Ernie Hudson confirms his role as Winston Zeddemore in the next “Ghostbusters” movie. Hudson announced the news on a Cameo video, directed towards a fan.
Other original cast members include Dan Aykroyd as Ray Stantz, Sigourney Weaver as Dana Bennett and Annie Potts as Janine Melnitz.
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Lionsgate has secured an action-comedy film titled “The Spoils” that was pitched by director-producer, Malcolm D. Lee, Deadline reports. The film’s production will take place through Lee’s own company, Blackmaled Productions.
The plot is centralized around a group of immigrants who conduct a heist to recover their countries’ stolen artifacts from a London museum and rightfully return the prized possessions to their homelands. Lee will be the director as Roshan Sethi and Hayley Schore will be screenplay writers.
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Talk of live-action remakes still roams, especially following the new release of the Lion King. And with Mulan set to premiere in the United States and the United Kingdom at the end of March 2020, it’s still growing.
The live-action remake starring Liu Yifei has received both praises as well as criticism for its historical and cultural accuracy, or the lack thereof. However, most recently, the film is now being criticized because of the actress’ comments.
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Tommy Davidson said animated television series “The Proud Family” will be getting revived on Disney+, a new streaming services launching later this year.
At the red carpet event for the new horror film 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, Davidson, who voiced Oscar Proud (the father of the main protagonist), confirmed that the show would be creating all-new episodes.
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Tangi Miller has created a new talk show called “Diva Talk” that will stream on Fuzion Digital Media and other platforms. The show that premieres Thursday, August 8th at 8 pm will discuss topics including beauty/cosmetics, fashion/style, products and brands.
Miller is the CEO and founder of two production companies— Olivia Entertainment and Hollywood East— which is where the talk show gets its foundation.
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American jazz singers, Blanche and Cab Calloway, childhood home, is fighting to remain erect following a rally on June 28, 2019. The community protested the demolition of the former jazz singers’ residence, requesting that it becomes preserved as a Historic National Landmark. The protest took place at noon, outside their old home in the Druid Heights section of Baltimore, MD.
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This past weekend, Hulu announced that Padma Lakshmi would be getting a show on the streaming service. The show will be Lakshmi’s first solo culinary production.
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LGBTQ+ advocacy groups are requesting the immediate halt of the birthname publication of trans-actor/actresses on IMDb. This practice is known as “deadnaming” which is the usage of a given name of someone who has changed it. Some groups supporting this stance are Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), the Transgender Law Center, and the Transcend Legal, Inc.
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Entertainment agencies in South Korea attended a specialized meeting conducted by The Military Manpower Administration (MMA) to assist with the celebrities’ military duties to the country.
On July 18, 2019, the military manpower agency hosted a meeting to notify agencies about how their clients and workers can fulfill the nation’s military service obligation. The requirement states that all South Korean men, who are able-bodied, must serve in the military for about two years.
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