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Al Kasha Dies: Oscar-Winning ‘The Morning After’ Composer Was 83

Al Kasha Dies: Oscar-Winning ‘The Morning After’ Composer Was 83
Al Kasha, the Academy Award-winning composer who, along with songwriting partner Joel Hirschhorn, won Oscars for the soft rock disaster movie classics “The Morning After” and “We May Never Love Like This Again,” died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 83.

His death was announced by spokesperson Deborah Radel. A cause of death was not disclosed.

Dominating music charts – and Oscar’s Best Original Song category – in 1973 with “The Morning After,” from The Poseidon Adventure, and again in ’75 with “We May Never Love Like This Again” from The Towering Inferno, Kasha and Hirschhorn returned to film songwriting with 1977’s Disney classic Pete’s Dragon. The duo was Oscar-nominated for that song score and the song “Candle On The Water,” sung by Pete’s Dragon star Helen Reddy.

For his Broadway stage work, Kasha received Tony Award nominations for the scores of 1981’s Copperfield and 1982’s Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

Both Broadway productions were short-lived,
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Netflix Is Losing A Lot Of Great Movies This Fall

Netflix Is Losing A Lot Of Great Movies This Fall
It’s the way it always is with Netflix. You get a load of new content every month, but you also lose a bunch of old favorites, too, as the rights agreements expire and they hop over to some other streaming service. September will be no different, as we’ve now got a list of everything that’s set to be removed from Netflix on the first day of the month after next.

There are a number of notable titles among them, too. First of all, the first two Bad Boys movies are leaving the site on September 1st, so make sure to give them another watch sometime in the next few weeks. Unfortunately, Netflix is losing a couple of classic horrors as well. Namely, 1988’s Child’s Play and the original Candyman, ahead of the Jordan Peele-produced remake that’s on the way.

Speaking of that 1992 flick, there are
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Netflix Is Losing A Ton Of Great Movies And TV Shows In August

Netflix Is Losing A Ton Of Great Movies And TV Shows In August
Earlier today, we got our hands on the full list of every new movie and TV show being added to Netflix next month. It’s an impressive offering, too, featuring originals like Project Power and the fifth season of Lucifer. But as is often the case, just as every new month brings us fresh additions, it also results in a lot of great titles leaving the service.

August is no different and along with revealing everything that’s being added, Netflix has also announced what we’ll be saying goodbye to in the coming weeks. Some of these just arrived on the platform quite recently, too, which makes their exit especially unfortunate. But unless it’s original content, not a whole lot lasts forever on Netflix and so, we’ll always have to come to terms with the fact that popular shows and movies could be removed at any time.
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HBO Max Added Over 120 New Movies Today For June

HBO Max Added Over 120 New Movies Today For June
HBO Max has a major job on its hands to justify its approximately $15 a month subscription fee, especially given the strong competition out there from established names like Netflix and Amazon Prime. Disney Plus faced a similar challenge last year in arriving onto an already-saturated streaming marketplace, but at least had the advantage of major series like The Mandalorian to promote. While HBO Max will eventually be home to the Snyder cut of Justice League, and has some originals for its first week of availability, the big draw right now is its enormous back-catalogue of movies.

Given the various corporate elements that are going into HBO Max, including the Warner Bros. library, owners AT&T will be hoping that the combination of brand recognition for HBO programming, and a deep bench of movies, will convince people to add a new subscription to their list. To this end, HBO Max have added 122 films today,
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Everything Coming To Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Prime And HBO Max In June

Everything Coming To Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Prime And HBO Max In June
Do you like lists? Well, here’s a doozy. Below is everything coming to Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu and Amazon Prime in June 2020.

Though the summer sun is starting to beat down, most of us are still being encouraged to stay indoors for Covid-19 related reasons. It’s not much fun, but at the very least, there’s an absolute ton of stuff landing in June that should distract you from the call of the beach.

Of particular note is the newly launched HBO Max, which is trying to catch the eye of potential subscribers with a red-hot first month. There’s an excellent selection of movies coming on June 1st, with horror titles like An American Werewolf in London (still the best werewolf movie ever made), Final Destinations 1-4, From Dusk til Dawn and Lifeforce.

Later in the month, there are some more recent films showing up, including
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What's New on HBO Max in June

What's New on HBO Max in June
To help you anticipate and navigate all that HBO Max has to offer, TVLine presents this comprehensive list of all the TV series, movies, documentaries and specials making their debut on the new streaming service this month — all as a 100-percent free supplement to our daily and handy What to Watch and weekly TVLine-Up columns, and our monthly New on Netflix roundup.

Among Max Originals coming in June are a new Adventure Time special, Doom Patrol Season 2 and Search Party Season 3. You’ll also be able to stream the most recent episodes of HBO original series, including Insecure, I Know This Much Is True
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HBO Max New Releases: June 2020

HBO Max New Releases: June 2020
Welcome to the HBO Max era! WarnerMedia’s streaming giant arrived on May 27 and is absolutely bursting with Warner movies, TV shows, and other titles. But time waits for no man or streaming service and each new month HBO Max will be expected to bring new content to the table. Things get started in June 2020 with the first batch of HBO Max new releases.

To be clear, the majority of the original series coming to HBO Max actually belongs to HBO. Shows like I May Destroy You (June 7), Perry Mason (June 21), and I’ll Be Gone in the Dark (June 28) all belong to HBO…which now just happens to be a part of HBO Max. Confusing stuff, we know, but rest assured that if you have HBO Max you’ll get these shows…and if you only have HBO, you can go ahead and just get HBO Max for the same price anyway.
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Here’s Everything Coming to HBO Max in June

Here’s Everything Coming to HBO Max in June
HBO Max launches May 27 with a whole lot of content ready to stream immediately. But throughout the nascent streamer’s first month, even more titles will be added, from HBO Max originals like “Adventure Time: Distant Lands Bmo,” to old favorites like “Amelie,” “Black Beauty” and “The Bucket List.”

Other brand-new HBO Max originals include the third season of comedy “Search Party,” and the second seasons of “Doom Patrol,” and “Esme & Roy,” all coming June 25, and on June 18, the second season of “Summer Camp Island” and the series premiere kids competition series “Karma.”

For a list of everything that will be available on launch day, look here.

Below is the full list of everything new coming to HBO Max in June.

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June 1

4th & Forever: Muck City, Season One

Adventures In Babysitting, 1987 (HBO)

Amelie, 2001 (HBO)

An American Werewolf in London,
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What’s Coming to HBO Max in June 2020

What’s Coming to HBO Max in June 2020
Before HBO Max even launches — it goes live May 27 — WarnerMedia is trying to lure new subscribers by revealing what’s coming next month to the streamer.

The June lineup highlights on HBO Max include all 23 seasons of “South Park,” snapped up in a multiyear, $500 million-plus deal; James Cameron’s Oscar-winning “Titanic”; and the “Adventure Time: Distant Lands” special featuring lovable robot Bmo.

HBO Max, regularly priced at $14.99 per month (the same as HBO Now), will be available on multiple platforms and distributors through deals including with Apple, Google, Charter, Xbox, PlayStation, and AT&T/DirecTV. As of this writing, however, WarnerMedia has not locked in HBO Max deals with Comcast, Roku or Amazon.

New Max Originals this June include kids’ adventure competition series “Karma,” Season 3 of comedy “Search Party” and the second seasons of “Doom Patrol,” “Esme & Roy” and “Summer Camp Island.”

Movie highlights include “Titanic,” “Veronica Mars,” “Magic Mike” starring Channing Tatum,
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Netflix Added A Ton Of Great Movies Today For March

Netflix Added A Ton Of Great Movies Today For March
Today is March 1st, which means we have a whole new set of titles to tell you about that just dropped on Netflix. The streaming service has 54 new movies/TV shows from nearly every major studio, including Warner Bros., Paramount and Sony, and while that number is still ten less than what we got last March, there’s far more original content on the service than there was a year ago. So, trust me when I say you’ve got plenty of options.

So many options, in fact, that I often find myself browsing for so long that I can’t decide on what to watch until it gets too late and I go to bed instead. First world problems, right?

In any case, below you’ll find the full list as well as a few descriptions of some personal favorites. Or some that I just felt like commenting on.
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Paramount Grounds ‘Rugrats’ Movie, Moves WWE’s ‘Rumble’ Back Six Months & Titles Next ‘SpongeBob’ Pic

Paramount is putting its Rugrats movie in timeout. The studio said today that it has pulled the Nick TV adaptation from its schedule after originally setting a January 29, 2021, release date.

Taking over that weekend slot is Rumble, the toon from Paramount Animation and WWE Studios that is set in a world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes. Will Arnett, Terry Crews, Geraldine Viswanathan and WWE stars Becky Lynch and Roman Reigns lead the voice cast for Rumble, which moves back six months from its planned July 31, 2020, date.

Rugrats was announced in July 2018 as a live-action pic with CGI characters as part of a franchise revival that also includes a new Nick TV series. Paramount, which didn’t cite a reason for grounding the film, released three Rugrats features in the late 1990s and early 2000s: The Rugrats Movie (1998), Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000) and
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Nickelodeon Names Jenny Wall As Cmo, Eryk Casemiro Svp Of Preschool

As the makeover of Nickelodeon continues, two key executive hires have been announced. Jenny Wall is joining the Viacom-owned network as Chief Marketing Officer and Eryk Casemiro as Svp of Nickelodeon Preschool.

As Cmo, Wall will be responsible for all on and off-air consumer marketing, brand creative and content launches across all of the network’s platforms. That roster includes digital, social and direct-to-consumer, including Nicktoons, TeenNick, Nick at Nite and Noggin. She will report to Nickelodeon chief Brian Robbins and be based in New York.

“Jenny is a dynamic innovator who knows how to create cultural moments that connect content and audiences,” Robbins said. “As Nickelodeon focuses its efforts to expanding onto new platforms and building our audience, Jenny’s creative instincts and strategic planning will further add to our momentum.”

As head of the preschool division, Casemiro will spearhead preschool production and development across all formats and platforms spanning digital,
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Rugrats Live-Action Movie Gets Diary of a Wimpy Kid Director

Rugrats Live-Action Movie Gets Diary of a Wimpy Kid Director
The upcoming Rugrats Live-Action Movie now has its director, as David Bowers has reportedly signed on to helm the project. Bowers is perhaps best known for directing the Diary of a Wimpy Kid Movies, but he's been working in animation since the 1980s. Karen Rosenfelt is producing the movie, and series creators Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, and Paul Germain were previously reported to be on board as executive producers as well. From Nickelodeon and Paramount Players, the movie has been given the release date of January 29, 2021.

Rugrats first premiered on Nickelodeon all the way back in 1991. It told the story of a group of babies and the wacky misadventures they get themselves into, making viewers wonder where exactly the parents are. It quickly became a global phenomenon, establishing itself as one of the most celebrated cartoon shows of all time over the course of its nine seasons. This can be
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Rugrats Live-Action Movie Is Heading to the Big Screen

It's official. Rugrats is returning to Nickelodeon for new episodes and a brand-new Rugrats Live-Action Movie. Tommy, Chuckie, twins Phil and Lil, Susie, and Angelica are all about to get introduced to a new generation of fans. Original series creators Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, and Paul Germain have returned to the new series as executive producers. Production for the new Rugrats TV series is already underway in Burbank, California, with Nickelodeon ordering 26 episodes.

The live-action Rugrats movie is going to feature CGI characters from Paramount Players and will be written by David Goodman. Plus, Nickelodeon and Paramount have already announced a release date of November 13th, 2020. Brian Robbins, President of Paramount Players says that now is the perfect time to bring the Rugrats back. He explains.

"Now feels like the ideal time to reintroduce this iconic cast of characters to a whole new generation of young fans. Kids who grew
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Rugrats Revival Ordered at Nickelodeon

Rugrats Revival Ordered at Nickelodeon
Anyone got a craving for more Pickles?

The beloved ’90s cartoon Rugrats is returning to Nickelodeon with a 26-episode revival order, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The new episodes will feature fresh adventures from original characters Tommy Pickles, Chuckie, Phil and Lil, Susie and Angelica, along with a host of new characters. (Parent company Viacom is also producing a new live-action Rugrats film featuring CGI characters.)

Rugrats is hands-down one of the most celebrated cartoons in TV history, and we are thrilled for a whole new audience to meet these iconic characters in brand-new adventures,” Viacom chief operating officer and
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‘Rugrats’ Returns With Nickelodeon Series Revival & Live-Action Paramount Movie

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‘Rugrats’ Returns With Nickelodeon Series Revival & Live-Action Paramount Movie
Tommie, Chuckie and his pals are coming back — on both TV and the big screen. Viacom’s Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures have set a revival of the iconic kids series Rugrats with a 26-episode order from Nickelodeon and a live-action film featuring CGI characters from Paramount Players. Both the TV series and the movie will include new adventures with the famous characters Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Susie and Angelica, and will also introduce a new world of characters.

Original series creators Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó and Paul Germain will return to the new series as executive producers. Rugrats the series will be produced in Burbank, California, with production already underway.

The Rugrats movie will be written by David A. Goodman and is set to be released on November 13, 2020 by Paramount Players, the division of Paramount Pictures that develops and produces co-branded feature films with Viacom’s flagship cable networks. Rugrats
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Netflix comings and goings: Donald Trump parody in, 'Tmnt' out

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Netflix comings and goings: Donald Trump parody in, 'Tmnt' out
Summer is coming to an end and the 2016-17 TV season is just around the corner (not to mention football and more football). So it’s a good time to cram in a whole collection of shows and movies on Netflix before your schedule gets so full you won’t know what to do with yourself. Some exciting additions are a couple Fast and Furious movies, No Country for Old Men and Funny Or Die Presents: Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal: The Movie, which stars Jonny Depp as Trump. Check out the list. Find a comfortable spot and begin watching. New to Netflix August 1 The American Side An Inconvenient Truth Apex: The Story of the Hypercar Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure Big Daddy Black Widow Critical Condition Deadfall Destination: Team USA Funny Or Die Presents: Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal: The Movie The Family Man The Fast and the Furious
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Rugrats, Ren & Stimpy, The Angry Beavers and more coming together for NickToons movie – Jared Hess to direct

Anyone of a certain age will have a particular fondness for the bizarre cast of characters from Nickelodeon’s NickToons line-up. It had been reported last year that Paramount were looking to bring these characters together for an Avengers/Justice League-style team-up, and now its being reported that they’ve found a director in the man behind Napoleon Dynamite and Nacho Libre.

Jared Hess has been hired by Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures to helm the movie, which will bring together characters from Rugrats, Ren & Stimpy, The Angry Beavers, Aaaah! Real Monsters and Rocko’s Modern Life. At present these are the only titles involved, but Nickelodeon could always use characters from other franchises such as Doug, Hey! Arnold, CatDog and SpongeBob Square Pants. According to Deadline, the movie is set to be Paramount’s answer to Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

This is not the first time the cast of
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Jared Hess Set to Direct Nicktoons Crossover Movie for Nickelodeon Films

A few months ago it was announced that Nickelodeon Films and Paramount Pictures would be developing a live-action/animated crossover movie called Nicktoons. The film was originally pitched to the studio as “a Justice League or Avengers-esque team-up film,” but with classic characters from Nickelodeon's '90s cartoon series including Rugrats, Angry Beavers, Hey Arnold!, Rocko’s Modern Life, Doug, Ahh! Real Monsters, Ren and Stimpy, and more. The movie is sure to provide a nostalgia explosion for kids of the '90s.

According to Variety, the studio has hired Jared Hess to direct the film, which is a perfect choice. This is the guy who brought us films such as Napoleon Dynamite, Gentlemen Broncos, Nacho Libre, and more. He seems to have that strange, childlike wonder that we all enjoyed about these cartoon series, so I couldn't think of anyone better to take on the challenge of bringing them
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China's Original Force opens Us animation hub

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The Chinese animation studio has launched a Los Angeles-based production office and brought on industry veterans and longtime producing partners Sandra Rabins and Penney Finkelman Cox.

Original Force president and founder Harley Zhao (pictured, centre) told guests at a party in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday evening that the company has started production on three features and will aim produce at least one CG film approximately every 18 months.

Rabins (pictured at far left) and Finkelman Cox (pictured at far right) will serve as co-presidents of Original Force Animation and are partners with Zhao on the newly launched animated feature division.

The new arrivals launched Sony Pictures Animation in 2002 and have deep ties to DreamWorks Animation. They have overseen such titles as Shrek, Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs and Open Season and have begun to assemble their team for the inaugural slate.

Meanwhile Peter Adee, formerly president of marketing at Universal Pictures and MGM, is consulting
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