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            New ‘Tron’ Movie Lands ‘Lion’ Helmer Garth Davis as Director

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            New ‘Tron’ Movie Lands ‘Lion’ Helmer Garth Davis as Director
            Disney’s plans for a third ‘Tron’ movie just got big software update.

            Garth Davis, who made his feature directing debut with 2016’s fact-based drama “Lion,” has signed on to direct a new “Tron” movie for the studio, Variety has confirmed. The new film, however, will not be a direct sequel to 2010’s “Tron: Legacy” and 1982’s “Tron,” but chart its own path as a new installment in the franchise.

            Jared Leto, who signed onto the project in 2017, is attached to star, as well as produce with Justin Springer and Emma Ludbrook. Jesse Wigutow wrote the latest version of the script, which remains in development at Disney; the project does not have a greenlight.

            The original “Tron” was a box office disappointment when it opened in the summer of 1982, but its groundbreaking use of computer graphic imagery — to capture the story of a programmer (Jeff Bridges) who gets zapped inside
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            Aamir Khan’s ‘Forrest Gump’ Remake For Viacom18 Shifts to Turkey Shoot, Delaying Release

            Aamir Khan’s ‘Forrest Gump’ Remake For Viacom18 Shifts to Turkey Shoot, Delaying Release
            Production of “Laal Singh Chaddha,” starring Aamir Khan (“Dangal”) and Kareena Kapoor Khan (“Angrezi Medium”) has moved to Turkey, due to the continuing coronavirus crisis in India.

            “Laal Singh Chadha” is an official remake of Paramount Pictures’ 1994 Oscar-winner “Forrest Gump,” being produced by Viacom18 Studios and Aamir Khan Productions. It is adapted by Atul Kulkarni from Eric Roth’s screenplay.

            The film’s shooting schedule in Punjab, northern India, was halted in March due to the pandemic. Consequently, the film’s release, originally scheduled for Christmas 2020, has now been pushed to Christmas 2021.

            “We will still keep the Chirstmas (sic) date, not 2020, but in 2021. #LaalSinghChaddha. New Release Date. @aamir_khan @Viacom18Studios All focus on film completion for now!,” tweeted Viacom18 Studios COO Ajit Andhare.

            We will still keep the Chirstmas date, not 2020, but in 2021. #LaalSinghChaddha. New Release Date. @aamir_khan @Viacom18Studios All focus on film completion for now!

            — Ajit
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            Madonna Says She’s Working on a Secret Screenplay With ‘Juno’ Writer Diablo Cody

            Madonna Says She’s Working on a Secret Screenplay With ‘Juno’ Writer Diablo Cody
            Madonna has revealed that she is working on a screenplay with Oscar-winning writer Diablo Cody.

            The pop star announced the news in a short video posted to her Instagram on Friday with the caption, “When you’re stuck in a house with multiple injuries what do you do? Write a screenplay with Diablo Cody about…?” Madonna followed this statement with emojis indicating that the project could be music-related.

            The video shows Madonna and Cody working together, with Cody typing on a laptop and a table full of dated notebooks in front of them. Madonna even describes to Cody her iconic Jean Paul Gaultier cone-bra costume from the 1990 “Blond Ambition” tour, leading fans to theorize that the two are writing a biopic of Madonna’s career.

            “The garters were over the suit bottoms, right?” Cody asks in the video. “Yeah,” Madonna replies. “Straight pin-striped pants sit beneath the corset, it’s cut high-waisted on the leg,
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            ‘A.P. Bio’ Season 3 Trailer Gets Wilder, Weirder, and Wronger Over at Peacock

            ‘A.P. Bio’ Season 3 Trailer Gets Wilder, Weirder, and Wronger Over at Peacock
            A.P. Bio started out at NBC, but the third season of the hilarious high school comedy series is coming to Peacock next month. Glenn Howerton (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) stars in the series as disgraced Harvard philosophy professor-turned-high school A.P. biology teacher Jack Griffin. Throughout the series so far, he has been coming up […]

            The post ‘A.P. Bio’ Season 3 Trailer Gets Wilder, Weirder, and Wronger Over at Peacock appeared first on /Film.
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            Film News in Brief: Outfest Launching Drive-in Showings With ‘The Nowhere Inn’

            Film News in Brief: Outfest Launching Drive-in Showings With ‘The Nowhere Inn’
            Monday, Aug. 10

            Drive-in Screenings Scheduled for Outfest

            Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival will hold drive-in screenings at the Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, launching with the Los Angeles premiere of Sundance 2020 title “The Nowhere Inn,” starring Annie Clark and Carrie Brownstein.

            The 11-day festival kicks off Aug. 20. and features more than 160 films, including 35 world premieres with more than 70% of films directed by female, trans, and Poc filmmakers including Tribeca selections “P.S. Burn This Letter Please,” “Cowboys,” “Freedia Got A Gun,” “The Carnivores” and Outfest LA’s U.S. Centerpiece selection “Shiva Baby.” The digital portion of the festival will be powered by the Vimeo Ott platform.

            The documentary centerpiece is “Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story.” International centerpiece is “Monsoon,” starring Henry Golding, ;and breakthrough centerpiece is “The Obituary of Tunde Johnson,” the feature directing debut of “Everybody Hates Chris” co-creator Ali LeRoi. The closing film will be the
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            Three New ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ Trailers Reveal Refused Playing Keanu Reeves’ In-Game Band

            Three New ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ Trailers Reveal Refused Playing Keanu Reeves’ In-Game Band
            CD Projekt Red dropped three new trailers for their highly-anticipated upcoming game Cyberpunk 2077 showing off some of the title’s gunplay and storyline. But the most exciting video (for me) was a behind-the-scenes offering showing legendary Swedish hardcore punk band Refused composing new songs for the game as the fictional band Samurai. If you’ve been following news about Cyberpunk 2077, you probably know that Samurai is the band led by Keanu Reeves’ character Johnny Silverhand, which makes this news approximately 100 times more hype. The videos were all featured on the latest episode of Night …
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            TIFF 2020 Announces Screening Venues and Ticket Sale Dates

            TIFF, the Toronto International Film Festival, is going to be very different this year. For one thing, non-Canadian press accredited for the fest will be partaking of the films virtually. As for those on the ground in Toronto, they’ll have an option of indoor cinemas, digital screenings, drive-ins, and open-air cinemas to enjoy this year’s […]

            The post TIFF 2020 Announces Screening Venues and Ticket Sale Dates appeared first on /Film.
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            Christopher Nolan Warned ‘Tenet’ Editor It Might Be “The Hardest Movie Ever” to Cut

            Christopher Nolan Warned ‘Tenet’ Editor It Might Be “The Hardest Movie Ever” to Cut
            Lowkey, Jennifer Lame has been editing all of your favorite films for some time now. Manchester by the Sea, Hereditary, Marriage Story — her work thus far has been smart, contained, character-driven, and intimate. It was all of these qualities and more that caught the attention of Christopher Nolan, who hired on Lame to edit his upcoming Tenet when his regular editor Lee Smith was booked up with 1917. This would, by far, be the biggest production Lame worked on to date — and Nolan was blunt with her about the canvas she'd be cutting. In an interview with Icg …
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            ‘Sputnik’ Review: Russian ‘Alien’ Homage Is a Gripping and Gross B-Movie

            ‘Sputnik’ Review: Russian ‘Alien’ Homage Is a Gripping and Gross B-Movie
            Alien” casts a big shadow on “Sputnik,” a slick Cold War alien invasion thriller from first-time director Egor Abramenko, so much that it threatens to swallow the movie whole. Fortunately, Abramenko sneaks in a fresh angle before the chest-bursting extraterrestrial mayhem takes charge. Launching with a slick and eerie first act, “Sputnik” initially feels like the kind of slow-burn laboratory thriller that rarely gets made these days, yet feels timelier than ever. Russian machinations? Medical phenomena that confound modern science? You don’t say!

            Sadly, the analogy doesn’t go much further than that. But made all the more intriguing by the period backdrop that carries connotations of its own. It’s 1983, and after a trio of cosmonauts slam back to earth under dubious circumstances in the dark of night, one winds up dead, another in a coma, and a third can’t remember what happened. That’s Konstantin Veshnyakov
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            These Incredible ‘Flash Gordon’ Posters Celebrate a Cult Classic’s 40th Anniversary

            These Incredible ‘Flash Gordon’ Posters Celebrate a Cult Classic’s 40th Anniversary
            Question: If I scream-sing "Flash!" at you, is your immediate instinct to scream-sing "Ahh-ahh!" back at me? If so, you're gonna go ham on these Vice Press Flash Gordon custom-made, collectible posters, pins, and coins, all inspired by the world of that delightful sci-fi cult classic with the too-fun-to-imitate Queen soundtrack. Originally produced for StudioCanal’s 40th Anniversary 4K Blu-ray release of the Mike Hodges-directed, Sam J. Jones-starring, 1980 space oddity, the posters are now available to purchase, frame, and love for your very own home. They're …
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            ‘Three Men and a Baby’ Remake Will Star Zac Efron (But Probably Not as the Baby)

            ‘Three Men and a Baby’ Remake Will Star Zac Efron (But Probably Not as the Baby)
            In early 2018, we heard that a Three Men and a Baby remake was in the works at Disney+. Now that movie has found one of its lead actors in a former Disney star: Zac Efron, who broke out thanks to his work in the High School Musical movies, will play one of the titular men […]

            The post ‘Three Men and a Baby’ Remake Will Star Zac Efron (But Probably Not as the Baby) appeared first on /Film.
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            Judd Apatow’s George Carlin Documentary Heads to HBO, Will Be Two Parts

            Judd Apatow’s George Carlin Documentary Heads to HBO, Will Be Two Parts
            Back in June, Judd Apatow revealed he was working on a documentary about legendary comedian George Carlin. Now we have official word on what Apatow and company are cooking up: a two-part documentary headed to HBO reuniting the key creative team behind HBO’s The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling, which Apatow also directed. The Carlin […]

            The post Judd Apatow’s George Carlin Documentary Heads to HBO, Will Be Two Parts appeared first on /Film.
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            Screenwriter Kurt Luedtke, Oscar Winner for ‘Out of Africa,’ Dies at 80

            Screenwriter Kurt Luedtke, Oscar Winner for ‘Out of Africa,’ Dies at 80
            Kurt Luedtke, who left journalism for Hollywood and won an Academy Award for his “Out of Africa” screenplay, died Sunday in Michigan after a long illness. He was 80.

            The Michigan native died at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, the Detroit Free Press reported. He had worked at the newspaper starting in 1965 and was part of the paper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the deadly 1967 riots in that city. He became its executive editor before departing at the age of 33 to pursue a career as a screenwriter.

            Luedtke was able to sell Orion Picture his idea about a liquor warehouse owner whose life is almost destroyed by a reporter relying on an anonymous source. The film became Sydney Pollack’s “Absence of Malice,” starring Paul Newman, Sally Field, Melinda Dillon and Wilford Brimley, leading to Academy Award nominations to Newman for actor, Dillon for supporting actress and Leudtke for original screenplay.
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            Controversial Unaired ‘Black-ish’ Episode ‘Please, Baby, Please’ Is Finally Available on Hulu

            Controversial Unaired ‘Black-ish’ Episode ‘Please, Baby, Please’ Is Finally Available on Hulu
            After ABC infamously shelved it back in 2018 over “creative differences,” the unaired Black-ish episode “Please, Baby, Please” will finally see the light of day on Hulu. All it took was 2 years and the departure of creator Kenya Barris. As reported by Variety, Barris announced the news himself in an Instagram post, revealing that the controversial episode is now available on the streaming service. He wrote, “In November of 2017, we made an episode of ‘black-ish’ entitled ‘Please, Baby, Please.’ We were one year post-election and coming to the end of a year that left us, …
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            ‘Magic Camp’ Trailer: Adam DeVine Does His Best Jack Black Impression in Disney+ Comedy

            ‘Magic Camp’ Trailer: Adam DeVine Does His Best Jack Black Impression in Disney+ Comedy
            We first wrote about Disney’s Magic Camp movie back in 2014, when comedy legend Steve Martin had co-written the screenplay for a film which would have seen him play a man who returns to a magic-themed camp he attended as a child, this time as a counselor. But unfortunately, that version of the movie disappeared in a […]

            The post ‘Magic Camp’ Trailer: Adam DeVine Does His Best Jack Black Impression in Disney+ Comedy appeared first on /Film.
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            Shia Labeouf’s ‘The Tax Collector’ Scores on VOD and in Theaters; ‘The Secret Garden’ Strong

            • Indiewire
            Shia Labeouf’s ‘The Tax Collector’ Scores on VOD and in Theaters; ‘The Secret Garden’ Strong
            The Tax Collector” and “The Secret Garden” both showed strong VOD debuts Friday while taking different routes to success. Set among rival Los Angeles gangs, David Ayers’ “The Tax Collector” stars Shia Labeouf and placed #1 at Apple TV and FandangoNow, and #5 at Amazon (Spectrum’s charting period ended before it was available.) “The Secret Garden,” the fourth adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic story of an orphan girl who finds escape in a magical garden, took the top spot at Amazon and fourth at FandangoNow.

            With a non-premium price of $6.99, “The Tax Collector,” distributor Rlje self-reports that it has first weekend rentals over $2 million and played at 129 theaters (mainly drive-ins), where it grossed $309,964. That’s first place among new releases; according to incomplete grosses on Comscore, “The Empire Strikes Back” was #1 overall. But Comscore doesn’t show 34 of the theaters that played “The Tax Collector.” We also don’t
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            ‘Tron 3’ Title Accidentally Revealed by Jared Leto, and It’s as Cryptic as You’d Want

            ‘Tron 3’ Title Accidentally Revealed by Jared Leto, and It’s as Cryptic as You’d Want
            Earlier today, we reported that Tron 3 was officially in the works, with Lion director Garth Davis, It Runs in the Family writer Jesse Wigutow, and Suicide Squad star Jared Leto all in tow. Leto, as stars of big Disney franchise blockbusters often do, took to Twitter to express his gratitude and excitement over the role. And in doing so... he just might've accidentally leaked the official title of Tron 3. Dear readers, get used to saying the following: Tron: Ares. [caption id="attachment_914903" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Walt Disney Pictures/caption] If you head to Leto'…
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            Emmy Predictions 2020: Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

            Emmy Predictions 2020: Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
            Throughout Emmy season, IndieWire will be evaluating the top contenders for TV’s most prestigious prize, and it all starts here. At the bottom of this page are IndieWire TV Critic Ben Travers’ predictions for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. This article will be updated throughout the coming weeks, along with all our predictions, to reflect an up-to-the-minute state of the race. Make sure to keep checking IndieWire for the latest coverage on the 2020 Emmys, including breaking news, analysis, interviews, podcasts, FYC event coverage, reviews of all the awards contenders, and more. The Creative Arts Emmy Awards will be given out Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13. The 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will take place at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, September 20. (See our awards calendar for a more detailed breakdown of important dates.) ABC is broadcasting the ceremony.

            Last Year’s Winner: Julia Garner,
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            The ‘Black-ish’ Episode That ABC Didn’t Want You to See is Now Streaming on Hulu

            The ‘Black-ish’ Episode That ABC Didn’t Want You to See is Now Streaming on Hulu
            In 2018, ABC made a very expensive mistake. After approving the production of an episode of its popular sitcom Black-ish, the network decided to shelve the episode just days before it was supposed to air. That decision did not sit well with the show’s creator, Kenya Barris, who ended up leaving The Walt Disney Company and […]

            The post The ‘Black-ish’ Episode That ABC Didn’t Want You to See is Now Streaming on Hulu appeared first on /Film.
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            Roger Deakins and ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Editor Debate Test Screenings: ‘Weapon’ or Savior?

            Roger Deakins and ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Editor Debate Test Screenings: ‘Weapon’ or Savior?
            Joe Walker, the longtime editor for Steve McQueen and Denis Villeneuve, is this week’s guest on Roger Deakins’ “Team Deakins” podcast. Walker and Deakins have worked together on films such as “Blade Runner 2049” and “Sicario,” and a high point of the podcast episode comes when the two artists debate the pros and cons of test screenings. Walker is no stranger to the test screening podcast having edited Villeneuve’s major studio tentpoles, plus McQueen’s 20th Century Fox thriller “Widows.”

            “Some people hate them and are very frightened of them but I love them,” Walker said. “There’s nothing like sitting in an audience with other people and feeling how the film is going down. You can tell, absolutely, when a film is working and cooking and you can tell when it isn’t and when people are restless.”

            Walker added, “The edit is about managing that sync
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