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‘Westworld’ Creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy to Develop Horror Anthology ‘Unknown’ at Amazon

They are teaming on the series with “The Boy” filmmakers Craig MacNeill and Clay Chapman “Westworld” creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy are teaming up with “The Boy” filmmakers Craig MacNeill and Clay Chapman to develop horror anthology series “Unknown” at Amazon, TheWrap has learned. “Unknown” is described as a psychological... go to Article >

NY Times Defends Maggie Haberman After Fox News Criticizes Lack of Biden Coverage

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On Monday afternoon the New York Times tweeted its support for star reporter Maggie Haberman after the publication of a Fox News article that criticized her for continuing to report more on Donald Trump than on the Biden administraion. On... read more

Kimmel Reminds First Audience Since COVID How to Watch Things in Person (Video)

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On Monday Jimmy Kimmel welcomed his first real live studio audience since the COVID lockdown began in March 2020 — for the last few months’ he’s been filming in the studio but the audience has consisted of his staff and the occasional guest.... read more

Golden Globes Journalists Who Resigned Targeted as ‘Rats,’ ‘Cancer’ in Internal HFPA Emails (Exclusive)

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Members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association have slammed the two former colleagues who resigned in protest from the Golden Globes group last week, calling the duo “rats” and “cancer” who “bite the hand that feeds you.” In internal... read more

‘Manifest’ Not Moving Forward After NBC Cancellation

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“Manifest” will not move forward with a fourth season after efforts to find the show a new home following its cancellation failed to pan out, TheWrap has learned. NBC announced its decision to cancel the show last week, shortly after the Josh... read more

Joanne Linville, ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Twilight Zone’ Actress, Dies at 93

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Joanne Linville, a prolific character actress best known for playing a Romulan commander in an episode of the original “Star Trek,” died Monday, CAA confirmed to TheWrap. The character actress worked alongside Barbra Streisand in the 1976 “A... read more

Allure Chief Editor Michelle Lee Joins Netflix

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Allure editor-in-chief Michelle Lee stepped down Monday to join Netflix as its first vice president of editorial and publishing. The new position, reporting to chief marketing officer Bozoma Saint John, will manage the streaming company’s... read more

‘Lovecraft Country': How the Show’s Designers Invented Ardham, Kept Those Costumes Crisp and Recreated the Tulsa Massacre

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This story about “Lovecraft Country” first appeared in the Comedy & Drama Series issue of TheWrap’s awards magazine. Even in a television landscape that includes close to 500 scripted series, HBO’s “Lovecraft Country” might cross more genres... read more

‘Rick and Morty’ and ‘Solar Opposites’ Creator on ‘Fundamental’ Difference Between Rick and Korvo

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Justin Roiland is half of the brains behind the operations of Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty” and Hulu’s “Solar Opposites,” with his co-creators on those series being Dan Harmon and Mike McMahan, respectively, and the voice of both animated shows’... read more

25 One-Season Shows You Need to Watch, From ‘The Get Down’ to ‘High Fidelity’ (Photos)

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It’s always a letdown when shows don’t get to shine. Even worse is when a series shows so much potential, but gets canceled after only one season. Many of them go on to become cult classics, but we still have to wonder what could’ve happened if... read more

From ‘Vocal Holdout’ to Partner: Inside Steven Spielberg’s Shocking New Netflix Deal

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Netflix scored a major coup on Monday by signing a multipicture deal with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Partners — just two years after the Oscar-winning director criticized streamers for ruining the “motion picture theatrical experience” with their... read more

Bryan Cranston, Annette Bening to Star in Paramount+ Comedy ‘Jerry and Marge Go Large’

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Paramount+ announced Monday that Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening will star in “Jerry and Marge Go Large,” an original comedy film for the streaming service by Oscar and Emmy-winning director David Frankel.Based on a true story, the film will... read more