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The DJ/musician/comedian/host/actor is reportedly playing a member of a rival a cappella team that the Barden Bellas square off against. He joins a cast that includes returning Pitch Perfect stars Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow, Adam DeVine, Skylar Astin and Anna Camp, alongside new additions Hailee Steinfeld and Katey Sagal.
Elizabeth Banks, who also reprises her role as Gail from Pitch Perfect, is making her directorial debut on the sequel, working from a script by Kay Cannon. Gold Circle's Paul Brooks is producing alongside Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman.
Flula Borg's channel has more than 45 million views and 350,000 subscribers, which includes prank videos, beatboxing, original songs and a series called "Auto Tune," where he gets celebrities and »
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If you're in Glasgow, go and see Mac DeMarco at The Arches. He might not do that thing with the drumsticks, but he'll certainly play some lovably slack indie-rock ditties.
Brilliant Swedish pop provocateurs The Knife have just announced a new mini-album of "shaken up" versions of tracks from their back catalogue. They were »
- Sam Richards
The new season of 20 episodes will start production this summer and debut this fall.
The current season of “Auction Hunters” began in January.
- Nikara Johns
“Auction Hunters” has unearthed another season. The series, which features Allen Haff and Ton Jones digging for buried treasure at storage-unit auctions, has been renewed for a 20-episode fifth season. The new season starts production this summer for a fall premiere. Also read: Adam Carolla's ‘Catch a Contractor’ Debut Is Spike's Best in 3 Years The new season will find Haff and Jones expanding beyond storage unit auctions and traversing the country in search of the best deals — from cattle auctions to police auctions to, of course, their favorite storage auctions. All in the service of finding fortune. “We are thrilled to. »
- Tim Kenneally
11 April 2014 9:45 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Auction Hunters has won its bid for another season. Spike TV announced Friday that it has renewed the reality series for a 20-episode fifth season. The series, produced by Duck Dynasty's Gurney Productions, ranks as the male-skewing network's longest-running nonscripted original series. In announcing the pickup, Spike noted that the series has helped the cable network broaden and expand the network's reach. The current fourth season, which wrapped April 5, averaged 1.5 million total viewers on Saturdays at 9 p.m. -- up 25 percent among adults 18-34. List: The Hollywood Reporter's Top 25 Reality
- Lesley Goldberg
Spike TV‘s longest-running non-scripted original series Auction Hunters has been renewed for a fifth season, with the network ordering 20 episodes that will go into production this summer and debut in the fall. The fourth season of the series, which wrapped last week, averaged 1.5 million viewers in the Saturday 9 Pm time slot, growing the slot in the adults 18-34 demo by 25%. The new season of the series, produced by Duck Dynasty producer Gurney Productions, will see stars Allen Haff and Ton Jones expand their horizons to more than just storage unit auctions, hitting the road in search of the best deals from cattle to police auctions to uncover hidden fortunes. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
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