Universal and Amblin's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom stomped into North American theaters Thursday night, earning a promising $15.3 million in previews. As expected, that's behind the $18.5 million preview gross for Jurassic World in summer 2015, but still a strong number on its own. The preview number was on par with last summer's Spider-Man: Homecoming ($15.4 million), and ahead of the more recent Solo: A Star Wars Story ($14.1 million).
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom should easily fend off holdover Incredibles 2 and win the weekend race with a domestic opening in the $130 million-$140 million range....
The network announced Friday it’s renewed its first-ever anthology series, “The Terror,” for a second season. This installment hails from Scott (who executive produced the first season) and co-creators Alexander Woo (“True Blood”) and Max Borenstein.
According to the official logline, the next iteration of the anthology series will be set during World War II and center on an uncanny specter that menaces a Japanese-American community from its home in Southern California to the internment camps to the war in the Pacific.
“I’m deeply honored to be telling a story set in this extraordinary period,” said Woo. “We hope to convey the abject terror of the historical experience in
ABC has given a series order to “The Conners,” a spinoff starring original cast members John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson and Michael Fishman. Not part of the new series will be Roseanne Barr, who played the matriarch on the long running and recently revived — and more recently canceled — multi-camera comedy. Barr will, according to ABC, have no financial or creative involvement in the spinoff.
“The Conners” is slated to debut this fall and take over the 8 p.m. Tuesday time period that “Roseanne” had been slated to occupy until the show was abruptly canceled last month in response to a racist statement made on Twitter by Barr. Additional cast members and a premiere date will be announced at a later date.
Gilbert, Tom Werner, Bruce Helford, Dave Caplan, Bruce Rasmussen, and Tony Hernandez will serve as executive producers on the spinoff,
The film will be an American take on Fred Cavayé‘s French crime drama Point Blank (A bout portant).
The first and last time this happened was in 2007 when Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End opened with $114.7 million following Shrek the Third's $121.6 million opening the weekend prior. In fact, the rarity of what will take place this weekend doesn't end there as only eight times following a $100+ million performance at the weekend box office has a film not repeated at #1 the following weekend. Even more rare, two films have never brought in more than $100 million over the same weekend.
Should Incredibles 2 drop 45.26% or less this weekend we'll have yet another piece of history to discuss come Sunday morning.
After debuting internationally just over two weeks ago,
While very limited details have been announced about The Conners, we can't help but wonder what will happen to the brazen matriarch of the Conner family now that Barr is no longer a star. The official premise released by ABC reveals the new show revolves around the Conners facing "the daily struggles of life in Lanford in a way they never have before" in the aftermath of "a sudden turn of events." As ET points out,
The renewal was just announced in the form of a social asset by narrator Giancarlo Esposito (finally seen for the first time in the Season 2 finale) on behalf of the Order of X (see clip below).
Based on Justin Simien's acclaimed debut indie feature and produced by Lionsgate, Dear White People is set against the backdrop of a predominantly white Ivy League university…
The project is currently looking for writers. The dolls were first released in 1986 and are sold with books that tell stories of American history. In 1998, Pleasant Company became a subsidiary of Mattel.
This isn’t the American Girls’ first run at Hollywood. In 2008, Abigail Breslin starred in the theatrically released film “Kit Kittredge: An American Girl.”
The news was announced by his former Washington Post colleague Paul Farhi on Twitter:
Some sad news: Charles Krauthammer has died. Our obit is coming soon.
— Paul Farhi (@farhip) June 21, 2018
In a letter read on-air June 8 by Outnumbered host Sandra Smith, Krauthammer said he had undergone surgery to remove a cancerous tumor in his abdomen and that it “caused a cascade of secondary complications” for which he has been hospitalized since. Recent tests have revealed that the cancer had returned.
He had been paralyzed since a diving-board accident in the early 1970s that confined him to a wheelchair.
“I don’t like when they make a big thing about it,” Krauthammer said in a 1984 Washington Post interview.
DeKnight served as executive producer and showruner on the first season of Marvel action drama “Daredevil,” as well as on the Starz drama “Spartacus.” Among DeKnight’s other credits are “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel.” He was the writer and director on his first feature film “Pacific Rim Uprising,” from Legendary Pictures.
“Steven S. DeKnight is a multifaceted writer, director, producer and showrunner whose daring visions have gripped audiences for years,
On Friday, Daily Mail reporter Karen Ruiz identified Yanela Sanchez as the Honduran girl, whose crying image at the border went viral across the world this week and even graced the cover of Time Magazine.
More surprising still, Ruiz, who spoke to Sanchez’s father, said the family had never been separated.
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“I spoke to the father of the little Honduran girl photographed crying at the border,” said Ruiz. “He says he has yet to speak to his wife and daughter but reveals they were never separated and are ‘safe'”
I spoke to the father of the little Honduran
The price cut was announced in Delaware bankruptcy court on Friday as a means to accelerate Lantern closing the deal.
The two sides were haggling over the value of the unreleased projects and the Weinstein Co.’s library of films.
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TWC’s library contains 277 features films, though some were used as collateral for previous debt restructuring, so the company doesn’t own those outright. In 2010, 0wnership rights to 191 films were transferred to an independent fund that yielded less than $1 million in revenue last year.
Filmmakers for some of TWC’s unreleased films objected in court to the rights to their films being included in the asset fire sale.
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The man, who as a Royal Marine used to spend his days saving humans in war-torn Afghanistan, now spends them saving dogs there. But Farthing is still saving soldiers in a way, as his mission through his charity Nowzad — named after his own pooch from the war zone — is to reunite American military personnel with their unofficially adopted local four (and sometimes three)-legged friends.
The lengths that Farthing and his organization go through to export these forgotten street dogs from Afghanistan to their specific soldier in the United States is remarkable — as is the cost. TheWrap spoke with Farthing about his very worthy, dangerous, and inspirational mission, which readers can catch
In 2003, Rob Schneider applied to become a member of the Academy — the organization that gives out the Oscars each year — and was denied entry because actors branch decided that the “Saturday Night Live” alum had not showed enough range in films like “The Animal” and “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo.”
“There were some people who felt that basically he has played very similar characters over and over,” Bruce Davis, the Academy’s executive director, told the Wall Street Journal after the organization decided not to extend an invitation.
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Schneider, who had acted in more than 20 movies and starred in such hits as 1999’s “Deuce Bigelow,” had his supporters.
The media company, which already stopped airing ads for Match.com after Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg’s previous advertiser boycott campaign, told Politico that it’s no longer running commercials for HomeAdvisor or Angie’s List. Iac did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment when asked if they had stopped advertising on the show.
During an interview with CNBC on Wednesday (watch the video above), Iac CEO Joey Levin intimated they were no longer going to run ads on Ingraham’s show. “Staying politically neutral is a hard thing to do, but I also think it’s an important thing to do,” he said, responding to a question of how his company deals with social-media driven boycott campaigns. “That
It is unclear when Jackson, who is in his late 80s, was hospitalized, or where he was hospitalized.
However, the individual dismissed notions that his children have been blocked from seeing him, saying that several of his 11 children, including daughter La Toya Jackson, as well as his wife Katherine, have visited the ailing patriarch.
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The Daily Mail reported that there had been a “tense stand off during which the Jackson family struggled to gain medical information about, and access to, Joe.” The British media outlet also quoted Jackson’s son, Jermaine Jackson, “No one knew what was going on – we shouldn’t have to beg, plead, and argue to see our own father,
“Charlie’s Angels” perfectly captured the goofiness of the ’70s, but it felt painfully out of date in 2011. Critics and audiences agreed: It was canceled after three episodes.
Blair Underwood has done some memorable TV work, starting with his career-making role on “L.A. Law.” But his 2013 take on the Raymond Burr crime drama was yanked from NBC’s air even faster than you can say “Lax” or “The Event.”
“The Bionic Woman”
A 2007 take on the “Six Million Dollar Man” spinoff, this NBC show’s original sin was casting “Battlestar Galactica” ass-kicker Katee Sackhoff as the recurring villain rather than the lead.
Like so much ’80s television, the original “Knight Rider” is over-celebrated. But NBC’s 2008 version lacked even the original’s dumb charms — and David Hasselhoff.
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