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    'It 2' Repeats at #1, 'Hustlers' Exceeds Expectations & 'The Goldfinch' Flies into a Wall

    'It 2' Repeats at #1, 'Hustlers' Exceeds Expectations & 'The Goldfinch' Flies into a Wall
    It was a mixed bag of a weekend for Warner Bros. which saw It: Chapter Two deliver a strong hold and retain the weekend's #1 spot at the box office, but their new release, The Goldfinch, bombed, delivering one of the worst openings ever for a wide release. Alternatively, STXfilms's Hustlers exploded out of the gates with the studio's largest opening in its five year history as well as star Jennifer Lopez's largest live-action opening of all-time. With an estimated $40.7 million, WB and New Line's It: Chapter Two topped the weekend for the second week in a row, dipping just -55% compared to its opening weekend and pushing the film's domestic cume over $153 million after ten days in release. In addition to that, the horror sequel added another $47 million internationally this weekend for a global tally that now stands at $323.3 million. That total includes a $4.7 million #1 opening in France while
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    Norman Lear Breaks an Emmy Record, Becomes the Oldest Winner Ever

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    Norman Lear Breaks an Emmy Record, Becomes the Oldest Winner Ever
    Norman Lear was already one of the most-honored people in television history, but now he has another distinction to add to his long career: At 97 years and 49 days, he’s the oldest person ever to win an Emmy Award.

    Asked about the achievement, he said backstage at the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday: “I don’t think about it a lot,” and quipped, “I like waking up in the morning.”

    Lear set the record on Saturday as one of the producers of “Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s ‘All in the Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons.'” The ABC program, which included live peformances of episodes from two of Lear’s seminal 1970s comedies, won in the Outstanding Variety Special (Live) category.

    Also Read: Creative Arts Emmy Emmys, Day 1: Complete List of Winners (Updating Live)

    Jimmy Kimmel, who produced the show with Lear, was asked what
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    Creative Arts Emmys: ‘Free Solo,’ ‘Queer Eye’ Among Big Winners on Night 1 (Full List)

    Creative Arts Emmys: ‘Free Solo,’ ‘Queer Eye’ Among Big Winners on Night 1 (Full List)
    “Free Solo,” “Queer Eye,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and “Saturday Night Live” were among the big winners Saturday after the first night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

    Free Solo,” the National Geographic feature documentary that already claimed the Oscar earlier this year, lead the field on the night largely devoted to unscripted programming with seven big wins. On Sunday, the remaining Creative Arts Emmys will be handed out for shows largely in the scripted genre.

    RuPaul earned his fourth consecutive trophy as reality host for his work out front on VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race.
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    Jane Lynch and Cyndi Lauper Netflix Series in the Works, Lynch Says

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    Jane Lynch and Cyndi Lauper Netflix Series in the Works, Lynch Says
    Jane Lynch spilled the beans about a brand-new show with singer Cyndi Lauper that she just sold to Netflix.

    “I pitched a show to Netflix and they bought it, so that’s nice. I don’t know if I can talk about it, but I’ll tell you it’s with Cyndi Lauper, so there,” Lynch said backstage in the press room at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys Sunday. “We’ll see. It’s just a day at a time for me. I enjoy the moment.”

    When pressed for more details, Lynch hesitatingly relented: “I wonder if I should. I don’t think I can,” she said, adding, “I know, I did. We’re our age, which you know, I’m almost 60 and [Lauper is] 65, and we’re looking for our next act without having husbands or children. And there will be two other folks in it who haven’t been cast yet.
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    Bradley Whitford Wins 2019 Guest Drama Actor Emmy

    Bradley Whitford Wins 2019 Guest Drama Actor Emmy
    Bradley Whitford won the 2019 guest drama actor Emmy for his role of Commander Joseph Lawrence on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.”

    Whitford joined the cast of the streaming dystopian series at the end of its second season, in episodes that were released after the close of the 2018 Emmy eligibility window. The Television Academy agreed they could be submitted this year, and that decision now sees him picking up his third total trophy from the group. He previously won the supporting drama actor statue in 2001 for his work on “The West Wing” and the guest comedy actor one in 2015 for his turn on “Transparent.
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    Kellyanne Conway Blasts Background Check Supporters to Deflect From Trump’s About Face

    On Sunday, White House counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway attempted to deflect attention from President Donald Trump, who once again backtracked after voicing support for background checks. Conway told Fox News, “We’re not going to allow bad actors who should not have firearms in the first place to be the excuse for a bunch of liberals and socialists to confiscate firearms from law-abiding citizens who have legally procured them.”

    Conway continued, “I’m not going to allow people who are constantly maligning and deriding our law enforcement to
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    TV Review: ‘Transparent’ Series Finale

    Amazon’s “Transparent” will have a chapter, or a section of one, in some to-be-written history of television, in part thanks to how brazen and how daring its ideas were for its moment. Some of those were ideas that came to seem simply logical in retrospect: The show was a pathbreaker for trans representation onscreen, casting trans performers to play characters whose journeys they shared. This came years before FX’s more polished “Pose,” and represents a meaningful step forward; it’s “Transparent’s” legacy, and a good one.

    Others of the show’s choices — its assertiveness in moving its characters in radical new decisions,
    See full article at Variety - TV News »

    Jane Lynch Wins 2019 Guest Comedy Actress Emmy

    Jane Lynch Wins 2019 Guest Comedy Actress Emmy
    Jane Lynch has been crowned the winner of the 2019 guest comedy actress Emmy for her role of comic Sophie Lennon on Amazon Prime Video’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

    This was Lynch’s second consecutive nomination for the role but first win. However, it is her fifth Emmy overall, after winning a short form statue in 2017, as well as reality host trophies for “Hollywood Game Night” in 2014 and 2015, and a supporting comedy actress statue for “Glee” in 2010.

    This year, Lynch was nominated alongside a duo of “Saturday Night Live” hosts in Sandra Oh and Emma Thompson, a duo of “Fleabag
    See full article at Variety - TV News »

    ‘State of the Union’ Wasn’t Even Nominated at First, But Wins Short-Form Series Emmy

    ‘State of the Union’ Wasn’t Even Nominated at First, But Wins Short-Form Series Emmy
    “State of the Union” was initially snubbed for an Emmy nomination as outstanding short-form comedy or drama series — but it wound up winning the award itself on Sunday night.

    The SundanceTV short, which starred Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd as a couple meeting in a pub before couples counseling — and discussing their troubled marriage — ran for ten, 10-minute episodes in May. The short aired both on SundanceTV as a week-long 10 p.m. strip, and also on SundanceTV.com and the SundanceTV app.

    Not only did “State of the Union” win in the key short-form series category, but Pike won
    See full article at Variety - TV News »

    Ric Ocasek, Cars Singer Who Fused Pop and New Wave, Dead at 75

    Ric Ocasek, Cars Singer Who Fused Pop and New Wave, Dead at 75
    Ric Ocasek, the idiosyncratic singer and guitarist for the Cars and hit-making album producer, died on Sunday in his New York City apartment. He was 75. A rep for the NYPD confirmed the singer’s death to Rolling Stone.

    At approximately 3 p.m. Et, police officers responded to a 911 call at Ocasek’s home at 140 E. 19th Street, the rep said. Officers discovered Ocasek unconscious and unresponsive. He was later pronounced dead at the scene, though no cause of death has been revealed. A rep for the New York City Office
    See full article at Rolling Stone »

    New ‘Masked Singer’ Season 2 Costume Unveiled – Meet Penguin

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    New ‘Masked Singer’ Season 2 Costume Unveiled – Meet Penguin
    The Masked Singer” revealed another one of its Season 2 contestants during the show’s special Sunday, meaning there is just one more to go before we have the complete lineup for the Fox celebrity singing competition’s second year. And this one is the most dapper we’ve seen so far.

    Tonight’s hour-long sneak-peek was used to, among other things, introduce viewers to Penguin, who you can meet in the tweet below. The black-and-white bird is the 15th Season 2 costume to be unveiled ahead of the show’s Sept. 25 return, with the others being Panda, Butterfly, Egg, Leopard, Flamingo, Skeleton, Fox, Eagle, Ice Cream, Tree, Rottweiler, Black Widow, Flower and Thingamajig.

    “Masked Singer” panelist Jenny McCarthy is co-hosting Fox’s Emmy red carpet coverage next Sunday, which the network says will include the reveal of No. 16 of the 16 costumes.

    Also Read: 'Masked Singer' Season 2 Gets Anthony Anderson, Triumph the
    See full article at The Wrap »

    Did Emmy Voters Just Troll Megan Amram and ‘An Emmy for Megan?’

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    Did Emmy Voters Just Troll Megan Amram and ‘An Emmy for Megan?’
    Megan Amram, who created the tongue-in-cheek short-form series “An Emmy for Megan” for the express purpose of winning an Emmy, has failed to win an Emmy for the show for the second year in a row.

    But the way in which she lost in the Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama Series category this year may have a particular sting to it — because Television Academy voters gave the prize to Nick Hornby’s series “State of the Union,” a show that wouldn’t even have been nominated if it weren’t for “An Emmy for Megan.”

    One of the episodes in the first season of “An Emmy for Megan” in 2018 specifically pointed out that the Academy didn’t have any rules about minimum length for a short-form episode. That episode lasted less than 30 seconds — and after last year’s Emmys, the Academy changed its rules to require that short-form series
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    Primetime Creative Arts Emmys, Day 2: Complete List of Winners (Updating Live)

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    Primetime Creative Arts Emmys, Day 2: Complete List of Winners (Updating Live)
    After setting a new record for the most nominations a series has ever received in a single year, “Game of Thrones” dominated the 2019 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys, which are being handed out on Sunday evening in downtown Los Angeles.

    The final season of the epic HBO series won awards for casting, music, main-title design, picture editing, sound mixing and sound editing, makeup, costumes, visual effects and stunt coordination — though perhaps surprisingly, it was beaten by “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” for cinematography.

    TheWrap will update the winners as they are announced.

    Jane Lynch won the award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” the fourth different show for which Lynch has won an Emmy.

    Bradley Whitford won the Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series award for the “Postpartum” episode of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” It is Whitford’s third Emmy, following awards for “The West Wing” and “Transparent.
    See full article at The Wrap »

    Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners List (Updating Live)

    Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners List (Updating Live)
    The second half of the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards are being presented this evening at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Variety will update the winners list live as the trophies are handed out.

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    'Awards Chatter' Podcast —?Tom Hanks ('A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood')

    'Awards Chatter' Podcast —?Tom Hanks ('A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood')
    Everyone knows and loves Tom Hanks. Indeed, his filmography is as packed with familiar films as that of anyone working today — among them, 1988's Big, 1992's A League of Their Own, 1993's Philadelphia and Sleepless in Seattle, 1994's Forrest Gump, 1995's Apollo 13 and Toy Story, 1998's Saving Private Ryan and You've Got Mail, 1999's The Green Mile, 2000's Cast Away, 2002's Road to Perdition, 2011's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, 2013's Captain Phillips, 2015's Bridge of Spies, 2016's Sully and 2017's The Post.

    Hanks, 63, won back-to-back best actor Oscars for Philadelphia and Forrest Gump, and was a finalist in that category for ...
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    Toronto: 'Joker,' 'Knives Out' Star Chris Evans Dominated Twitter During Festival

    Toronto Film Festival chatter on Twitter during the 2019 edition was dominated by Hollywood's early award season contenders, Twitter Canada said Sunday.

    Twitter conversations during Tiff's Sept. 5 -15 run made Todd Phillips' Joker, Joaquin Phoenix's take on the Batman villain that scored the top prize in Venice, the most mentioned movie title in Toronto, the social media site reported.

    The film rankings from Toronto was followed by Lorene Scafaria’s Hustlers, which stars Jennifer Lopez and Cardi B and was released theatrically this weekend, in second place, and Kristen Stewart's Seberg in third.

    And the most ...
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    Hasan Minhaj on ‘Winnable’ Student Loan Issue, 2020 Presidential Candidates

    Hasan Minhaj on ‘Winnable’ Student Loan Issue, 2020 Presidential Candidates
    Fresh off testifying at the first-ever Us House Committee on Financial Services hearing on the student loan crisis, Hasan Minhaj used his platform at the Tribeca TV Festival on Sunday to continue the discussion around the issue that he says affects 44 million people in America.

    “This is a huge problem,” the comedian and host of “Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj” said. “Our generation was told you got to go to college. College is not a debatable thing. So we did this thing out of self-betterment. And now people with student loan debt are treated like deadbeats.”

    Minhaj, who had been
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    Advantage, ‘Jojo Rabbit’: Here’s What Happens After the Tiff Audience Award

    Advantage, ‘Jojo Rabbit’: Here’s What Happens After the Tiff Audience Award
    The morning after “Jojo Rabbit” made its world premiere in Toronto, Taika Waititi, the 44-year-old New Zealand actor-writer-director, was understandably confused. His movie played through the roof with audiences who cheered his lighthearted but serious fable about a lonely young Nazi enthusiast (Roman Griffin Davis) and his imaginary friend Hitler (Waititi), who finds himself fighting for dominance with a young Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) hidden by his activist mother (Scarlett Johansson) behind a wall in his house.

    But the day after its debut the film was hovering around 50 on Metacritic. That’s why figuring out the Oscar potential for this movie is dicey. You don’t have to have critical acclaim to win an Oscar. Look at “Bohemian Rhapsody” last year (Metacritic: 49). But that was a worldwide $893 million blockbuster based on the enormous appeal of Queen and Freddie Mercury. The Oscar win went to Rami Malek.

    While “Jojo Rabbit” may play well to Academy voters,
    See full article at Thompson on Hollywood »

    Ash Ketchum’s First Pokemon League Title Has Fans Going Crazy

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    Ash Ketchum’s First Pokemon League Title Has Fans Going Crazy
    It’s the anime equivalent of LeBron winning his first ring or Scorsese winning his first Oscar. After 22 years on the air, the long-running “Pokemon” anime series gave fans what they’ve always wanted, as Ash Ketchum finally won his first Pokemon league title Sunday.

    For decades, Ash has traveled through the various regions of the world of Pokemon with his buddy Pikachu, meeting friends and foiling the plots of Team Rocket. Along the way, he has caught dozens of Pokemon and competed in six regional league tournaments, but every time he has fallen short. He did bring a trophy back to his home in Pallet Town way back in 1999 by winning all four badges in the Orange League, but that league did not have a full tournament.

    Ash’s constant setbacks have been praised for teaching kids how to learn and grow from failure, but longtime fans have been
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    Melissa Joan Hart, Sean Astin Comedy ‘No Good Nick’ Canceled at Netflix

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    Netflix has cancelled the Melissa Joan Hart and Sean Astin comedy “No Good Nick” after just one season, individuals with knowledge of the cancellation tell TheWrap.

    The multi-camera followed 13-year-old Nick, short for Nicole, who infiltrates a family with the intention to get revenge on them for unknowingly ruining her life. As she gets to know the family, she will find compassion for them and will struggle with whether or not she can ultimately go through with the plan.

    Hart played the career mom to Astin’s knuckle-headed dad, with Siena Agudong (Nickelodeon’s “Star Falls”) as Nick. It also starred Lauren Lindsey Donzis and Kalama Epstein, who are also veteran child actors.

    Also Read: Melissa Joan Hart Cast in 'The Casagrandes' in First Return to Nickelodeon Since 'Clarissa Explains It All'

    Netflix split the show’s 20 episodes in two, with 10 having aired starting April 15, and 10 airing starting Aug.
    See full article at The Wrap »
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