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Sixteen-year-old actress Auli’i Cravalho made a grand debut in the film industry with the Disney smash Moana, and now she’s continuing that momentum by pairing up with TV producer Jason Katims (Parenthood, Friday Night Lights) with Rise. Based on Michael Sokolove’s book Drama High, the story centers on a theater teacher (How I Met Your Mother’s Josh Radnor) who makes his mark in a small town.

“This show is about real life and real people,” said Cravalho. “And there’s nothing that moves people more than real life. The heartache and the struggle that we all go through. And it’s about high schoolers and high school is hard. (It’s about) realizing that you have struggles doesn’t mean you can’t get through it as well.”

Click on the media bar to hear Cravalho talk about her character and the premise behind Rise.

Rise, co-starring Damon J. Gillespie, is part of NBC’s upcoming fall schedule.

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ALIEN: COVENANTRidley Scott started the Alien franchise, directing the first film in 1979, and returned to the series five years ago to direct Prometheus. With Scott back on board for the new film Alien: Covenant, we asked star Katherine Waterston how much Scott’s Alien history will factor into the new movie.

Alien: Covenant opens in theaters this Friday.

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Adam Levine raised a lot of eyebrows back in 2011 when he signed on as a judge for The Voice. After all, he was a recording and touring musician whose band, Maroon 5, was still at the top of its game. How would he be able to multitask his career with two extremely demanding jobs? Turns out, there was nothing to worry about. In fact, it’s made him even more productive! Pre-Voice, it took Maroon 5 eight years to record three albums; they’ll be releasing their third album in six years this summer. The additional exposure hasn’t hurt, either: Since Levine started moonlighting on the NBC talent competition, Maroon 5 has had seven songs top the U.S. radio airplay chart. Obviously, joining The Voice turned out to be a very good decision for Levine. Now that he’s 13 seasons in, what’s been the most memorable part of his experience? (Click on the media bar below to hear Adam Levine)

The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 8/7c on NBC.

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Hitting your autumnal years shouldn’t be a gradual descent into the inevitable, as living a life of purpose and excitement is possible even in the final chapter of your life.

Directors Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks are just a few of the inspiring people spotlighted in the upcoming HBO documentary If You’re Not In The Obit, Eat Breakfast. Directed by Danny Gold, the project centers on individuals who continue to life of vitality past their 90th birthday.

Betty White, comic book icon Stan Lee, Dick Van Dyke, Kirk Douglas, TV producer Norman Lear and 101-year-old female runner Ida Keeling are just a few of the individuals who are featured in the project. Jerry Seinfeld, though he’s just 63, also reveals plans on what he’ll do for his 100th birthday (spoiler alert: he plans to perform at Caesar’s Palace)!

If You’re Not In The Obit, Eat Breakfast premieres on HBO June 5th. Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think!

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DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: THE LONG HAUL

Eventually kids grow up, and Diary of a Wimpy: The Long Haul spoke to those changes by casting Jason Drucker as Greg (he replaces Zachary Gordon) and Charlie Wright as Greg’s wannabe rocker sibling Rodrick (he takes over for Devon Bostick) in the lead roles. Another big change comes with the roles of the kids’ parents, as Tom Everett Scott (La La Land) and Alicia Silverstone (Clueless) are now part of the franchise, taking over for Steve Zahn and Rachael Harris.

There are two important factors that remain constant, as David Bowers returns as the director (he helmed the previous two installments) and author Jeff Kinney actually co-penned The Long Haul screenplay with Bowers. This time out the family road trip to see Meemaw takes a bit of a detour as Greg actually schemes to attend a gaming convention. Like most of Greg’s plans, this operation doesn’t go smoothly!

Click on the media bar below to hear Alicia Silverstone explain why her character is excited for the family’s new adventure:

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul opens nationwide May 19.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 easily beat out newcomers Snatched and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword to take the #1 slot at this weekend’s box office. The picture made $63 million, with #2 finisher Snatched collecting $17.5 million. The $175 million budgeted King Arthur: Legend of the Sword bombed at the box office with $14.7 million. Here’s this weekend’s top 1o:

1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - It makes $63 million this weekend and has a total domestic gross of over $246 million.

2. Snatched - Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn film makes $17.5 million.

3. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword - $14.7 million

4. The Fate of the Furious - To date the movie has made over $1.1 billion worldwide. It collected $5.3 million over the weekend.

5. The Boss Baby - $4.6 million

6. Beauty and the Beast - It’s the #1 grossing film film of the year with a worldwide take of $1.2 billion. Domestically, it takes in $3.8 million this weekend.

7. How to be a Latin Lover - The picture, starring Salma Hayek and Raquel Welch, collects $3.7 million.

8. Lowriders - $2.3 million

9. The Circle - $1.7 million

10. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion - $1.55 million

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Beauty and the Beast, which is currently this year’s highest grossing film, hits Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD on June 6. Viewers who purchase the movie can watch the theatrical cut, the premiere cut with overture, and a sing-along version. Overtures are very rare these days in cinema, and it will be interesting to see how that’s seamlessly blended into the movie.

As expected, a ton of special features for the film are available. Emma Watson, who plays Belle in the film, hosts the a featurette (”The Women Behind Beauty and the Beast”) which spotlights several talented women who helped bring this transcendent tale to the silver screen. Director Bill Condon is also on hand to introduce the 10 minutes worth of deleted scenes and explain why they were each left off the final cut (one of the scene features Gaston, played by Luke Evans, attempting to woo Belle).

Also included in the special features includes the segment “Making a Moment with Celine Dion” which has the pop icon discussing the Beauty and the Beast song “How Does A Moment Last Forever.” The music video for “How Does A Moment Last Forever,” as well as the music video for Ariana Grande and John Legend’s version of “Beauty and the Beast,” is also featured in the collection.

To pre-order Beauty and the Beast, please go to Disney Movies Anywhere.

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snapshot_4Before Baywatch, Pamela Anderson’s main claim to fame was being the first “Tool Time” girl on Home Improvement, which may have turned a few heads, but was hardly what you could call a breakout role. But once Baywatch hit the airwaves, she became a certified superstar. There aren’t too many ’90s TV viewers who can’t remember the image of Anderson running up and down the beach in that red one-piece swimsuit. When the producers of the big-screen remake asked if she’d like to make an appearance in the movie, she was excited to be part of the Baywatch phenomenon once again. (Click on the media bar below to hear Pamela Anderson)

Baywatch, starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron, opens in theaters May 25.

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Get your pencils and erasers ready. Most of the major networks revealed the fates of their series this week, so we’ll start with the renewals.

- ABC’s Modern Family received a two-year renewal that will keep it around through Season 10. Meanwhile, the alphabet net has re-upped Black-ish for its fourth season. Fellow Wednesday block comedy The Goldbergs has been renewed for seasons five and six, while a spinoff centering on Bryan Callen’s gym teacher Rick Mellor is reportedly in contention for a spot on the schedule. The Tuesday night sitcom American Housewife has been picked up for a second season. In non-sitcom renewals, ABC will bring back Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for a fifth season and the Kiefer Sutherland-starring Designated Survivor for a second season.

- Also at ABC, TV Line is reporting that Scandal will return to the schedule, but that its upcoming seventh season will be its last. And Once Upon a Time will also return for a seventh season, but will undergo a cast overhaul. Jennifer Morrison will not return as a series regular, while the contracts of other Once cast members are reportedly up and need to be renegotiated. Morrison will reportedly return for at least one episode to wrap up her story, and Rebecca Mader has revealed that she won’t return.

- Over at NBC, freshman sitcom Great News has performed well enough in a short run to be picked up for Season 2. The first season wraps on May 23. The peacock also renewed the James Spader-starring The Blacklist for a 22-episode fifth season, though The Blacklist: Redemption didn’t survive. And while ratings dropped on a new night, NBC will continue Blindspot for a third season. It’s mostly good news if you have “Chicago” in your show’s title as Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med will be back, though freshman series Chicago Justice remains in limbo. Also in limbo is the long-running Dick Wolf-created series Law & Order: SVU. NBC are also banking on their Taken adaptation, giving the marginally successful freshman series a second season with 16 episodes, up from the 10 produced for its first year run.

- There’s not a lot of movement for the CW. iZombie has been picked up for Season 4, while The Originals will be back for a fifth season.

- Meanwhile, over on the cable networks, Starz has already picked up American Gods for a second season after two strong airings for the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel. TV Line reports the second season will consist of at least eight episodes and will likely premiere in mid-2018.

- Netflix has given the green light for a second season of 13 Reasons Why. The 13-episode second season will premiere in 2018.

While all of those series can breathe a little easier, fate was not kind for several shows on the bubble. Here’s a rundown of those on the chopping block:

- ABC pulled the plug on Friday night sitcoms Last Man Standing and Dr. Ken. In fact, comedy was no laughing matter at ABC as The Real O’Neals and Imaginary Mary also got the axe. The critically hailed drama American Crime and investigative drama Secrets and Lies also ended up on the chopping block, as did the Shonda Rhimes series The Catch and the freshman series Notorious.

- FOX has dropped sophomore series Rosewood and the supernatural drama Sleepy Hollow from their schedule moving forward. Sunday comedies Making History and Son of Zorn both got cut as well, as did the futuristic cop drama APB.

- “Less” is actually less at NBC. The peacock announced that time travel drama Timeless and superhero-related sitcom Powerless will not return next year.

- Two of the lowest rated series on network television - Frequency and No Tomorrow - were both axed over at the CW.

American Idol is on its way back, but on a different network. ABC reportedly outbid FOX to revive the singing competition. The judge panel has yet to be announced, but there’s talk that new Live With Kelly and Ryan co-host Ryan Seacrest might reprise his role as Idol’s host for the network.

Though American Idol is coming back to the airwaves, two former Idol favorites will find themselves in spinning red chairs on The Voice. NBC has announced that Jennifer Hudson and Miley Cyrus will join Blake Shelton and Adam Levine for the fall 2017 cycle, while Kelly Clarkson will be one of two new coaches during the spring 2018 cycle.

NBC has given the green light to Good Girls, starring Mae Whitman and Retta. TV Line reports that the role of the third mother, played in the pilot by Kathleen Rose Perkins, is being recast. The show centers on three financially challenged suburban moms who contemplate robbing the local supermarket.

ABC has given a series order to a still-untitled comedy starring Zach Braff from Matt Tarses. Deadline reports Braff will star as a radio journalist and family man who quits his job and goes into business for himself.

The CW has done well with comic adaptations, and they’re hoping to continue that streak with Black Lightning. Hart of Dixie star Cress Williams has been cast in the title role and the network has given it a series order. Also new at the CW is Life Sentence, starring Pretty Little LiarsLucy Hale as a woman diagnosed with terminal cancer who lives life to the fullest, only to realize later she was misdiagnosed and must now deal with the decisions made when she thought she was dying.

FXX are reportedly planning an animated Deadpool series with Atlanta creator Donald Glover on board as one of the producers. Dark Horizons reports that the 10-episode first season will debut in 2018.

HBO have given the green light to My Dinner With Herve, a TV movie based on Sacha Gervasi’s story about a past meeting between a struggling journalist and Fantasy Island star Herve Villechaize. Deadline reports that Jamie Dornan will play the journalist, while Peter Dinklage has signed on to play Villechaize.

FX have announced a July 5 start date for the new John Singleton-produced series Snowfall. The show, set in Los Angeles circa 1983, chronicles the start of the crack epidemic. The network has also given a July 16 premiere for the fourth and final season of The Strain.

The Duplass Brothers will see their anthology series Room 104 premiere on HBO on July 28. The comedy is set in a single room in an average American hotel with the visitors providing the story each week. Philip Baker Hall, Melonie Diaz, Keir Gilchrist, Orlando Jones, Tony Todd, James Van Der Beek, Mae Whitman, Natt Wolff and more are among the actors “checking in.”

Showtime have ordered a comedy series based on the Sundance-winning short film SMILF. The show stars Mr. Robot’s Frankie Shaw as a Boston single mother dealing with an oblivious mother (Rosie O’Donnell) and a continually chaotic work and social life. The 10-episode first season will air this fall.

Fox has given a series order for The Resident, a medical drama starring The Good Wife’s Matt Czuchry and Revenge’s Emily Van Camp.

The CW will reboot the ’80s prime-time soap Dynasty. TV Line reports that Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage will oversee Dynasty 2.0, which offers a modernized version and more racially diverse adaptation of the war between two wealthy families. Grant Show, Elizabeth Gillies, Nathalie Kelley, James Mackay, Alan Dale and more have been cast.

NBC has given a series order to A.P. Bio. TV Line reports that the series is being executive produced by Mike O’Brien, Lorne Michaels and Seth Meyers, with It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Glenn Howerton starring as Jack, a philosophy professor who misses out on his dream job and gets stuck teaching high school biology. But rather than accept his situation, he decides to use his brainy students for his own purposes. Patton Oswalt, Lyric Lewis, Mary Sohn and Vanessa Bayer co-star.

USA Network will revive Psych for a two-hour holiday movie. TV Line reports that stars James Roday and Dule Hill will be joined by Maggie Lawson, Corbin Bernsen, Kirsten Nelson and Timothy Omundson in Psych: The Movie, which centers on an investigation when a mystery assailant comes after one of their own.

Showtime is reportedly close to signing off on Escape at Clinton Correctional, from Ben Stiller. Benicio Del Toro and Patricia Arquette are attached to star, with Stiller directing the eight-episode series. The show is based upon a prison break in upstate New York in 2015 that spawned a massive manhunt for two convicted murderers who were aided by a married female prison employee.

Tiffany Haddish will star opposite Tracy Morgan in a still untitled comedy series for TBS. The show centers on Morgan, who after being released from prison on good behavior, returns home to find he now lives in a gentrified neighborhood. Haddish is his former girlfriend, who has transformed from a tough girl to a refined socialite now married to a white guy.


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The Martin Scorsese-directed film The Irishman will start production in August. According to IndieWire, the film stars Robert DeNiro in the titular role as Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, a mob hitman who was supposedly involved in the death of Jimmy Hoffa. The all-star cast includes Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Bobby Cannavale and Harvey Keitel.

Benedict Cumberbatch and Jake Gyllenhaal are in talks to star in Rio. Variety reports that the movie centers on a financial reporter (Gyllenhaal), who travels to Rio de Janeiro to visit his wealthy friend (Cumberbatch), only to get sucked into a plot to fake his friend’s death.

Action superstars unite! Though he bowed out of more Expendables movies, Sylvester Stallone is set to star opposite another longtime action star - Jackie Chan - in the new movie Ex-Baghdad. Deadline reports that the film centers on a private security contractor (Chan) who is called in to extract the workers of an oil refinery that has been attacked in Iraq. When he discovers the true goal of the attackers, he’s forced to team up with a former American marine (Stallone) to stop them.

Edge of Tomorrow will reportedly get a sequel, but according to Doug Liman, it is a bit of a prequel. Speaking with Collider, Liman revealed that the current title is Edge of Tomorro: Live Die Repeat and Repeat. According to the director, both Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt are excited about the movie, but at present scheduling remains the hold up.

Acclaimed director Steve McQueen has signed on to direct a full-length feature documentary on the life of hip hop icon and recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Tupac Shakur. “I am extremely moved and excited to be exploring the life and times of this legendary artist. I attended NYU film school in 1993 and can remember the unfolding hip-hop world and mine overlapping with Tupac’s through a mutual friend in a small way. Few, if any shined brighter than Tupac Shakur. I look forward to working closely with his family to tell the unvarnished story of this talented man,” stated McQueen about the project.

Julia Roberts will star in and produce The Bookseller, based on Cynthia Swanson’s debut novel of the same name. The film centers on an unmarried woman in the ’60s who runs a bookstore with her best friend who dreams of being a mother and wife and must reconcile her daily life with her dreams.

Johnny Depp has signed on for the dramedy Richard Says Goodbye. Wayne Roberts is writing and directing the film, which sees Depp in the titular role as a world-weary college professor who decides to live life as freely as possible after receiving a life-changing diagnosis.

Cliff Curtis, currently seen in Fear the Walking Dead, has reportedly landed a key role in all four of the new Avatar sequels. Curtis will play Tonowari, the leader of the Metkavina, a clan of reef people. The first of the four Avatar sequels is expected to arrive on Dec. 18, 2020.

Liam Neeson has signed on to star in Retribution, the remake of the Spanish thriller El Desconocido. According to Deadline, the film follows a successful Wall Street exec who discovers on his way to work that a bomb has been planted on his car by an unknown assailant. He is tasked with performing a series of orders or else the bomb will be detonated, and making his decisions more difficult is the fact that his family is in the car with him.

According to Deadline, Jesse Eisenberg and Alexander Skarsgard have joined the cast of The Hummingbird Project. The film centers on a pair of cousins from New York who enter a high stakes game of High Frequency Trading, pushing themselves to the brink to build a fiber-optic cable between Kanas and New Jersey that will net them millions, while their former boss attempts to thwart their progress.

Walton Goggins has joined the cast for the third installment in the Maze Runner series. In Maze Runner: The Death Cure, Goggins co-stars as Lawrence, a danger character who is part-revolutionary, part-anarchist who is a voice for the voiceless people. The film finds Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) embarking on a mission to find a cure for a deadly disease. Look for Maze Runner: The Death Cure on the big screen Feb. 9, 2018.

Margot Robbie remains one of the most active actresses in Hollywood, signing on to star in and produce the thriller Dreamland. The movie centers on a 15-year-old youth during the Dust Bowl era who decides to try to save his family’s farm by hunting a fugitive bank robber (Robbie) and collecting the bounty on her head.

Jeff Bridges and Diane Lane have signed on to star in an untitled film from director Reed Moreno and penned by The Kids Are All Right’s Stuart Blumberg. The movie centers on an obsesses violinist (Bridges) who is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness and is forced to move back in with his estranged wife (Lane) during his treatment. But during the process, he experiences profound change which allows him to connect with people and music in unexpected ways.

Jack O’Connell, Chloe Grace Moretz and Josh Gad have come on board the new film Party of the Century. Deadline reports that the film is based around the events at Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball.

Channing Tatum, Gina Rodriguez and Zendaya have landed voice roles in Smallfoot, a new animated feature due in 2018. The Tracking Board reports that the movie centers on a Yeti who believes that humans really do exist.

Tim Blake Nelson will play the lead role in the new film The True Don Quixote. Deadline reports that the indie film just started shooting in New Orleans and follows the story of a lonely man who goes made and embarks on a quest for love, valor and glory in the neighborhood around his house.

Alfre Woodard has joined the cast of the indie film Saint Judy, which centers on a landmark immigration case that affected how women are treated around the world. The film also stars Alfred Molina and Michelle Monaghan.

Christina Hendricks, Bailee Madison and Lewis Pullman have all joined the cast for The Strangers 2. In this Johannes Roberts-directed sequel of sorts, a family road trip takes a turn when their vehicle breaks down at a secluded mobile home park and three masked assailants are ready to pay them a visit.

With Dr. Ken getting canceled, Ken Jeong is returning to the big screen. The actor has joined the cast of the comedy Crazy Rich Asians, which follows a native New Yorker (Constance Wu) as joins her boyfriend (Henry Golding) at his best friend’s wedding in Singapore.


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