The “Legion” star posted a picture of himself with “Downton” stars Michelle Dockery and Allen Leech on Instagram on Sunday, asking his followers to vote on whether his character should have a mustache in the film.
Plot details for the movie, which was announced last month, are still unknown and Stevens’ involvement remains unclear. Focus Features, which is distributing the movie in the U.S. did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.
Stevens’ character, Matthew Crawley, was killed off in a car crash at the end of the show’s third season.
“Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes penned the film’s script and will executive produce the movie alongside Gareth Neame,
In Prodigy, the world’s smartest man isn’t content with running the world’s most successful business. His brilliant mind needs constant challenge and so he’s become the go-to guy for governments around the world when a problem arises they just can’t handle. A Nobel-Prize winning scientist, a genius composer, an Olympic-level athlete and an expert in the occult, Edison Crane is as addicted to the mysteries of
For the drama’s second outing, “Star Wars” star Mark Hamill will join the cast, and “The Flash” executive producer Aaron Helbing will take over showrunning duties.
Led by Tom Cullen, “Knightfall” tells the story of the Knights Templar, the most powerful, wealthy and mysterious military order of the Middle Ages who were entrusted with protecting Christianity’s most precious relics.
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Hamill will play the role of Talus, a battle-hardened Knight Templar veteran of the Crusades, who survived captivity for 10 years in the Holy Land and is tasked with training the new initiates to the Order.
Also joining the cast for Season 2 are “The Bastard Executioner” alum Tom Forbes as Prince Louis, the violent and unpredictable son of King Philip and heir to the throne,
Stone will direct from his own script in a project that’s departure from his previous work, offering an intimate exploration of family, loss, and love. Nighthawk Capital Limited is financing the film, which will be produced by Fernando Sulichin with Ross Katz. Sulichin’s New Element Media, which has worked with Stone on several projects, raised the financing for the film. Production will begin in New York City in the spring.
In a story covering three generations, Del Toro will portray a child of divorce now repeating his parents’ mistakes in his own marriage and with his troubled son. Feeling trapped, he embarks on a lust-filled journey to free himself, but only becomes more lost. When he meets a woman whose life is the opposite of his own, he begins a journey of rediscovery. It
The duo played a round of “Drinko,” where they had to mix gross ingredients with Reynolds’ Aviation gin. Ingredients included clam juice and bacon, egg and cheese.
“I have such a weak stomach, I’m not kidding,” said Reynolds before he went to get his first concoction, which included Twinkies and grape soda.
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“That’s like my child’s diet,” he said, before naming the cocktail “Ruth Bader Gins-berg.”
However, it wasn’t as good as he had hoped: “I would rather drink spinal fluid than that.”
Fallon’s mix included Twinkies and horseradish, which put him over the edge and made him hurl into a bucket on stage.
And the scandalous bar was just naughty enough to turn the late-night host as pink as the index card he happened to be holding.
Minaj stopped by the show to promote her new album “Queen” — a record filled with digs at her friends and enemies. The compilation includes the song in which, as Colbert put it, the artist lists all the men that “as the kids say” wouldn’t be able to “get with” her.
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He then lists many of them,
PrettyMuch’s tour will kick off on October 18 in Seattle and wrap on November 18 in Boston. This will be the group’s third tour this year. In January they embarked on a short, nine-city headlining run and then joined Khalid in May to open for the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter’s Roxy Tour.
PrettyMuch was formed by Simon Cowell in 2016. They’ve released several singles over the last year, including
Puth opened with “How Long,” a slick pop gem about seeking forgiveness after a drunken one-night stand. Shuffling at his keyboard as he plucked out some of the song’s gauzy synths, Puth flung his voice perfectly between a croon and a falsetto, while the Kimmel crowd assisted on the song’s infectious, chanted hook, “How long has this been going on?”
Puth showed off
“Seriously, this ‘best pop movie’ category is the worst idea the Academy has had since they asked me to sing with Snow White,” tweeted actor Rob Lowe, whose embarrassing appearance alongside the first Disney princess at the 1989 ceremony was launched into infamy. Other naysayers ranged from former Oscars producer Craig Zadan to ex-Focus Features honcho James Schamus.
But at least one major star appreciated the gesture. “Maybe if they’d had the category before, we’d have won a couple of them,” Mark Wahlberg told Variety. “We’ve had some really commercially successful films that we think certainly warranted that kind of notoriety.” Some of Wahlberg’s recent hits include “Ted,” “Lone Survivor” and “Transformers: Age of Extinction,
The more than 100 additions to the Toronto lineup include Greengrass’ “22 July,” about 2011 terrorist attacks in Norway; Hill’s feature directorial debut, “Mid90s,” with Katherine Waterston and Lucas Hedges in a story of a Southern California teen who discovers skateboarding; “Green Book,” from “There’s Something About Mary” and “Dumb and Dumber” director Peter Farrelly; and Joel Edgerton’s “Boy Erased,” a coming-of-age drama written and directed by Edgerton and starring Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe, and Lucas Hedges as a teen who is put in a gay conversion program.
The new films span five different sections of the festival: Galas, Special Presentations, Masters, Contemporary World Cinema and Wavelengths.
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Set in the London office of a big U.S. bank, “Devils” sees Borghi play the ruthless head of trading from Italy, welcomed and introduced to the world of finance by Dempsey’s bank CEO. When the Italian ends up involved in an intercontinental financial war rocking Europe, he will
In the Paramount Pictures feature-length comedy, which is a reimagining of 2000’s Mel Gibson movie “What Women Want,” Henson’s Ali gets passed over for a well-deserved promotion at work. Yeah, a dude made partner at their sports agency firm instead.
After drinking a mysterious tea and bumping her head, Ali wakes up able to hear men’s inner thoughts, which leads to some uncomfortable interactions with her doctor and assistant — the latter guy you might recognize as “Silicon Valley’s” Big Head (Josh Brener).
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Eventually, Ali harnesses the newfound power for good — or at least,
The “Hell or High Water” team of director David MacKenzie and Chris Pine reunite for “Outlaw King,” which will be the opening night gala presentation. It’s being billed as a David-versus-Goliath story, one that chronicles the Bruce’s transformation from defeated nobleman to defiant freedom fighter.
“Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy,” stars Laura Dern as an author who adopts a fictitious persona of Jt LeRoy, a queer man. After her book tops the best-seller list and Jt LeRoy becomes an object of fixation among the literary set, she’s forced to come to terms with the consequences of her creative nom-de-plume. Kristen Stewart co-stars in the film. “Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy” will be the festival’s closing night offering.
“Yes, I’m the kind of person who covers her own back. In Trump World, everyone lies. Everyone says one thing one day and they change their story the next day. I wanted to have this type of documentation so that in the event I found myself in this position where, as you said, they’re questioning my credibility,” she said in an interview with “CBS This Morning.”
Omarosa was on set to talk about the growing speculation that a tape exists of President Trump using the N-word. The former reality show contestant also revealed new audio of various Trump campaign staffers talking about its existence and how to handle any potential fallout if it ever were released publicly.
Pine stars as Robert the Bruce, the 14th century Scottish hero who led a group of outlaws to reclaim the Scottish throne from English rule. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Florence Pugh and Billy Howle also appear in the film, which will premiere at the Roy Thompson Hall on Thursday, Sept. 6.
Netflix will release the “Outlaw King” in November.
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Tiff also announced that “Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy,” a film from director Justin Kelly about the Jt LeRoy literary hoax, will be the festival’s closing-night attraction. The film stars Laura Dern as real-life author Laura Albert,
The duo had to navigate nine sets to pull it off — it was all quite impressive. The whole thing ended with Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On,” the breakout original song from the 1997 movie.
Along the way, Grande and “The Late Late Show” host also performed songs from Hall & Oates, Foo Fighters, Lady Gaga, One Direction, Vanilla Ice, and Rick Astley, among other (mostly) modern pop hits.
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Here is the full track list from Monday’s performance:
1. Come Sail Away – Styx
2. Rich Girl – Hall & Oates
3. The Way I Are – Timbaland
4. Learn To Fly – Foo Fighters
5. Just Dance – Lady Gaga
6. Steal My Girl – One Direction
7. Shape of You – Ed Sheeran
8. Ride Wit Me – Nelly
The pair spanned 13 songs in nine sets for a one-shot take. They launched their boat adventure with the fitting choice of Styx’s “Come Sail Away” before moving into Hall & Oates’ “Rich Girl” and then they danced their way through Timbaland’s “The Way I Are.”
For the film’s iconic shot at the bow of the ship, they
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