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Elizabeth Henstridge, who plays Agent Simmons, and Iain de Caestecker, who plays Agent Fitz, and the creators of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. discuss the ending to the epic love story of the couple known as FitzSimmons...............Back to News
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Universal Studios/PhotofestJames Cromwell with one of the 48 female Large White Yorkshire pigs who played the title character in 'Babe.'The star recalls how he fought for his role in Chris Noonan's film, which earned seven Oscar noms and spawned a sequel.

Like its title character, Babe, released a quarter-century ago, is the story of an underestimated little thing that went on to stupendous achievements.

It began as the 1983 Dick King-Smith children's book The Sheep-Pig, about an orphaned piglet who demonstrates a knack for herding sheep. In 1986, director George Miller (Mad Max) was on a flight from Sydney to London when a woman next to him laughed as she read the book. Miller immediately began negotiating with King-Smith for the rights — a process that took nearly a decade, with one sticking point being Miller's determination to shoot in his native Australia. ("Pigs don't fly, and neither do I," said King-Smith, an Englishman who died at 88 in 2011.)

Also slowing things down was the fact that the animals in Babe were going to speak and behave in ways the movies had never seen — and the technology for that wasn't yet available. But by the time production got underway in 1995, with first-time feature helmer Chris Noonan shooting a script he'd co-written with Miller, it was. The four-legged denizens of Arthur Hoggett's farm — a mixture of 500 trained animals and Jim Henson's Creature Shop creations — moved their mouth........

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Mulan'   |   Courtesy of DisneyCustomers of the streaming service can pay $29.99 to watch the live-action epic in certain markets.

In a surprise development, Disney announced Tuesday that Mulan will be offered to Disney+ customers in the U.S. and other select markets at a premium price of $29.99 beginning Sept. 4.

Mulan is among a handful of Hollywood tentpoles that have seen their spring and summer release dates delayed several times due to the novel coronavirus pandemic and subsequent theater closures..........

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Anushka Sharma's Instagram Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and Indian cricketer Virat Kohli are one of the most popular couples in the country, who have always stepped up and helped others in the time of crisis.  The couple, who helped the country during its battle with Covid-19 by making donations to the PM CARES fund has now pledged to support people suffering in Assam and Bihar......... Read more on The Times of India Back to News
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Photofest Olivia de Havilland The two-time Oscar winner, so memorable in 'Gone With the Wind,' 'The Adventures of Robin Hood,' 'The Snake Pit' and 'The Heiress,' broke free of Warner Bros. with a watershed court triumph in the 1940s. Olivia de Havilland, the delicate beauty and last remaining star of Gone With the Wind who received her two acting Oscars after helping to take down Hollywood’s studio system with a landmark legal victory in the 1940s, died Sunday. She was 104. De Havilland died of natural causes at her home in Paris, where she had lived for more than 60 years, publicist Lisa Goldberg announced............. Read more on The Hollywood Reporter Back to News
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Courtesy of Disney 'Mulan' The moves come as the vast majority of cinemas in the U.S. remain closed due to a surge in COVID-19 cases in California and other states. Disney has taken Mulan off the theatrical release calendar amid the ongoing pandemic and a surge in COVID-19 cases across the U.S. The adventure epic, directed by Niki Caro, had been set to hit theaters on Aug. 21. Presently, however, the vast majority of cinemas in the U.S. remain closed. Mulan had previously been scheduled to open in late March and then was pushed to July 24. Disney didn't provide further comment regarding Mulan's fate beyond saying that the live-action adventure epic was being undated. While the company has been a champion of the theatrical experience, it is also investing heavily in its new streaming service, Disney+.............. Read more on The Hollywood Reporter Back to News
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Cameron Diaz spills on what it's like becoming a new mom, reveals what her first concert was in 1984 and what it was like to star alongside Jim Carrey in The Mask at 21 years old.......... Back to News
'Tenet'   |   Warner Bros. Pictures As Hollywood grapples with a new normal, the Warner Bros. tentpole is no longer expected to get a conventional release and is likely to launch first in overseas markets. The Aug. 12 release of Christopher Nolan's Tenet has been delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis and a surge in cases in some parts of the United States, Warner Bros. announced Monday. As Hollywood grapples with a new normal brought on by the pandemic, the $200 million tentpole is no longer expected to get a conventional release and is likely to open first in overseas markets. And in the U.S., it could go out first in cities where cinemas can safely reopen, versus nationwide. Warners is expected to announce its new plan in the coming days....... Read more on The Hollywood Reporter Back to News
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Courtesy of Edko Films 'Peninsula' The movie's strong performance in select Asian markets is welcome news for the film business amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. South Korean filmmaker Yeon Sang-ho’s Peninsula — a follow-up to the 2016 cult zombie action flick Train to Busan — scored $19 million to $20 million in its international debut in a much-needed boost for the box office, according to early industry estimates. That includes more than $13 million to $14 million in South Korea despite capacity limitations and ongoing concerns amid the novel coronavirus. The film also launched over the weekend in four other Asian markets, including Taiwan.......... Read more on The Hollywood Reporter Back to News
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Paramount Animation 'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run' The film had originally been scheduled to hit the big screen on Aug. 7 Netflix has acquired Paramount and Nickelodeon's The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run for international markets, excluding China where the streaming giant has no presence. Domestically, the film is bypassing a theatrical release and will instead debut on premium VOD in early 2021 before soaking up an exclusive spot on CBS All Access, ViacomCBS previously said.  In Canada, the movie is understood to get a theatrical release and will then also be streaming on Netflix........ Read more on The Hollywood Reporter Back to News


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