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New Charlie's Angels Photo Features Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska

We’ve got a new photo here to share with you from the set of director Elizabeth Banks’ upcoming reboot of Charlie’s Angels.

The photo features Kristen Stewart (Twilight), Naomi Scott (Aladdin), and newcomer Ella Balinska as the three lead characters. They will be joined in the film by Patrick Stewart and Djimon Hounsou who have been cast in the role of different Bosleys. Other cast members include Sam Claflin (Me Before You), Noah Centineo (The Fosters), Nat Faxon, and Jonathan Tucker.

All we really know about the film so far comes from this previously released synopsis:

Since the original films, The Townsend Agency has grown considerably and gone global, providing security and intelligence services to a wide variety of private clients with offices and highly-trained teams worldwide. This film focuses on one of those teams.

Here’s the photo:

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‘The Public’ Trailer: Alec Baldwin, Christian Slater & Taylor Schilling Star In Library Thriller

Emilio Estevez is back on the big screen for the first time since his 2010 film “The Way” hit theaters. This time, however, he’s back in the library (but it’s not for Saturday detention) in “The Public.” Shot at Cincinnati’s main library branch, “The Public” follows a group of homeless patrons during a wicked cold front who decide to stay at the library for shelter.

Continue reading ‘The Public’ Trailer: Alec Baldwin, Christian Slater & Taylor Schilling Star In Library Thriller at The Playlist.
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Trailer Drops For Emilio Estevez’s Next Directorial Outing “The Public”

Yesterday, a Trailer hit for a film I’d been curious about for a while. It’s called The Public, which marks the latest writing and directing project for Emilio Estevez. His previous outings have been some of the more underrated flicks of the past handful of years, so his was something I’d had my eye on. In fact, just this week I actually got to see it as well, scratching that particular itch. More on that another time, but this Trailer is one worth sharing. You’ll be able to see it at the bottom of this post, but first…some discussion is in order, of course. The movie is a drama centering on a standoff between the homeless and the police, within the walls of a library. The extensive plot description from IMDb is as follows: “In “the public” an unusually bitter Arctic blast has made its
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Ariana Grande Is Heading Back to Number One and She’s Bringing ‘NSync With Her

Ariana Grande Is Heading Back to Number One and She’s Bringing ‘NSync With Her
Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next album is all but guaranteed to debut at Number One. When it does, it will be another in a long string of commercial slam-dunks for Grande.

More surprising, the album’s success also represents a return to the charts for ‘NSync and Wendy Rene. That’s because “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” interpolates a verse from ‘NSync’s jittery “It Makes Me Ill,” while “Fake Smile” borrows from Rene’s “After Laughter (Comes Tears),” a Sixties soul record that has been
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Elizabeth Banks Shares Exclusive First Look Photo of Charlie's Angels

Here’s a fun new photo Elizabeth Banks shared on her twitter account from the set of her new reboot of Charlie’s Angels. Banks is serving as director, as well as co-starring in the role of Bosley. We don’t have any story details yet, but we know things are a little different this time around, as Patrick Stewart and Djimon Hounsou have also been cast in the role of Bosley. Kristen Stewart (Twilight), Naomi Scott (Aladdin (2019)), and newcomer Ella Balinska star as the angels, and other cast members include Sam Claflin (Me Before You), Noah Centineo (The Fosters), Nat Faxon, and Jonathan Tucker.

Since the original films, The Townsend Agency has grown considerably and gone global, providing security and intelligence services to a wide variety of private clients with offices and highly-trained teams worldwide. This film focuses on one of those teams.

Here’s the photo that was posted:

#Bts @CharliesAngels on set.
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Sam Rockwell, Octavia Spencer, and Allison Janney Join Cast of Action-Comedy The Heart

We have some fun casting news today for a new action-comedy film called The Heart. According to THR, Sam Rockwell and Octavia Spencer are set to star as Joe and Lucy, “a couple who, while desperate for cash, agree to take the job of delivering a human heart from New York to Florida in 24 hours. When they realize that their delivery is destined for a black-market buyer who illegally skipped the donor list, they try to reroute the heart to its rightful recipient, only to be hunted down by insane criminals.” Allison Janney will play Spencer’s ex-boss who is one of the criminals after the couple.

The Heart will be written and directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, who were the duo that debuted their writing and directing skills with the hit coming-of-age classic The Way, Way Back that also starred Rockwell and Janney.

This sounds like a
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Pete Shelley Dies: Punk/Pop Musician And Film/TV Soundtrack Stalwart Was 63

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Pete Shelley Dies: Punk/Pop Musician And Film/TV Soundtrack Stalwart Was 63
Pete Shelley, singer and guitarist for influential British punk and power pop pioneers the Buzzcocks, has died. He was 63 and passed away today in Estonia from a suspected heart attack, according to news accounts.

A spokesperson for the Buzzcocks confirmed the death with Deadline’s sister publication, Rolling Stone.

“It’s with great sadness that we confirm the death of Pete Shelley, one of the UK’s most influential and prolific songwriters and co-founder of the seminal original punk band Buzzcocks,” the spokesperson said. “Pete’s music has inspired generations of musicians over a career that spanned five decades and with his band and as a solo artist, he was held in the highest regard by the music industry and by his fans around the world.”

Shelley was born on April 17, 1955 as Peter Campbell McNeish in the British town of Leigh.

Formed in 1975 and taking the band name from the headline,
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Buzzcocks Singer Pete Shelley Dead at 63

Buzzcocks Singer Pete Shelley Dead at 63
Pete Shelley, the singer and guitarist for the trailblazing British punk outfit the Buzzcocks, died Thursday at the age of 63. The cause of death was a suspected heart attack, according to the BBC. A spokesperson for the Buzzcocks confirmed Shelley’s death to Rolling Stone.

“It’s with great sadness that we confirm the death of Pete Shelley, one of the UK’s most influential and prolific songwriters and co-founder of the seminal original punk band Buzzcocks,” the spokesperson said. “Pete’s music has inspired generations of musicians over a
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Hear Our Rundown of the 98 Best Songs of 1998

Rob Sheffield recently stopped by our SiriusXM studio to break down his definitive list of the 98 best songs of 1998 on the Rolling Stone Music Now podcast. To check out the full episode, press play below or download and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Sheffield explained why he left off Britney Spears’ “…Baby One More Time” (it had its biggest impact in 1999), how he skipped Fastball’s “The Way” (it almost made it) and described the thinking behind his selection of Harvey Danger’s “Flagpole Sitta” as number one: “It felt
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UK's Parkland picks up Emilio Estevez's 'The Public' (exclusive)

UK's Parkland picks up Emilio Estevez's 'The Public' (exclusive)
New distribution outfit picked up Trautmann earlier this week.

After announcing its pick-up of Trautmann at the start of the week, new distribution outfit Parkland Entertainment has acquired Emilio Estevez’s The Public for the UK.

The film, which is being sold at Afm by the Capstone Group, has an ensemble cast that includes Estevez, Alec Baldwin, Jena Malone, Taylor Schilling, Christian Slater, Che “Rhymefest” Smith, Gabrielle Union, Jacob Vargas, Michael K Williams and Jeffrey Wright. The deal was negotiated by Tom Stewart, Acquisitions Director of Parkland Entertainment and Pia Patatian, VP, Sales at Capstone Group.

In The Public, which premiered at Toronto,
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Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus Will Lead Nat Faxon and Jim Rash’s ‘Force Majeure’ Remake

While Ruben Östlund reached newfound acclaim thanks to a Palme d’Or win for The Square, it was his prior film, Force Majeure, in which he landed on our radars. A rigorously assured exploration of the responsibility found in marriage, it’s deeply funny and smartly observed, with performances that rely on acute gestures and movements to convey things some films take an entire runtime to explore. It was inevitable an American remake would be in the works and after an initial announcement back in 2015, things are finally moving forward.

With Julia Louis-Dreyfus still attached, Will Ferrell has come on board the Fox Searchlight production, which is now titled Downhill, Deadline reports. The Oscar-winning duo of Nat Faxon and Jim Rash will direct the film as scripted by Jesse Armstrong (Four Lions), which “will chart how a narrow avalanche escape during a ski vacation in the Alps throws a seemingly
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High Octane Pictures Acquires U.S. Rights to Sci-Fi Family Film ‘The Bobot’ (Exclusive)

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California-based High Octane Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Ukrainian sci-fi family film “The Bobot” from LevelK.

High Octane Pictures (Hop) is planning to release the film during the second quarter of 2019.

“The Bobot, ” which has been described as the first Ukrainian sci-fi action-adventure film for family audiences, takes place in a near future and follows a 12-year-old dreamer, Vlad, who gets caught in a conflict between two alien forces. Forced to overcome his fears, Vlad joins forces with Bobot, an electric transformer box, to prevent a global disaster.

Like most science fiction films, “The Bobot” raises various issues such as the impact of technological progress on the environment.

“‘The Bobot’ is nothing short of incredible. This is a film we’ve been tracking since we first heard of its development and could not be happier to be working with the wonderful team over at LevelK in addition to
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Blumhouse TV Expands Production, Development & Business Affairs Teams With Five Exec Hires

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Blumhouse Television has expanded its production, development and business affairs teams, adding five new positions to accommodate its growing slate. With 15 projects in various stages of production, the company has hired Lisa Niedenthal as Executive Vice President of Production, Tevin Adelman as VP of Production, and Alexandra Perez as Manager of Production. Niedenthal will oversee productions across all scripted and non-scripted programming. In addition, Anne Pedersen joins as Senior Vice President of Business Affairs. The development team also added Kyle Chalmers as VP of Development and Original Programming and promoted Sahar Vahedi to Director of Development.

“2018 has been an incredible year for us, with series launches on HBO, Facebook Watch, USA Network, Hulu and Netflix and award-winning documentaries at the Sundance and Tribeca Film Festivals, plus docuseries in production at FX, Sundance and Oxygen, so staffing up has been a priority,” said Marci Wiseman co-president Blumhouse Television. “We have been
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Review: Will Oldham Flips Through His Backpages on ‘Songs of Love and Horror’

This unplugged set is the audio companion to Oldham’s new book of the same name – a compendium of lyrics to over 200 songs he’s written for Palace Brothers, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and other recording projects over the past 25 years. If he’s not a household name, he’s an indie rock icon and touchstone for 21st century folkies of a certain slant; he’s covered by Johnny Cash, written for soul vet Candi Staton, collaborated with Bjork, and sung backup with numerous top-shelf singer-songwriters. And like other song-poet heavyweights,
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Steve Carell movies: 14 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Beautiful Boy,’ ‘Foxcatcher,’ ’40-Year-Old Virgin’

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Steve Carell movies: 14 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Beautiful Boy,’ ‘Foxcatcher,’ ’40-Year-Old Virgin’
Steve Carell is back in the Oscar race with “Beautiful Boy” for fall of 2018. Based on a pair of bestselling memoirs, it tells the harrowing true story of David Sheff‘s (Carell) desperate attempts to help his drug-addicted son, Nic (Timothee Chalamet). How does this performance fit in with the rest of the actor’s output? Let’s take a look back at 14 of his greatest films, ranked worst to best.

Carell first came to prominence as a correspondent on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” appearing as a regular cast member from 1999 to 2005. He left the nightly news satire to play bumbling boss Michael Scott in “The Office,” a role which brought him six Emmy nominations as Best Comedy Actor and a Golden Globe win in 2006.

After supporting roles in such films as “Bruce Almighty” (2003), “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” (2004), “Melinda and Melinda” (2004), and “Bewitched” (2005), Carell moved into
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Ariana Grande Breaks Silence on Mac Miller's Death

Ariana Grande Breaks Silence on Mac Miller's Death
Ariana Grande has broken her silence about the death of her ex Mac Miller, saying in a touching social media post that he was the "kindest, sweetest soul with demons he never deserved." The rapper, whose real name is Malcolm McCormick, was found dead in his Los Angeles home last week after suffering an apparent overdose. He was 26. He and Grande, 25, had collaborated on the 2013 song "The Way" together and dated for at least a year and a half until they broke up earlier this year. On Friday, Grande posted on her Instagram page a video she filmed of her then-beau at dinner. He is all smiles. "i adored you from the day i met you when i was...
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Ariana Grande Shares Personal Photo of Mac Miller Following His Death

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Ariana Grande is paying tribute to ex-boyfriend Mac Miller after his death. The 26-year-old rapper passed away on Sept. 7 after a reported overdose in his California home. Ariana joins the many celebrities who have come forward to mourn this sudden loss, and shared a photo of Mac to her Instagram account. She and Mac dated from August 2016 to May 2018, and collaborated on songs such as "The Way" and "My Part."

Despite their split in the Spring and her engagement to Pete Davidson, Ariana still called Mac one of her "best friends" and expressed "unconditional love" for him. After reports of his death surfaced, Ariana limited comments on her Instagram account and they remain disabled on the photo shared on Sept. 8. We wish her peace in what must be a very difficult time.
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Ariana Grande’s ‘Sweetener’ Proves That Trap Is the New Pop

Ariana Grande’s ‘Sweetener’ Proves That Trap Is the New Pop
Like nearly every modern pop star, Ariana Grande has flitted from genre to genre over the course of her career, easily collapsing the distance between the steroidal Edm of “Break Free” and the relaxed reggae of “Side to Side,” the clipped Eighties pop of “Love Me Harder” and the storming house of “Into You,” the hip-hop soul of “The Way” and the retro-soul of “Dangerous Woman.”

But with her new album Sweetener, she set her sights on conquering trap, the Southern hip-hop variant defined by sludgy, savage basslines and jittery swarms of drum programming.
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Movie Review – Down a Dark Hall (2018)

Down a Dark Hall, 2018.

Directed by Rodrigo Cortés.

Starring AnnaSophia Robb, Uma Thurman, Isabelle Fuhrman, Victoria Moroles, Noah Silver, Taylor Russell, and Rosie Day.

Synopsis:

Kit Gordy, a new student at the exclusive Blackwood Boarding School, confronts the institution’s supernatural occurrences and dark powers of its headmistress.

A “Young Adult” horror fantasy billing Uma Thurman, featuring famous classical ghosts, isolated inside an all-girls “gifted” school? Why is Rodrigo Cortés’ Down a Dark Hall getting buried *so* hard? It’s admittedly generic and skimps on vicious horror elements, but still, this seems like some prime marketable teeny-bopper content. Lois Duncan’s 1974 book lays the groundwork for an adaptation that turns scenes like pages through Cortés’ Victorian haunted house. With one single theater location in all of New York City, looks like a VOD watch for most of you – if what’s laid down in the paragraphs that follow is your eerie,
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Song You Need to Know: Esnavi, ‘The Way’

Radio’s reluctance to take a chance on unknown, independent acts is almost cliche at this point: The airwaves are dominated by a few major-label records that are played into the ground. But along comes Esnavi, whose independently-released “The Way” is getting played by two brave R&B stations, Wbls in New York and Wakb in Augusta, Georgia.

Esnavi is in possession of a cool, generous voice and a keen grasp of southern soul tradition, and “The Way” demonstrates the enduring pleasure of old standbys. The drummer taps out a
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