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Film News: Patrick McDonald of Hollywood Chicago Hosts ‘Wild Honey’ on Dec. 12, 2018

Chicago – “Wild Honey” is a film of transition and redemption, and features a stellar cast anchored by veteran character actress Rusty Schwimmer. The Wilmette Theatre in that Chicagoland suburb is screening the film – partially set locally – on December 12th and 14th, 2018, and Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com will host the Q&A with Schwimmer and writer/director Francis Stokes at the 12/12 presentation. For details and to purchase tickets, click here.

Rusty Schwimmer as Gabby in ‘Wild Honey

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Wild Honey” is the story of Gabby (Rusty Schwimmer), a 49 year-old who leaves her dead end relationship with Vince (Todd Stashwick) and moves back in with her mother (Paulette Cary). She also has no job prospects, so reluctantly she makes ends meet as a phone sex operator. This strange profession is interrupted by a caller named Martin (Timothy Omundson), who only wants Gabby’s counsel, and they begin to develop a friendship.
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Kim Possible: Disney Announces Premiere Date for Comedy Adventure Movie (Trailer)

The possibilities seem endless. Disney Channel has announced its Kim Possible movie will premiere Friday, February 15, 2019 at 8:00pm Et/Pt, on both Disney Channel and DisneyNOW. The film is based on the animated Kim Possible TV show, which ran for four seasons, until it was cancelled in September of 2007. Watch the new trailer, below.

A live-action Disney Channel action-adventure comedy, Kim Possible stars Sadie Stanley as the titular superhero, alongside Sean Giambrone as Ron Stoppable, Kim's sidekick and best bud. The cast also includes: Todd Stashwick, Taylor Ortega, Ciara Wilson, Alyson Hannigan, Connie Ray,Issac Ryan Brown, Erika Tham, Christy Carlson Romano, and Patton Oswalt. Read More…
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"Kim Possible" Live-Action

Take a look at new footage from the upcoming live-action "Kim Possible" movie, based on the "Kim Possible" animated TV series (2002), starring Sadie Stanley, Alyson Hannigan, Patton Oswalt, Todd Stashwick, Taylor Ortega, Ciara Wilson, Erika Tham, Issac Ryan Brown, Christy Carlson Romano and Connie Ray, airing Feb. 15, 2019, on the Disney Channel:

"...'Kim Possible' follows the teenage spy as she tries to juggle her duties as a global hero with the everyday troubles of being a teenager. She utilizes her martial-arts skills and high-tech gadgets to fight the forces of evil..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Kim Possible"....
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Watch the first trailer for the live-action Kim Possible movie

The Disney Channel have debuted the first trailer for its upcoming live-action Kim Possible movie which sees Sadie Stanley lead the cast as the titular crime-fighting teen alongside Sean Giambrone, Isaac Ryan Brown, Todd Stashwick, Taylor Ortega, Patton Oswalt, Allyson Hannigan, Ciara Wilson, Connie Ray, and Erika Tham; watch it here…

“In the live-action Kim Possible movie, Kim and her best friend and sidekick, Ron Stoppable, start Middleton High School, where Kim must navigate an intimidating new social hierarchy. She is ready to tackle the challenge head-on, just as she has with everything else in life, but her confidence is shaken when she faces roadblocks at every turn — getting lost in the confusing hallways, being late to class and facing rejection during soccer tryouts from her frenemy, Bonnie. Kim’s day starts to turn around when she and Ron meet and befriend Athena, a new classmate and Kim Possible superfan
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‘Kim Possible’ Live Action Movie Sets Premiere Date On Disney Channel, DisneyNOW

Kim Possible, the Disney Channel live action original movie based on the beloved animated series, will premiere Friday, Feb. 15 at 8 Et/Pt on Disney Channel and DisneyNOW.

In the live-action Kim Possible movie, Kim and her best friend and sidekick, Ron Stoppable, start Middleton High School, where Kim must navigate an intimidating new social hierarchy. She is ready to tackle the challenge head-on, just as she has with everything else in life, but her confidence is shaken when she faces roadblocks at every turn—getting lost in the confusing hallways, being late to class and facing rejection during soccer tryouts from her frenemy, Bonnie.

Kim’s day starts to turn around when she and Ron meet and befriend Athena, a new classmate and Kim Possible superfan who is having an even worse day than Kim. With Kim’s guidance and friendship, Athena transforms into the newest member of Team Possible.
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Kim Possible Trailer: Disney Channel Heroine Is Reborn in Live-Action Movie

Here’s the sitch: Disney Channel on Friday released the first trailer for its upcoming live-action Kim Possible movie, in which the iconic animated crimefighter is brought to life and embodied by newcomer Sadie Stanley. The teen heroine is, of course, joined by her bumbling sidekick-turned-love interest Ron Stoppable, played by The Goldberg‘s Sean Giambrone.

Premiering Friday, Feb. 15 (8/7c), the move begins with Kim and Ron beginning high school, “where Kim must navigate an intimidating new social hierarchy. Kim’s day starts to turn around when she and Ron meet and befriend Athena, a new classmate and Kim Possible
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Film News Roundup: Directors Guild Selects Special Awards Recipients

  • Variety
In today’s film news roundup, the DGA honors a pair of members for contributions to the guild, romantic comedy “Wild Honey” gets a release and VFX house Proof expands.

DGA Honors

Unit production manager Kathleen McGill and associate director Mimi (Marian) Deaton have been selected as the recipients of the Directors Guild of America special awards for contributions to the guild.

The duo will be honored at the 71st Annual DGA Awards on Feb. 2 at the Hollywood & Highland Center’s Ray Dolby Ballroom in Hollywood. McGill will receive the Frank Capra Achievement Award and Deaton will receive the Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award.

McGill worked as a Upm on Brian DePalma’s “Snake Eyes,” Ron Howard’s “The Da Vinci Code,” “Frost/Nixon” and “A Beautiful Mind,” Bryan Singer’s “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and “X-Men: Apocalypse” and is currently at work on Simon Kinberg’s “X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
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New images from the live-action Kim Possible movie released

Et has revealed five new images from The Disney Channel’s Kim Possible live-action movie featuring Sadie Stanley’s titular crime-fighting teen, her sidekick Ron Stoppable (Sean Giambrone), Athena (Ciara Wilson), Bonnie (Erika Tham), Wade (Isaac Ryan Brown), and Professor Dementor (Patton Oswalt); take a look here…

See Also: New Kim Possible live-action movie image features Dr. Drakken and Shego

See Also: Get your first look at the live-action Kim Possible

Kim Possible is being directed by Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky (Mech X-4) from a script by Josh Cagan (The Duff), and Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley, creators of the hit animated series. Sadie Stanley stars alongside Sean Giambrone (Ron Stoppable), Isaac Ryan Brown (Wade), Taylor Ortega (Dr. Drakken and Shego), Alyson Hannigan (Kim’s mother), Patton Oswalt (Professor Dementor), Christy Carlson Romano, Todd Stashwick, Connie Ray and Ciara Wilson.

Photo credits: Disney Channel

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New Kim Possible live-action movie image features Dr. Drakken and Shego

Entertainment Weekly has revealed a new image for The Disney Channel’s live-action Kim Possible movie which offers us our first look at villains Dr. Drakken (Todd Stashwick) and Shego (Taylor Ortega); check it out here…

See Also: Get your first look at the live-action Kim Possible

Kim Possible is being directed by Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky (Mech X-4) from a script by Josh Cagan (The Duff), and Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley, creators of the hit animated series. Sadie Stanley stars alongside Sean Giambrone (Ron Stoppable), Isaac Ryan Brown (Wade), Taylor Ortega (Dr. Drakken and Shego), Alyson Hannigan (Kim’s mother), Patton Oswalt (Professor Dementor), Christy Carlson Romano, Todd Stashwick, Connie Ray and Ciara Wilson.

Photo Credit: Disney Channel

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James Gunn Confirmed to Write and Direct Suicide Squad 2

Mike Cecchini Oct 12, 2018

Marvel's loss is DC's gain as James Gunn will write and direct Suicide Squad 2.

Well, well, well. James Gunn was recently removed from the director's chair of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy 3 after offensive tweets from several years back surfaced. Despite an outcry from fans (as well as members of the cast), Disney's decision was final, and Gunn was fired out of the airlock into the cold vacuum of space. Gunn moving from Marvel to DC isn't exactly a surprise, but it sure happened quickly, and the project in question is perhaps the most perfect fit for his sensibilities: Suicide Squad 2.

The first Suicide Squad movie notably tried to ape the success of Guardians of the Galaxy in its marketing and with its soundtrack, taking a random selection of classic rock tunes and throwing them over scenes seemingly at random. It...did
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Update:: James Gunn to write and potentially direct Suicide Squad 2, may be “a whole new take” rather than a sequel

Months after being fired from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 by Disney, it looks like filmmaker James Gunn is swapping the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the DC Extended Universe.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Gunn has closed a deal with Warner Bros. and DC Films to write the supervillain team-up sequel Suicide Squad 2, and may also direct the movie. However, a final decision won’t be made until he turns in his script.

Meanwhile, THR reporter Borys Kit is claiming that the movie will not be a sequel to David Ayer’s 2016 film, but rather “a whole new take” which may or may not involve recastings…

Being told that Gunn's Suicide Squad will not be a sequel, he will have a whole new take on it. But whether that means a total recasting or not is unclear.

— Borys Kit (@Borys_Kit) October 9, 2018

The news is certainly surprising given that
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Will Smith Says He’s Still Hoping To Make Deadshot Solo Movie

Despite Suicide Squad not being the most beloved DC movie out there, it made a hefty amount of cash and even bagged itself an Oscar (for Best Make-Up), so you can bet that Warner Bros. is keen to mine Task Force X for several more films. In fact, back in 2016, one spinoff that was being planned was a solo outing for Floyd Lawton Aka Deadshot, as played by Will Smith.

Over the past two years, as the DC movie universe has undergone many creative shifts, we haven’t heard much about how the Deadshot film is getting on. In a special YouTube live chat for his 50th birthday, though, Smith himself has finally provided us with an update as to how the project’s progressing. The star said that he’s attended meetings with WB about it and it seems to just be a question of finding a story to
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Suicide Squad 2 script is complete, sequel will aim to “deepen” the characters

Production may have been put on hold due to Warner Bros. and DC Films’ decision to move ahead with the Harley Quinn-led Birds of Prey film, but it seems that development on Suicide Squad 2 has been ongoing behind-the-scenes.

Speaking to Discussing Film, screenwriter Todd Stashwick – who has been penning the script with David Bar Katz and director Gavin O’Connor – has revealed that the screenplay is now complete.

“We have finished our draft and I’m really proud of it,” said Stashwick. “It’s a sequel to the first film. Again, I can’t say anything else. Our intention is to tell an exciting story, deepening these characters.”

Given those comments, it would seem safe to assume that the intention is to have all of the surviving members of Task Force X will be back for the sequel, along with Rick Flagg and Amanda Waller.

Details on Suicide Squad 2
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Suicide Squad 2 Script Is Finished

  • MovieWeb
Suicide Squad 2 co-screenwriter Todd Stashwick has confirmed that the first draft of the script is complete. While the first installment didn't sit well with critics, it was a box office hit, earning over $746.8 million, and proved to the studio that fans wanted to see these characters on the big screen. However, since then, there have been more rumors about Suicide Squad spin-off movies than an official sequel, leading to doubts about the project ever getting to the production phase.

Suicide Squad 2 was written by Todd Stashwick, David Bar Katz, and director Gavin O'Connor. Stashwick says, "We have finished our draft and I'm really proud of it." Stashwick obviously did not go into any further details about plot specifics or even who will be in the sequel. However, Stashwick did indicate that it will be a true sequel to the first film and not a reboot or prequel of any kind,
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First Draft Of Suicide Squad 2 Script’s Complete, Will Deepen The Characters

Whether you asked for it or not, Suicide Squad 2 is on its way, and co-writer Todd Stashwick assures us that the first draft of the script is now completed.

For what it’s worth, the writer and actor seemed enthusiastic about what they’ve come up with so far, telling Discussing Film:

“We have finished our draft and I’m really proud of it.”

While the Gotham actor stressed that he “can’t say anything else,” Stashwick also added that his main intention for the Suicide Squad sequel is “to tell an exciting story, deepening these characters.”

While Stashwick may be happy with his work as it is, it wouldn’t be a surprise to find out that his script will be tinkered with considerably before the Gavin O’Connor-helmed movie sees the light of day. As with last year’s Justice League, the first Suicide Squad underwent extensive reshoots,
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Patton Oswalt Joins Disney's Live-Action Kim Possible Movie

The Disney Channel’s live-action Kim Possible movie has cast a couple new actors that were previously involved with the animated series. Patton Oswalt and Christy Carlson Romano are set to appear in the movie.

Romano, who voiced the teen super-spy in the original series, will pop up in a cameo role, while Oswalt is set to play the villainous Professor Dementor, which is the same character he voiced in the show.

They join the previously cast Sadie Stanley as Kim Possible and Sean Giambrone as Ron Stoppable. The rest of the cast includes Alyson Hannigan, Todd Stashwick, Taylor Ortega, Ciara Wilson, Erika Tham, Issac Ryan Brown, and Connie Ray.

Kim Possible centers on a typical high school girl who, in her spare time, saves the world from evil villains. Along with her hapless sidekick Ron and his naked mole-rat Rufus, Kim took on power-hungry villains like Drakken and Shego.
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Patton Oswalt and Christy Carlson Romano Join Disney’s Live-Action ‘Kim Possible’

  • The Wrap
Patton Oswalt and Christy Carlson Romano Join Disney’s Live-Action ‘Kim Possible’
Patton Oswalt and Christy Carlson Romano have joined the cast of the live-action “Kim Possible,” a Disney Channel Original Movie about an everyday high school girl who, in her spare time, saves the world from villains.

Oswalt voiced fan favorite supervillain and mad scientist Professor Dementor, and Romano voiced the title character in the hit 2002 animated series in which the live-action film is based.

Romano announced that she would appear in the film, set to debut in 2019, during “D23’s Saturday Morning on the Lot” event at the Walt Disney Studios Saturday, during a presentation celebrating the series.

Also Read: Disney's Live-Action 'Kim Possible': Sadie Stanley, Sean Giambrone to Lead TV Movie

The movie follows a high school girl named Kim Possible (newcomer Sadie Stanley), who moonlights as a secret agent with the help of her friend/sidekick Ron Stoppable (“The Goldbergs” star Sean Giambrone).

The rest of the cast
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‘Kim Possible’ Live-Action Movie Adds Christy Carlson Romano, Patton Oswalt

  • Variety
‘Kim Possible’ Live-Action Movie Adds Christy Carlson Romano, Patton Oswalt
Disney Channel’s live-action “Kim Possible” movie is bringing back some familiar faces.

Christy Carlson Romano and Patton Oswalt are both set to appear in the upcoming film. Romano, who voiced the titular teen super-spy in the original series, will appear in a cameo role, while Oswalt will play the villainous Professor Dementor, the same character he voiced in the show.

The movie, which is expected to debut in 2019, stars Sadie Stanley as Kim Possible and Sean Giambrone as Ron Stoppable. The rest of the cast includes Alyson Hannigan, Todd Stashwick, Taylor Ortega, Ciara Wilson, Erika Tham, Issac Ryan Brown, and Connie Ray.

The original series launched in 2002 and ran for 87 episodes, and was nominated for an Emmy in 2003 for outstanding animated program. It also inspired two animated Disney Channel movies, “Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama” and “Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time.”
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‘Kim Possible’ Voices Set For Live Action Disney Channel Update

  • Deadline
Christy Carlson Romano – the voice of the original Kim Possible – will have a cameo in the live-action Disney Channel movie update, set for a 2019 debut.

Romano revealed her appearance today during “D23’s Saturday Morning on the Lot,” a live event held at the Burbank studios celebrating ABC and Disney Channel cartoons from 1997–2007, including the original Kim Possible animated series.

Also revealed: comedian/actor Patton Oswalt will play Professor Dementor in the live action. Oswalt was the voice of Dementor in the original animated series.

Kim Possible is about an everyday high school girl who, in her spare time, saves the world from villains. The movie stars Sadie Stanley as Kim Possible (seen in character for the first time in a newly released on-air promo for the movie); Sean Giambrone (ABC’s The Goldbergs) as Kim Possible’s loyal best friend, Ron Stoppable; Alyson Hannigan (Disney Junior’s animated series
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Original Kim Possible Making Cameo in Disney Channel's Live-Action Movie (Plus, Watch the First Teaser)

Original Kim Possible Making Cameo in Disney Channel's Live-Action Movie (Plus, Watch the First Teaser)
At last, it’s the casting sitch we all hoped for.

Christy Carlson Romano, who voiced Kim Possible for all 87 episodes of the original animated series (2002–2007), will make a cameo in the network’s upcoming live-action movie version, she announced today during D23’s Saturday Morning on the Lot at Walt Disney Studios.

Additionally, Patton Oswalt has joined the movie’s cast as the super villain Professor Dementor, a character he also voiced in 10 episodes of the show.

Sadie Stanley takes on the role of Kim in Disney Channel’s reimagining of the fan-favorite show, joined by Sean Giambrone (The Goldbergs
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