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RSVP today! TV showrunners for ‘The Boys,’ ‘The Comey Rule,’ ‘Dead to Me,’ ‘Insecure,’ ‘Little America’ join Gold Derby’s Meet the Experts series

RSVP today! TV showrunners for ‘The Boys,’ ‘The Comey Rule,’ ‘Dead to Me,’ ‘Insecure,’ ‘Little America’ join Gold Derby’s Meet the Experts series
Five top TV showrunners will reveal the secrets behind their programs when they join Gold Derby’s special “Meet the Experts” Q&a event with key 2021 guild and Emmy contenders this month. Each person will participate in two video discussions to be published on Tuesday, December 8, at 5:00 p.m. Pt; 8:00 p.m. Et. We’ll have a one-on-one with our senior editor Marcus Dixon and a group chat with Marcus and all of the producers together.

RSVP today to this specific event by clicking here to book your reservation. Or click here to RSVP for our entire ongoing panel series. We’ll send you a reminder a few minutes before the start of the show.

This “Meet the Experts” panel welcomes the following 2021 guild and Emmy contenders:

The Boys” (Amazon Prime): Eric Kripke

Kripke’s career has included such projects as “Supernatural,” “Timeless,” “The House with a Clock in Its Walls
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Everything New On Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, HBO Max And Prime This Weekend

Everything New On Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, HBO Max And Prime This Weekend
Tgif! At long last, the weekend is here, bringing with it a wide range of new content across the major streaming services. Disney Plus, in particular, dropped a whole bunch of shows and movies that are sure to appeal to all audiences, while it looks like it’ll be another busy weekend for Netflix after releasing their heavy hitter, Tom Holland’s The Devil All The Time, on Wednesday, as they’re following it up with a few big TV shows.

Take a look at the full list below to see everything that’s coming to Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, HBO Max and Amazon Prime from Friday, September 18th – Sunday, September 20th.

September 18th

Netflix

American Barbecue Showdown (Season 1)

Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare (2020)

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Season 1)

Ratched (Season 1)

Whipped (2020)

Disney Plus

Bend it Like Beckham

Coop & Cami Ask the World (s2)

Europe from Above (s1)

Ever After: A Cinderella Story
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Amazon Prime’s New Releases Coming in September 2020

Amazon Prime’s New Releases Coming in September 2020
An Oscar-winning Judy Garland biopic, Daniel Craig’s first turn as James Bond and a classic Steven Spielberg sci-fi flick will all be available to Amazon Prime subscribers this month.

Movies coming to the service in September 2020 include last year’s Judy, 2006’s Casino Royale and 1977’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind, in addition to a host of other titles.

Other films coming to the streamer include the Will Smith-Ang Lee collaboration Gemini Man (2019), the divorce drama Kramer vs. Kramer (1979), the Sex and the City movies (2008 and 2010) and last year’s animated adaptation of The Addams Family (2019). Robin ...
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Hulu in September: Here’s Everything Coming and Going

Hulu in September: Here’s Everything Coming and Going
Hulu is out with its list of everything new coming to the streaming service in the month of September — and everything that’s leaving.

Highlights in the new category include Season 2 of “Pen15,” which stars Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle as their middle school selves, out Sept. 18. Another highlight is the series premiere of “Woke,” inspired by the life and work of American cartoonist Keith Knight. That’s out Sept. 9.

Leaving at the end of the month are movies like “50 First Dates,” “A Mighty Wind,” and “Best in Show.”

See the full list below.

Sept. 1

Mike Tyson Mysteries: Complete Season 4 (Adult Swim)

Jeopardy!: Episode Refresh (ABC)

50 First Dates (2004)

Absolute Power (1997)

Aeon Flux (2005)

American Dragons (1998)

An American Haunting (2006)

Any Given Sunday (1999)

Anywhere but Here (1999)

Back to School (1986)

Bad Girls from Mars (1991)

The Bank Job (2008)

Because I Said So (2007)

The Birdcage (1997)

Broken Lizard’s Club Dread (2004)

Call Me (1988)

Carrington (1995)

The Cold Light Of Day
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One Of Will Smith’s Biggest Bombs Hits Amazon Prime Next Month

One Of Will Smith’s Biggest Bombs Hits Amazon Prime Next Month
Will Smith might no longer be regarded as the biggest star in the business, but it isn’t like the former Fresh Prince has fallen on hard times. A series of critical and commercial disappointments over the last few years had many wondering if his star was finally beginning to fade after spending more than two decades at the pinnacle of the A-list, but thanks to Suicide Squad and Aladdin, two of his three highest-grossing movies ever have been released since 2017.

Not only that, but Bad Boys For Life is still the biggest box office hit of 2020, and it could very well retain that title for the rest of the year based on how slowly the theatrical industry’s reopening plans are moving along. However, it isn’t all good news, with the 51 year-old recently headlining one of the biggest bombs of his entire career, and his fans who clearly
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Here’s What’s New on Amazon Prime in September 2020

Here’s What’s New on Amazon Prime in September 2020
Batten down the hatches because a wave of seriously great movies, TV shows, and originals are coming to Amazon Prime Video in September. If you're eager to check out the new season of The Boys or are looking to spice up your Prime Video queue with big titles like Gemini Man, Antebellum, or the 2019 Addams Family update, Amazon has got you covered. Or, perhaps you looking to reconnect with some classic, like The Graduate, Kramer vs. Kramer, or 1979's The Last House on the Left. In that case, you're also in luck because those titles and …
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Amazon Prime Announces Over 100 New Movies/TV Shows For September

Amazon Prime Announces Over 100 New Movies/TV Shows For September
We’re still a couple of weeks out from The Boys returning with its second season, but based on the footage we’ve seen so far, it certainly looks as if we’re in for another wild ride. One that may even top the first run of the show, which was one of the best things that we’d seen on television in a long time.

Of course, trying to predict how something as crazy as The Boys is going to end up is a fool’s errand, but let’s not forget that it won’t be the only new thing arriving on Amazon Prime in September. Far from it, in fact.

Earlier today, the streaming service announced their entire line-up of new titles for next month and it’s a meaty list, comprising both films and television shows. And though The Boys may be the highlight for many
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Amazon Prime Video New Releases: September 2020

Amazon Prime Video New Releases: September 2020
An election season is fast-approaching in the U.S. So for its new releases in September 2020, Amazon Prime is bringing back one of its most political shows.

The Boys season 2 premieres its first three episodes on September 4. Though the show on its face is a superhero story, viewers of season 1 will know it’s really about America’s troubling embrace of entertainment with fascism. Sounds fun and not at all terrifying right before a presidential election!

That’s not the only bleak Amazon original on the schedule for September. British TV adaptation Utopia arrives on September 25. This Gillian Flynn-produced series follows fans of a comic book who believe it predicts…world-ending pandemics. Darn it. Amazon’s only original film this month is a…documentary about voter suppression from Liz Garbus called All In: The Fight for Democracy. Yikes.

For those of us who want to relax with some ‘member berries,
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5 Musical Movies Gemini Will Love (& 5 They Will Hate)

5 Musical Movies Gemini Will Love (& 5 They Will Hate)
The Gemini sign has always been referred to as "the twins" because most people born under this sign have very two distinct sides to their personality. Most Geminis are very curious and gentle by nature and they love learning new ideas and have an incredible ability to exchange their own ideas and give other signs different perspectives.

Related: 5 Period Dramas Gemini Will Love (& 5 They Will Hate)

At the same time, Geminis can be very shy and nervous is a group setting and it takes most of Geminis a while to warm up to new social situations, but as soon as they do, they are the life of the party. Geminis love art and books and discovering new films. For Geminis looking to check out a few musicals, here are some great titles to look for, and some to avoid.
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Hulu New Releases: September 2020

Hulu New Releases: September 2020
As one of the weirder “back to school” seasons in living memory rolls out, Hulu is heading back to school in its own way for September 2020.

The biggest Hulu original arriving to the streaming services stream this month is season 2 of coming-of-age comedy Pen15…which of course stars two adults who have already come of age playing their middle school selves.

Speaking of middle school, perhaps the biggest non-original addition to the Hulu library this month is the arrival of all The Twilight Saga movies on September 1. That should prove to be a real nostalgia trip for interested parties. Other library titles of note include Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, The Terminator, and 2019’s Judy on September 25.

Bookending Hulu’s originals this month is another intriguing comedy, Woke. This series will star Lamorne Morris as a Black cartoonist who gets an unexpected wakeup call.

Here is everything else
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Hulu Announces Over 100 New Movies/TV Shows For September

Hulu Announces Over 100 New Movies/TV Shows For September
With the streaming wars really starting to heat up now thanks to all the new services that have sprung up over the past few months, it’s more important than ever for the major players to continue delivering truckloads of new content to keep subscribers happy. And thankfully, Hulu intends on doing just that.

Earlier today, the platform announced their September line-up and it’s an exciting mix of films and TV shows covering iconic classics, underrated gems, overlooked projects and true fan favorites. In fact, it’s looking like a particularly strong month compared to what we’ve seen from the streaming site over the summer so far and below, you can check out the entire list of what’s headed to Hulu in the coming weeks.

Released September 1

Mike Tyson Mysteries: Complete Season 4 (Adult Swim)

Jeopardy!: Episode Refresh (ABC)

50 First Dates (2004)

Absolute Power (1997)

Aeon Flux (2005)

American Dragons
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10 Best Paid Actors of 2020, From Jackie Chan to Dwayne Johnson (Photos)

10 Best Paid Actors of 2020, From Jackie Chan to Dwayne Johnson (Photos)
For the second year in a row, Dwayne Johnson topped Forbes’ annual list of the best paid actors. See who else made bank in 2020. In its annual calculation of Hollywood’s top earning stars, Forbes looked at the earnings between June 1, 2019, and June 1, 2020.

10. Jackie Chan — $40 million

These days, the 66-year-old martial-arts star makes the bulk of his earnings from endorsement deals, Forbes reported.

9. Adam Sandler — $41 million

The comedian earned raves for the indie “Uncut Gems” but raked in most of his money from a lucrative Netflix deal that was extended in January for four more films.

8. Will Smith — $44.5 million

The action star has had a string of box office hits in the last year, from “Aladdin” to “Gemini Man” to January’s “Bad Boys for Life.”

7. Lin-Manuel Miranda — $45.5 million

The creator and star of “Hamilton” scored big time when Disney paid $75 million for film rights to hit musical, and an
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Gal Gadot Wanted for Mysterious Spy Thriller Similar to James Bond

Gal Gadot Wanted for Mysterious Spy Thriller Similar to James Bond
Wonder Woman 1984 star Gal Gadot is reportedly in talks to headline an untitled spy movie for Skydance. Though little is currently known about the project, sources have described the material as being similar to popular action franchises Mission: Impossible and James Bond.

The Gal Gadot fronted spy movie is set to be written by iconic comic book writer Greg Rucka, who is best known for his work on Action Comics, Stumptown, Batwoman, Black Magick, Detective Comics, Lazarus, Whiteout, and Wonder Woman. He is also the creator behind the graphic novel The Old Guard, a story that was recently adapted by Rucka himself and has been a huge hit for Netflix over the last week.

Plot details are largely unknown, one source has said that it might well be a Spy vs Spy movie, however that is currently unconfirmed. If talks go well and Gal Gadot signs on, she will also produce the project for Skydance.
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5 Reality Shows Geminis Will Love (& 5 They Will Hate)

5 Reality Shows Geminis Will Love (& 5 They Will Hate)
The Gemini sign is all known as "the twins" because people born under this sign tend to have two sides to their personalities, and sometimes, those sides can be drastically different. You never know what you're going to get with the Gemini sign, if it will be Jekyll or Hyde, good or bad, but there are a few consistencies for this sign that make it pretty easy to tell when you're in the presence of someone born between May 21st and June 20th.

Related: 5 Period Dramas Geminis Will Love (& 5 They Will Hate)

Geminis are gentle and affectionate, they love music and they'll talk to just about anyone. Geminis also love entertainment, so here is a list of reality shows they may enjoy, and some they should stay away from.
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Amazon Prime’s Adding 2 Big Will Smith Movies In July

Amazon Prime’s Adding 2 Big Will Smith Movies In July
Although his star might have faded a little in recent years, and he’s fresh off headlining one of last year’s biggest box office bombs in Ang Lee’s Gemini Man, Will Smith is still one of the most popular names in the business. He might no longer be regarded as the ‘King of Summer’ where every one of his new movies was virtually guaranteed success, but Suicide Squad and Aladdin have still seen two of the three biggest hits of his entire career arrive in the last four years.

Bad Boys For Life may have marked a return to familiar territory, and the action sequel is still the highest-grossing movie of 2020 as the majority of theaters around the world remain closed, but next month sees the arrival of two of his starring roles on Amazon Prime that show the full scope of his versatility as an actor.

Smith
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Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua to unite on slavery drama ‘Emancipation’

Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua to unite on slavery drama ‘Emancipation’
Will Smith is to team up with Antoine Fuqua to tackle the slavery drama ‘Emancipation’ for Westbrook Studios and McFarland Entertainment.

The project will be based on the true story of Peter, a runaway slave forced to outwit cold-blooded hunters and the punishing Louisiana swamp on a tortuous journey to the Union Army and his only chance at freedom.

William N. Collage penned the script to the project which Smith will star in and Fuqua will take the helm.

Smith, James Lassiter and Jon Mone will produce through Westbrook Studios, along with McFarland Entertainment’s Joey McFarland and Escape Artists’ Todd Black. Fuqua will executive produce under his Fuqua Films banner, alongside Cliff Roberts.

Also in news – Viggo Mortensen and Peter Farrelly to re-unite on adaptation of ‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever: A True Story of Friendship Stronger Than War’

Smith, who was last seen in ‘Bad Boys For Life
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‘Da 5 Bloods,’ ‘The King of Staten Island,’ and ‘Becky’ Are This Week’s Blockbusters

‘Da 5 Bloods,’ ‘The King of Staten Island,’ and ‘Becky’ Are This Week’s Blockbusters
Mid-June is prime summer-movie playtime, a period that launched massive hits like “Incredibles 2” and “Jurassic World.” That’s not our world now, and the top performing films look very different: “Da 5 Bloods” on Netflix, Universal’s “The King of Staten Island” on premium VOD, and a weird little Kevin James movie like “Becky” from Quiver Distribution.

Spike Lee’s latest, one of the best-reviewed films of the year and Netflix’s first potential awards contender, is listed at not only #1 among the streamer’s movies, but also tops their overall content list. It reached that its second day out, and remained so for three days running. The durability will count: Netflix represents mass-audience tastes, similar to wide-release movies.

Pete Davidson’s semi-autobiographical “Staten Island” hit #1 at the top spots, as expected including FandangoNow and Amazon Prime, which lists by transactions. Spectrum should show up next week, while iTunes
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‘Da 5 Bloods,’ ‘The King of Staten Island,’ and ‘Becky’ Are This Week’s Blockbusters

‘Da 5 Bloods,’ ‘The King of Staten Island,’ and ‘Becky’ Are This Week’s Blockbusters
Mid-June is prime summer-movie playtime, a period that launched massive hits like “Incredibles 2” and “Jurassic World.” That’s not our world now, and the top performing films look very different: “Da 5 Bloods” on Netflix, Universal’s “The King of Staten Island” on premium VOD, and a weird little Kevin James movie like “Becky” from Quiver Distribution.

Spike Lee’s latest, one of the best-reviewed films of the year and Netflix’s first potential awards contender, is listed at not only #1 among the streamer’s movies, but also tops their overall content list. It reached that its second day out, and remained so for three days running. The durability will count: Netflix represents mass-audience tastes, similar to wide-release movies.

Pete Davidson’s semi-autobiographical “Staten Island” hit #1 at the top spots, as expected including FandangoNow and Amazon Prime, which lists by transactions. Spectrum should show up next week, while iTunes
See full article at Indiewire »

Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua Team on Runaway Slave Thriller ‘Emancipation’

Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua Team on Runaway Slave Thriller ‘Emancipation’
Will Smith will star in the thriller “Emancipation,” which will be directed by Antoine Fuqua, sources tell Variety.

William N. Collage penned the script, based on the true story of Peter, a runaway slave forced to outwit cold-blooded hunters and the punishing Louisiana swamp on a tortuous journey to the Union Army and his only chance at freedom.

Production is expected to start early in 2021.

Smith, James Lassiter and Jon Mone will produce “Emancipation” through Westbrook Studios, along with McFarland Entertainment’s Joey McFarland and Escape Artists’ Todd Black. Fuqua will executive produce under his Fuqua Films banner, alongside Cliff Roberts.

CAA Media Finance, which arranged the financing for the film, represents U.S. rights; Film Nation Entertainment represents international sales. The movie will also be introduced to buyers at the upcoming virtual Cannes market.

Both Smith and Fuqua were in the middle of productions that were halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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5 Comedy Movies Gemini Will Love (& 5 They Will Hate)

5 Comedy Movies Gemini Will Love (& 5 They Will Hate)
Out of all the signs in the Zodiac, the Geminis are the hardest to read and understand. One the one hand they are energetic, emotional, always looking for the next thrill, but on the other hand, they can also get serious and closed off from the rest of the world.

Related: 10 Best Gemini Antagonists In Movies

When it comes to movies and the comedy genre, their approach is much of the same as their characteristics. They like a movie that's just as well made as funny, something that isn't solely a gut-busting funny movie. Let's look at some comedies Geminis will love and some the might choose to skip.
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