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The Marriott hotel chain is getting into the movie business with "Spider-Man" and "Grimm" stuntmen William Spencer and Caine Sinclair cast in the lead roles in the company's first short film "Two Bellmen".
Produced by Marriott Content Studio, the company aims to reach more consumers though branded content. The story deals with two bellmen as they thwart a heist at a private art event. Jade Raybin penned the script.
Daniel 'Malakai' Cabrera will direct the project and co-wrote the script with Jade Raybin. Henry Simmons ("Agents of Shield”), Miles Brown ("Black-ish”), Sophina Brown ("The Good Wife”), Josue Figueroa ("Step Up: Revolution”), Josue Antonio (the "Step Up” franchise), Taryn Southern ("The Single Life”) and Stephen Boss ("So You Think You Can Dance”) also star.
Set primarily around the downtown Los Angeles Jw Marriott, filming is slated to begin on January 5th and will run for a week. A theatrical and VOD release is planned. »
- Garth Franklin
On Friday night, while walking the red carpet at the Z100 Jingle Ball in New York, American Idol host Ryan Seacrest told THR that the reality show will be cutting the results show this season. Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance have each made a similar change.
He said, "We are going to do the performance show and the results in the same show... So there won't be a 'Wait 'til tomorrow night.' There won't be a 'Coming up, coming up, coming up.' We are going to put it all into one format in one night. So that will be exciting."
Seacrest noted, "[It will be] one night when we get to the final stage, the top 10, there will be one night of performances and results all in one night."
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Fox is cutting the party a little short. American Idol, the network's long-running reality juggernaut, will no longer be airing two shows a week, sources confirm to E! News. Following in the footsteps of So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing With the Stars, the reality singing competition will air one episode per week—with the performance and results within the same show. (Fox reps have not yet commented.) Prior to his exit, former Fox president Kevin Reilly hinted at major changes for Idol in its upcoming 14th season back in May. "The format of Idol will change," Reilly told reporters. "Next year the format will be »
Talk of Idol being “more streamlined” in Season 14 began back in mid-May, when then-Fox president Kevin Reilly speculated that, with ratings waning, the onetime reality behemoth would transition to a “two-hour show on one night for most of its run.”
Seacrest confirmed that to be the latest thinking even in the wake of Reilly’s exit in late May. (Dana Walden and Gary Newman took the reins at Fox Broadcasting in July.) “We are going to do the »
The Hot Tamale train may be leaving the station. And if so, Paula Abdul could prove to be forever Fox’s girl.
Our sister site Deadline is reporting that So You Think You Can Dance may give the judges’ dais a facelift for the coming Season 12, with original arbiter Mary Murphy rumored to be parting ways with the competition series.
If Murphy does bow out, Fox is said to be eyeing American Idol alum/choreographer/sometime singer Paula Abdul to fill the void. Abdul has guest-judged on Fox’s Sytycd on three occasions, as well as sat on the dais »
Hit the Floor star Stephanie Moseley and her husband, rapper Earl Hayes, are dead in an apparent murder-suicide, sources tell Et.
Hayes, who was a member of boxer Floyd Mayweather's Money Team, allegedly shot and killed Moseley before turning the gun on himself.
Et was at the scene, and spoke to actress and model Eva Marcille who had been Moseley's long-time friend. An emotional Marcille shared her memories of Moseley.
"Stephanie was an absolute angel. She really was, to everybody she's ever met," said Marcille, who came to Moseley's apartment complex when she heard the tragic news. "She's so loved. And she will never, ever, ever be forgotten."
Photos: Stars We've Lost
When asked if Moseley had said anything in recent days that would cause Marcille to worry, the 30-year-old America's Next Top Model winner said, "We shared life circumstances, and what we've been going through. And her life hasn't exactly been rosy, as of late »
"When I started this show I said the main purpose for me was to show anybody -- all of our viewers -- that anybody could be a Rachael Ray," says the TV personality, chef and author.
News: Rachael Ray Launches Cookbook Competition
Eight years later, Rachael is still full of surprises. Some surprises are so secret that they're even kept from Rachael herself.
"I legitimately know nothing about our landmark shows," Rachael tells Nischelle, explaining that her staff plans the milestone shows as a surprise for her. "To start out with a message from First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah literally brought me to tears. And then to have Gayle [King] here and gift the whole audience with Oprah's things..."
Long-running Fox reality competition series "So You Think You Can Dance" will live to pirouette once again, as the network has picked up the show for a 12th season.
With the renewal comes a fresh twist for the venerable series: dancers will be divided into two different groups, and compete head-to-head throughout the season. The groups will be stage dancers, who perform more traditional genres of dance including ballet, contemporary, jazz, and tap; and street dancers, who are skilled in animation, hip-hop, and breaking.
Judges and an All-Star mentor will whittle down hopeful contestants into the top 10 dancers on each team, and the 20 finalists will compete during live shows for audience votes. One dancer from each team will be eliminated each week, until the finale, when a single dancer will be declared the winner.
- Katie Roberts
Don’t take off your dancing shoes just yet. Fox has renewed its Emmy-nominated reality series So You Think You Can Dance for a twelfth season. However, there will be a slight change, as Season 12 of the series will reportedly have stage dancers compete against street dancers. According to TVLine, this is how producers are describing the new So You Think You Can Dance format: “Throughout the auditions, the dancers who advance will be placed into two teams – the stage dancers, featuring those trained in styles such as contemporary, ballet, jazz or tap; and the street dancers, hopefuls skilled in hip-hop, animation or breaking. As the auditions continue, the judges, along with each team’s All-Star Mentor, will eliminate dancers until only the Top 20 – 10 Street Dancers and 10 Stage Dancers – remain. When the competition goes ‘live,’ the Top 20 will be challenged weekly to perform a…
Fox Renews So You Think You Can Dance »
- Chris King
Fox has announced that So You Think You Can Dance will return next summer for its 12th season. For the first time, contestants will be split into two teams -- street dancers and stage dancers.
Here are the details:
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"So You Think You Can Dance" Returns For 12th Season In Summer 2015
New "Stage Vs. Street" Format Intensifies Competition
Fox has renewed the Emmy Award-winning So You Think You Can Dance for a 12th season. From 19 Entertainment, a division of Core Media Group, and dick clark productions, So You Think You Can Dance will return in the summer of 2015 with a dramatic new twist.
Throughout the auditions, the dancers who advance will be placed into two teams - the Stage dancers, featuring those trained in styles such as »
The ubiquitous Rob Riggle is planting his flag at Fox.
The project, which is based on the Austrian comedy series Braunschlag, follows the quirky inhabitants of a small, struggling town whose mayor (played by Riggle) is prepared to do anything to save his community.
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This week on Fox’s Gotham, Detective Jim Gordon allied with Harvey Dent to bait the Waynes’ killer, while Bruce’s new housemate turned out to be the cat’s meow.
First off, bravo to the introduction of Harvey Dent (played by Masters of Sex and Heroes alum Nicholas D’Agosto). At the very least, the Ada’s (mostly) upbeat composure increased the show’s smiley quotient by one hundred-fold, amid all these gloomy Guses (to the point that you almost wondered if he walked onto the right set). It’s also nice seeing Gordon have a non-begrudging ally in »
Hmmm. Then perhaps the famous chef shouldn’t be asking her if he was as accomplished a cook at age 8 as the budding chefs in front of them?
This week’s episode will feature the 10 remaining kids putting their own twists on Gordon’s favorite dishes growing up — but it’s Mama Ramsay’s standard first question upon her arrival in Los Angeles that had us chuckling hardest. »
“So You Think You Can Dance” renewed with a Street Dancers vs. Stage Dancers twist Season 12 of “Sytycd” will debut with a new format. As producers describe it, "Throughout the auditions, the dancers who advance will be placed into two teams – the stage dancers, featuring those trained in styles such as contemporary, ballet, jazz or tap; and the street dancers, hopefuls skilled in hip-hop, animation or breaking.” “Today’s” new boss fired after just 3 months on the job Jamie Horowitz, a former Espn rising star who was poached by NBC News a few months ago, has been fired. According to Page Six, Horowitz rubbed “Today” staffers the wrong way, especially by pitting anchors and producers against each other. Page Six also reports that Horowitz’s friendship with Josh Elliott was seen as a problem. “Dance Moms” lawsuit thrown out by court Kelly Hyland and her daughters had sued the Lifetime »
- Norman Weiss
Fox has renewed competition series “So You Think You Can Dance” for season 12… and will be introducing some new twists when the show returns in summer 2015.
Throughout the new season, advancing dancers will be placed into two teams — stage dancers, trained in contemporary, ballet, jazz or tap styles; and street dancers, competitors skilled in hip-hop, animation or breaking. During the audition phase, judges and each team’s All-Star mentor will eliminate dancers until 10 stage dancers and 10 street dancers remain.
The top 20 will then be challenged to perform a variety of styles, per tradition, with one dancer from each team eliminated each week.
“‘So You Think You Can Dance’ is a rare jewel,” said Simon Andreae, exec vice president of alternative entertainment for Fox. “It’s produced and consumed with tremendous passion and it’s developed one of the most deservedly loyal followings in all of unscripted television. We are immensely »
- Shelli Weinstein
Fox is going back to So You Think You Can Dance. The network has renewed the summer staple for a 12th season with a new twist. The series, which returns in 2015, will feature dancers in two teams — stage, with those trained in contemporary, ballet, jazz or tap — and street, comprised of hopefuls skilled in hip-hop, animation or breaking. See more On the Set of 'So You Think You Can Dance' The top 20 will consist of 10 dancers from each of the categories. When the series advances to its "live" format, the top 20 will be
- Lesley Goldberg
The Hot Tamale train is still chugging along — woooohooo!
Fox has renewed So You Think You Can Dance for Season 12 — but the show is getting a face lift, of sorts, before it returns in summer 2015. (TVLine’s 2015 Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect the news.)
The Emmy-nominated reality staple will pit stage dancers against street dancers for its upcoming installment, Fox announced today.
Here’s how producers are describing the new format: “Throughout the auditions, the dancers who advance will be placed into two teams – the stage dancers, featuring those trained in styles such as contemporary, ballet, jazz or tap; and the street dancers, »
Director Hamish Hamilton returns to the show for the third time, after receiving an Emmy nomination for his work on last year’s telecast. He made his Oscar debut with the 82nd Academy Awards telecast in 2010. Hamilton has directed many other celebrated live televised events, including the 2014 Super Bowl halftime show featuring Bruno Mars, the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show featuring Beyoncé, the 2013 “MTV Video Music Awards” and the opening ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics, for which he also received an Emmy nomination. He shared a 2011 Peabody Award for the fifth annual “CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute” and a 2003 Grammy Award nomination for the musical special “Robbie Williams – Live at the Albert.”
Production designer Derek McLane has been part of both Oscar »
- Michelle McCue
If your favorite part of NBC’s dearly departed Smash was the dynamite dancing in the Broadway-style musical numbers, you can thank Joshua Bergasse, the award-winning choreographer behind them. Bergasse, who’s also choreographed for So You Think You Can Dance, is now the dancemaster behind the new Broadway revival of On the Town, the ballet-tinged musical that opened to rave reviews in New York this October. While choreography for live theater has its differences than the dances you see on film, Bergasse grew up watching the same movie-musicals that are beloved among fans of the genre—films which have »
- Marc Snetiker
With the prospect of one last, all-but-certain elimination looming — after Michael Waltrip’s merciful exit last week, perpetually low-scoring charmer Tommy Chong was sure to be next, right? — Week 9 of Dancing With the Stars saw the final six couples performing both “America’s Choice” and trio dances. Meanwhile, visions of the Mirrorball Trophy — and more immediately, a spot in next week’s semifinals — danced in the remaining stars’ heads.
But while tonight’s live show tipped its hat to loyal DWTS fans (whose social-media votes throughout the past week dictated each celeb’s song, dance styles, wardrobe and hair), the »
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