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‘Rust’ Set Safety Bills Stall in California Legislature

Two bills intended to strengthen safety on California movie sets stalled in the state legislature on Thursday, after Hollywood unions and major studios failed to agree on the best approach. Both bills — SB 829 and SB 831 — came in response to the shooting last October on the set …read more

‘Hunt’ Review: Trust No One in This Unpredictable Korean Spy-vs.-Spy Game

On Oct. 26, 1979, South Korean president Park Chung-hee was assassinated by the chief of the Korean Central Intelligence Agency — a coup that ended the autocrat’s 16-year grip on a country that has wrestled with corruption and scandal ever since. The still-mysterious circumstances of that inside job (which inspired …read more

‘Money Heist Korea’ Trailer Dropped by Netflix Ahead of June Release

A crew of thieves including Tokyo, an ex-soldier, unite under the leadership of a mastermind known as the Professor to plan an unprecedented heist – stealing money yet to exist! If that sounds familiar, it should. The twist is that Netflix hit series La Casa De Papel (Money Heist) has been …read more

Renée Zellweger Says ‘The Thing About Pam’ Prosthetics Caused Her to Break Out in Rashes

Judy Greer admits seeing Renée Zellweger for the first time in full makeup, prosthetics and wardrobe as convicted murderer Pam Hupp while shooting “The Thing About Pam” presented a a unique set of challenges. “We both looked at each other and started laughing,” Greer, who plays controversial prosecutor Leah Askey …read more

PhilmCo Media Backs ‘1660 Vine’ Movie Musical About Social Media Influencers

Sixth months after Peter Samuelson and Jonathan Prince launched PhilmCo Media, the production banner is gearing up its first project “1660 Vine,” a musical film that producers hope to adapt as a Broadway show. “1660 Vine,” follows a group of influencers who move into a Hollywood apartment complex to help …read more

‘The Umbrella Academy’ Season 3 Trailer Introduces Sparrow Academy, Mysterious Kugelblitz

In Season 3 of “The Umbrella Academy,” the gifted Hargreeves siblings have found a new foe in the rival Sparrow Academy, which took their place during a time traveling mission to save the world. Netflix dropped the official trailer Thursday, giving fans a look at the insanity to come, including …read more

Marielle Heller to Direct Amy Adams in ‘Nightbitch,’ Searchlight Sets Hulu Debut

Searchlight Pictures has acquired worldwide rights to Annapurna’s “Nightbitch,” with six-time Oscar-nominee Amy Adams set to star. Marielle Heller wrote and will direct the film adaptation of Rachel Yoder’s acclaimed debut novel. The movie, described as a “darkly comic neo-horror,” is currently in pre-production, with a scheduled production start this …read more

NBC News Veteran Pete Williams to Sign Off After Nearly Three Decades

Pete Williams is getting ready to sign off from NBC News after a nearly three-decade-long career. Before he goes, however, he may just have to report on one of the most consequential national stories in recent memory. Williams, who has covered the U.S. Department of Justice and the Supreme Court …read more

Marvin Josephson, Founder of ICM Partners, Dies at 95

Marvin Josephson, founder of ICM Partners, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 95 years old. A cause of death was not immediately available. Born on March 6, 1927 in Atlantic City, N.J., Josephson was raised by immigrant parents. After serving in the U.S. Navy during the twilight of World …read more

‘The Masked Singer’ Finale Reveals Identities of Firefly, Ringmaster and Prince: Here’s Who Won Season 7

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read ahead if you have not watched Season 7, Episode 10, of “The Masked Singer,” “Season Finale: I’m Team Good, Thanks for Masking,” which aired May 18 on Fox. It came down to a battle of the Good in the season finale of “The Masked Singer” …read more