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'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Footage Shown at Disney's Shareholders Meeting

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Footage Shown at Disney's Shareholders Meeting

New footage of Star Wars: The Last Jedi was shown at Disney Annual Shareholder's Meeting in Denver. — The key moment in the footage is Luke Skywalker asking Rey "Who are you?". Rey then responds by swinging her lightsaber. Other characters shown include Chewbacca, General Leia Organa, and Finn. The shareholders also saw footage of a damaged X-Wing flying through a larger ship, a variety of mountains and a forest landscape.

Taran Killam's 'Mating' Not Moving Forward at Showtime

Taran Killam's 'Mating' Not Moving Forward at Showtime

The half-hour comedy pilot Mating starring Saturday Night Live alum Taran Killam will not be moving forward at Showtime. — It was one of the three comedy pilots ordered by Showtime back in January. The network picked up one, Jay Pharaoh's White Famous. SMILF and Mating were the two others. SMILF is still in the running to be picked up.

John Cena Joins 'Daddy's Home 2'

John Cena Joins 'Daddy's Home 2'

WWE superstar John Cena is becoming more relevant in Hollywood, after his previous appearances in movies like Trainwreck and Sisters. — After John Cena made a cameo at the end of Daddy's Home, which set up the sequel, Cena will now join Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Mel Gibson, John Lithgow, Linda Cardellini, Owen Vaccaro, and Scarlett Estevez in the Paramount comedy 'Daddy's Home 2.'

'La La Land' is Luring More Projects to Lionsgate

'La La Land' is Luring More Projects to Lionsgate

After the overwhelming success of La La Land. It has brought many new projects to Lionsgate. According to a top executive at Lionsgate. — Erik Feig, president of the studios motion picture group said that La La Land outperformed in every market. La La Land has grossed over $270 million at the box office and has received countless award nominations.

Disney CEO Bob Iger Has Seen 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'

Disney CEO Bob Iger Has Seen 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'

After Rogue One the wait for Episode VIII began. Soon the excitement skyrocketed when the film's title was revealed to be The Last Jedi. — Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed he has seen the early cut of the film. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi, otherwise known as Episode VIII, will open in December and I just saw it last week,” he said in a statement alongside the company’s Q1 earnings release.

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