Safe Haven (I) (2013)
The streaming giant will begin the month by removing the “Jaws” series, as well as newer flicks like “First Response.”
Christopher Nolan’s critically-acclaimed “Memento” will leave before the month comes to a close, along with Disney hits like “The Santa Clause” trilogy and “Zootopia.”
TV shows on the chopping block include the short-lived A&E crime drama “Breakout Kings,” as well as the first seven seasons of “Archer” and the first two seasons of “The Carmichael Show.”
Check out the full list of titles leaving Netflix below:
A Gang Story
Baby’s Day Out
FernGully: The Last Rainforest
Forget and Forgive
Jaws: The Revenge
Less Than Zero
Slums of Beverly Hills
The Panic in Needle Park
Hough's first acting role was an uncredited role in the 2001 feature film "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", as a 'dancer' in the 2010 musical feature "Burlesque", as 'Ariel Moore' in the 2011 remake of Paramount's "Footloose", as 'Sherrie Christian' in the 2012 film adaptation of the Broadway musical "Rock of Ages", starred in the 2012 romantiv drama "Safe Haven" and as
'Lamb Mannerhelm' in the 2013 feature "Paradise".
Other films include "Curve" (2015) and "Dirty Grandpa" (2016).
Hough also portrayed 'Sandy Young' for the Fox live TV presentation of the musical "Grease", January 2016.
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A very happy birthday! Dancing With the Stars judge Julianne Hough celebrated her birthday by sharing a sexy topless photo of herself while honeymooning in the Seychelles with her husband, Brooks Laich, on Thursday, July 20.
In the stunning beachfront snap, Hough, 29, poses topless with her back to the camera as she leads Laich, 34, and shows off her diamond ring.
“Birthday Girl in my Birthday Suit!
The 28-year-old Dancing With the Stars alum is currently living it up with her best gal pals on a long weekend getaway.
Watch: Exclusive: Julianne Hough Has Set a Wedding Date, Dishes On Her Ideal Nuptials
Bestie Nina Dobrev shared several pics from the soiree on her Snapchat and Instagram accounts. In one photo, the bride-to-be is rocking a white bikini and veil with a pink “Bachelorette” sash.
Dobrev also posted a shot of 17 cocktails lined up on a bar, along with 15 tequila shots with lime.
“Let the games begin,” she captioned the pic using a purple devil emoji.
She also snapped a selfie with the woman of the hour, who flashed her giant diamond engagement ring.
Dobrev also shared a selfie with friend Kristy Sowin, who was a crew
Josh Duhamel, Jimmi Simpson and Bokeem Woodbine will all star as detectives who were integral in the cases surrounding the highly-publicized murders, Variety has learned.
“Unsolved” will chronicle the two major police investigations into the separate murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. The series is based on the experiences of former Lapd Detective Greg Kading, who led multiple law-enforcement task forces investigating the murders.
Duhamel will star as Detective Greg Kading. Best known for “Transformers,” Duhamel has been courting a few broadcast pilot offers this season. His other film credits include “Safe Haven” “You’re Not You” and “New Year’s Eve.” He also starred on the NBC crime drama “Las Vegas,” and recently recurred on Hulu’s “11.22.63.” He is repped by ICM Partners, John
This Past Weekend:
As per my Thursday update, M. Night Shyamalan’s thriller Split ended up winning the weekend but with way more than anyone, including myself, predicted, with more than $40 million for its opening weekend. That’s pretty impressive, and his first movie to open at that level since 2010’s The Last Airbender. Meanwhile, Vin Diesel’s sequel xXx: The Return of Xander Cage ended up making around where I predicted, taking second place with $20.1 million, not a great sign for the continuation of that franchise. Michael Keaton’s The Founder ended up right around where I predicted with $3.4 million, ending up just outside the Top 10. Hidden Figures, La La Land and Sing continued to do well with minimal drop-offs.
That may not sound like much. But consider this: No female composer has been nominated for an original-score Oscar in the past 15 years, and only four women have been nominated in the entire 81-year history of the category. Two have won: British composers Rachel Portman, for “Emma,” and Anne Dudley, for “The Full Monty.”
“Rainbow Time,” scored by Heather McIntosh, opened Nov. 4. “Elle,” with music by Dudley, opened Nov. 16; “Manchester by the Sea,” with music by Canadian composer Lesley Barber, opened Nov. 18; and “Jackie,” with music by English composer Mica Levi, was released Dec. 2.
“What films you get to work on is a roll of the dice,
Britney was cast in “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” alongside future ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake and rival Christina Aguilera. But before that, she was a child champion on “Star Search” (watch video).
She would go on to star in “Crossroads.”
Like Spears, Justin competed on “Star Search” (as Justin Randall) but lost in his first head-to-head. He would become one of many stars to break out from Disney’s reboot of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” (watch video).
He would go on to star in “The Social Network,” “Friends With Benefits,” and “Trolls.”
Aguilera’s powerhouse vocals were evident even when she was a young girl. She starred alongside Spears and Timberlake in the final two seasons of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” (watch video).
She would go on to star in “Burlesque” and “The Voice.”
Gosling sang and danced in choreographed routines and coordinating outfits alongside J.C. Chasez and
Hough will appear in the ninth episode of the current season. She will play Miss Bloom, a young, beautiful and enthusiastic new choir teacher who’s excited to teach all of the new choir students, including Jj (Micah Fowler).
The guest gig is an extension of Hough’s relationship with ABC, as she’s a current judge and pro-dancer alum on the network’s “Dancing With The Stars.” Aside from “DWTS,” Hough recently wowed as Sandy in Fox’s “Grease: Live!” Her acting creds include films “Footloose” and “Safe Haven,” and “Speechless” marks the first television acting gig for the Emmy-winning choreographer.
“Speechless” is one of the top new series for the 2016-17 TV season, landing an early full-season pickup of 22 episodes. The comedy stars Minnie Driver as the mother of a family of five, including
Fields, who could not be reached for comment, was given a letter of termination on Sept. 8.
Relativity announced it had hired Fields on April 27, two weeks after the mini-studio emerged from bankruptcy protection. Prior to then, Fields had served as a consultant at Sony Pictures and had worked with Relativity on its movies “Limitless,” “Safe Haven,” and “21 & Over.”
Fields was assigned oversight of business affairs, physical production, and post-production, reporting to Relativity chairman Ryan Kavanaugh. Kevin Spacey’s producing partner Dana Brunetti was officially named co-president of production in March with oversight over the creative operations as Spacey opted out of previously announced plans to assume the post.
Fields’ producing and executive producing credits include “Donnie Darko,” “Sixteen Candles,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “The Breakfast Club,
Under the deal, announced Friday at the Toronto Film Festival, Tooley will develop premium films to be co-financed and produced with eOne, while eOne exclusively manages distribution rights to Tooley projects in the U.K., Canada, Australia/New Zealand, Benelux, and Spain.
Additionally, as part of eOne’s partnership with Sierra Pictures, Sierra/Affinity will manage the international sales and servicing of films produced under the relationship outside of the territories where eOne directly distributes.
“We are delighted to be working with Tucker, whose deep industry relationships and creative instincts make him a standout partner for us,” said Steve Bertram of Entertainment One. “We are very excited to join forces to develop, finance, and produce films with strong global appeal.”
Current Tooley Prods.’ projects include “6 Below,
Both Hough siblings took a hiatus last season, and did not appear on Season 22.
While ABC has not announced the judges for Season 23 yet, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman were on the panel last season, and even with Julianne coming back, sources say there has been no talk of any of them departing. (The foursome judged together for two previous seasons.)
ABC declined to comment on the Hough’s return, and any other casting buzz.
Julianne got her start on “Dancing with the Stars” as a pro dancer in Season 4 during which she became the show’s youngest winner. She continued as a dancer through Season 8 and departed before the ninth season, before
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