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‘Twilight’ Actor Gregory Tyree Boyce Dies at 30

‘Twilight’ Actor Gregory Tyree Boyce Dies at 30
Gregory Tyree Boyce, best known for playing Tyler Crowley in the first “Twilight” film, died on May 13, the Clark County Coroner’s Office confirmed to Variety. He was 30.

Boyce and his girlfriend, 27-year-old Natalie Adepoju, were both found dead in their Las Vegas condo, E! reported. The cause of death for either individual has not yet been disclosed.

In 2008’s “Twilight,” Boyce played the role of Crowley, a student at Forks High School who nearly hits Bella (Kristen Stewart) with his car. When Edward (Robert Pattinson) is able to stop the car with his hand, Bella’s suspicion that Edward is a vampire solidifies.

Boyce also had the role of Cowboy in a video short titled “Apocalypse” in 2018. However, according to a Facebook post made by Boyce’s mother, Lisa Wayne, Boyce had recently set his sights on starting a restaurant.

“He was in the process of starting a wing business,
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Ken Osmond, ‘Leave It to Beaver’ Star Who Played Eddie Haskell, Dies at 76

Ken Osmond, ‘Leave It to Beaver’ Star Who Played Eddie Haskell, Dies at 76
Ken Osmond, best known for his role at the troublemaker Eddie Haskell on the television comedy “Leave It to Beaver,” died on Monday morning. He was 76.

Sources tell Variety Osmond passed away at his Los Angeles home surrounded by family members.

The cause of death is unknown.

Osmond, a native of Glendale, Ca., began his career as a child actor with his first speaking part at age 9 in the film “So Big,” starring Jane Wyman and Sterling Hayden, followed by “Good Morning Miss Dove,” and “Everything But the Truth. He also guest-starred on television series, including “Lassie,” “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,
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David Arquette Back as Dewey Riley in Spyglass' 'Scream' Relaunch

David Arquette Back as Dewey Riley in Spyglass' 'Scream' Relaunch
David Arquette is returning to the world of Scream.

The actor, who played the memorable role of Dewey Riley in the previous four outings of the genre-skewing horror movie series, will reprise the character for the relaunch being made by Spyglass Media Group, the company announced today.

Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett of the filmmaking group Radio Silence are on board to direct the project, making it the first of the franchise that will not be helmed by deceased horror master Wes Craven. Writing are James Vanderbilt, whose credits range from the Adam Sandler yarn Murder Mystery to David Fincher’s Zodiac, and ...
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‘Furiosa’: Jodie Comer Reportedly In Contention To Star In ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Prequel

‘Furiosa’: Jodie Comer Reportedly In Contention To Star In ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Prequel
Recently, it was revealed that development on the long-awaited “Mad Max: Fury Road” prequel, focused on the character of Furiosa, was shifting into high gear as filmmaker George Miller confirmed that he’s set to begin work on it next. However, we also learned that Charlize Theron, who played Furiosa in ‘Fury Road,’ will definitely not be back to star, given the prequel follows the early days of the character.

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Friends and Collaborators Mourn the Loss of Director Lynn Shelton: ‘She Was Only Just Getting Started’

Friends and Collaborators Mourn the Loss of Director Lynn Shelton: ‘She Was Only Just Getting Started’
Lynn Shelton, the beloved indie film director who also helmed mainstream TV programs like “Little Fires Everywhere,” “Mad Men” and “Glow,” tragically died on Friday. Her publicist cited a previously unknown blood disorder as the cause of death. She was 54.

Shelton made her directorial debut at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006 with “We Go Way Back” but it was her second feature film, “Humpday,” starring Mark Duplass and Joshua Leonard, that opened up doors for the Seattle native. She would later reunite with Duplass on “Your Sister’s Sister,” led by Emily Blunt and Rosemarie Dewitt, and also worked with Duplass on the drama “Outside In,” while Dewitt would pair up with Shelton again in 2013’s “Touchy Feely.”
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Jude Law Drama ‘The Nest’ Hopes to Open in Theaters This September

Jude Law Drama ‘The Nest’ Hopes to Open in Theaters This September
Movie theaters will probably be back open by September…right? IFC Films sure thinks so, which is why they’ve just set a September 18 theatrical release date for The Nest, a drama starring Jude Law and Carrie Coon. IFC is no stranger to releasing titles to VOD, so the fact that they’re aiming for this theatrical release […]
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‘Good Omens’ Writer Neil Gaiman Apologizes After Flouting Travel Warnings, Journeying from New Zealand to Scotland

‘Good Omens’ Writer Neil Gaiman Apologizes After Flouting Travel Warnings, Journeying from New Zealand to Scotland
British author and screenwriter Neil Gaiman has apologized after being reprimanded by Scottish police for traveling from New Zealand to the Scottish island of Skye — a journey that has rattled residents of the 10,000-strong community who have been trying to self-isolate.

Police Scotland confirmed to Variety that the “American Gods” author had been approached by local officers on Sunday after Gaiman detailed his late April trip from Auckland to the Scottish island — which included two flights and a lengthy drive — in a May 14 blog post. Gaiman wrote of flying “masked and gloved” halfway around the world: “Both flights were surreal,
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Billy Corgan Delivers Acoustic Rendition of ‘Hard Times’ on ‘Fallon’

Billy Corgan Delivers Acoustic Rendition of ‘Hard Times’ on ‘Fallon’
The Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan shared a stripped-down performance of his solo song “Hard Times” on The Tonight Show Monday.

The original version of the song, from Corgan’s 2019 record Cotillions, is a lonesome but lush country tune that lends itself nicely to a fully acoustic rendition. And the lyrics are, of course, particularly relevant at this moment. On The Tonight Show, Corgan picked up the pace of his strumming a bit as he moved effortlessly through the song’s grandiose verses to reach the simple but potent hook: “Albion
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Madeleine Albright Discusses the Covid-19 Crisis of Leadership With Trevor Noah

Madeleine Albright Discusses the Covid-19 Crisis of Leadership With Trevor Noah
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright discussed the qualities of leadership needed during a time of crisis in an interview with Trevor Noah on The Daily Show Monday.

The interview began with Albright recalling her childhood in England during World War II and discussing the trust the people had in the government when it came to keeping themselves and each other safe, even if that meant sleeping in the cellar of an apartment building for maximum protection during air raids. The willingness to do all that, Albright said, stemmed directly
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Jack Thorne, Genevieve Barr Pen BBC Factual Drama on Disabled Rights Campaign

Jack Thorne, Genevieve Barr Pen BBC Factual Drama on Disabled Rights Campaign
His Dark Materials” writer Jack Thorne has partnered with actor-turned-writer Genevieve Barr to create a factual drama for BBC Two based on the true story about the campaign for disabled civil rights in Britain.

With a working title of “Independence Day? How Disabled Rights Were Won,” the 60-minute film centres on the people behind a campaign of direct action for disability rights.

The film enters the story through the eyes of Barbara Lisicki and Alan Holdsworth (pictured), two disabled cabaret performers who met in 1989 and went on to become the driving force behind Dan (Direct Action Network).

Their incendiary ‘Piss
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Amazon Prime Takes U.S. Rights to Documentary ‘Cuba: The Revolution and the World’

Amazon Prime Takes U.S. Rights to Documentary ‘Cuba: The Revolution and the World’
Amazon Prime has picked up U.S. rights to two-part documentary “Cuba: The Revolution and the World,” produced by the U.K.’s Brook Lapping and France’s Temps Noir.

The U.S. deal is one of a swathe of global sales for the BBC and Arte France-commissioned history of Cuba’s revolution, which is being repped by Arte Distribution.

National Geographic U.S. has also picked up the doc for Nat Geo Mundo, its Spanish Language channel in the U.S.

Other territories include: TV Hk in Hong Kong; Fox Latin America, covering all Latin America; Hrt in
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U.K.’s Royal Television Society Shifts September Conference Online

U.K.’s Royal Television Society Shifts September Conference Online
The U.K.’s Royal Television Society will move its biennial London conference online this year as it looks to mitigate concerns around coronavirus.

In partnership with YouTube, the conference — which was due to kick off around Sept. 15 — will stream a number of key sessions for free online around that time. The sessions, which generally draw a number of high-profile TV executives from the broadcasting and streaming worlds, will also be made available on the Rts website following their YouTube premieres.

The conference is the latest in the TV calendar to have moved online, following the Edinburgh TV Festival, which
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Berlin’s Efm Head Matthijs Wouter Knol Steps Down

Berlin’s Efm Head Matthijs Wouter Knol Steps Down
Matthijs Wouter Knol, the head of the European Film Market that runs alongside the Berlin Film Festival, is stepping down after 12 years with the fest. He will next be in charge of the European Film Academy, the org governing the European Film Awards, starting on Jan. 1.

During his long tenure at the Berlin Film Festival, Knol served as the program manager of Berlinale Talents from 2008 to 2014, and was then appointed director of the Berlinale’s European Film Market, taking over from Beki Probst, in June 2014.

“With great success, Matthijs forged ahead with the strategic expansion of the European Film Market and developed it into one of the most significant industrial platforms in the audiovisual industry,” said Mariette Rissenbeek and Carlo Chatrian, the new Berlinale director duo.

“We are thankful for his great commitment, and congratulate him on the new professional challenge. We wish Matthijs all the best and look forward
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Matthijs Wouter Knol to Step Down as Director of Berlin's European Film Market

Matthijs Wouter Knol is stepping down after six years as director of the Berlin Film Festival's European Film Market. The Dutch executive will leave his current position as the Efm's boss in November.

In January 2021 he will take over as director of the European Film Academy (Efa), replacing outgoing head Marion D?ring.

"The arrival of someone of the quality and caliber of Matthijs to lead the Academy on the next phase of its onward journey," said Efa chairman Mike Downey in a statement. "Marion is a hard act to follow. But if anyone ...
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Jimmy Kimmel Recounts His Favorite Fred Willard Moments in Touching Tribute (Video)

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Jimmy Kimmel Recounts His Favorite Fred Willard Moments in Touching Tribute (Video)
Monday night’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” was devoted to comedian Fred Willard, who died Friday at age 86. And appropriately, Kimmel began with an opening monologue that recounted some of his favorite moments when Willard appeared on the show.

Willard, best known for his long collaboration with director Christopher Guest, was also a friend of Kimmel’s as well as a frequent guest on “Live.” He not only appeared several times to promote other projects, but also performed as part of the show, appearing in a many sketches over the years.

Kimmel talked about that and more in his monologue, which began with a discussion of the influence Willard had on Kimmel when he was growing up. “When I was a kid, I spent a lot of time sitting in front of a TV I had on my desk in my room – and one of the shows I would
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‘Deadpool 3’ Not in Marvel’s Five-Year Schedule, Says Comic Book Creator

‘Deadpool 3’ Not in Marvel’s Five-Year Schedule, Says Comic Book Creator
Marvel fans shouldn’t expect to see a new “Deadpool” movie for at least five years, according to the character’s comic book creator Rob Liefeld.

In an interview with io9, Liefeld explained that he’s seen the Marvel Cinematic Universe schedule for the next five years, and “Deadpool 3″ isn’t on the docket.

“Until a movie is put on a schedule, it’s not taken seriously. And what people don’t like is that I have assessed the schedule for the next — give or take — five years and I don’t see ‘Deadpool’ on it. I don’t see that it can arrive earlier than that,” he said.

The comic book writer addressed how some of his previous comments about the lack of production on “Deadpool 3″ were misinterpreted as a knock against Marvel. He said that next time he’s questioned about it he should lie in order to not rile up fans.
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13 Superhero Characters Who Deserve Their Own Films (Photos)

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13 Superhero Characters Who Deserve Their Own Films (Photos)
You might think that at some point we’re going to run out of comic book superheroes. Fortunately, you would be super wrong, because there’s a hell of a lot more in the world of comics than the Avengers and Justice League. And just in the last couple of weeks projects based on Rob Leifeld’s “Prophet” and Scott Lodbell’s “Ball and Chain” were announced. So here are 13 heroes we think are long overdue for the live action film treatment, from fan favorites to cult classics. Hollywood, use your Covid-19 free time and get on this now.

1. Richard Rider (Nova)

Rider is the most famous member of Nova Corps, the intergalactic cops seen in 2014’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” — think of them as Marvel’s version of the Green Lanterns. In comics he’s crossed paths with the Guardians, Captain Marvel and Thor over the years — in other
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Netflix Defends Depiction of Prosecutor Linda Fairstein in ‘When They See Us’ Lawsuit

Netflix Defends Depiction of Prosecutor Linda Fairstein in ‘When They See Us’ Lawsuit
Netflix has fired back at former New York prosecutor Linda Fairstein, defending its villainous depiction of her in “When They See Us.”

Fairstein filed a defamation lawsuit against the Netflix and director Ava DuVernay in March, alleging that she was portrayed in “When They See Us” as a racist prosecutor hellbent on locking up innocent men. She argued she was depicted using racially inflammatory language that she would never use, and that her career as a public speaker and legal consultant had been ruined.

In a motion to dismiss the suit filed on Monday, Netflix argued that the characterization was substantially true,
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Hear the Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde Cover Bob Dylan’s ‘Standing in the Doorway’

Hear the Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde Cover Bob Dylan’s ‘Standing in the Doorway’
The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde and James Walbourne recorded an atmospheric version of Bob Dylan’s “Standing in the Doorway” for the latest installment of their “Dylan Lockdown Series.”

Like the original version on 1997’s Time Out of Mind, the revamped take stretches out past seven minutes, with Hynde softly singing over airy piano, organ, electric guitar and distant percussion. They paired the song with a video full of vivid shots of farmland, train tracks and raindrops trickling down window panes.

“Thanks one more to Tchad Blake on mixing duties and
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‘Legally Blonde 3’ Taps Mindy Kaling, Dan Goor as Writers

‘Legally Blonde 3’ Taps Mindy Kaling, Dan Goor as Writers
Mindy Kaling and Dan Goor have agreed to write the script for Reese Witherspoon’s “Legally Blonde 3” for MGM.

Witherspoon committed to the project in 2018 and is set to return as Elle Woods, the sorority-girl-turned-lawyer. She will also produce through her Hello Sunshine production company. “Legally Blonde” producer Marc Platt will return, joined by his Platt Productions president Adam Siegel and Lauren Neustadter, Hello Sunshine’s head of Film and Television.

Legally Blonde” was a success for MGM in 2001, grossing $141.8 million worldwide. The film followed a perky sorority sister attempting to win back her ex-boyfriend by getting a law degree from Harvard University while remaining relentlessly upbeat and usually clad in pink. The classic film also starred Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Matthew Davis, Victor Garber, Jennifer Coolidge and a Chihuahua named Bruiser, owned by Witherspoon’s character.

MGM released the follow-up, “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde,” which was set in Washington,
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