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Tom Cruise, Jake Gyllenhaal on DC’s ‘Green Lantern Corps’ Shortlist (Exclusive)

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Tom Cruise, Joel McHale, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Reynolds, Armie Hammer, and Jake Gyllenhaal are on the shortlist of actors DC Entertainment is considering pursuing for the role of Hal Jordan in “Green Lantern Corps,” multiple people with knowledge of the project exclusively tell TheWrap. The casting process is still in the very early stages, and there are no talks with any of the actors as of yet. DC is considering whether Reynolds, who played Jordan in the 2011 film “Green Lantern,” should return to the role, an insider told TheWrap. His superhero stock soared last year when he starred in “Deadpool. »


- Umberto Gonzalez

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Shyamalan's 'Split' and Diesel's 'xXx 3' Look to Deliver $20+ Million Openings

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While last weekend's new releases failed to energize the box office, two of this week's new titles will top the weekend chart. M. Night Shyamalan's latest thriller, Split, and the return of Vin Diesel in the title role of xXx: Return of Xander Cage are both looking to score $20+ million openings while Hidden Figures and La La Land look to continue to capture audience attention amid their already-strong domestic runs. Additionally, this weekend features the release of The Founder into just over one thousand theaters and High Top releasing brings The Resurrection of Gavin Stone into 887 theaters as it hopes to attract the attention of the faith-based audience. At the top of the weekend box office expect to find M. Night Shyamalan's Split. Shyamalan's career has featured plenty of ups and downs, but following the performance of The Visit in 2015 and the solid early reviews for Split, we »


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‘House of Cards’ Season 5 Gets Premiere Date, Teaser

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While the eyes of the country are on Washington, D.C., for the presidential inauguration, “House of Cards” announced the date for yet another transition of power: the premiere of Season 5.

With a post on Twitter, the Netflix drama revealed that the DC-set drama will return May 30. The date was revealed at the end of a somber recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance — and the ominous message “We make the terror.” Netflix has also released the same teaser on YouTube, which you can watch above.

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House of Cards (@HouseofCards) January 20, 2017

The line is a recall of the quote from the season finale, when president Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) said, “We don’t submit to terror. We make the terror.”  His wife, Claire (Robin Wright), subsequently broke the fourth wall for the first time. The two have been each other’s strongest allies, but »


- Debra Birnbaum

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John Turturro Talks ‘The Night Of,’ Crime Scenes, Kalief Browder

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At first, they look like any other subway ad for a certain low-level New York lawyer: A middle-aged man, a cheesy font, a name — John Stone. Unless you noticed the HBO logo in the corner, you wouldn’t know it was promoting HBO’s limited series “The Night Of,” starring John Turturro as one of those low-level New York lawyers who takes on the case of a Pakistani-American college kid from Queens accused of murder (played by Riz Ahmed).

“The lady who works at our house, she was on the subway and saw it, and went to take a picture of it,” Turturro, who lives in Brooklyn, tells Variety. “A guy saw her and said, ‘Do you know that guy?’ She said, ‘Yeah, I work for him,’ and he said, ‘Is he a good lawyer?'”

John Stone was a good enough lawyer, though his client suffered possibly irreparable psychic damage from his time on Rikers Island »


- Oriana Schwindt

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‘The Path’ Creator Says Hulu Let Her Be ‘Really Brave’ in Season 2

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To leave a religion you’ve dedicated your life to requires quite a bit of bravery. And to tell a story about what faith can do to a person? That might require even more.

But that’s the nature of “The Path,” Hulu’s religious drama about a cult in upstate New York that appears to be well-intentioned but holds secrets and lies all the way up to its highest levels of leadership. The organization, named Meyerism, is shaken after prominent member Eddie (Aaron Paul) begins to have doubts about their belief infecting those around him – like wife, Sarah (Michelle Monaghan) – and additional crises of their own.

At the premiere of the second season at the Sundance Sunset Theater Thursday night, the cast and crew gathered to celebrate the dark and pensive show. Those who worked on “The Path” recognized the impact a show like this could have, tackling an issue so many studios shy away from »


- Dani Levy

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Anti-Trump Playlist: 9 Songs Against the New President (Videos)

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Donald Trump is entering the Oval Office with the lowest approval rating of any incoming president since Jimmy Carter. Millions nationwide will march against him the day after he is inaugurated. There’s a lot of rage going around, and it’s being reflected in our music. Here’s a playlist of anti-Trump anthems that have been created since Djt began his road to the White House. Green Day turned the president into a monster in the lyric video for their latest single, “Troubled Times.” The last Republican president inspired Green Day to make “American Idiot.” Who knows what they will make in. »


- Jeremy Fuster

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TV News Roundup: Amazon’s ‘I Love Dick’ Gets a Premiere Date

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In today’s TV news roundup, the “Transparent” creators’ new show starring Kathryn Hahn and Kevin Bacon will premiere in May, social media celebrity Ray Diaz joins TV Land’s “Lopez,” and more.

Dates

Amazon original “I Love Dick” will premiere on Friday, May 12 on Amazon. The show stars Kathryn Hahn as Chris, a frustrated New York filmmaker who finds herself marooned in Marfa, Texas. Griffin Dunne plays Chris’ husband, and Kevin Bacon as the eponymous Dick, an enigmatic, macho scholar. The series, from “Transparent” creator Jill Soloway and Sarah Gubbins, is also getting a special premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday, Jan. 23.

Casting

TV Land has cast actor and social media celebrity Ray Diaz as a series regular on the second season of “Lopez,” starring comedian George Lopez. Diaz will make his debut in the first episode of the new season as Hector, a friend from Manolo’s (Anthony Campos) past, who »


- Will Thorne

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Slamdance: FilmRise Takes Powerlifting Doc 'Supergirl'

39 minutes ago | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Filmrise has acquired the worldwide rights to Supergirl, which centers on Naomi Kutin, an Orthodox Jewish pre-teen and record-breaking, powerlifting phenom.

Supergirl shows Kutin as she navigates religious obligations, cyber-bullying and the pressure to keep her titles.

Jessie Auritt directed the doc, which will screen at Slamdance 2017, having made it's world premiere at the Hamptons International Film Festival.

Supergirl will make its broadcast debut on the upcoming season of PBS’s Independent Lens.

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- Mia Galuppo

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How Trump’s ‘Designated Survivor’ Fooled Everybody

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President Donald Trump had a “designated survivor” during his inauguration, and he totally gave everyone the slip. A few hours after Trump was sworn in, the truth came out. Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch took the role of designated survivor for the inauguration. If the worst had happened, he might have become the 46th President of the United States. Members of the House of Representatives, Senate and Judiciary often attend events like the Presidential Inauguration or State of the Union Address. And lots of government officials in one location brings with it the awful possibility of a disaster or attack that could wipe out the. »


- Phil Hornshaw

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Kellyanne Conway’s Outfit Mocked: ‘This Is What Happens When the Gays Won’t Dress You’

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The inauguration of  a new president is certainly supposed to be a patriotic day, however Donald Trump’s White House counselor Kellyanne Conway took the theme to the extreme with her red, white and blue outfit Friday. On such a serious day when the swearing in of the new Potus sparked protests and riots across the country, Conway’s far-out fashion, at least, provided a source of light entertainment on social media. While her Gucci A-line wool coat with cat-head buttons (retailing at $3,600 on Gucci.com) could have looked stylish alone — or perhaps worn on a less official occasion — when paired with a red. »


- Debbie Emery

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Remote Controlled: Dan Stevens on ‘Legion’ Weirdness, ‘Bachelor’ Nick Viall Pleads Patience for Corinne

41 minutes ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Welcome to Remote Controlled, Variety’s podcast series featuring the best and brightest in television, both in front of and behind the camera.

This week’s episode features Variety executive editor of TV Debra Birnbaum and senior TV reporter Daniel Holloway in conversation with “Legion” star Dan Stevens about the show’s psychedelic take on the superhero genre — and its differences from his previous TV gig, “Downton Abbey.”

“Remarkably similar,” Stevens joked when asked how the two shows stack up against one another. He added, “They’re fundamentally different things. Although I am in a wheelchair in one of the early episodes.”

Stevens, who played charming aristocrat Matthew Crawley on “Downton Abbey,” stars on FX’s “Legion” as David Haller, a diagnosed schizophrenic who learns that what he’s been told his whole adult life are delusions are instead manifestations of a mutant superpower. The series, based on Marvel’s “X-Men” comic books, is »


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The Orchard and CNN Films Acquire Domestic Rights to ‘Trophy’

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The Orchard and CNN Films announced that they have joined forces to acquire North American rights to Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau’s documentary “Trophy.” “Trophy” is produced by Lauren Haber and Julia Nottingham of Pulse Films. The Orchard will handle all North American rights except broadcast, which will be acquired by CNN. A studio is closing international rights to the film. Also Read: So How Did Kristen Stewart's Directorial Debut Hold Up at Sundance? A startling exploration of the evolving relationship between big-game hunting and wildlife conservation, “Trophy” screens at the Sundance Film Festival in U.S. Documentary Competition. »


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‘Supergirl’ Doc About Pre-Teen Powerlifter Picked Up by FilmRise

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FilmRisehas acquired worldwide rights to director Jessie Auritt’s feature documentary “Supergirl,” the film and TV distributor announced Friday. The film, which screens Saturday at Slamdance Film Festival, follows an Orthodox Jewish pre-teen named Naomi Kutin, who at age nine broke world records in powerlifting and became an international phenomenon. As she fights to hold onto her title, Kutin navigates the perils of adolescence — from religious obligations to cyber-bullying and health issues, which could jeopardize her future in powerlifting. Also Read: So How Did Kristen Stewart's Directorial Debut Hold Up at Sundance? “Supergirl” will make its broadcast debut on »


- Thom Geier

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Broad Green Pulls Buena Vista Social Club Doc From Sundance

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Oscar nominee Lucy Walker’s forthcoming documentary about revolutionary musicians in Cuba has been abruptly pulled from the Sundance lineup. The untitled project was a pseudo-follow up to the hit Wim Wenders doc “Buena Vista Social Club” about the ensemble from 1999. Sundance officials announced the change early Friday morning, with the film’s distributor Broad Green following up with a statement about delayed post-production. Also Read: So How Did Kristen Stewart's Directorial Debut Hold Up at Sundance? “We at Broad Green are disappointed that we will not be able to premiere this compelling documentary at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, »


- Matt Donnelly

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President Trump Initiates Standing Ovation for Hillary Clinton (Video)

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After defeating Hillary Clinton in the election last November, now-President Trump he took a few moments during his inauguration day Friday to honor his former opponent. “I was very, very honored when I heard that President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Clinton were coming today … and I’d like you to stand up,” Trump said at the inaugural luncheon. The room erupted with applause when Hillary rose and she can be seen saying, “Thank you,” as Trump himself clapped loudly with his hands above his head. Also Read: Donald Trump's Inaugural Address: 10 Most Memorable Lines “Honestly, there is nothing »


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M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Split’ to Twist Past Vin Diesel’s ‘xXx’ at Weekend Box Office

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M. Night Shyamalan’s horror-thriller “Split” has separated from its rivals, and is on its way toward a surprisingly strong $28 million in its opening weekend at 3,038 North American locations, early estimates showed Friday.

Vin Diesel’s launch of “xXx: Return of Xander Cage” is heading for a second-place finish with about $20 million at 3,651 sites while the historical drama “Hidden Figures” continues its solid performance in third with $16 million. Michael Keaton’s biopic “The Founder” is showing little traction with a modest $3 million to $4 million weekend at 1,115 locations.

Split” is outperforming recent expectations, which had been at around $20 million at 3,037 sites earlier this week. Early grosses point to a $12 million $14 million opening day with Thursday night previews of $2 million, while “Xander Cage” heads for a $7 million to $9 million opening day. Some early estimates project that “Split” will hit as much as $35 million during the weekend.

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Sundance: Orchard, CNN Films Partner for Hunting Doc 'Trophy'

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The big-game hunting doc Trophy has been acquired by CNN and The Orchard for North America.

CNN will handle the broadcast rights to the film, with all others going to Orchard, which has plans to release the film later this year on a minimum of 150 screens. 

Trophy, which screened in the fest's U.S. documentary competition, is an in-depth look at the intersection of big-game hunting, breeding and wildlife conservation, with interviews from a Texas-based trophy hunter to the world’s largest private rhino breeder in South Africa.

Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau co-directed the documentary, which was produced by »

- Mia Galuppo

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‘I Dream in Another Language’ (‘Sueno en Otro Idioma’): Film Review | Sundance 2017

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As in Blue Eyelids and Dark Spring, the previous work of Mexico’s Contreras brothers -- director Ernesto and writer Carlos -- has mostly focused on unusual relationships. The more ambitious I Dream in Another Language also features an unusual relationship, the one between two elderly speakers of a dying tongue, but this time it’s embedded in a bigger, potentially fascinating issue: that of language death.

This tale of a young linguist seeking to keep a dying language alive is thought-provoking, visually compelling, and will hopefully help to raise awareness about this indirect form of cultural destruction. But its themes are »

- Jonathan Holland

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Annapurna Launches Distribution Arm With Kathryn Bigelow Detroit Riots Movie

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Annapurna Pictures is launching its full-service distribution and marketing operation with Kathryn Bigelow’s untitled movie about the 1967 Detroit riots.

Marc Weinstock, who recently joined the company as president, will oversee the new division alongside marketing chief David Kaminow and Erik Lomis, the distribution president. Annapurna, which was founded by Megan Ellison in 2010, has specialized in adult dramas such as Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty,” “Joy,” “20th Century Women,” “Foxcatcher,” “American Hustle” and “Her.”

“Kathryn’s untitled Detroit project is exemplary of the type of films we will be distributing,” Weinstock said. “I couldn’t be more confident in the team we are establishing to distribute and market the film in a way that is as creative and masterful as her film is.”

Bigelow is producing the film with Annapurna’s Ellison and Matthew Budman. Mark Boal, who wrote the script, and Colin Wilson are also producers with Greg Shapiro executive producing. »


- Dave McNary

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On Inauguration Day, Sundance Film Festival Experiences Trump Aversion Syndrome

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Park City — Hollywood is renowned for creating wormholes, matrices and parallel universes. In this mountain town turned cultural capital Friday, the out-of-towners are conjuring an alternative reality worthy of the industry’s biggest tentpoles.

It might be called “Trump Aversion Syndrome,” and it features thousands of outsiders determined, at least for the better part of one day, to shut out all news emanating from that locale alongside the Potomac River.

At least for those willing to talk about it at the Sundance Film Festival, Donald Trump is a regrettable, even loathsome, figure. Many are not sure his election was legitimate, due to allegations of Russian intervention and FBI dealings.

Many seemed loathe even to speak the Trump name.

“I’m not going to watch it. I don’t think a lot of people are going to watch it,” said one top Hollywood producer said before a meeting Friday morning. He added, »


- James Rainey

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