Here are our pop culture picks for June 7-13, including the best deals we could find for each.
Just a month out from the launch of “Never Have I Ever” Season 2, a surprise voiceover appearance by Chrissy Teigen has been cut, a Netflix spokesperson told TheWrap. The role, a single-episode appearance, had already been recorded; It is expected to be recast before Season 2 premieres on Netflix in July. No reason was given for Teigen’s decision to step away from the show; her representatives didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap. But Teigen’s departure follows her ap
The comedian narrates the new Netflix doc about penguins's annual invasion of an urban area.
The new Netflix series shows the drastic measures some would take to get into storied New York nightclub.
The "Army of the Dead" star is proud of his Filipino heritage and being an Asian American action hero. "If we bond together we can make s*** happen."
Zack Snyder brought in comic to reshoot Chris D'Elia's role after he was accused of sexual harassment.
Paley Front Row presented by Citi (2021). Stars and creatives of Netflix's "Cobra Kai" (Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, Xolo Maridueña, Mary Mouser, Courtney Henggeler, Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg) gather with moderator Perri Nemiroff to celebrate their show. Topics include: the lifelong friendship between Heald, Hurwitz, and Schlossberg and how their love of "The Karate Kid" films led to them creating a continuation of the story; the different approaches used to bring "Karate Kid" originals Macchio and Zabka on board for the series; how the show blurs the roles of hero and bully; the importance of ensuring that the spirit of the late Pat Morita (Mr. Miyagi) remains part of the production; why the return of original "Karate Kid" cast member Elisabeth Shue (Ali Mills) as a guest star came down to the wire; and Macchio's reaction to "forever being labeled" as "The Karate Kid."
Filmmaker Joshua Zeman investigates longstanding theories that there were additional killers stalking the streets of New York working together in a Satanic cult.
Colton Underwood, who publicly came out as gay on Wednesday, is currently filming a show for Netflix.
Filmmaker explains how his Netflix action-horror film is the official Snyder Cut as he takes a swipe at his turbulent experience with DC.
Aaron Sorkin, actor Yahya-Abdul Mateen II and the rest of the cast of "The Trial of the Chicago 7" on recreating the horrific real-life moment the Black Panther leader is detained in the courtroom.
Actor and movie investor Zachary Horwitz, who is sometimes credited as Zach Avery, was arrested Tuesday on charges that he ran a Ponzi scheme that swindled investors out of $227 million. Horwitz, 34, was taken into custody by special agents with the FBI, the U.S. Attorney’s Office reported. Horwitz claimed investors’ money would be used […]
Fans are devastated Regé-Jean Page won't reprise his role as the Duke of Hastings on "Bridgerton."
PaleyFest LA 2021 sponsored by Citi and Verizon. Stars and an executive producer of Netflix's The Queen's Gambit (William Horberg, Anya Taylor-Joy, Marielle Heller, Moses Ingram, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Harry Melling, and Bill Camp) gather with moderator Stacey Wilson Hunt at PaleyFest LA 2021 to celebrate their show. Topics include: how countless producers dismissed making a film of Walter Tevis's 1983 novel about a self-destructive female chess player, calling it "non-commercial"; the word-of-mouth campaign that led to the mini-series becoming a phenomenon for Netflix; Taylor-Joy's (Beth Harmon) decision to sign on without reading a script due to her love of the book; the reaction of theater veteran Camp (Mr. Shaibel) to finding himself with a new fan base after the show's success; Melling (Harry Beltik), Brodie-Sangster (Benny Watts), and Taylor-Joy becoming chess devotees after learning to play for the mini-series; and how the show caused a newfound popularity for the game of chess, and skyrocketing sales of chess boards.
Netflix has announced live-action and anime adaptations of the John Wick star's new comic about an immortal warrior.
The two actresses were front and center in the media coverage of Operation Varsity Blues the moment news of the FBI’s multi-year investigation hit headlines in 2019.
You can never have too many superheroes, especially if they’re played by Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer. The duo are teaming up on-screen in the action comedy Thunder Force to play best friends Lydia and Emily, respectively, who turn into unlikely crime-fighting heroes for their city and battle villains like The King, played by a smarmy Bobby Cannavale.
“Bridgerton” breakout Regé-Jean Page, Billy Bob Thornton and Alfre Woodard are set to star with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in the next film from “Avengers: Endgame” directors Anthony and Joe Russo — a big-budgeted spy and espionage thriller called “The Gray Man” that the brothers will direct at Netflix. Ana De Armas, Wagner Moura, Jessica Henwick, Dhanush and Julia Butters round out the rest of the cast. Joe Russo wrote the script — with a polish by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely — based on the book and series “The Gray Man” by Mark Greaney. Also Read: Ana de Armas Joins Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in 'The Gray Man' at Netflix “The Gray Man” follows Court Gentry (Gosling), a legend in the covert realm, who is an expert at completing any lethal task and then disappearing. But he’s now being pursued by a former CIA colleague of his, Lloyd Hansen (Evans), once they feel that Gentry has outlived his usefulness. Its budget could exceed $200 million, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. The Russo Brothers’ AGBO will produce the film, brothers and Mike Larocca listed as producers along with Joe Roth and Jeff Kirschenbaum for Roth Kirschenbaum. “The Gray Man” — which has the potential to become a franchise at Netflix — hopes to begin production shortly. The book series dates back to 2009 and was followed by eight sequels. They were meant to be turned into a franchise in the past, including with “Mission: Impossible” director Christopher McQuarrie attached and in a separate project starring Brad Pitt as directed by James Gray. Best known for breaking out on the smash hit Netflix series “Bridgerton,” Regé-Jean Page will next star in the ensemble “Dungeons and Dragons” at Paramount. Thornton most recently wrapped production on the fourth season of his “Goliath” series over at Amazon. Woodard will next be seen in Sony’s “Fatherhood” opposite Kevin Hart. Regé-Jean Page is repped by CAA, Mosaic, The Artists Partnership, Ziffren Brittenham. Billy Bob Thornton is repped by WME, Media Talent Group and Myman Greenspan Rosenberg Mobasser Younger & Light. Alfre Woodard is repped by ICM Partners, Circle of Confusion and Gochman Law. Deadline first reported the news. Read original story Regé-Jean Page, Billy Bob Thornton and Alfre Woodard Join ‘The Gray Man’ Cast At TheWrap
Taylor Swift reacted to the "lazy" joke, tweeting, "How about we stop degrading hard working women..."
Netflix has shared the first trailer for Shadow and Bone, its live-action adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s best-selling fantasy novel series.
The Netflix Fund for Creative Equity will invest $100 million over five years to support underrepresented communities looking to work in film and television
Netflix dropped its first teaser for its documentary Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal. See the sneak peek here.
The "Bridgerton" star received rave reviews from social media for his inaugural "SNL" hosting gig.
Jennifer Garner will star in a comedy for Netflix called “Family Leave” in which she and her entire family have swapped bodies with another family on the other side of the world. “Family Leave” is based on a book by Amy Krouse Rosenthal called “Bedtime For Mommy.” Krouse Rosenthal also wrote the book “Yes Day,” which Netflix has also made into an upcoming film that also stars Garner. In “Family Leave,” when the Brenners wake up to a full family body switch, they quickly realize the same thing has happened to a family on the other side of the world. They must unite with this group of strangers and determine how to undo the body switch, all while hilariously navigating daily life in a different body before it is too late. Also Read: Tim Burton-Directed Wednesday Addams Series Set at Netflix Victoria Strouse will write the screenplay. No director is attached. Garner will also produce “Family Leave,” as will Nicole King for Linden Entertainment and Lawrence Grey and Ben Everard for Grey Matter Productions. Jason Brian Rosenthal is executive producing. Garner’s “Yes Day” will debut on Netflix on March 12. She’s also set to star in “The Adam Project” from director Shawn Levy that co-stars Ryan Reynolds, Zoe Saldana and Mark Ruffalo. Read original story Jennifer Garner to Star in Body Switch Comedy ‘Family Leave’ at Netflix At TheWrap