WGA Tells Members Not to Work for Germany’s Constantin Film

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The Writers Guild of America has told members not to work for Germany’s Constantin Film, which the union maintains is not a signatory to the 2020 Minimum Basic Agreement. The WGA instructed members in a message sent Friday afternoon that it is invoking its Working Rule 8 to bar members from working for Constantin Film…

‘Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.’ has the right formula for a ‘Doogie

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Despite the gender and venue change to Hawaii (which certainly improves the scenery), the producers have nicely preserved the dynamics of the Steven Bochco-David E. Kelley creation that premiered in 1989, about a child prodigy who juggles a career in medicine with all the usual confusion and complications associated with being a teenager.The opening sequence,…

Arts at the Palace Presents: Jazz at Noon

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Hamilton, N.Y. – LISTEN, LOUNGE, & LUNCH with Arts at the Palace on Saturday, January 13th, as Jazz at Noon welcomes the New Year! The arrival of 2018 is cause for celebration, and we hope...

Scandinavian Creatives Emerge With Powerful Voices

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For such a small and lightly populated region, the Nordics have been delivering an impressive number of critical darlings from a wide range of filmmakers. Nordic features hit a milestone this year, with three Cannes prize-winning films, Valdimar Jóhannsson’s “Lamb,” Juho Kuosmanen’s “Compartment No. 6” and Joachim Trier’s “The Worst Person in the World,” along…

‘Drive My Car’ Wins Best Picture From National Society of

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“Drive My Car” has won best picture from this year’s edition of the National Society of Film Critics, continuing its streak of major prizes from major critics groups. The organization announced its honors on Saturday. Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s sweeping drama also won top honors from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and New York Film Critics…

‘Peaky Blinders’ Creator Steven Knight’s ‘SAS: Rogue Heroes’ Lands at

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“SAS: Rogue Heroes,” the new, six-part limited series from “Peaky Blinders” creator Steven Knight, will bow on MGM’s premium network Epix in the U.S. Epix acquired the series from global distributor Banijay Rights. The deal was negotiated by Matt Creasey, EVP sales, co-productions and acquisitions at Banijay Rights. This is the first international deal for…

‘Rebelde’: Where the Telenovela’s Cast Is Now

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What Below Deck Stars Think of Jean-Luc’s Paternity Admission

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Daddy drama. Below Deck Sailing Yacht's Daisy Kelliher and Gary King are weighing in on their former co-worker Jean-Luc Cerza-Lanaux's recent paternity news. After initially denying he got co-star Dani Soares pregnant during season...

Mariah Carey Shares Selfie With Bryan Tanaka After Nick Cannon’s Plea

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While Nick Cannon is out here sharing his feelings in verse, ex-wife Mariah Carey may just have a different vision of love. Just two days after the Wild N' Out star released an ode dedicated...

‘Jagged Little Pill’ Will Not Reopen on Broadway Due to

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“Jagged Little Pill” has closed on Broadway. After announcing the cancellation of performances on Saturday due to positive COVID-19 tests among the production, the musical has determined that it will not reopen at N.Y.’s Broadhurst Theater, citing “the rapid spread of the Omicron variant.” “The drastic turn of events this week with the rapid spread…