Hey Arnold! fans have waited well over a decade for answers to questions surrounding the show’s titular kind-hearted, football-shape-headed grade schooler and, in approximately one week, answers they will get. Expect childhood nostalgia levels to reach whole new heights with the release of Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie, a continuation of the popular 1994 animated Nickelodeon series.
The long-planned two-hour TV movie will take place one year after Hey Arnold!’s final episode, 2002’s “The Journal” and will see Arnold and his P.S. 118 fifth-grade buddies setting out on the field trip of a lifetime and uncovering the mystery behind the disappearance of Arnold’s parents.
Originally intended for theatrical release, The Jungle Movie was shelved after Nickelodeon instead decided to release Arnold
Dr. Paul Locus, an obstetrician at the Henry County Medical Center in Paris, Tennessee, was dressed as Batman’s archnemesis on Halloween night but was fully prepared to remove his costume in time to deliver Brittany Selph’s daughter, Oaklyn.
“My wife’s due date was Nov. 5, but that obviously didn’t happen. She woke up Halloween morning to her water leaking,” Brittany’s husband, Justin Selph,
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Variety reporter Justin Kroll recently sat in on the Meet the Movie Press podcast and suggested that Flashpoint as well as some of the other recently announced in-development Dceu movies could be
The Jane the Virgin star and his wife, Emily, welcomed son Maxwell Roland-Samuel Baldoni on Wednesday. Little Maxwell measured 21.5" and weighed 8 lbs., 7 oz. at birth.
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Justin, 33, shared the happy news on Instagram alongside a sweet black and white photo of his wife nuzzling their new bundle of joy.
"He. Is. Here!" the proud dad wrote. "Our little Maxwell Roland-Samuel Baldoni came into this world on Wednesday and showed us that it was possible for our hearts to double in size ...again. We want to thank everyone for all the love and prayers. We are so grateful. So much more to come."
Emily also shared the same birth announcement on social media beside a photo of the doting dad.
The happy couple are also parents to their 2-year-old daughter Maiya. When the pair revealed
The film picks up where the original series left off and the story follows the kids "on the field trip of a lifetime, where Arnold and his friends embark on a quest to achieve his dream of finding his missing parents."
Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie will premiere on Friday, November 24th, from 7:00-9:00pm.
The movie was co-written and executive produced by creator Craig Bartlett. The movie features original voice cast members Francesca Marie Smith (The Prince of Egypt) as Helga and Anndi McAfee (Tom and Jerry: The Movie) as Phoebe, alongside dynamic new voice talent Mason Vale Cotton (Mad Men) as Arnold and Benjamin “Lil’ P-Nut” Flores,
Variety says that Slate could be playing a scientist in the film. Williams was reported to be a district attorney while Ahmed’s role is still unknown. Hardy is taking on the lead role of Eddie Brock.
Meanwhile, according to Justin Kroll of Variety, Kelly Marcel (Fifty Shades of Grey, Saving Mr. Banks) has been brought in to write the latest draft of the script).
The film will be directed Ruben Fleischer with Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach and Amy Pascal producing. Venom will be unconnected to Spider-Man: Homecoming and the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Sony will instead launch its own connected universe with other Spider-Man characters.
In fact, he’s one of the few shining lights in what’s otherwise become a controversial project, one that many fans feel is simply unnecessary. With Hardy on board, however, most people are at least willing to give it a chance. Or they were, until Variety reporter Justin Kroll took to Twitter tonight to announce that Sony has hired Kelly Marcel to pen the script for the film. Best known for Fifty Shades of Grey, it’s an odd choice to
In a new post on her website, the reality star—who often documents her efforts in the gym with her sister Kourtney on Snapchat—says she likes to start her day with dishes that are “quick and easy, yet packed with lots of vitamins and protein to power my early morning workouts.”
“We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but that doesn’t mean it has to be so much f—— work to prepare,” she says. Kardashian then went on to share her favorite “and sooo
The news comes from Variety today, with the report claiming that, after it was confirmed original Suicide Squad director David Ayer won't be returning, this sequel directing gig was among the hottest jobs in town. It did seem at one point that the project was on the fast track, with the studio eyeing Jaume Collet-Serra to direct, with The Legend of Tarzan writer Adam Cozad also coming aboard this summer to write the script,
Although it was reportedly on the fast track over at Warner Bros., it looks like the sequel to Suicide Squad is some time off yet. According to Variety’s Justin Kroll, the director-less Suicide Squad 2 will go into production in fall 2018 following scheduling difficulties with Will Smith’s Aladdin and Gemini Man. Read more here.
King Praises It
Something that will be coming out very soon, however, is the adaptation of Stephen King’s It – and the man himself has been praising the film. “I had hopes, but I was not prepared for how good it really was. It’s something that’s different, and at the same time, it’s something that audiences are gonna relate to.” Read more of his comments here.
Justice League will finally be hitting cinemas in November this year, but it wasn’t the first attempt
Just last week, we had our first glimmer of hope. We heard that Warner Bros. had narrowed it down to two directors to helm: Daniel Espinosa and Gerard Johnstone. Neither of those filmmakers are necessarily at the top of Hollywood’s most wanted list, but they were interesting choices for a project that had the potential based on its unique nature. However, it sounds like nothing is panning out for this movie.
According to Variety film reporter Justin Kroll, the project has had yet another setback. He states that the studio is going back to working
A lot of the information about Sony's Spider-Man spin-off Venom has been kept under wraps, but we do know that She-Venom, aka Ann Weying has been talked about and possibly even cast by this point and that Carnage is the main villain. Cletus Kasaday, aka Carnage has always been a fan favorite, and sources close to the project say that Riz Ahmed (Rogue One) has auditioned for the part.
Given how different outlets have reported different things regarding Ahmed’s potential casting and which character he may play in the Eddie Brock-focused sci-fi horror flick, nothing is concrete at the moment. Sources told Variety “that he’ll be playing a popular Marvel Comics character,” and while The Tracking Board confirmed that statement in its write-up, editor in chief Jeff Sneider divulged a rumor that Ahmed auditioned for the role of Carnage, the film’s villain, and is being considered for it. A person close to the project also told Sneider that Ahmed will, in fact,
Variety is saying that he will be playing "a popular Marvel character." However, they don't indicate on who that character could be. Then there's THR, who makes a point of saying that it won't be Carnage, even though that's the character Sony Pictures has been looking to cast.
Ahmed was rumored to have been considered for the part of Carnage and according to another report from The Tracking Board, sources say that the production team is "torn as to whether he’ll ultimately play that character or a different one."
On top of all that,
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