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Captain Marvel concept art, Deathstroke not in Batman anymore, Wonder Woman Oscar campaign and more – Weekend News Roundup

Super Skrull

After last week’s reveal that Captain Marvel would take place in the 1990s and feature classic Marvel villains the Skrulls, illustrator Jerad S.Marantz has taken to Instagram to reveal official concept art for them. Interestingly, in his caption Marantz includes the hashtag #SuperSkrulls, making reference to Super-Skrull, a character possessing the combined abilities of the Fantastic Four. Seeing as the rights to Marvel’s First Family are held by Fox, it would seem unlikely that we’ll be seeing Super-Skrull in Captain Marvel, unless the character is reworked in a major way. Read more here.

Young(ER) Jean

Speaking of Fox, and it looks like they have found an actor to play the young(er) version of Jean Grey in X-Men: Dark Pheonix, which us currently in production. IMDb lists that Summer Fontana will take on the role that actresses Famke Janssen, Haley Ramm and Sophie Turner all filled before her.
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X-Men: Dark Phoenix may have cast its young(er) Jean Grey

It would appear that director Simon Kinberg and the folks over at 20th Century Fox have zeroed in on an actress to portray a young(er) Jean Grey in 2018’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix. According to IMDb (via Screen Rant), Summer Fontana will take on the role that actresses Famke Janssen, Haley Ramm and Sophie Turner all filled before her. While the movie database hasn’t always been a reliable source for movie news, a post from Fontana’s Twitter places her in Montreal, which is where the film is currently shooting, making her involvement with the project highly likely.

The upcoming adaptation of Chris Claremont’s Dark Phoenix Saga, one of the most revered storylines in all of comics, will see Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner reprising her role as the titular telepathic young adult mutant from last year’s X-Men: Apocalypse. Fontana’s casting implies that Dark Phoenix
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Dmx Will Star In Indie Film ‘Pimp,’ Focused On NYC Sex Trade

Dmx Will Star In Indie Film ‘Pimp,’ Focused On NYC Sex Trade
Rapper Dmx has just signed on to join the cast of the indie film “Pimp,” according to Deadline. The story is written and directed by Christine Crokos and follows the hustle and dangers that women face working in the illegal sex trade in New York.

The film is essentially a love story that revolves around a female pimp (Keke Palmer) and her girlfriend (Haley Ramm), who dream of a better life and getting out of the situation they are in. There are no additional details on Dmx’s role. However, Crokos is working closely with “a man of the cloth in the community who is trying to get kids out of the circle of gun violence that plagues the area.”

Read More: ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Casts ‘Beasts Of No Nation’ Breakout Abraham Attah

Aunjanue Ellis, Vanessa Morgan and Edi Gathegi round out the female-led cast. “Pimp” is being produced by Alexis Varouxakis
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Dmx Joins Cast Of Indie Feature ‘Pimp’

Dmx Joins Cast Of Indie Feature ‘Pimp’
Exclusive: Rapper Dmx has just committed to star in Pimp, an indie film from writer-director Christine Crokos that looks at life for women on the streets of New York amidst the hustles and dangers facing those working in the illegal sex trade. At the center of this film is a love story between a pimp (Keke Palmer, Akeelah And The Bee) and her girlfriend (Haley Ramm, The Originals) who dream of a better life and hope to get out of the one they're in. Filming is underway in…
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The Originals Recap: Lethal Weapon

The Originals Recap: Lethal Weapon
Another day, another prophecy about the Mikaelsons’ untimely demise. At least no one can say that Friday’s episode of The Originals wasn’t totally on-brand!

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But before I dive into that bit of unpleasantness, let’s talk about vampire Cami Campire! Despite Klaus’ insistence that the newly undead psychologist “learn from the best,” Cami instead took a page from The Book of Hayley and rejected the eldest Mikaelson’s lectures entirely.

This led to a handful of unexpected twists — including Cami snatching the Original-killing weapon out from under
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TVLine Items: S.H.I.E.L.D. Hires H50's Wo Fat, Originals' New Witch and More

TVLine Items: S.H.I.E.L.D. Hires H50's Wo Fat, Originals' New Witch and More
A former Hawaii Five-0 villain is (allegedly) turning over a new leaf with a move to Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Mark Dacascos will recur in the ABC drama as Giyera, who heads up security for S.H.I.E.L.D., our sister site Deadline reports.

In addition to 5-0, Dacascos’ TV credits include roles on Chicago P.D. and General Hospital. (And let’s not forget his iconic turn as Iron Chef: America‘s Chairman.)

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Chasing Life‘s
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Chasing Life

Network: ABC Family

Episodes: 34 (hour)

Seasons: Two

TV show dates: June 10, 2014 -- September 28, 2015

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Italia Ricci, Mary Page Keller, Richard Brancatisano, Haley Ramm, Aisha Dee, Abhi Sinha, Vondie Curtis-Hall, Scott Michael Foster, and Steven Weber.

TV show description:

This dramatic series follows a twenty-something aspiring journalist whose world is turned upside down when she learns that she has cancer.

Smart, charismatic and quick-witted, April Carver (Italia Ricci) seems poised to have it all. She's landed a job at a major Boston newspaper and a date with her super-sexy co-worker -- all while managing to be a supportive daughter, grand-daughter and sister to her family (who lost their patriarch to a tragic accident two years earlier).

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ABC Family Cancels ‘Chasing Life’ After 2 Seasons

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ABC Family has cancelled the cancer drama “Chasing Life,” TheWrap has learned. The series, starring Italia Ricci as an aspiring journalist diagnosed with cancer, will not return for a third season. The Season 2 finale aired Monday, to a series low of 486,000 viewers. Based on the Mexican series “Terminales,” the series was produced by Bv Family Productions, Lionsgate, Televisa and ABC Family. Mary Page Keller, Aisha Dee, Richard Brancatisano and Haley Ramm also starred, with Scott Michael Foster as a recurring guest star. Also read: Nicki Minaj Comedy Series Picked Up by ABC Family Patrick Sean Smith served as showrunner and executive producer,
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Chasing Life: Season Two Ratings

Last year, Chasing Life debuted to strong ratings on ABC Family but the numbers dipped quite a bit over the course of the season. Will they continue to fall in season two or will they rise? Cancelled or renewed for a third season? Stay tuned.

Chasing Life revolves around a young newspaper reporter (Italia Ricci) whose big plans get thrown in disarray when she's diagnosed with cancer. The show's cast also includes Mary Page Keller, Aisha Dee, Richard Brancatisano, Haley Ramm, Scott Michael Foster, and Steven Weber.

Below are the show's TV ratings, typically the best way to tell if the series will be cancelled or renewed. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress:Read More…
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‘Chasing Life’ Exec Producer Teases Season 2: April’s Love Triangle ‘Ramps Up’

‘Chasing Life’ Exec Producer Teases Season 2: April’s Love Triangle ‘Ramps Up’
Chasing Life” returns with its second season, anchoring a drama-heavy Monday night on ABC Family’s summer slate.

The new season will head into “uncharted waters,” says exec producer Patrick Sean Smith, who teases April’s (Italia Ricci) wedding, career, health and love triangle with Leo (Scott Michael Foster) and Dominic (Richard Brancatisano).

The Season 1 series finale left off with Leo proposing to April in her hospital room, where she was recently re-admitted, due to her cancer coming back, which caused her to choose to leave her job as a newspaper journalist. Smith says, “The biggest change this season comes in April’s shift in ambitions.”

Smith, who also created the cabler’s former college hit “Greek,” tells Variety what to expect in “Chasing Life’s sophomore season.

Season 2 will see a lot of new movement in April’s life. What inspired all of the changes?

We felt like her
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Chasing Life: Season One Ratings

ABC Family had high hopes for Ravenswood but it was cancelled after one season due to low ratings. Twisted is very likely to be cancelled as well. How will Chasing Life fare? Will it be dropped as well -- or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.

Chasing Life revolves around a young newspaper reporter (Italia Ricci) whose big plans get thrown in disarray when she's diagnosed with cancer. The show's cast also includes Mary Page Keller, Richard Brancatisano, Haley Ramm, Aisha Dee, Abhi Sinha, Vondie Curtis-Hall, Scott Michael Foster, and Steven Weber.

Below are the show's TV ratings, typically the best way to tell if the series will be cancelled or renewed. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress: (more…)
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X-Men‘s New Jean Grey, Cyclops and Storm: Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan and Alexandra Shipp

Calling Professor X: I need a mind wipe, stat. It’s going to be difficult to get over the mental images I have of Jean Grey, Cyclops and Storm in movie form. They’ve only really been Famke Janssen, James Marsden and Halle Berry. They have all been portrayed in younger form, too — Jean Grey by Haley Ramm in X-Men: The Last Stand, Cyclops/Scott Summers by Tim Pocock in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Storm/Ororo Munroe in a deleted scene from the latter — but most fans hate those movies so even if those actors weren’t merely flashback and bit roles, they wouldn’t be employed for featured use of these three characters in their early years. So, instead, we’ve got some more notable young stars cast as the X-trio for the next installment, X-Men: Apocalypse. Game of Thrones redhead Sophie Turner is Jean, Mud and Joe and The Tree of Life’s Tye Sheridan is
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Six Actors in Talks for Cyclops and Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse

Director Bryan Singer already said that "X-Men: Apocalypse" will mostly focus on the younger X-Men team. And now comes word that the helmer is in talks with several actors to play the roles of Jean Grey and Cyclops. For the role of Jean Grey, the list of actresses includes Chloe Moretz (Kick-Ass), Elle Fanning (Maleficent) and Hailee Steinfelf (True Grit). For the role of Cyclops, the actors being considered are Ben Hardy (EastEnders), Charlie Rowe (Never Let Me Go) and Timothee Chalamet (Interstellar). Singer has already met with some of actors, but is still considering others, including unknowns. Famke Janssen played Jean Grey in five "X-Men" movies, with Haley Ramm portraying the character in "X-Men: The Last Stand." Cyclops, aka Scott Summers, has been portrayed by James Marsden in four films and by Tim Pocock in "X-Men: Origins: Wolverine."
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ABC Family Renews Chasing Life for Season 2

After a long wait, fans of Chasing Life can breath easy. ABC Family has renewed the freshman drama for a second season. “Through the laughter and the tears, our audience has connected with the characters and relationships in Chasing Life and we are thrilled to continue telling April’s courageous story,” Karey Burke, Executive Vice President of ABC Family’s Programming and Development, said. “Chasing Life has found a home here.” Chasing Life stars Italia Ricci as April, a 24-year-old journalist who seems to have everything going her way, but is then diagnosed with leukemia. As the title would suggest, the series focuses on April’s struggle to remain positive and optimistic about her future life, and although she initially keeps her diagnosis a secret from the people she loves, April eventually finds herself leaning on her mom Sara (Mary Page Keller), sister Brenna (Haley Ramm), grandmother Emma (Rebecca Schull) and uncle George…
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Chasing Life Renewed for Season 2

Chasing Life Renewed for Season 2
Finally, some good news for April Carver!

ABC Family on Thursday announced that Chasing Life has been renewed for a second season.

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The drama stars Italia Ricci as April, a 24-year-old journalist who discovers she has leukemia. Her family — mom Sara (Mary Page Keller), sister Brenna (Haley Ramm), grandmother Emma (Rebecca Schull) and uncle George (Steven Weber) — are her support system, in addition to best friend Beth (Aisha Dee).

And don’t even get us started on the boys (pictured above) in April’s life.
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Chasing Life's Italia Ricci Previews 'Life or Death' Cliffhanger in 'Vicious' Finale

Chasing Life's Italia Ricci Previews 'Life or Death' Cliffhanger in 'Vicious' Finale
April checks into chemo on Tuesday’s Chasing Life summer finale (ABC Family, 9/8c), but just because she’s been preparing for this moment all season, that doesn’t mean she’s prepared. “You’ll see her fall apart physically, emotionally and even psychologically,” star Italia Ricci warns TVLine.”

Related Chasing Life‘s Haley Ramm on Brenna’s Big Change and Future With [Spoiler]

“She thinks she knows what to expect, and she thinks she’s surrounded herself with the people and the knowledge she needs to get through this — but she is wrong,” Ricci adds. “She starts to realize that
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Pretty Little Liars Recap: Crouching Attacker, Hidden Stalker

Pretty Little Liars Recap: Crouching Attacker, Hidden Stalker
That must have been some nap.

In this week’s Pretty Little Liars, A is awake and off with a bang (literally). And if blowing up Toby’s house isn’t enough (Rip Chez Cavanaugh), he/she/they felt it necessary to film Alison’s mother’s burial and offer her and the girls front seats to the horror.

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Unbelievably, that’s not all A accomplished this week. Read on to see what everyone’s favorite black-hoodie-leather-gloved fiend got up to.

The Anti A-team | The Liars
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Chasing Life's Haley Ramm on Brenna's Big Change and Future With [Spoiler]

Chasing Life's Haley Ramm on Brenna's Big Change and Future With [Spoiler]
Now that April’s secret is out on Chasing Life (ABC Family, 9/8c), will little-sister Brenna finally shed her troublemaking ways to keep their family from falling apart?

Related Chasing Life Ep Explains April’s Big Reveal, Previews Her Future With Leo

Below, Brenna’s portrayer Haley Ramm previews what’s to come in the second half of Chasing Life‘s first season, including more sisterly bonding, Brenna’s romantic dilemma and which guy she would pick for her TV sis.

Tvline | Last episode we saw Brenna processing what April’s diagnosis means. Will we see more of that in the upcoming episodes?
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ABC Family's Chasing Life: Will You Follow April's Journey of Hope?

April Carver (Unnatural History‘s Italia Ricci) has a lot on her plate right now. She just landed her first reporting assignment, she’s making progress with a new guy at work and any extra free time is devoted to making sure her family doesn’t completely fall to pieces. Oh, and one more thing: April has cancer.

Related | Chasing Life Star: ABC Family Series Is About ‘So Much More’ Than Cancer

That’s how we’re introduced to April in the first episode of ABC Family’s Chasing Life, which premiered Tuesday. After passing out at a blood drive,
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TV Review: ‘Chasing Life’

TV Review: ‘Chasing Life’
The 20-something protagonist in “Chasing Life” receives an unexpected cancer diagnosis early on, and no, she does not begin selling crystal meth. Adapted from a Mexican TV series, this youthful drama feels well suited to ABC Family, with an appealing lead in Italia Ricci and enough soapy doings to keep its audience intrigued, despite clunky moments and another groan-inducing screen representation of newspaper life. In terms of timing the show also happens to arrive not only paired with “Pretty Little Liars” but following the big box-office weekend for “The Fault is in Our Stars,” another tale of the young and cancer-clouded mortality.

Ricci’s April is floating (her grouchy boss, played by Vondie Curtis-Hall, says it sounds better than “intern”) at a Boston newspaper when, while pursuing a story, she happens to faint dead away at the same hospital where her estranged uncle (Steven Weber) works. Conveniently, he’s an oncologist,
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