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‘Fantastic Beasts’ Trailer: A Few Lessons From The Wizarding Community Of New York

Warner Bros has conjured up the final trailer for Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, the next big-screen take on the Wizarding World created by JK Rowling. The David Yates-directed pic is due out November 18 with Eddie Redmayne as preeminent "magizoologist" Newt Scamander. Show More Summary

Hollywood Pays Tribute To Nobel Peace Prize Winner Shimon Peres

President Barack Obama led the tributes by to former Israeli Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres who died at 93 following a massive stroke two weeks ago. "A light has gone out, but the hope he gave us will burn forever." —@POTUS...Show More Summary

Trevor Noah Goes After Donald Trump Over Debate Crack About Third-World Airports

Trevor Noah’s The Daily Show was among several late-night programs that went live after the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but Noah’s show seemed to do it most ambitiously. The Daily Show seemed to have the most opening material reacting to the actual debate. Show More Summary

‘The 13th’ Trailer: Ava DuVernay Docu Tackles Institutionalized Racism & Mass Incarceration

Netflix has dropped the trailer for Ava DuVernay's documentary The 13th, which was chosen as to open the New York Film Festival on Friday, becoming the first ever nonfiction feature to do so. “It was an enormous burden on the Black community...Show More Summary

John Oliver Grades Donald Trump Scandals On Eve Of First Debate With Hillary Clinton

Making his return to HBO after winning the Emmy for Best Variety Talk Series on the eve of the 2016 first presidential debate – forecast to be watched by about 100M people –  John Oliver took a long look at the scandal history of the...Show More Summary

Marvel’s ‘Luke Cage’ Trailer: Luke Takes It To The Streets

Netflix has dropped the second trailer for its anticipated original series Marvel’s Luke Cage ahead of its September 30 debut. After a sabotaged experiment leaves him with super strength and unbreakable skin, Luke Cage (Mike Colter) becomes a fugitive trying to rebuild his life in modern day Harlem, New York City. Show More Summary

Rolling Stone Sells 49% Stake To BandLab; ‘Great British Bake Off’ Could See BBC Launch Rival Show — Global Briefs

Rolling Stone has sold a 49% stake of the iconic American pop culture magazine to Singapore-based social music company BandLab Technologies. Wenner Media, the magazine's parent company, announced the deal over the weekend. Terms have not been disclosed but the investment does not include ownership in Wenner Media. Show More Summary

UTA Vs. CAA Agent-Poaching Lawsuit Pause Button Hit By Judge Officially

EXCLUSIVE: The lawyers on both sides were starting to sweat a bit but nearly a month after almost formally ruling on whether to halt the court battle between the uber-agencies over the Spring 2015 poaching of  five senior CAA comedy agents and many of their clients by UTA, the judge has now made her move – and its 2-0 for CAA, for now. L.A. Show More Summary

Ghost Story Pic ‘The Lodgers’ Sets Lead Cast As Production Begins In Ireland

EXCLUSIVE: Art imitates life and vice versa as filming has begun on Epic Pictures Group’s gothic horror story The Lodgers. Directed by Brian O’Malley (Let Us Prey) from a script by David Turpin, the film stars Game of Thrones and Harry Potter alum David Bradley, fellow Game of Thrones vet Eugene Simon, Bill Milner, Charlotte Vega and Moe Dunford. Show More Summary

‘Black Panther’ Finds Another Villain: Winston Duke To Play M’Baku/Man-Ape

Marvel looks to be throwing everything and the kitchen sink into Black Panther, with Person of Interest vet Winston Duke signing on to play M’Baku – otherwise known as Man-Ape – in the super hero pic set for release February 16, 2018. Show More Summary

Fox Buys ‘The Underlings’ Legal Dramedy From ‘Hart of Dixie’ Creator

Fourteen years after the end of Ally McBeal, Fox is returning to the legal dramedy arena with another female-centered young ensemble. The network has given a script commitment plus penalty to The Underlings, from Hart of Dixie creator...Show More Summary

Nancy Pelosi To Host Congressional Screening Of Gun Violence Documentary

In the homestretch of a heated election season where gun laws and regulations have been the at the forefront of discussion, Robert Greenwald’s documentary Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and the NRA is set for a congressional screening led by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Show More Summary

Andrea Tantaros’ Shrink Backs Sexual Harassment Claims Against Roger Ailes & Fox News

The battle between Andrea Tantaros and Fox News Channel and Roger Ailes just took a detour from the courts to the shrink's couch and back again today. In filings by the ex-The Five co-host's lawyer Wednesday to stop the multi-million...Show More Summary

ABC Nabs Political Family Comedy Starring Felicity Huffman From Kenya Barris & Vijal Patel With Big Commitment

EXCLUSIVE: In one of the biggest half-hour sales so far this season, ABC has landed a family comedy from Black-ish creator/executive producer Kenya Barris and co-executive producer Vijal Patel, which has Emmy winner Felicity Huffman attached to star and executive produce. Show More Summary

‘Angry Birds’ Helmer Clay Kaytis Aligned With Amblin’s ‘The Lunch Witch’

EXCLUSIVE: Amblin Partners has acquired Deb Lucke’s YA novel The Lunch Witch, with Angry Birds co-director Clay Kaytis attached to make his live-action directing debut. Michael De Luca is producing. They will set a writer quickly. The...Show More Summary

‘The Magicians’ Casts Christopher Gorham; ‘Outcast’ Adds C. Thomas Howell

Ugly Betty alum Christopher Gorham is set for a recurring role on the second season of Syfy’s The Magicians. Based on the bestselling novels from Lev Grossman, The Magicians centers on Quentin (Jason Ralph), a brilliant grad student chosen to attend Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, a secret upstate New York university specializing in magic. Show More Summary

Nancy Travis Cast In ‘Bernard And Huey’; Jonathan Baker To Co-Star In ‘Inconceivable’

Nancy Travis has been tapped as the lead in Bernard and Huey, written by Pulitzer-winning satirist and screenwriter Jules Feiffer. Based on Feiffer’s comic strip characters, the Dan Mirvish-directed pic follows two old friends and aShow More Summary

‘Imaginary Mary’ Order Trimmed By ABC

ABC has cut the order for midseason live-action/CGI-hybrid comedy series Imaginary Mary to nine episodes (pilot plus eight), from its original 13-episode order. The pilot, from The Goldbergs team of Adam F. Goldberg, David GuarascioShow More Summary

Hollywood Mourns Death Of Soap Opera Icon Agnes Nixon

Refresh for updates… Today’s death of One Life to Live and All My Children creator Agnes Nixon is a huge blow to the soap opera world, as evidenced by the outpouring of tributes from Hollywood and beyond. Here a sampling of remembrances from...Show More Summary

‘Westworld’ Review: HBO’s Violent Epic More ‘Grand Theft Auto’ Than ‘Game Of Thrones’

With Game Of Thrones set to end after its eighth season in 2018 and Vinyl flaming out quicker than a one-hit wonder, HBO really needs an epic on its slate. After much revamping and reshooting plus full-tilt promotion, the premium cabler just may have found its future in Westworld. Show More Summary

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