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Syfy Orders George R.R. Martin’s ‘Nightflyers’ to Pilot
The network revealed they were developing the novella as a series back in May. It was previously adapted into the 1987 film of the same name. Jeff Buhler wrote the adaptation for television. The story follows eight maverick scientists and a powerful telepath who embark on an expedition to the edge of our solar system in the hopes of contacting alien life. They travel aboard The Nightflyer – a ship with a small tightknit crew and a reclusive captain. But when terrifying »
- Joe Otterson
Luke Grimes Starring in ‘Yellowstone’ With Kevin Costner (Exclusive)
The Paramount Network show is set in the largest contiguous ranch in the United States, which, despite its size, finds its borders threatened by land developers, an Indian reservation, and America’s first national park. Costner plays the ranch owner’s patriarch, while Grimes plays his youngest son, Cory.
- Brent Lang
Box Office: ‘Transformers 5’ Stumbles With $8.1 Million Thursday
“Transformers: The Last Knight” is looking very creaky as it lumbers towards its opening weekend.
The fifth film in the robots series picked up $8.1 million on Thursday, bringing its domestic gross to $23.7 million after two days of release. At this pace, “Transformers: The Last Knight” will just top $60 million in the the first five days of its release. That’s a dramatic slide from the $100 million that the most recent installment, “Transformers: Age of Extinction” racked up over its first three days of release when it hit theaters in 2014.
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It’s also a sign that the long-running franchise, which kicked off a decade ago, may be showing its age. It joins the likes of “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” and “Alien: Covenant” in the ranks of film series that are running out of steam this summer.
Like the previous films, this “Transformers” is directed by Michael Bay. It brings back “Age of Extinction” star Mark Wahlberg and pairs him with Anthony Hopkins. “The Last Knight” pits humans versus robots, with Wahlberg and Hopkins searching the Transformers’ secret history for clues to save the world. This being a Bay film, there’s a healthy amount of visual bombast.
The muted response is bad news for Paramount. The studio could use a hit after suffering a string of bombs such as “Ghost in the Shell” and “Baywatch.”
With domestic audiences cooling on the film, “The Last Knight” will lean heavily on foreign crowds. To that end, the film opens in 41 international markets beginning Friday. They include such heavy-hitting territories as China, the United Kingdom, Russia, Australia, Germany, and Korea.
All those action didn’t come cheap. The film carries a hefty $217 million price tag.
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- Brent Lang
‘Downton Abbey’ Movie Aims for Production in 2018
The much anticipated “Downton Abbey” movie project is moving forward, with the big screen adaptation of the period series set to head into production next year.
The series, which follows the lives of an aristocratic English family, ended its six season run on ITV in the U.K. and PBS in the U.S. in 2015 and 2016 respectively, and the producer of the show, Carnival Films, and its studio owner, NBCUniversal, have frequently spoken about making a “Downton” movie.
- Stewart Clarke
Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham Turned a Battle With Breast Cancer Into a Hilarious Sitcom Season
Also, why Zach Woods is hot and very strange. »
- Jesse David Fox
This Week’s Hollywood Red Carpets and Parties (Photos)
This week’s Hollywood red carpets and parties include Netflix’s “Glow” premiere and HBO’s “The Defiant Ones” party. »
- Jacob Bryant
Matt Lauer Recreates Famous Tom Cruise ‘Glib’ Interview With Andy Cohen
It’s been 12 years since Tom Cruise lectured Matt Lauer about antidepressants and psychiatry during a now-infamous interview. To commemorate that notorious interaction, Andy Cohen, host of “What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” recreated the cringe-worthy scene with Lauer as the lead of Cruise.
Before recreating the scene for Clubhouse Playhouse, Lauer emphasized, “I like Tom Cruise. We have a good relationship. We have a good friendship. It was just one little moment, okay?”
Lauer wore a Tom Cruise wig and Cohen acted as the “Today” host as they took turns reading lines from the interview in front of a green screen: “Matt, »
- Dixie Limbachia
‘Will & Grace’ revival: How they’ll solve problem of that time jump in the finale?
This fall’s reboot of “Will & Grace” has been at the top of our must-see TV list ever since it was announced earlier this spring. While we knew that the Emmy-winning cast — Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally — were all coming back for more merriment we weren’t sure if they would address the […] »
- Paul Sheehan
Dr. Luke’s Defamation Case Against Kesha’s Mother Has Been Dismissed
Pebe Sebert and the producer issued a joint statement. »
- Jackson McHenry
DJ Khaled’s Grateful and 6 Other Albums to Listen to Now
- Vulture Editors
Lena Dunham and Her Famous Friends Want You to Call Senators and Defend Planned Parenthood (Video)
Numerous A-list celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence, Jon Hamm and Lena Dunham are defending Planned Parenthood in a new video asking Americans to contact senators and urge them to protect the women’s healthcare organization. Brie Larson, Amy Poehler, Judd Apatow, Elisabeth Moss, Alison Brie, Andrew Rannells, Aubrey Plaza, Kate Walsh and Suki Waterhouse are among the other celebrities featured in the video. It is a reaction to the Senate’s recently released version of President Trump’s healthcare bill, which includes a provision to defund Planned Parenthood. “This is nothing more than a blatantly political attempt to do whatever it »
- Brian Flood
‘All Eyez on Me’ Sparks Copyright Lawsuit Over Tupac Articles
Jada Pinkett Smith isn’t the only one who isn’t thrilled about the new Tupac Shakur biopic “All Eyez on Me.” Lionsgate, Morgan Creek Productions and others have been slapped with a copyright infringement lawsuit filed by Kevin Powell, who alleges that the film infringes on a series of articles he wrote about Shakur for Vibe magazine in the 1990s. The suit cites a June interview given by “All Eyez on Me” producer L.T. Hutton, in which Hutton allegedly stated that “all of the interviews” of Tupac Shakur were used to make the film. Also Read: 3 Reasons 'All Eyez on Me' Beat. »
- Tim Kenneally
‘The Gilmore Girls’ will be back if Lauren Graham gets her way
After a nine-year hiatus, “The Gilmore Girls” returned last fall with four 90-minute episodes that streamed on Netflix. Presented under the umbrella title of “A Year in the Life,” these telefilms caught fans up with the lives of Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory Gilmore (Alexis Biedel) and dealt with the death of family patriarch Richard […] »
- Paul Sheehan
James Corden and Seth Rogen Deliver Pizza to Unsuspecting L.A. Residents
Thursday’s “Late Late Show” sketch “Mystery Pizza Box” did, however, come with a catch. The comedic duo offered customers a choice between sticking with the pizza they’ve ordered, from L.A.’s own Prime Pizza, or taking whatever was in the mystery pizza box.
All three deliveries chose the latter option — with “prizes” ranging from a box with a heaping portion of marinara sauce, front-row seats to an impromptu wrestling match, and an epic Instagram-worthy birthday party. »
- Rebecca Rubin
DirecTV Now Giving Free Month to Best Buy Customers
At&T’s DirecTV Now has been going hard after cord-cutting millennials in an increasingly crowded streaming TV marketplace and announced a new sweetener Friday, offering a free month of the service’s basic plan for anyone who buys a cable box replacement at Best Buy. Starting Sunday, Best Buy customers who pick up one of several applicable streaming devices either online or in-store, including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku Premiere and Google Chromecast, will receive one free month of DirecTV Now’s “Live a Little” package, which usually costs $35 a month. “Live a Little,” the cheapest offering from »
- Matt Pressberg
Here’s Your Guide to the Very Complicated Mythology of the Transformers Universe
Refreshing your memory on everything from Energon cubes to to Dinobots. »
- Jordan Crucchiola
Hurry up, Emmy voters: Nominations ballots due by June 26
Even though the Emmy Awards aren’t handed out until September, the nominations phase ends in just four days. The 21,000 voting members of the TV academy have only until Monday (June 26) at 10 p.m. Pt to cast their ballots online. While their counterparts in the motion picture academy had 336 films to consider for […] »
- Paul Sheehan
Glow Recap: Ring My Belle
The table is set for Ruth and Debbie to blow up as on-camera rivals. »
- Kenny Herzog
‘Okja': iPic Theaters to Offer Vegetarian-Only Menu for Netflix Movie
Netflix and iPic Theaters have teamed up to offer an all-vegetarian menu for screenings of “Okja,” Bong Joon Ho’s Cannes favorite about a giant pig and the young girl who loves the creature. “Okja” centers on Mija, a defiant child who attempts to rescue her best friend — an enormous but seemingly gentle pig-like creature named Okja — from the clutches of a large corporation that wants to harm her. Also Read: 'Okja' Star Tilda Swinton on How Ivanka Trump Inspired Her Role as 'Daughter of a Different Dubious Dynasty' The menu will offer an array of meatless dishes, »
- Ashley Eady
Sam Heughan (‘Outlander’): Caitriona Balfe and I love to ‘go at it with each other’ [Watch]
“Outlander” fans still have a while longer to wait for the sweeping romance to return to Starz. It’s back this September — 14 months after the end of season two last July. So while you wait, travel back through time with the star of the series, Sam Heughan, for a Friday flashback. He sat down […] »
- Daniel Montgomery
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