It was a phenomenal reboot of a beloved franchise. SNL's Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon killed their roles. Also SNL's Cecily Strong as the mayor's secretary was a great choice.
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Former Fox 2000 Chief Elizabeth Gabler signs multi-platform production deal with Sony and HarperCollins
The former Fox 2000 chief is moving to Sony with a new multi-platform deal along with HarperCollins. — The new Gabler led venture will be located on Sony's Culver City lot and will begin operation later this summer. Elizabeth Gabler is the executive behind the literary-minded content of Fox 2000. The move to Sony reunites Gabler with her old boss Tom Rothman, who now runs Sony Pictures.
'Bohemian Rhapsody' and 'Rocketman' Director Dexter Fletcher Will Direct 'Sherlock Holmes 3'
For many years there has been speculation as to when Robert Downey Jr. would return to his Sherlock Holmes franchise. — Now it looks like we have the answer. The 2009 film and the 2011 sequel from Guy Ritchie got the franchise off to a successful start. Ritchie went on to direct other films such as The Man from UNCLE and Aladdin. The next entry is now an officially a go with a new director behind it. That director is Dexter Fletcher.
Warner Bros. Animation and Elizabeth Banks Working on Adult 'Flintstones' Reboot
Elizabeth Banks has an overall deal with Warner Bros. TV. — The Flintstones is the latest Hanna-Barbera cartoon to receive a modern update. Warner Bros. Animation along with Banks' Brownstone Productions is developing a new take on the classic animated sitcom. The project is in the early development phases. The series will be an adult animated series centered around an original idea featuring The Flintstones characters.
'The Haunting of Hill House' Oliver Jackson-Cohen will star in Universal and Blumhouse's 'The Invisible Man'
Since I have not read H.G. Wells source material, nor have I seen Universal’s 1933 adaptation, I am going to go with answer B, and I couldn’t be more thrilled about it!
'The Farewell' Review
If a person is diagnosed with a terminal illness, should they be told? Or, should that secret be kept so the person can enjoy their final few months without the burden of the truth? What if that person is the beloved matriarch of a proud but fractured Chinese family? That’s the foundation of “The Farewell”, a thought- provoking, based on a true story dramedy — that’s actually “based on a true lie”.
Warner Bros. 'Just Mercy' will hit theaters right in time for Awards consideration
Will Michael B. Jordan land his second unofficial Oscar nom? (I'm pretending Fruitvale Station was his first) — In a not-so-surprising move, Warner Bros has given Destin Cretton’s upcoming civil rights drama a vote of confidence by moving its theatrical release for Awards consideration.