after being acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter, Casey Anthony says she feels a kinship with O.J. Simpson.
In her first on-the-record interview ever about the case, the 30-year-old Florida woman told the Associated Press she has been researching the former football star’s 1994 murder trial. She told the AP that “there are a lot of parallels” between the two cases, both of which ended with shocking acquittals.
“I can empathize with his situation,” Anthony said, noting that she has become fascinated with the case.
- Steve Helling
Conde Nast Entertainment recently released a long-awaited incubator project called The Big Script, but that wasn’t the media company’s only major news of the week. It also announced the hire of Anthony Galloway, a content executive who comes to Cne after previously working at Vice Media.
At Cne, Galloway’s official job title will be executive producer of programming for digital video. In that role, he’ll be tasked with overseeing the production of content across multiple brands and platforms. Cne’s owned-and-operated publications, including GQ, Glamour, and Vanity Fair, share videos on the company’s propietary video platform The Scene while also utilizing YouTube, Facebook, and Snapchat. Vogue, for example, is one of the brands with a spot in Snapchat’s coveted Discover section.
- Sam Gutelle
Following the recent news that Mary-Louise Parker has joined the cast of Sonar Entertainment’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Mr. Mercedes, the complete core cast for the At&T Audience Network series has now been announced with production on the show underway in South Carolina.
Mr. Mercedes will debut sometime this year on DirecTV’s Audience Network. We have the official press release with the full core cast list below, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated on this series as more information is revealed.
Press Release: El Segundo, Calif., Jan. 30, 2017 — At&T* Audience Network has cast for its new original series, “Mr. Mercedes.” The new series from Sonar Entertainment will premiere 10 hour-long episodes, which are currently in production in Charleston, South Carolina.
- Derek Anderson
The force was not with Jyn Erso this weekend.
Saturday Night Live kicked off 2017 with first time host Felicity Jones, who was the weakest part of an otherwise solid episode. After a very funny pep talk from Tina Fey about not letting her nerves get the best of her, the Rogue One actress spent much of the evening struggling to maintain an American accent in sketches involving Bachelor knockoffs and famous figures in the women’s suffrage movement.
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Susan B. Anthony is a pivotal figure in the women’s rights movement, but during a sketch on “Saturday Night Live,” home girl was just flat out annoying. Host Felicity Jones, Cecily Strong, Aidy Bryant, Melissa Villasenor and Vanessa Bayer were taking a historic tour of the suffragette’s house when they decided to try and summon Anthony using an urban legend they’d heard of. You can check out the full sketch above. “I heard a secret that if a group of women holds hands in her living room and says her name three times, she’ll appear,” says one of the women. »
- Rasha Ali
6 items from 2017
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