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Jacob Tobia Joins ‘She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power’ As Non-Binary Character

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Jacob Tobia Joins ‘She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power’ As Non-Binary Character
In a move to authentic representation and inclusion, gender non-conforming writer and producer Jacob Tobia is joining the voice cast of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power in the role of the non-binary character Double Trouble for season four of the Netflix animated series which will debut on November 5.

Double Trouble shape-shifting mercenary from the Crimson Waste, who joins forces with Catra and the Horde. They are able to magically transform themselves into any person they see and has a soul of a thespian, spending hours in “character study” trying to perfectly mimic their target. They are always looking for feedback on their “performance” – but don’t ever give them a negative critique.

“Fantasy has always been so vital to me because as a non-binary person, it’s a way of escaping the confines of the world we live in,” said Tobia of their new role in She-Ra. “It’s
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Olivia Colman could finally be the favorite at the SAG Awards thanks to ‘The Crown’

Olivia Colman could finally be the favorite at the SAG Awards thanks to ‘The Crown’
Olivia Colman earned her maiden Screen Actors Guild Award nomination earlier this year in Best Actress for her turn as Queen Anne in “The Favourite,” which she ended up losing to Glenn Close (“The Wife”). But she could now follow up her loss with the sweet smell of victory for playing a different British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, on the third season of Netflix’s “The Crown.” She has already ascended to the top of our combined SAG Awards TV drama actress odds ahead of the Nov. 17 release.

As part of a cast overhaul to accurately depict the aging of the characters, Colman is taking over the role from Claire Foy, who played the queen in the first two seasons. For her performance, Foy not only prevailed at the Golden Globes (2017) and Emmys (2018), but also nabbed two consecutive SAG statuettes (2017-18), which bodes well for Colman’s chances this year.
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Golden Globes TV predictions: Editors pick Jennifer Aniston (‘The Morning Show’) to win Best Drama Actress

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Awards voters are about to take their first bite out of the Apple. The media company’s most buzzed-about TV series of the fall is “The Morning Show,” with Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell all playing hosts of an Am news program. According to Gold Derby’s staff editors who cover awards year-round, Aniston will prevail at the 2020 Golden Globes as Best TV Drama Actress for her role as Alex Levy. Of course, Aniston already has a Golden Globe on her mantel for “Friends,” but this would be her first major accolade for a drama series.

SEEGolden Globes TV predictions: Editors split over ‘The Crown,’ ‘Succession,’ ‘The Morning Show’ for Best Drama Series

The eight staffers who believe Aniston will take home the first Golden Globe for Apple TV+ are Chris Beachum, Riley Chow, Marcus James Dixon, Zach Laws, Rob Licuria, Daniel Montgomery, Paul Sheehan and Susan Wloszczyna.
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Grey's Anatomy Fans Can't Handle Cristina Yang's Recent Text to Meredith (Neither Can We)

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Grey's Anatomy Fans Can't Handle Cristina Yang's Recent Text to Meredith (Neither Can We)
It's been four score and several years since Sandra Oh's Cristina Yang graced the hallowed halls of Grey Sloan Memorial, but during the Oct. 17 episode of Grey's Anatomy, the character reminds fans of her presence with a cheeky offscreen cameo.

As a reminder, Cristina leaves Grey Sloan Memorial in season 10 when she moves away from Seattle to lead a cardio-thoracic department at a hospital in Switzerland - but that doesn't mean she isn't still in the know when it comes to the hospital's drama. In Thursday's episode, Meredith suffers from an intense case of foot-in-mouth disease when she accidentally publishes a list of problems she has with the medical field and, more specifically, with Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Since Meredith is already on superthin ice after committing insurance fraud, defiantly refusing to apologize for her actions, and attempting to practice medicine while her medical license is under review, it's
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Killing Eve's Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer Have the Cutest, Totally-Not-Murderous Friendship

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Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer may have a bewildering, hard-to-define relationship while in character as Eve Polastri and Villanelle, but when the cameras stop rolling, the Killing Eve costars share a real-life friendship that's as pure as it gets. Case in point: when Jodie recently beat out Sandra and took home the Emmy for best leading actress in a drama series, Sandra could hardly contain her excitement despite losing, as she jumped out of her seat and embraced Jodie before she took the stage. Women supporting women, you guys - it's a beautiful thing.

Lucky for me and the rest of the dedicated Jandra (Sandodie?) stans out there, we don't have to wait too much longer to witness Sandra and Jodie's hypnotic on and offscreen bond. With Killing Eve's third season already in the works, we're sure to be blessed with many more steamy will-they-won't-they moments and joint red
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Grey's Anatomy: The 10 Worst Things Cristina Has Ever Done

Before her global success on Killing Eve, Sandra Oh rose to fame on the hit medical series Grey's Anatomy. The two-time Golden Globe winner played cardiothoracic surgeon Cristina Yang, who was Meredith Grey's (Ellen Pompeo) best friend. Fans grew to love her ambitious and candid attitude, as it provided comic relief in the darkest of moments.

Related: Grey's Anatomy: The 10 Worst Things Derek Has Ever Done 

Cristina became a world-renowned surgeon by the end. However, it did take a while for the character to get there. Fans are well aware of the hurdles she had to jump, ranging from Burke injury to almost killing Alex in the O.R.  Here are the top ten worst things Cristina has ever done.
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‘Sideways: The Musical’ Lands Tony Winner Kathleen Marshall To Direct & Choreograph

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Broadway’s Kathleen Marshall has signed on as director and choreographer for the in-development Sideways: The Musical, a stage adaptation of the novel previously adapted for the 2004 Alexander Payne film.

Marshall, a three-time Tony Award winner for her choreography and four-time nominee for directing, will collaborate on the development of the Broadway-hopeful Sideways with composer Anthony Leigh Adams as well as Rex Pickett, who wrote the original novel and is writing the musical’s libretto.

According to producers, the musical is being “fast-tracked” for a Spring/Summer 2020 regional staging before moving on to Broadway.

Pickett announced in May that he’d formed a joint venture with Efg-Renascence Productions to develop the musical.

The novelist has said he wants the musical to explore elements of
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Mpa Hires President For Asia-Pacific Region; WestEnd Reveals Deals On Hollywood Gender Gap Doc — Global Briefs

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Belinda Lui has been named President and Managing Director of the Motion Picture Association, Asia-Pacific region. Based in Hong Kong, she will lead the association’s regional team to promote and protect the commercial and creative interests of the local screen communities. Lui joins the organization on January 13, 2020 and will report to Gail MacKinnon, Senior Executive Vice President, Global Policy and Government Affairs. She replaces Mike Ellis, who is leaving at the end of the year after more than twenty years with the organization. Lui joins from AT&T WarnerMedia, where she was Head of International Relations and Public Policy for Asia-Pacific. As one of WarnerMedia’s most senior executive in the region, she represented the company at Apec and Asean bilaterals and other events. Prior to her tenure with WarnerMedia, she served as in-house legal counsel at Microsoft Hong Kong.

WestEnd Film has inked deals on Hollywood gender inequality doc This Changes Everything,
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"She-Ra" - For The Honor Of 'Grayskull'

From the New York Comic-Con, take a look at Season 4 of the DreamWorks TV award-winning animated series "She-Ra and the Princesses of Power", premiering the first of 13 new episodes, November 5, 2019 on Netflix:

"...the alter-ego of 'She-Ra', 'Princess Adora' is instructed that 'She-Ra is not the sword. She-Ra is you'. Princess Adora then unsheaths her sword and says the magic command, 'For the honor of Grayskull'..."

Cast includes Aimee Carrero, Karen Fukuhara, Aj Michalka, Marcus Scribner, Reshma Shetty, Lorraine Toussaint, Keston John, Lauren Ash, Christine Woods, Genesis Rodriguez, Jordan Fisher, Vella Lovell, Merit Leighton, Sandra Oh and Krystal Joy Brown.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "She-Ra and the Princesses of Power" Season 4...
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WestEnd Films secures key deals on gender inequality doc ‘This Changes Everything’

The film has sold to Sky Cinema in UK & Ireland among others

London-based WestEnd Films has closed a raft of deals on the Hollywood gender-disparity documentary directed by Tom Donahue (Thank You For Your Service) and executive-produced by Geena Davis.

The film has sold to the UK and Ireland (Sky Cinema), South Korea (Mano Entertainment), Taiwan (Benchmark Films), Australia (Nine Network), France (Alba Films), Italy (Lilium Distribution), Portugal (Nos Lusomundo Audiovisuais), Globosat/Telecine (Brazil) and Encore Inflight (airlines).

Alba will release This Changes Everything theatrically in France in early January and Sky Cinema will broadcast the film in March. Fathom
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Grey's Anatomy: 10 Of Miranda Bailey's Best Quotes

While Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) is known for her tough personality, it's fair to say that the Grey's Anatomy character with the strongest, no-holds-barred attitude is Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson). Over the course of the hospital drama, which just began airing its 16th season, fans have gotten to know Bailey and have realized that she's actually a real softie.

Related: Grey's Anatomy: The 10 Best Episodes According To IMDb

Whether she's chewing out her interns or displaying her vulnerability, Bailey is the greatest and she always has awesome things to say. Here are 10 of Miranda Bailey's best quotes on Grey's Anatomy.
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Starz Acquires Geena Davis’ Docu ‘This Changes Everything’, Idris Elba Comedy Series & More

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Starz has acquired and set premieres for a half-dozen titles including Geena Davis’ documentary This Changes Everything, two seasons of Idris Elba’s semi-autobiographical family comedy In the Long Run and its holiday special, and the Mel Gibson-Sean Penn movie The Professor and the Madman.

The premium cabler also picked up the Ellen Page-Kate Mara film My Days of Mercy, which bowed at Toronto; the immigration docu The River and the Wall; and true-crime pic Stockholm, which premiered at Tribeca. See descriptions and premiere dates for the projects below.

[“This Changes Everything] eloquently makes the case for the need to improve gender balance, diversity and inclusion onscreen and behind the scenes,” Davis said. “It’s important that industry leaders and the public are aware of the impact the media has as we rally together toward the goal of gender equality.”

Said Elba of the comedy inspired
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SAG Awards 2020 TV nominations: Make your picks in our predictions center today!

The SAG Awards 2020 TV predictions center event has launched today! What are your early picks for drama, comedy and movie/limited series categories at the 26th annual event airing January 19 on TBS and TNT?

As you are making decisions, here is a look back at the 2019 ceremony from the Screen Actors Guild:

Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”), Jason Bateman (“Ozark”) and “This Is Us” cast were the drama winners. Only Bateman will not be eligible on the next show.

All three comedy winners could return again — “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” cast and its stars Rachel Brosnahan and Tony Shalhoub.

Of course, none of the movie/limited series champs can return for those projects — Darren Criss (“The Assassination of Giannai Versace”) and Patricia Arquette (“Escape at Dannemora”).

SEE2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories

Which recent Emmy winners will be favored for SAG Awards victories in January?
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: The Best and Worst of Last Night’s Premiere

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: The Best and Worst of Last Night’s Premiere
Saturday Night Live” returns for its 45th season with now-four-time host Woody Harrelson and first-time musical guest Billie Eilish. Harrelson’s first “SNL” hosting gig was nearly 30 years ago, 30 whole seasons ago. Everyone’s favorite “SNL” cast member, Alec Baldwin, also hosted on that season. As did Fred Savage and Rob Lowe, in back-to-back episodes, if you’re a fan of “The Grinder” and care about that kind of kismet. Eilish was not born at this point. Nor was she born at the point of Harrelson’s second hosting gig, in 1992. Yet the generational gap between this season premiere’s host and musical guest is not the strangest choice. It’s more what this season premiere chooses to do — or really, not do — with its multi-time host.

Host: Woody Harrelson

In Woody Harrelson’s first three outings as “SNL” host, he’s hit the live audience (and the viewers at
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Golden Globes 2020 TV predictions center event is now active; What are your drama and comedy picks?

The Golden Globes 2020 TV predictions center event is now active! What are your early picks for drama, comedy and movie/limited series categories at the 77th annual event airing January 5 on NBC?

As you are making decisions, here is a look back at the 2019 ceremony:

Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”) is the only drama winner eligible next time. The other champs were “The Americans” and Richard Madden (“Bodyguard”).

All three comedy winners could return again — “The Kominsky Method” and lead actor Michael Douglas plus Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”).

Of course, none of the movie/limited series champs can return for those projects — “The Assassination of Giannai Versace” and star Darren Criss, Patricia Arquette (“Escape at Dannemora”), Ben Whishaw (“A Very English Scandal”) and Patricia Clarkson (“Sharp Objects”).

SEE2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories

Which recent Emmy winners will be favored for Globe victories in January?
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Jodie Comer in Talks for Ridley Scott’s ‘The Last Duel’ Alongside Ben Affleck and Matt Damon

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Jodie Comer in Talks for Ridley Scott’s ‘The Last Duel’ Alongside Ben Affleck and Matt Damon
Jodie Comer, a new Emmy-winner for her work on “Killing Eve,” is in talks to join the cast of “The Last Duel,” directed by Ridley Scott that will star Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap.

Comer would play the female lead in a revenge story set in 14th century about a woman who claims she’s been raped by her husband’s best friend. But when no one believes her accusation, her husband challenges his friend to a duel, the last legally sanctioned duel in the country’s history.

The Last Duel” comes from Disney and Fox, but the studio has yet to greenlight the project. If it moves forward, production will begin in early 2020.

Also Read: 'Killing Eve' Star Jodie Comer on Villanelle's 'Warped Sense of Reality' and New Threat

Damon and Affleck are reuniting to write the script along with Nicole Holofcener,
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‘Killing Eve’ Star Jodie Comer Eyes Ridley Scott’s ‘The Last Duel’ (Exclusive)

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‘Killing Eve’ Star Jodie Comer Eyes Ridley Scott’s ‘The Last Duel’ (Exclusive)
Jodie Comer, the “Killing Eve” actress who took home a best drama actress Emmy for her role in the series on Sunday, is in talks for Ridley Scott’s “The Last Duel,” sources tell Variety.

Comer will star alongside Matt Damon and Ben Affleck in the revenge drama from Disney-Fox. “The Last Duel” is set in 14th century France and follows a man who goes to war and returns to discover a friend of his has raped his wife (portrayed by Comer). No one will believe the woman, and the soldier appeals to the king of France and says he wants to fight a duel to the death to decide the man’s fate, becoming the last legally sanctioned duel in France.

The film has not yet been greenlit, however, and the studio is still deciding how to move forward. Sources have indicated that Comer’s casting is a sure
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The Party Report: Emmy Parties 2019 Bring Out the Stars

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The Party Report: Emmy Parties 2019 Bring Out the Stars
From sensational soirees to sweet swag sessions, the party road to the 2019 Emmy Awards was a swirl of stars, especially as the week poured into Sunday’s big show. It was tough to be everywhere, but many of television’s top names certainly tried. We think some of them changed clothes in the limo!

Fetes Leading Up to the Big Night

Los Angeles Confidential and Linda Cardellini celebrate the Emmys (Photo credit: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Women in Hollywood took center stage at the first few celebrations, from the Los Angeles Confidential bash honoring Linda Cardellini, whose “Dead to Me” turn sent shivers up the world’s spine, to the Australians in Film State of Escape Creative Creatures luncheon at Gwen that celebrated Aussie female movers and shakers, including “Big Little Lies” producer Bruna Papandrea and costume designer Alix Friedberg as well as the afternoon’s main honoree, up-and-coming writer
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Variety’s TV Critics Break Down the Highs and Lows of 2019 Emmys

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It may have been a listless ceremony, but the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards picked up steam as a bevy of surprise winners came to dominate the evening.

These fresh faces livened up the occasion, but it remains to be seen whether their victories mean a fundamental shift in the way the Television Academy votes is taking place. Here, Variety’s television critics discuss the highlights — and lowlights — of the night’s proceedings.

Daniel D’Addario: Hail “Fleabag”! I’m still stunned as I write this that Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Amazon Prime Video series performed as well as it did on Emmy night, winning prizes for Waller-Bridge’s writing and acting, Harry Bradbeer’s directing and — startlingly, given its more established opposition — comedy series. It beat Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and HBO’s “Veep,” the two most recent winners of the award — quite a feat for a series whose
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Five Key Takeaways From the 2019 Emmy Awards

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Five Key Takeaways From the 2019 Emmy Awards
The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards offered up several pleasant surprises — wins for Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Billy Porter, to name two — as well as a few less well-received moments. Here are the top five takeaways from the night.

A Long, Host-Free Affair

Fox followed in the Oscars’ footsteps and opted for a host-less Emmys this year. However, while the film awards show saw a spectacular bump of almost 30% in the ratings after ditching an emcee, there was no such luck for Fox on Sunday night.

Instead, the ceremony opened with a piano falling on Homer Simpson — a fitting image as the ratings also came crashing down. The show slipped to an all-time low of 6.9 million total viewers and a less-than-stellar 1.6 rating among adults 18-49, according to Nielsen. The Oscars achieved a tighter show by cutting out superfluous host bits, whereas the Emmys somehow seemed to drag on forever.

Viewers and critics
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