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'Black Widow,' 'West Side Story' shift to 2021 as Hollywood's COVID struggles continue 

 

The good news is Marvel superhero fans can look forward to three movies in 2021. The bad news: No "Black Widow" anytime soon.

Thanks to the nation and film industry's continuing struggles with COVID-19, Disney has shifted its movie-release calendar again, most notably kicking Scarlett Johansson's solo "Black Widow" movie from a planned Nov. 6 release to May 7, 2021.

There's quite a bit of movement overall in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Angelina Jole-led "Eternals" is being delayed from Feb. 12 to Nov. 5, 2021, while "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," starring Simu Liu as the Marvel martial-arts master, moves two months, from May 7, 2021, to July 9.

'Black Widow,' 'West Side Story' shift to 2021 as Hollywood's COVID struggles continue

In other words we shall see them before we retire or die and we may have to resort to "street art" to repay the debt. If this means more narcissistic starving artists auditioning in front of my window, I'm out. 23-Sep-2020

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Cancellation, Entertainment, Fail, Hollywood, Reality, Release, Threat

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23-Sep-2020


The 2020 Emmy Awards Were the Least-Watched Ever 

 

Oh, Schitt: The TV audience for Sunday night’s virtual Emmy Awards fell to 6.1 million viewers, easily making it the least-watched in Nielsen ratings history. Despite some really good reviews, the Jimmy Kimmel–hosted event managed to drop about 13 percent below the low-water mark set by last year’s hostless Emmys, which averaged 7 million same-day viewers on Fox, according to Nielsen. Ratings for awards shows have been trending way down in recent years, along with everything else on traditional TV, but the 2020 Emmys also had to contend with unprecedented sports competition.

It’s worth keeping in mind that in addition to the historic trends (i.e., Netflix) bringing down ratings for linear TV nearly across the board, the Emmys have become increasingly disconnected from the shows people who watch broadcast TV are most into. Not a single broadcast network TV show was honored last night, with most of the awards going to a basic cable comedy a lot of people watched via Netflix (Pop TV’s Schitt’s Creek) and a pay-cable drama (HBO’s Succession.) As Crupi also noted last night, before today’s ratings came in, “Given that the broadcast now functions as a three-hour infomercial for the streaming services and premium cable networks that are gobbling network TV’s lunch, it’s probably for the best that relatively few people are watching.”

The 2020 Emmy Awards Were the Least-Watched Ever

Tags: Award, Cancellation, Celebration, Entertainment, Fail, Hollywood, Outdated, TV

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22-Sep-2020


Sharon Stone: It’s a ‘big, fat, stupid lie’ if anyone says looks don’t matter 

 

Sharon Stone says that looks matter.

“You don’t even realize how much [looks] matter until they start to go,” Stone, who stars in the new Netflix drama “Ratched,” a prequel to “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” told the Telegraph in a newly released interview.

It’s a “big, fat stupid lie if anyone says that they don’t,” the Beverly Hills resident says.

She recalled one director who, “asked me to sit on his lap every day to receive direction.” Stone also remembered a male actor in the cast of the 1984 film “Irreconcilable Differences,” who once yelled in reference to her on a crowded set, “‘Would you get out of the fucking way? I can’t even see her tits!”

Sharon Stone: It’s a ‘big, fat, stupid lie’ if anyone says looks don’t matter

Tags: Beauty, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, History, Hollywood, Sex, Women

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13-Sep-2020


This is who fans want to replace Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther 

 

News that Chadwick Boseman died after battling cancer for four years shocked the world a couple of weeks ago. Few people knew the actor had been fighting the terrible illness even as he was shooting some of his most iconic movies, Black Panther among them. A report a few days ago said that Boseman was hopeful he would get better, and he would have started preparing for Black Panther 2 this month. The sequel is not officially included in Phase 4, as Marvel announced Black Panther 2 separately with an initial release date of May 6th, 2022. Factors like the novel coronavirus pandemic and the untimely death of Boseman might force Disney to delay the film and give it more time to deal with the loss. Marvel has a few options at its disposal, but it’s too early to address the matter publicly. Fans, however, already think they know how Black Panther 2 should proceed.

One of the obvious choices would be to recast a different actor as T’Challa/Black Panther. But it’s unlikely that fans would appreciate such a move. It would also be incredibly difficult for a different actor to accept the role. Boseman is T’Challa, and his Black Panther should be honored by not giving the part to a different actor, even if Boseman’s passing causes issues for Marvel’s plans. The character was also supposedly going to appear in other crossovers in the future, not just the Black Panther sequel.

This is who fans want to replace Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther

Tags: Celebrity, Challenge, Fans, Film, Film Trivia, Hollywood, Replacement

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13-Sep-2020


What If Christopher Nolan Movies Are Actually Crap? 

 

After the 2017 release of Dunkirk, you might have been lulled into the belief that Christopher Nolan was heading towards his peak—the final push up a quarter pipe before he launched into pure genius.

Sadly, you were wrong.

This much is crystal clear just three minutes into his much-anticipated new release, Tenet. The movie is Nolan’s least intelligible film, quickly disintegrating into an incredibly convoluted story that is as difficult to follow as it is to enjoy.

What If Christopher Nolan Movies Are Actually Crap?

Tags: Art, Celebrity, Film, Film Trivia, History, Hollywood, Questionable, Talent

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09-Sep-2020


Oscar for wokeness: Anger in Hollywood as it is announced films will have to meet 'representation and inclusion' requirements if they are eligible to win Best Picture 

 

Film stars raged at 'Woke Hollywood' last night after the Oscars announced that movies will have to meet diversity targets to be eligible to win Best Picture from 2024.

The Academy Awards shake-up means films hoping to win the top prize will have to hire more black, female, LGBT or disabled cast and crew or address themes that affect those communities.

The move comes after months of race protests in the US and years of pressure from activists who have called for a boycott of the glitzy event.

'The new RULES to qualify for Best Picture are dictatorial... anti-artist... Hollywood you're swinging so far left you're bumping into your own ass.'

Fellow actor Nick Searcy said: 'The Oscars used to be, just like the movies, something we all shared.

'Woke Hollywood turned it all into a weapon they could use against anyone who disagreed with their politics. This is how Hollywood destroyed itself, like the NBA, NFL and MLB just did.'

Film blogger Sasha Stone said: 'If the Academy inclusion mandate makes marginalized people feel they have a better chance getting employed I think that's a success.

'But I don't like that productions will be disqualified if they don't meet the demands. Just not the purpose of the Oscars.'

Oscar for wokeness

Tags: Activism, Art, Award, Backlash, Disinheritance, Employment, Enforcement, Entertainment, Fear, Hollywood, Policy, Termination, Weird

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09-Sep-2020


Jeff Lewis From Bravo's 'Flipping Out' Shares a Meme of Gage Edward Taking Custody of Their Child 

 

Gage Edward wanted to change their daughter’s last name

Lewis was mocking the lawsuit Edward filed against Lewis in February about their daughter’s name. He wanted to change her legal name from Monroe Christine Lewis to Monroe Christine Edward Lewis, Bravo’s The Daily Dish reports.

“[Gage and his lawyer] did file a request for order, which means that we now have a hearing date,” Lewis said on his radio show. “And they put in all their requests, like I want 50 percent and I want child support and all that.”

Lewis thinks Edward is ‘punishing him’

Lewis also believes Edward’s actions are financially motivated. “I believe it’s about money, but I also believe it’s about punishing me,” he said. “I think it’s about hurting me, it’s about punishing me. He knows how much I love Monroe. He knows that he’s wrecking me. I think that it really has nothing to do with her best interest, nothing. I think it’s about punishing me, I think it’s about wrecking me, and I think it’s about profiting.”

Jeff Lewis From Bravo's 'Flipping Out' Shares a Meme of Gage Edward Taking Custody of Their Child

Steve Bing disinherited his two kids Damian Hurley and Kira Kerkorian in his will, as his daughter fights for control of his estate which is valued at just $337K - after Hollywood producer jumped to his death from his 27th floor apartment

South Carolina daycare worker, 24, is fired after surveillance video shows her breaking up a scuffle by SLAPPING a child, 5, and throwing him to the ground twice

Meryl Streep’s nephew charged in alleged Hamptons road rage incident

Tags: $, Attack, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Court, Disinheritance, Employment, Environment, Gay, Hate, Hollywood, Injury, LGBTQ, Parental Crime, Punishment, Relationships, Safety, Suicide, Unruly Child, Video, Youth

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28-Aug-2020


Rose McGowan accuses director Alexander Payne of sexual misconduct 

 

Rose McGowan accused director Alexander Payne of sexual misconduct in a series of tweets posted yesterday (August 17).

The actor and whistleblower made allegations of an incident that occurred when McGowan was 15 years old.

“Alexander Payne,” she tweeted. “You sat me down & played a soft-core porn movie you directed for Showtime under a different name. I still remember your apartment in Silverlake. You are very well-endowed. You left me on a street corner afterwards. I was 15.”

Rose McGowan accuses director Alexander Payne of sexual misconduct

Mark Kozelek Denies Sexual Misconduct Accusations: ‘False Allegations and Innuendo’

Rape and murder of 13-year-old girl raises familiar public outcry in India

Cuba Gooding Jr. Accused of Rape in New Civil Lawsuit

'Would you mind giving it a crack?' Bill Clinton leans back and smiles while receiving neck massage from Epstein victim, 22, in never-before-seen photos during trip on pedophile's plane to Africa in 2002

'I thought he was on that show Hoarders.' Inside porn star Ron Jeremy's filthy, cockroach-infested LA apartment, where woman claims accused serial rapist tried to grope her and was enraged when she gave him the slip

16-year-old girl allegedly gang-raped by 30 men in Israel hotel

Harnett Co. man held on $3M bond for sex crimes involving minor

Fayetteville woman charged with human trafficking, promoting prostitution

Tags: Abuse, Accusation, Celebrity, Children, Clean, Denial, Drugs, History, Hollywood, Minors, Misconduct, Murder, Music, Politics, Porn, Rape, Sex, Sex Worker, Sexual Abuse, Slavery, Violence, World, Youth

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21-Aug-2020


HBO Max puts a trigger warning on Western spoof Blazing Saddles and advises viewers of the 'racist language and attitudes' in the 1974 classic 

 

HBO Max have begun showing a warning before the classic Western spoof Blazing Saddles, alerting viewers to the 1974 film's 'racist language and attitudes' throughout.

'This movie is an overt and audacious spoof on classic Westerns,' Stewart says in the newly added intro.

'It's as provocative today as it was when it premiered back in 1974.'

Richard Pryor initially was up for Little's role, but was turned down for his controversial stand-up material. The comedian, however, stayed on board and contributed to the writing.

The situation is similar to that of Gone With The Wind, which was pulled from HBO Max not long after the streaming service was introduced, due to outcry over its outdated and racist story and themes.

HBO Max puts a trigger warning on Western spoof Blazing Saddles and advises viewers of the 'racist language and attitudes' in the 1974 classic

Tags: Art Deletion, Controversy, Cultural, Education, Entertainment, Film, History, Hollywood, Overreaction, Racial Tension

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14-Aug-2020


Sasha Grey: Why Hollywood Was Way Creepier Than Porn 

 

I’ve done a lot of reporting on abuse both within Hollywood and the adult industry, and I’m curious: Which did you find to be worse?

Hollywood. Can’t lie. I had far worse experiences in terms of sexual harassment there than I ever did in the adult industry. In the adult industry, I feel like the majority of the negative things I experienced were more ageism-related and manipulating me into thinking I was worth less than I was financially—as salespeople do.

Sasha Grey: Why Hollywood Was Way Creepier Than Porn

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, History, Hollywood, Interview, Porn, Sex, Women In Charge

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06-Aug-2020


Kindergarten Cop is CANCELED: Schwarzenegger's 1990 comedy is pulled from film festival for 'romanticizing over-policing children' and is compared to Birth Of A Nation 

 

The comedy film Kindergarten Cop has been pulled from a film festival after protesters claimed it glorifies police traumatizing children and compared it to the explicitly racist 1915 silent movie Birth Of A Nation.

Organizers of the NW Film Center in Portland, Oregon announced this week that the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy would be pulled from the lineup and replaced with a documentary celebrating late Rep. John Lewis.

Kindergarten Cop is CANCELED

Tags: Art Deletion, Backlash, Cancellation, Children, Disruption, Education, Entertainment, Film, History, Hollywood, Misrepresentation, Overreaction, Police, Politics, Preference, Racial Tension, Youth

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04-Aug-2020


It'll take more than online shaming to silence Tyra Banks 

 

The whack-a-mole of cancel culture moves swiftly, so you'd be forgiven for forgetting that just two short months ago, according to the unremitting jury of Twitter, the supermodel Tyra Banks got canceled forever. It would be especially understandable considering that, earlier this week, ABC announced that Banks would be the new host and executive producer of "Dancing with the Stars."

A few short examples from her rap: in cycle eight of "ANTM," which Banks created and executive produced, a contestant was told to pose "dead" in a casket for a photo shoot only a week after discovering that her friend had died of an overdose. Cycle four featured a photo shoot where contestants had to pose made up as different ethnicities. On the fifth cycle, Banks told a gay contestant to tone down her sexuality. She pulled no punches -- and taking sensitive care of her model hopefuls trailed far behind the obvious priority of
making scintillating television.

CNN

Tags: Apology, Celebrity, Cultural, Employment, Entertainment, Hollywood, Irony, Models, Replacement, Representation, Women In Charge

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17-Jul-2020


Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Where Is the Outrage Over Anti-Semitism in Sports and Hollywood? 

 

Recent incidents of anti-Semitic tweets and posts from sports and entertainment celebrities are a very troubling omen for the future of the Black Lives Matter movement, but so too is the shocking lack of massive indignation. Given the New Woke-fulness in Hollywood and the sports world, we expected more passionate public outrage. What we got was a shrug of meh-rage.

When reading the dark squishy entrails of popular culture, meh-rage in the face of sustained prejudice is an indisputable sign of the coming Apatholypse: apathy to all forms of social justice. After all, if it’s OK to discriminate against one group of people by hauling out cultural stereotypes without much pushback, it must be OK to do the same to others. Illogic begets illogic.

Ice Cube’s June 10 daylong series of tweets, which involved some creepy symbols and images, in general implied that Jews were responsible for the oppression of blacks. NFL player DeSean Jackson tweeted out several anti-Semitic messages, including a quote he incorrectly thought was from Hitler (not your go-to guy for why-can’t-we-all-get-along quotes) stating that Jews had a plan to “extort America” and achieve “world domination.” Isn’t that SPECTRE’s job in James Bond movies?

Hollywood Reporter

Ice Cube calls Kareem Abdul-Jabbar a Judas for taking '30 pieces of silver' after the NBA legend criticized him and Nick Cannon for anti-Semitism which will damage BLM

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Argument, Celebrity, Equality, Etiquette, Feud, Hate, Hip Hop, Hollywood, Hostility, Racial Tension, Racism, Social Media, Sports

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16-Jul-2020


Idris Elba says he doesn't 'believe in censorship,' racist shows and movies should not be removed 

 

The 47-year-old actor told the Radio Times during an interview published Tuesday that he believes in free speech and sometimes that includes speech that might not be widely accepted.

"To mock the truth, you have to know the truth. But to censor racist themes within a show, to pull it – wait a second, I think viewers should know that people made shows like this," the "Luther" actor said when asked about his thoughts on removing content with offensive jokes.

While Elba said he understands networks may have removed racially insensitive content due to the Black Lives Matter movement, he believes there's a better way to go about addressing those films and shows.

"Out of respect for the time and the movement, commissioners and archive-holders pulling things they think are exceptionally tone-deaf at this time – fair enough and good for you," he said. "But I think, moving forward, people should know that freedom of speech is accepted, but the audience should know what they’re getting into."

USA Today

'When the mob comes for them, it's going to be the lefties': Liberals FINALLY wake up to threat of cancel culture

Disney’s “Hamilton” is “inappropriate” according to evangelicals who are boycotting the film

Tags: All Rights, Art Deletion, Campaign, Cancellation, Celebrity, Complaint, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Equality, Film, Free Speech, Hollywood, Opinion, Parental Burden, Politics, Sensitivity, Word Deletion, World

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14-Jul-2020


Oliver Stone Criticizes Hollywood for Turning Into an 'Alice in Wonderland' Tea Party 

 

Oliver Stone is not a fan of the current state of Hollywood and is in no hurry to work with a studio on a mainstream film as he says the town has gone "mad."

Talking to the New York Times Magazine for a recently published interview with David Marchese, the controversial Stone called modern moviemaking "ridiculous."

"It's just so expensive — the marketing," Stone began. "Everything has become too fragile, too sensitive. Hollywood now — you can't make a film without a COVID adviser. You can't make a film without a sensitivity counselor. It's ridiculous." The Oscar-winning filmmaker granted the interview to discuss his upcoming memoir, Chasing the Light.

"The Academy changes its mind every five, 10, two months about what it's trying to keep up with," Stone told the magazine. "It's politically correct [expletive], and it's not a world I'm anxious to run out into. I've never seen it quite mad like this. It's like an Alice in Wonderland tea party."

Hollywood Reporter

Is Zac Efron done with Hollywood for good? Actor reveals his struggle to cope with LA in Netflix doc, insisting he's 'got to get out' because it 'is not conducive to living a happy life' - as he flees to Australia amid the pandemic

Tags: $, Celebrity, Employment, Enforcement, Entertainment, Environment, Film, Fleeing, Freedom, Hollywood, Life Sucks!, Opinion, Politics, Preference, Treatment, TV Swatch, World

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13-Jul-2020




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