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    ‘The Mitchells vs. the Machines’ Filmmakers to Discuss Hit Animated Film in Free Virtual PreVIEW Talk

    The filmmakers behind Sony Pictures Animation’s “The Mitchells vs. the Machines will participate in a free, virtual PreVIEW talk on Friday, May 14, beginning at 10 a.m. PT., presented by the VIEW Conference. The 90-minute discussion, moderated by Variety’s Steven Gaydos, will feature writer-director Michael Rianda, co-director and writer Jeff Rowe, production designer Lindsey Olivares, […] More

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    Nielsen Likely Undercounted Some Pandemic Audiences, Media Review Finds

    Nielsen’s TV yardstick has been found wanting. A review of recent Nielsen efforts to map out TV audience activity determined the company likely undercounted TV audiences in February of this year, a development that is expected to intensify a growing rift between the measurement giant and the TV networks who depend on it to set […] More

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    Is Hollywood Ready to Return to In-Person Movie Premieres and Screenings?

    For people in the business of reviewing films, movie theaters aren’t just a sacred place to watch the latest indie flick or big-budget blockbuster. Cinemas are a second home of sorts, or at least an office away from the office. In pre-pandemic times, Justin Chang, a film critic for the Los Angeles Times and NPR’s […] More

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    HFPA Reveals Timeline for Reform Goals, ‘Regardless of the Next Air Date of the Golden Globes’

    After a frenzied Monday in which NBC canceled its telecast of the 2022 Golden Globes and WarnerMedia joined Netflix and Amazon Studios in boycotting the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and the Globes, the HFPA has revealed its time frame for “implementing transformational changes as quickly – and as thoughtfully – as possible,” which it said […] More

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    Fox Orders Single-Camera Comedy ‘Pivoting’

    Fox has ordered the single-camera comedy “Pivoting” for its 2021-2022 broadcast season lineup. The half-hour series stars Eliza Coupe, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Maggie Q as three women dealing with the death of their childhood best friend. Faced with the reality that life is short, in desperate attempts to find happiness, they make a series of […] More

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    Kenny Mayne Set to Depart ESPN

    Kenny Mayne, the longtime ESPN announcer and humorist, is set to leave the Disney-owned sports-media outlet after a more-than-quarter-century run that had him hold forth on “SportsCenter,” tackle horse racing coverage and appear in some other, very unique showcases. On Twitter, Mayne cited “salary cap casualty” as the reason for his decision. He has been […] More

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    Jamie Bell Joins Elisabeth Moss, Wagner Moura in Apple’s ‘Shining Girls’ Series

    Jamie Bell has signed on to star opposite Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) and Wagner Moura (“Narcos”) in the Apple series adaptation of the 2013 Lauren Beukes novel “Shining Girls.” Bell, a BAFTA Award-winner known best for his work on “Rocketman,” “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” and “Billy Elliot” will play the role of […] More

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