Mark Hamill thanks Peyton Reed for “Unexpected Opportunity” to reprise Luke Skywalker in “The Mandalorian” finale – Deadline

The MandalorianSeason two of the season ended almost a month ago, but the buzz and excitement surrounding the finale continues to play out well into the New Year. Directed by The ant Man coxswain Peyton Reed, The Mandalorian season two finale sees new faces from the Star wars the franchise comes with the classic characters […]

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Liv Tyler Reveals Coronavirus Diagnosis, Says Disease “F with Your Body and Mind Alike” – Deadline

Former 9-1-1: lone star Leader Liv Tyler has revealed she contracted the coronavirus just before the New Year. In an Instagram post shared on Friday, the actress said she tested positive on New Years Eve and described her experience with Covid-19 to help share information and let others know they are not. alone to fight […]

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Netflix wins big with ‘Crip Camp’, ‘John was trying to contact aliens’ at IDA Awards – Deadline

Camp Crip, the Netflix documentary about a unique summer camp for children with disabilities and its role in the disability rights movement, won Best Feature Film at the International Documentary Association’s IDA Awards, in Something Upset . The film directed by Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht (the latter attended titular camp as a teenager) also […]

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WWE Moves Wrestlemania 37 To Tampa, Announces Dallas And LA For Events – Deadline

WWE has announced the locations of its next Wrestlemania events, opening their eyes to Tampa Bay, Dallas and Los Angeles for 2021-2023. Wrestlemania 37 will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida. The two-day event, which took place April 10 and 11, was originally scheduled to take place at SoFi Stadium in […]

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Emmy-nominated editor for ‘Key & Peele’ was 43 – Deadline

Neil Mahoney, known for editing a number of projects, including Comedy Central’s Drunk story and Key and Peele, is dead. He was 43 years old The writer-producer died suddenly on January 7 at his home in Echo Park. Friend and comedian Jonah Ray announced Mahoney’s death on January 10 with an Instagram post. “He was […]

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Fox’s “Game Of Talents” to pair with “The Masked Singer”; Variety Show Gets Premiere Date, Promo – Deadline

Fox is creating a full night of mystery variety shows in March. During a football match on Saturday, the channel released a teaser for its new reality series Talent game (watch it above). He revealed that the mystery talent show will premiere in March and air Wednesdays at 9 p.m., behind the Fox flagship. The […]

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LA exceeds 1 million cases of coronavirus; Officials identify first case of British strain – Deadline

Los Angeles County, which has become the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, has reached its darkest milestone, as officials confirm more than a million total cases of Covid-19. The county continues its trend of at least 100,000 new cases every week, with Los Angeles registering a total of 1,003,923 cases to date. Saturday’s figures confirm […]

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Lisa Kudrow Says Friends Reunion ‘Definitely’ Underway For HBO Max – Deadline

Lisa Kudrow revealed more details on the planned friends reunion for HBO Max during an interview with Rob Lowe. During Lowe’s literally! podcast, Kudrow revealed that the project is already underway and is looking to start filming “early, early spring.” the Booksmart the actress doubled down on a clue that Matthew Perry had given up […]

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‘Baked Alaska’ Social Media Activist Caught Over Capitol Raid – Deadline

A social media activist and former Buzzfeed columnist who once worked for Warner Bros. Records and Warped Tour was shut down in connection with the January 6 protests on Capitol Hill. Social media activist Tom Gionet (better known by his more colorful nickname, Baked Alaska) was arrested in Houston by the FBI on Saturday for […]

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Todd McCarthy on Pedro Almodovar’s ‘The Human Voice’ – Deadline

It immediately says something about the differences between Jean Cocteau’s brilliant 1928 dramatic monologue Human voice – as first screened in 1948 by Roberto Rossellini with the immortal Anna Magnani – and the new version of Pedro Almodovar with Tilda Swinton, that the latter features six costume changes in the first six minutes, while the […]

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