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            ‘Ant-Man 3': ‘Rick and Morty’ Writer Jeff Loveness to Pen Marvel Sequel

            • The Wrap
            ‘Ant-Man 3': ‘Rick and Morty’ Writer Jeff Loveness to Pen Marvel Sequel
            Rick and Morty” writer and co-producer Jeff Loveness has been hired to write”Ant-Man 3” for Marvel Studios, an individual with knowledge told TheWrap.

            Peyton Reed will return to direct the third installment of the franchise. The franchise stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, and Michael Douglas. Reed directed 2015’s “Ant-Man” and 2018’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp.” Plot details are being kept under wraps in the Quantum Realm.
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            Jordan Peele-Produced ‘Candyman’ Heads To Fall

            • Deadline
            Jordan Peele-Produced ‘Candyman’ Heads To Fall
            More betting by the major studios that moviegoing occurs later this season in the coronavirus climate, than earlier this summer as Universal/MGM’s Candyman reboot moves from June 12 to Sept. 25.

            In the wake of Paramount, Warner Bros. and Sony shifting their movies out of the earlier part of summer as questions hang over when exhibition will re-open and Covid-19 calms, Universal, remained left standing with one of the earlier franchise titles in the summer, after Wonder Woman 1984 headed to Aug. 14.
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            Tribeca Film Festival to Debut Select Programming Online

            • The Wrap
            Tribeca Film Festival to Debut Select Programming Online
            The Tribeca Film Festival announced on Friday that select programming from the 19th edition of the festival will be presented online.

            The festival, originally scheduled to take place between April 15-26, was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The programming includes the N.O.W. Creators Market, Jury and Art Awards, the festival’s Industry Extranet Resource Hub, and the brand storytelling Tribeca X Awards.

            Tribeca Immersive’s audience-facing Cinema360 will debut in partnership with Oculus and features 15 Vr films, curated into four 30-40 minute programs. Tribeca is one of the first and only festivals to introduce this curated immersive experience to consumers.

            Also Read: Tribeca Film Festival Postponed Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

            The N.O.W. (New Online Work) section, sponsored by HBO, will host its fifth annual private industry market that brings together leading online, episodic and immersive storytellers to pitch new projects to a wide-range of industry,
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            Cult Classic BMX Movie ‘Rad’ Finally Getting an Official Home Video Release on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray

            Cult Classic BMX Movie ‘Rad’ Finally Getting an Official Home Video Release on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray
            The 1980s were host to some of the most memorable sports movies of all-time, including Hoosiers, Bull Durham, Caddyshack, The Natural, The Karate Kid, Field of Dreams, and more. But the 1980s also saw the rise of popularity in extreme sports like skateboarding and BMX bike riding, and those sports were represented on the big […]

            The post Cult Classic BMX Movie ‘Rad’ Finally Getting an Official Home Video Release on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray appeared first on /Film.
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            The Real Reason Quentin Tarantino Bailed on Making Marvel's Luke Cage Movie

            The Real Reason Quentin Tarantino Bailed on Making Marvel's Luke Cage Movie
            The Marvel Cinematic Universe is by one of the most successful movie franchises in history, though it does have its detractors, with some finding the movies the make up the series a little too similar to each other. Well, things could have been vastly different, as once upon a time, critically acclaimed auteur Quentin Tarantino had toyed with bringing Marvel superhero Luke Cage to the big screen himself.

            "There was a time before all this Marvel shit was coming out. It was after Reservoir Dogs, it was before Pulp Fiction, and I had thought about doing Luke Cage. Growing up I was a big comic book collector, and my two favorite [comic books] were Luke Cage: Hero for Hire, later Luke Cage: Power Man, and Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu. I also liked Werewolf by Night, that was a great one, and Tomb of Dracula was great, but my absolute hero was Luke Cage.
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            Little Women Fans Are Buzzing After Spotting Water Bottles in Movie Scene

            Little Women Fans Are Buzzing After Spotting Water Bottles in Movie Scene
            A water bottle is getting a lot of attention this week. While most of us are cooped up in our homes right now, becoming very familiar with the Netflix library and our own movie collections, some eagle-eyed fans are noticing some now-viral details about the new Little Women. Greta Gerwig's 2019 silver screen adaptation of the literary classic hit theaters in December and is now available to stream, giving fans the chance to watch it over and over again in the midst of coronavirus social distancing—and potentially pick up on new details. Such was the case for one fan, who took to TikTok to reveal her discovery: in one of the scenes, you can clearly see a drink tumbler and a...
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            Is a ‘Bad Boys 4’ Ever Going to Happen?

            • The Wrap
            Is a ‘Bad Boys 4’ Ever Going to Happen?
            This year is a bad time that keeps getting worse every day, and there’s certainly no upside to any of this. But at least “Bad Boys for Life” managed to slip into theaters before the movie business went on pause due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

            When it hit theaters, “Bad Boys for Life” broke the box office record for Thursday night previews in January, and managed to do the franchise’s biggest opening. And now, with the novel coronavirus sweeping the world, it got a bit of an early release this week on digital platforms, before it lands on physical media near the end of April. Before theaters shut down due to the virus, “Bad Boys for Life” was the biggest box office hit of 2020.

            The film’s directors, Bilall Fallah and Adil El Arbi, told TheWrap that they’ve talked about doing a fourth film: “At this point
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            Jacqueline Wilson: 'I've never really been in any kind of closet'

            The children’s author talks about her latest, perhaps bravest, novel in which she tackles gay love for the first time – and shines a light on her own private life

            “I can’t think of a book where there’s a woman born into a working-class background, who in her 70s is living a very comfortable, upper-middle-class sort of life; a woman who married at 19, had a baby at 21, was a policeman’s wife for years, but whose marriage broke up in late middle age and who became very well known for a time. She then met a woman and became very happy with her. There isn’t one!”

            Former children’s laureate Jacqueline Wilson is rattling through the outline of her own autobiography – which she has no plans to write, although she did publish a “simplified” memoir for children, Jacky Daydream, in 2007. While her story – her rise from “perfectly
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            Streaming: top docs for lockdown

            Streaming: top docs for lockdown
            The Obama-produced Crip Camp offers a winning combination of the heartfelt and the hard-hitting. Plus, more real-life tales from Cuba to Uzbekistan

            “Escapism” is an operative word when you’re hunkered down under quarantine and surveying your home viewing options, but how you interpret that is up to you. Many will opt for fiction and fantasy, for the furthest possible reaches from the glum news of the moment. Yet documentary films have their place in this comfort system too: they may not take you to another universe entirely, but at a time when a single global crisis unavoidably consumes all media attention and almost all personal conversation, the window they provide into other realities, past and present, can be a vital way to clear your head of current noise.

            Netflix is a reliable source of good ones, and they’ve landed one of the year’s best so far in Crip Camp,
            See full article at The Guardian - Film News »

            ‘The Etruscan Smile’: Film Review

            ‘The Etruscan Smile’: Film Review
            Brian Cox rages robustly and arrestingly against the dying of the light in “The Etruscan Smile,” an unabashedly formulaic yet undeniably affecting coming-to-terms drama that may cause as much discomfort as delight for those who recognize bits and pieces of their own fathers (or themselves) in the cantankerous character Cox portrays so persuasively.

            Based on the novel “La Sonrisa Etrusca” by José Luis Sampedro, with the original narrative transported from Milan to Scotland and San Francisco by co-writers Michael McGowan, Michael Lali Kagan and Sarah Bellwood, the film focuses primarily on Rory MacNeil (Cox), an irascible septuagenarian who initially seems content to spend his twilight years on the remote Hebrides Island where his family has lived for generations. Trouble is, he fears that, given his noticeably declining health, he may not have many years left. And he’ll be damned if he’s going to die before Campbell (Clive Russell
            See full article at Variety - Film News »

            No Light For China’s Cinemas As National Film Bureau Emphasizes Streaming Over Theatrical

            China’s National Film Bureau issued its first public statement in months on Friday in which it emphasized ensuring a strong supply of online streaming content, rather than getting cinemas back to work.

            The notice comes just two days after Chinese President Xi Jinping took the unusual step of personally commenting on how the film industry should proceed at a time when other businesses are getting back on their feet. He told cinemas to stay shut for the time being.

            The short statement said that the bureau was working in collaboration with China’s Ministry of Finance, the top taxation body and other departments to “research and launch… preferential fiscal and taxation exemption policies… so as to actively respond to the epidemic’s impact.”

            “At the same time, we will increase our support for the creation and distribution of key films, and guide local governments to introduce policies and measures
            See full article at Variety - Film News »

            Superhero Bits: Iron Man Vr Delayed Indefinitely, Barbara Gordon Coming to ‘Titans’ Season 3 & More

            Superhero Bits: Iron Man Vr Delayed Indefinitely, Barbara Gordon Coming to ‘Titans’ Season 3 & More
            Want to smell like The Punisher? Would you like to learn how to draw Groot? Where is a Batman cosplayer trying to keep people off the streets with a Batmobile? How is astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson ruining superheroes this time? Want to play as Deadpool in Fortnite? Why was Venom trending on Twitter before the […]

            The post Superhero Bits: Iron Man Vr Delayed Indefinitely, Barbara Gordon Coming to ‘Titans’ Season 3 & More appeared first on /Film.
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            Six More Motion Picture Retirement Home Residents Test Positive for Coronavirus

            Six More Motion Picture Retirement Home Residents Test Positive for Coronavirus
            Six additional elderly residents at the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s skilled nursing facility in suburban Los Angeles have tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing the total to seven.

            The Mptf reported the first case on Tuesday. About 250 entertainment industry retirees live on the Mptf’s Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills, Calif. All seven are residents of either the Mary Pickford House long-term care facility or Harry’s Haven, its Alzheimer’s unit.

            A spokesperson for the Mptf said Friday that all seven are in stable condition. The first resident who tested positive was taken to West Hills Hospital in Los Angeles last week, according to Bob Beitcher, Mptf president and chief executive officer.

            Beithcer told Variety that the other six residents are in an isolation wing at the Mptf that was set up specifically for this purpose.

            None of the facility’s staff and caregivers have tested positive for the coronavirus.
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            ‘The Office’ Executive Producers Developing New Comedy Series Inspired By Working from Home During Coronavirus

            ‘The Office’ Executive Producers Developing New Comedy Series Inspired By Working from Home During Coronavirus
            Right now, everyone is looking for some kind of reprieve from being locked up at home due to the spread of the coronavirus across the United States. That doesn’t appear to be in the cards anytime soon, but The Office executive producers Paul Lieberstein and Ben Silverman think they’ve figured out a way to make […]

            The post ‘The Office’ Executive Producers Developing New Comedy Series Inspired By Working from Home During Coronavirus appeared first on /Film.
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            The Best New Movies on Netflix in April 2020

            If you're anything like me, you're feeling very bonded to your streaming services lately. So much so that you might sometimes feel like you've already seen everything on there you want to see. Fortunately, a new month means new titles to chose from. To help save you from the endless scroll through all the titles, we've put together a list of the best new movies on Netflix this month to add to your watchlist. As usual, the streaming service added a whole bunch of new titles at the beginning of April 2020 and we've picked …
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            ‘Lazy Susan’: Film Review

            ‘Lazy Susan’: Film Review
            Press materials for new indie comedy “Lazy Susan” stress “The character of Susan is a cisgender woman,” apparently for fear that viewers might otherwise assume star Sean Hayes is playing a transgender person. The fact that he’s not underlines this movie’s very fragile raison d’être: It’s supposed to be funny simply that a man in a dress and wig is portraying a “real” woman. Can that be funny? Well, sure. But is that alone, minus much else very special in the realms of performance or story or concept, funny enough to float a 90-minute movie all by itself?

            Apparently not. “Lazy Susan” aims hazily between the sad-sack valentine likes of “Muriel’s Wedding” and something more satirically misanthropic, missing a target it never quite commits to in the first place. Starring “Will & Grace’s” Hayes as the title character, a suburban Wisconsin wallflower who makes herself
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            ‘The Office’ Producers Are Creating a Workplace Comedy Told Through Day-Long Zoom Meetings

            ‘The Office’ Producers Are Creating a Workplace Comedy Told Through Day-Long Zoom Meetings
            Ben Silverman and Paul Lieberstein helped set the gold standard for workplace comedies with “The Office,” and now the former executive producers are teaming up to create a “remote workplace comedy” that is directly inspired by the ongoing global health crisis.

            Deadline reported that the series will center on a “wunderkind boss who, in an effort to ensure his staff’s connectedness and productivity, asks them all to virtually interact and work face-to-face all day.”

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            “So many of us are jumping on daily Zoom meetings — for work and beyond,” Silverman told Deadline. “We are in a new normal and are personally navigating ways to remain connected and productive at work and in our home lives. With the brilliant Paul Lieberstein at the helm,
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            ‘The Third Day’ Delayed Until Fall, But You Can Watch a New Trailer Now

            ‘The Third Day’ Delayed Until Fall, But You Can Watch a New Trailer Now
            HBO’s new series The Third Day looks promising, and I was looking forward to seeing it next month. Sadly, I – and everyone else – will have to wait a little longer. The series is the latest bit of entertainment that’s had to shuffle its release due to the coronavirus outbreak, and now won’t be premiering […]

            The post ‘The Third Day’ Delayed Until Fall, But You Can Watch a New Trailer Now appeared first on /Film.
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            ‘Ant-Man 3’ Finds Screenwriter in ‘Rick and Morty’ Scribe

            ‘Ant-Man 3’ Finds Screenwriter in ‘Rick and Morty’ Scribe
            As announced Friday, the screenplay for “Ant-Man 3,” the latest sequel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise, will be written by “Rick and Morty” writer Jeff Loveness. Peyton Reed, as previously announced, is returning to direct. Deadline reported that the duo had signed onto the project, which will also see Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly reprise their roles as Scott Lang/Ant-Man and Hope van Dyne/The Wasp from the first two “Ant-Man” films.

            Loveness’ attachment to the project is the latest news to come out of “Ant-Man 3” (working title) since the film was confirmed to be in the works by Deadline in October 2019. There’s no word yet on when the film will enter production, nor is there any information about its release date.

            More from IndieWireDisney Announces Major Calendar Changes, Including New Release Dates for 'Mulan,' 'Black Widow,' 'Eternals'Marvel Announces Auction for 'The Punisher,
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            ‘Shaq Life’: Watch Films With the NBA Star to Celebrate New TNT Series

            ‘Shaq Life’: Watch Films With the NBA Star to Celebrate New TNT Series
            If you’ve ever wanted to watch movies with basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal, TNT’s upcoming “ShaqNight!” events are here for you.

            TNT will begin hosting “ShaqNight!” every Thursday, wherein the NBA legend and his friends join viewers in watching and commenting on some of O’Neal’s favorite films. The events lead into the upcoming TNT docuseries “Shaq Life.” TNT will celebrate each Thursday event by donating money to a charitable organization chosen by O’Neal’s guest.

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            “I can’t wait for viewers to join me on Thursday nights,” O’Neal said in a statement. “I hope ShaqNight will deliver laughs, fun, and entertainment into people’s homes at a time when we need it most.”

            Per TNT’s synopsis, “Shaq Life” features O
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