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Paramount Players Execs Matt Dines & Ali Bell Exiting

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Exclusive….Developing…We’re hearing that Paramount Players creative executives Matt Dines and Ali Bell are departing the label that they arrived to in late August 2017. While these two key execs are leaving, the Paramount Players will remain in operation under the oversight of Paramount Motion Pictures Group president Wyck Godfrey.

Word is that Dines is heading to Jonah Hill’s production company and will become a producing partner there. Hill recently produced Richard Jewell; executive produced and starred in the Netflix limited series Maniac; and directed, wrote and produced the 2018 A24 movie Mid90s. At the same time, I understand Bell is heading to Andy Samberg’s label Party Over Here.

While at Paramount Players, Dines worked on such features as Nobody’s Fool and Playing With Fire. Bell during her tenure oversaw What Men Want, Dora and the Lost City of Gold and the upcoming Monster Problems which has a February 12, 2021 release date.
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Rockabilly Veteran Sleepy Labeef Dead at 84

Rockabilly Veteran Sleepy Labeef Dead at 84
Sleepy Labeef, the veteran rockabilly performer whose musical career spanned more than 60 years, died on Thursday at the age of 84.

A Facebook post from the singer’s family confirmed the news. “He died at home, in his own bed, surrounded by his family who loved him, and whom he dearly loved. He lived a full and vibrant life, filled with the excitement of much travel and experience, the contentment that came from being able to spend his life doing what he loved best, and the fulfilling love of his wife,
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Tinder Is Making an Apocalyptic TV Show, As If Dating Isn’t Horrifying Enough

Tinder recently wrapped production on a secret TV series which will launch on the popular dating app as early as October. (Via Variety.) Set in a pre-apocalyptic world, the series will utilize the app’s famous swiping feature as part of a choose-your-own-adventure style narrative. Viewers will swipe left or right depending on which way they want the story to unfold, much like choosing potential matches. Production on the untitled six-episode show wrapped in Mexico City at the end of August, under the direction of rising music video director Karena Evans.

The project marks the app’s first foray into producing and distributing original content. Gay dating app Scruff recently launched an in-app game show called “Hosting,” modeled loosely after the wildly popular HQ Trivia game show.

While the show will first air on Tinder, sources close to the project told Variety that producers are eyeing a potential streaming deal after release.
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Spider-Man: If Betty Looks Familiar, You Might Remember Her From Black Mirror

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Spider-Man: Far From Home shows us Peter Parker and his pals reeling from the shattering aftermath of Avengers: Endgame. Besides Mj and Peter's budding romance, there's another couple swinging into action: Ned and Betty. If your spidey senses are tingling about Ned's love interest, you've likely seen her around before. Betty's played by 18-year-old Australian actress Angourie Rice, who has appeared in a number of pop culture hits over the years.

Chances are that you've seen Spider-Man: Homecoming if you're tuning into the sequel. Rice also plays Betty in the first film, although her character is less fleshed out in the first Spider-Man movie. In the McU, Betty resembles the character Gwen Stacy, sporting a black headband. In the original Spider-Man film with Tobey Maguire, Betty was a newspaper secretary at The Daily Bugle played by Elizabeth Banks. Her character in the newer films is, obviously, a teenager, who reports
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‘The Oa’s Ian Alexander Is The Future Of Trans Visibility In Hollywood

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The interdimensional sci-fi Netflix series The Oa from Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij is, like many of their projects, unapologetic when it comes to having a complex narrative that would make your brain bleed. After the first season set up this wild world, the second season, which launched on the streaming giant on March 22, is a little more straight forward, but the series continues with its layered storytelling and, at one point, puts a trans character in its spotlight — and he is played by trans actor Ian Alexander. At 17 years old, Alexander identifies as trans and his place in the series is a quiet, yet groundbreaking feat when it comes to contributing to authentic casting and storytelling in television.

In The Oa, Marling plays Prairie Johnson, a woman who mysteriously returns after missing for seven years. Once blind, she now can see, has also has scars on her back and
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Michael Sucsy To Helm ‘Playing To The Gods’; Clash Between Thesps Sarah Bernhardt & Eleonora Duse

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Michael Sucsy To Helm ‘Playing To The Gods’; Clash Between Thesps Sarah Bernhardt & Eleonora Duse
Exclusive: Grey Gardens writer-director Michael Sucsy has formed his HungryDuck production shingle by optioning Peter Radar’s Simon & Schuster novel Playing to the Gods.

Sucsy has written the script and will direct as well as produce the feature. The project will be taken out for financing shortly.

The pic is envisioned as The Favourite meets Amadeus. It tells the true story of French stage superstar Sarah Bernhardt, a pioneer in the culture of exotic, eccentric celebrity who became the world’s first A-list actress. Pitted in a rivalry is up-and-coming Italian adversary, Eleonora Duse, whose modern, naturalistic style and ability to disappear into roles without chewing the scenery revolutionized the theater. Their competition for queen of the stage ignited the most tumultuous theatrical showdown of the 19th century.

In his debut film Grey Gardens, Sucsy directed Jessica Lange to a Best Actress Emmy Award and Drew Barrymore to a
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Apparently, Tyler Baltierra Thinks Bristol Palin's 'Teen Mom' Casting Is 'Weird As Hell'

Uh oh, Tyler Baltierra isn't happy with Teen Mom Og's newest addition! The reality star opened about Bristol Palin on last week's episode of "Reality Life With Kate Casey," and needless to say, he sounded less than thrilled about the news. "Do I think it's weird as hell? Absolutely," he said on the Sept. 28 podcast. "Do I think it's a really, like, not a good decision for the franchise? Yeah. But that's out of my control." Ouch. In a wild twist that literally no one saw coming, Farrah Abraham was replaced on the hit MTV show by none other than former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin's daughter. Bristol confirmed the news on July 20 with a behind-the-scenes photo of her kids and cameramen. "I am excited to join MTV's Teen Mom Og," she wrote in the caption of the pic, which showed her three kids Tripp Easton Mitchell Johnston,
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Kailyn Lowry Just Gave The Best Response To A Fan When Asked About Her Sexuality

Preach, girl! Kailyn Lowry took to Twitter on Saturday, Sept. 29 to clear the air about her sexuality. Rumors have been swirling for years, but after she was spotted at a wedding with her Bff Rebecca Hayter, fuel was added to the fire yet again. When a fan questioned, "You like girls?" the Teen Mom 2 star simply responded, "I like people
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Meghan Markle Allegedly Reveals She Doesn't Watch 'Suits' Anymore Since Her Departure

She's moved on! Before becoming royalty, Meghan Markle was the star of the hit USA show Suits. But prior to marrying Prince Harry, Meg closed the Rachel Zane chapter of her book, and sadly, hasn't really looked back on the role. According to People, Meghan, 37, told identical twins boys, Luke and Elliott Rainbird, 20, during an appearance at the Coach Core Awards on Monday, Sept. 24, that she no longer watches the series today. When they asked if she caught a glimpse of this new season yet, she reportedly replied "no." But just because Meg doesn't watch the show doesn't mean she regrets the seven seasons she was on it. During her first official interview with Harry after they announced their engagement, the brunette beauty opened up about leaving her acting career behind to, you know, become a princess. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) "I think what’s been so exciting [transitioning] out of my career and into,
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Meghan Markle's Dog Guy Is Starring In His Own Children's Book Coming This November

Duchess Meghan Markle's dog Guy is on his way to becoming the next big royal star! According to the Daily Mail, Meghan's beloved pet has already "written" his own book which will be released this November called His Royal Dogness, Guy The Beagle: The Rebarkable True Story of Meghan Markle's Rescue Dog. The autobiography follows Guy's life from being a lost pup in the woods to a royal pooch after he was adopted by Meghan. And, according to the Mail, he's even listed as one of the book's authors. How lucky! Meghan with her dog Guy. (Photo Credit: Instagram) Though the book has reportedly not been "officially endorsed" by the royal family, Emmy-winning writer Mike Brumm helped bring the book to life with the help of illustrator Eg Keller and co-author Camille March. Meghan previously brought Guy from Toronto to live with her in the UK after her royal engagement to her now husband,
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Trying to Place Insatiable's Star? She's Been in 2 Major Movies This Year

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Netflix's dramedy Insatiable has made its fair share of headlines already. The leading lady at the heart of the story, Patty, is a formerly fat, currently fit teenager who's out for revenge on her bullies. If you've been trying to place the woman's face that features so prominently on the promo materials, we've got you covered.

Debby Ryan has been acting for most of her life, but her "big break" story is pretty iconic. When she was only 14, she was literally discovered in a national talent search by Disney. Sounds like something out of a movie, right?

Ryan is no stranger to the teen comedy genre. Her first major role was in Disney Channel's The Suite Life on Deck as Bailey, a small-town girl who joins the lead group of friends. After the series ended in 2011, she immediately continued her reign as a Disney Channel queen by taking
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Nicole Kidman Reveals the Secret to Her 12-Year Marriage to Keith Urban: ‘Keep Contributing’

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Nicole Kidman Reveals the Secret to Her 12-Year Marriage to Keith Urban: ‘Keep Contributing’
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are still a team after 12 years of marriage — because they continue to put each other first.

While opening up about the secret to their long-lasting love, the Big Little Lies actress, 51, tells People in this week’s issue (on stands Friday), “I think it’s knowing that you have to keep contributing to what we call the ‘us.’ You go, ‘Does this work for us?’ ”

“When you make an us, it’s yours together — that’s what you create,” Kidman, a Neutrogena Brand Ambassador, explains while promoting the brand’s Every Day is a Sunday campaign to promote sun protection.
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‘Every Day’ Giveaway on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital (3 Winners)

The young adult drama Every Day starring Angourie Rice is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital.

We have teamed up with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment to offer three lucky readers each a copy of the Every Day Blu-ray, DVD and Digital combo pack in this contest.

For a chance to win one simply fill out and submit the short entry form below. The odds of winning can be increased each and every day you stop back to enter again for as many days as the contest is open.

You must be a resident of the U.S. or Canada to enter.

Based on David Levithan's acclaimed New York Times bestseller, Every Day tells the story of Rhiannon (Angourie Rice), a 16-year old girl who falls in love with a mysterious soul named "A" who inhabits a different body every day. Feeling an unmatched connection, Rhiannon and A work
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MGM Revives Orion Classics With Kate Bosworth Thriller ‘The Domestics’

MGM Revives Orion Classics With Kate Bosworth Thriller ‘The Domestics’
One year after resurrecting Orion Films, MGM is bringing back its specialty offshoot, Orion Classics, with their first release set to be the Kate Bosworth thriller “The Domestics.”

Written and directed by Mike P. Nelson, “The Domestics” stars Bosworth and Tyler Hoechlin (“Supergirl”) as Nina and Mark, a couple struggling to survive in a post-apocalyptic world ruled by warring gangs. The film will be released in theaters on June 28 with a VOD and digital release the following day, MGM announced Monday.

Also Read: MGM to Relaunch Orion Pictures, Sets February Release for Maria Bello's 'Every Day'

Orion Classics was launched in 1983 as a distributor of foreign and indie fare. It released several films from major names in cinema including Pedro Almodovar’s “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown” and Richard Linklater’s “Slacker.” The label’s run came to an end in 1996 when Metromedia acquired
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Orion Classics Relaunches At MGM With Kate Bosworth Film ‘The Domestics’ As First Release

MGM is re-launching Orion Classics and has named Mike P. Nelson’s thriller The Domestics starring Kate Bosworth and Tyler Hoechlin (Everybody Wants Some!!) as its first release as the studio says it will focus on multiplatform and specialized releases and acquisitions. The label that is rising from the ashes will release eight to 10 films per year across genres, with The Domestics hitting theaters June 28 and then going to VOD and digital the following day.

The move follows last year’s resurrection of the Orion label and naming of John Hegeman as its president. Orion Classics will be run day to day by Sam Wollman, MGM’s Svp Acquisitions; he will work in conjunction with Hegeman and MGM President of Worldwide Television and Acquisitions Chris Ottinger. Orion Pictures’ first film, Every Day, was released into theaters in February and grossed $6.1M.

In its heyday, Orion Classics — which launched in 1983 — released what really was considered smaller,
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Renée Zellweger, Louie Anderson, Owen Teague Lead Feature Drama ‘Heft’

Renée Zellweger, Louie Anderson, Owen Teague Lead Feature Drama ‘Heft’
Exclusive: Renée Zellweger, Louie Anderson and It‘s Owen Teague have been cast in the lead roles of Heft for director Max Nichols (Two Night Stand). Heft, based on the bestselling novel by Liz Moore of the same name, was adapted by the author. The Gotham Group’s Ellen Goldsmith-Vein and Eric Robinson, who acquired the book in the fall of 2017, are producing.

Heft is about former academic Arthur Opp (Anderson) who hasn’t left his rambling Brooklyn home in a decade. Twenty miles away, in Yonkers, 17-year-old Kel Keller (Teague) navigates life as the poor kid in a rich school and pins his hopes on what seems like a promising baseball career―if he can untangle himself from his family drama. The link between this unlikely pair is Kel’s mother Charlene, (Zellweger), a former student of Arthur’s. After nearly two decades of silence, it is Charlene’s
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‘Every Day’ Review

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Stars: Angourie Rice, Justice Smith, Jeni Ross, Lucas Jade Zumann, Rory McDonald, Katie Douglas, Jacob Batalon, Ian Alexander, Colin Ford, Jake Sim, Nicole Law, Karena Evans, Owen Teague, Maria Bello, Michael Cram | Written by Jesse Andrews | Directed by Michael Sucsy

Based on the 2012 novel by David Levithan, Every Day serves up an intriguing blend of science-fiction fantasy and Ya romance. The film’s unusual conceit comes with a side order of problematic plot points, but the script and the performances ensure that its positive central message wins out.

Directed by Michael Sucsy, the film centres on a spirit known only as “A”, who wakes up every day in a different body, a bit like Sam Beckett in TV’s Quantum Leap. The bodies are always the spirit’s age (around 16) and always within the same geographical area, and A is careful not to meddle too much in the lives of each person he inhabits.
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Every Day movie review: a slightly more challenging teen romance

MaryAnn’s quick take… It’s not as daring as its endearing protagonist, and its fantastical scenario plays out rather lifelessly. But its gentle exploration of the fluidity of human physical and emotional expression is very welcome. I’m “biast” (pro): I’m desperate for movies about girls and women

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto) women’s participation in this film

(learn more about this)

High-schooler Rhiannon (Angourie Rice: Spider-Man: Homecoming) has a new special friend: A, a soul who wakes up in a different body every day. Always someone of A’s age — also late teens — and someone in the same general geographic area, but never the same person twice. It’s Quantum Leap as a Ya romance, although unlike Dr. Samuel Beckett, who had to change something before he could leap again,
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Every Day Review

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Based on David Levithan’s New York Times Bestseller, Every Day tells the story of Rhiannon (Angourie Rice) who falls in love with “A”, a person who wakes up in a different body every day. Rhiannon and A end up finding their way to each other again and again, while dealing with the realities of their unusual relationship. Conveniently, this teen body-snatcher explains that they never wake up in a body too far away and the bodies A inhabits are always of a similar age, which thankfully eliminates some rather shady encounters.

Aimed at an adolescent audience, the film combines humour, fantasy and (a pleasant but sometimes cloying) sweetness to its characters and narrative. Every Day is a film that treads precariously between a teen flick and something that may appeal to even younger audiences; with its minimal conflict and quickly resolved drama, which many might find this verging on bland.
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Book To Film Adaptations That Will Steal Your Heart

If you find a book leaves you wanting more or you just can’t get enough of the story, then you probably love a good book-to-film adaptation. From devoted bookworms to avid cinema goers, these heart-warming narratives often have the perfect combination of romance, comedy and thought-provoking messages that are only boosted by their presence on the big screen!

To celebrate the release of Every Day, in cinemas Friday 20th April, we’re taking a look at why these novels do so well on the screen…

The Fault in Our Stars

When two teens meet at a cancer support group, it’s clear they share the same quick-wit and contempt for the conventional and quickly discover a love that takes them on a journey, both emotionally and physically, via a trip to Amsterdam to meet a beloved author. Based on John Green’s sixth novel of the same name published
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