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‘Dancing with the Stars’ season 27 cast suggestions: We’d love to see female celebs Dove Cameron, Paris Hilton & more

The all-athlete edition of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” just wrapped up on May 21, but there’s a long list of celebrities who deserve to compete on the dance floor in the show’s 27th season coming up this fall. Below is a list of female candidates I think “DWTS” should consider inviting to compete for the next Mirror Ball Trophy. Do you agree with my picks? Check them out below, and vote in our poll at the bottom of this post to let us know which of these female celebs you’d most like to see in the ballroom. And let us know in comments what other stars you would like to see.

Dove Cameron

At only 22-years-old, Cameron has already made a name for herself as an actress on the Disney Channel with roles in the series “Liv and Maddie” (2013-2017) and the “Descendants” films. She has
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Lightning Entertainment sells Steve Carr-directed pregnancy road movie (exclusive)

Lightning Entertainment sells Steve Carr-directed pregnancy road movie (exclusive)
‘Untitled Teen Pregnancy Road Movie (With Zombies)’ will be directed by ‘Daddy Day Care’ director Steve Carr

Lightning Entertainment has kicked off worldwide sales in Cannes on Untitled Teen Pregnancy Road Movie (With Zombies), which Daddy Day Care director Steve Carr has signed on to direct.

The project is the second in an elevated genre slate assembled by The Walking Dead producers Circle of Confusion with Lightning Entertainment and Hindsight Media.

Casting is underway ahead of an anticipated summer start in Canada on the story of a teenage girl trying to survive a zombie apocalypse while outrunning the government and
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You Have Less Than a Month to Watch All 6 Seasons of Lost Before It Leaves Netflix

We were so busy obsessing over all of the new titles hitting Netflix in January that we almost forgot to pour one out for the many, many movies and TV shows that are bidding the streaming giant adieu. In exchange for Love Actually, Bring It On, and The Godfather, it looks like Netflix is giving up the Saw franchise, Pulp Fiction, and all six seasons of Lost. Check out the rest of the titles you need to watch Asap below! Jan. 1 Chicago Daddy Day Care Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood Dressed to Kill E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Forrest Gump Four Brothers Free Willy Grease Gremlins I Am Sam Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Fifteenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Fourteenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Seventeenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The
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Mipcom: Miramax, Revolution Extend Global TV, Digital Distribution Deal

Revolution Studios said Tuesday that it has extended its exclusive global television and digital distribution deal with Miramax.

Miramax, since 2016 owned by beIN Media Group and led by CEO Bill Block, has represented Revolution’s titles domestically since 2012 and internationally since 2014.

Under the extension, unveiled at Mipcom in Cannes, Miramax will continue to license Revolution’s library titles, such as Black Hawk Down, Maid in Manhattan, Daddy Day Care, xXx and xXx: State of the Union, for worldwide TV and digital distribution. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Also covered by the agreement are more than 64 feature films Revolution has...
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Wyck Godfrey Tapped for Top Executive Role at Paramount Pictures (Exclusive)

Wyck Godfrey Tapped for Top Executive Role at Paramount Pictures (Exclusive)
Updated: Wyck Godfrey, the powerhouse producer behind “Twilight” and “The Fault in Our Stars,” is taking over as president of Paramount’s motion picture group. He will begin his new position in January 2018.

The studio confirmed the news on Saturday. Godfrey’s hire comes after Marc Evans announced that he is stepping down as the motion picture group chief at the end of the year. Godfrey has a long-standing relationship with Jim Gianopulos, Paramount’s newly appointed studio chairman, to whom he will report. When Gianopulos ran Fox’s film division Godfrey produced several hits for the studio, including “The Maze Runner,” “The Fault in Our Stars,” and “The Longest Ride.” He his known for having a keen sense of what will appeal to tween audiences, an important demographic for a business struggling to appeal to younger consumers.

“I worked with Wyck for many years and have been in awe of his incredible success as a producer
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Revolution Studios sold to investment fund

Hollywood film and TV production operation Revolution Studios has been bought by investment fund and asset management company Content Partners.

Revolution Studios, the Hollywood film and TV production operation founded by Joe Roth, has been bought by investment fund and asset management company Content Partners and its Cp Enterprises affiliate.

Known for features including Hellboy, Black Hawk Down and the upcoming xXx: Return of Xander Cage, Revolution was sold in 2014 to hedge fund Fortress Investment Group.

New owner Content Partners gets a library containing 126 features - also including Daddy Day Care, Are We There Yet? and the original 2002 xXx (pictured) - and 240 TV episodes.

Current Revolution cheif executive Vince Totino and chief operating officer Scott Hemming will continue in those roles, with Hemming also becoming president of the company.

In a statement, Totino said: “Content Partners, with its unique and successful investment strategy in entertainment properties, complements Revolution’s approach to exploiting film and television products across
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Revolution Studios Sold to Investment Firm Content Partners

  • The Wrap
Revolution Studios has been acquired by Los Angeles-based investment firm Content Partners and its affiliate Cp Enterprises, Content Partners announced Wednesday. The studio, which has been behind films like “xXx,” “Anger Management,” “Black Hawk Down” and “Daddy Day Care,” has been owned by investment funds since 2014. Under the new ownership, Revolution Studios will continue as a stand-alone business, led by Cep Vince Totino and COO Scott Hemming, who will now also serve as the company’s president. Under the leadership of Totino and Hemming, Revolution acquired rights to 80 films and also produced “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” which will hit theaters.
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Revolution Studios Sells to Content Partners

Revolution Studios Sells to Content Partners
Content Partner LLC and its affiliate CP Enterprises have acquired Revolution Studios from investment funds managed by affiliates of Fortress Investment Group for an undisclosed price.

Under its new ownership, Revolution will continue to operate as a standalone business led by chief executive officer Vince Totino and chief operating officer Scott Hemming, who now also serves as president.

The Fortress companies bought Revolution in June, 2014, for an estimated $250 million. Since then, the company acquired rights to 80 additional feature films, produced “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” and secured deals to exploit the company’s library. The sale of Revolution was part of a plan to recapitalize Revolution — which had stopped film production in 2007 — and position it for growth.

Joe Roth founded Revolution in 2000 as a strategic partnership with Starz Entertainment, Sony Pictures, and 20th Century Fox. The company was never able to deliver a blockbuster hit and was better known for disappointments such as “Gigli” and “Hollywood Homicide.”
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The Weekend Warrior 10/7/16: The Girl on a Train, Birth of a Nation, Middle School, Newtown

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

This Past Weekend:

Another bad weekend where nothing really popped, which is bad news for a month at the box office where only Clint Eastwood’s Sully exceeded any expectations. Tim Burton’s new film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children came out just below my predictions with $29 million, but the Mark Wahlberg-Peter Berg disaster flick Deepwater Horizon was right around where I predicted with $20.2 million. The comedy Masterminds tanked with just $6.5 million for the weekend to end up in sixth place while Disney’s The Queen of Katwe did slightly better than predicted with $2.5 million.

The first full weekend in October has a good deal of competition from the release of the video game Mafia III to the
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Eddie Murphy: Gets Career Achievement Award at 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards

Eddie Murphy to be Honored with the “Hollywood Career Achievement Award”at the 20th Annual “Hollywood Film Awards®” James Corden Will Host Special Anniversary Ceremony on Sunday, November 6, 2016 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. dick clark productions announced today that Academy Award-nominated actor Eddie Murphy will be honored with the “Hollywood Career Achievement Award” at the 20th Annual “Hollywood Film Awards®.” From winning over audiences on “Saturday Night Live” to breaking box office records in beloved films like “Beverly Hills Cop” and “Shrek,” Murphy earns this award for his past, present, and continued success in the entertainment industry. He will next be seen in the critically-acclaimed “Mr. Church,” a drama based on the real life story of a man hired to cook for a dying woman and her young daughter. The awards ceremony, celebrating its 20th anniversary as the official launch of the awards season®, will be hosted by actor and comedian James Corden,
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Middle School: The Worst Years Of My Life Trailer Sells Young You Dreams

Based on the book by James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life is the next in the line of films featuring kids taking control of their world.

Rafe (Griffin Gluck) is heading into middle school, and he finds himself in the world of Principal Dwight (Andy Daly), who runs a tight ship, and has an overabundance of rules. Rafe and his friends put together a plan to break every rule Principal Dwight has, but he has to keep his plans, and rule-breaking, from his mom (Lauren Graham).

While this one looks like a lot of fun for younger audiences, its success probably rests on Daly’s shoulders, and he’s a great choice for the role. The “bad guy” in such a film can easily go too cartoony, and though Daly could probably aim for that if he wanted to, his work on things
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‘Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life’ Trailer: It’s Time to Break All The Rules

‘Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life’ Trailer: It’s Time to Break All The Rules
Based on the James Patterson‘s popular young adult novel, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life comes from director Steve Carr. Carr is the director behind Next Friday, Dr. Doolittle 2, Daddy Day Care, Are We Done Yet?, and, his last feature, 2009’s Paul Blart: Mall Cop. He’s directed many harmless kids movies, which is probably the best way also […]

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Matt LeBlanc’s ‘Man With a Plan’ Adds Kevin Nealon

Matt LeBlanc’s ‘Man With a Plan’ Adds Kevin Nealon
CBS’ freshman comedy “Man With a Plan” has cast Kevin Nealon as a series regular alongside star Matt LeBlanc, Variety has learned.

Nealon will play Don, older brother to LeBlanc’s Adam, and his business partner in their contracting business. The show recently recast the role of Adam’s wife, Andi, tapping Liza Snyder to replace Jenna Fischer, who exited the show after it was picked up to series.

Nealon’s notable television credits include “Saturday Night Live” and “Weeds.” His feature credits include “Anger Management,” “The Wedding Singer,” “Happy Gilmore” and “Daddy Day Care.”

Man With a Plan” hails from CBS Television Studios. Jackie Filgo, Jeff Filgo, Michael Rotenberg, Troy Zien and LeBlanc will serve as executive producers. The series premieres Monday, Oct. 24 at 8:30 p.m. on CBS.
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Todd Garner’s Broken Road Partners With Covert Media

Todd Garner’s Broken Road Partners With Covert Media
Todd Garner’s Broken Road Productions has signed a two-year first-look deal with Covert Media covering co-financing and co-production.

Broken Road’s films have included the two “Paul Blart” movies for Sony, Tom Cruise’s “Knight and Day” and New Line’s disaster thriller “Into the Storm” during its 11-year history. The company had a long-term first-look deal with Sony that expired recently.

Covert was founded in August by financing veteran Paul Hanson, who is CEO. It announced earlier this month that it was financing “Ophelia” as a new take on “Hamlet” with “Star Wars: Force Awakens” standout Daisy Ridley and Naomi Watts in final negotiations to star.

The alliance is expecting to collaborate on two to four films per year. The companies said the deal will cover a wide range of genres and budgets, reflecting the expertise of the Broken Road team, which includes Garner, Sean Robins and Jeremy Stein.
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'Middle School' Trailer Brings James Patterson's Hit Book to Life

'Middle School' Trailer Brings James Patterson's Hit Book to Life
Fans of the bestselling Ya novel Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life have a reason to celebrate today! Author James Patterson's hit novel is coming to the big screen, and we have your first look courtesy of EW. They have debuted both the trailer and a very colorful poster, which bring Rafe Khatchadorian's cruel, hilarious and life-changing adventures to life.

The cast is headed-up by by a strong ensemble of comedy favorites. Griffin Gluck is introducing the iconic literary character of Rafe to the big screen, appearing alongside Lauren Graham, Adam Pally, Rob Riggle, Efren Ramirez and Andrew Daly.The film is directed by Steve Carr, best known for his family friendly hits Dr. Dolittle 2 and Daddy Day Care.

The filmmaker was ready to take a break from family films, but the stellar script for Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life changed his mind.
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Eddie Murphy -- Gf Paige Butcher in 2nd Trimester ... of Hotness! (Photo)

  • TMZ
Eddie Murphy is in rehearsals for "Daddy Day Care," Part 9 -- and his pregnant co-star's totally ready for her close-up. Eddie and gf Paige Butcher took a stroll for java Wednesday in L.A. The couple announced they were expecting back in November ... so, we're guessing she's about 5-6 months along. This will be the ninth spawn for Murphy and her first. Her belly's bulging but you can tell, Paige is still holding on to that bikini bod.
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Revolution Teaming with Universal on Non-Feature Spinoffs, Sequels

Revolution Studios has signed a deal with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment to create non-feature productions based on properties in Revolution’s film library.

Revolution produced 46 films including “Black Hawk Down,” “Maid in Manhattan,” “Anger Management,” “Daddy Day Care,” “America’s Sweethearts,” “XXX” and “White Chicks.”

Monetary terms of the deal were not disclosed. The agreement calls for Universal 1440 Entertainment to produce and distribute sequels, prequels or other spinoffs of Revolution feature titles for non-theatrical formats worldwide.

“We have found an ideal partner in Universal 1440 Entertainment, which has had global success in creating or extending film franchises with high-quality, non-theatrical productions,” said Revolution CEO Vince Totino. “Combining Revolution’s extensive library of hit films with Universal’s skill and experience at producing and releasing original content is a win-win proposition.”

Universal 1440 Entertainment has produced installments of “American Pie,” “Bring it On,” “Curious George,” “The Scorpion King,” “Death Race,” the Chucky series and “Beethoven.
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Revolution Studios Pacts With Universal Pictures Home Entertainment To Capitalize On Library

Exclusive: Revolution Studios has entered into a multi-project agreement with Universal 1440 Entertainment, the production arm of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, to create new, non-theatrical productions based on properties in Revolution's film library. Although no project has been pegged, some of the titles in the library that 46 titles Uni could chose from are Black Hawk Down, Maid In Manhattan, Anger Management, Daddy Day Care, America's Sweethearts, XxX and Whit…
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Are you ready for Part 2? More Gladiators of the '90s: Then and now

We certainly felt the power of 10 former Gladiators yesterday, as we took a look at what some of the stars went on to after the success of ITV's '90s hit.

We were bowled over to discover that Blaze (Eunice Huthart) is a stunt double to A-listers and godmother to Angelina Jolie's daughter Shiloh, and that Rhino (Mark Smith) went on to star in Hollywood films including Ben Affleck's Oscar-winning drama Argo.

But whatever happened to the villainous Wolf or the infamous Shadow, who was dramatically sacked from the series? We haven't found many current pictures of this lot, but here's a little bit about what 9 more of our favourite former Gladiators got up to after their time on the show:

1. Scorpio (Nikki Diamond)

Contenders were subjected to the mighty sting of the speedy Scorpio. Former bodybuilder and model Nikki Diamond was an original Gladiator, but was forced
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Why Eddie Murphy is, once and for all, done

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Why Eddie Murphy is, once and for all, done
Eddie Murphy was a miracle. Today, there is an industry around the show that is designed to be a sort of star-making assembly line, and I think many of the people who have used the show as a springboard to other things deserve that success completely. But when Eddie Murphy made his debut on the show in 1980, "Saturday Night Live" wasn't even guaranteed a spot on TV for much longer. After all, the original cast was gone by that point. The new cast, including Denny Dillon, Gilbert Gottfried, Charles Rocket, Ann Risley, and Joe Piscopo, seemed like a poor replacement for the likes of Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Gilda Radner, and Bill Murray. I was a ten year old nascent comedy nerd, and for me, it was mystifying to see something that had been the absolute center of the comedy universe suddenly drop completely out of relevance. Everything about that
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