Vanessa Hudgens Joins Jennifer Lopez in Romantic Comedy 'Second Act' – Variety

October 17, 2017 3:09PM PT Vanessa Hudgens has joined the cast of “Second Act,” the upcoming romantic comedy starring Jennifer Lopez. Peter Segal will direct the film, which was developed by STXfilms with Lopez from an idea conceived by Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas and Justin Zackham. The movie is in the vein of “Maid in Manhattan” and “Working Girl.” Lopez …

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New BLACK PANTHER Trailer Looks as Much Like a Sci-fi Movie as a Superhero Film – Nerdist

At some point without us realizing it, the MCU stopped making superhero movies and instead switched to pure sci-fi. And we are here for it. While we’ve been mostly distracted by how amazing Thor: Ragnarok looks, every single clip, scene, teaser, and sneak peek for next year’s Black Panther has been just as stunning. That …

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Film News Roundup: 'Bridge of Spies' Writer Matt Charman Producing Survival Novel 'Ruthless River' – Variety

In today’s film news roundup, Matt Charman is developing “Ruthless River,” runaway slave story “Never Caught” is in the works as a movie, Cynthia Addai-Robinson is starring in “Always & Forever,” and “Kedi” gets a one-day release. DEVELOPMENT Holly FitzGerald’s Amazon survival novel “Ruthless River” is in development as a movie with “Bridge of Spies” writer …

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The end of Harvey Weinstein and an industry that secretly loves its bullies – Los Angeles Times

The horrific allegations against Harvey Weinstein have summoned forth images that will play in our heads on a loop for days, months, maybe years. Those images — detailed with sickening exactitude in the pages of the New York Times and the New Yorker, and also in the harrowing personal testimonies that have emerged since — …

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Hollywood Sex Abuse Won't End Until More Women Call The Shots – Forbes

<div _ngcontent-c23 innerhtml=" Warner Bros. Gal Gadot in &quot;Wonder Woman&quot; Change won’t happen until more women make movies and more movies are made about women in all genres and in all levels of film and television production. That’s the simple truth about dealing with any possible “Let’s do better” soul-searching in the wake of the …

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Hilary Swank to Star in Sci-Fi Thriller 'I Am Mother' (EXCLUSIVE) – Variety

Hilary Swank is starring in the science-fiction thriller “I Am Mother,” which has started shooting at South Australia’s Adelaide Studios, Variety has learned exclusively. Swank, who won best actress Academy Awards for “Million Dollar Baby” and “Boys Don’t Cry,” is joining Clara Rugaard in a unique mother-daughter story. Rugaard portrays the first of a new …

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New film explores the real-life romantic threesome behind Wonder Woman – Ars Technica

Elizabeth Marston, William Marston, and Olive Byrne fell in love during the late 1920s at Tufts, where they were working as psychological researchers. Inspired by Elizabeth and Olive, William would go on to create Wonder Woman. Annapurna Pictures Elizabeth is starting to have feelings for Olive, though she’s reluctant to throw aside social convention. Rebecca …

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Tokyo Ghoul: The Movie – IGN

Share. This adaptation has the blood but it’s missing the guts. By Miranda Sanchez The live-action film adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul checks a lot of boxes; it follows the source material, there is tons of blood, people are eaten, coffee is brewed, and the kagune pack a punch. Taking on the Dove arc only, this …

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