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“Hello, Clarice” – Jodie Foster Visits Stephen Colbert For Special Probe Into Lecter Ties To Trump

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Stephen Colbert says hello to special agent Clarice Starling tonight, as Jodie Foster joins him for a segment reprising her Silence of the Lambs role as the FBI novice who bonds with Dr. Hannibal Lecter. Clarice has some questions regarding Robert Mueller's probe into Trump's ties to Russia directed toward Hannibal Lecter (Stephen Colbert). — The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) December 16, 2017 &nbsp… »

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‘Exorcist’ EPs Talk Tonight’s Finale, Possible Season 3 & Disney/Fox Deal

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Spoiler Alert: This story contains details of tonight's The Exorcist Season 2 finale Exclusive: "You know, we've been promising that war is coming to some extent from the very beginning of this show and I think Season 3 is the war arriving," says The Exorcist executive producer Jeremy Slater of tonight's ominous Season 2 finale and where the Alfonso Herrera and Ben Daniels led Fox horror series could go next if it's renewed. Of course, such a renewal for the show based… »

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‘The Trade’: Morgan Spurlock Dropped As Executive Producer Of Showtime’s Sundance-Bound Docu Series

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The fallout from Morgan Spurlock’s public confession of sexual misconduct earlier this week continues. The documentary maker has been dropped as an executive producer of Showtime’s upcoming five-episode docu-series The Trade, which will have a world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, followed by a Feb. 2 debut on Showtime. The move follows Spurlock’s exit from his production company, Warrior Poets, in the wake of the controversy. The Trade spotlights the opioid… »

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Filming On TNT Unscripted Series ‘Who Rules The World’ Suspended As Producers Sever Ties With Morgan Spurlock

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TNT, Sarah Jessica Parker’s Pretty Matches and Refinery29 have suspended production on the planned unscripted series Who Rules the World (working title), which had been co-produced by Morgan Spurlock's Warrior Poets and executive produced by the documentarymaker. The decision follows Spurlock’s public admission of sexual misconduct earlier this week. The series, which tackles women’s issues, did not have a premiere date and was in early stages of production. Its future… »

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Liz Mahoney, Megan Moss Pachon, Bryna Rifkin & Heidi Lopata Form New PR Shingle Narrative

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Liz Mahoney, Megan Moss Pachon, Bryna Rifkin and Heidi Lopata are forming a new entertainment public relations firm, Narrative. The move comes shortly after ID announced the abrupt exits of Mahoney, Moss Pachon and Rifkin. Lopata is the new entry here, coming from 42West. They are top-tier publicists. In a statement, Mahoney, Moss Pachon, Rifkin and Lopata said: "We have the utmost esteem for our colleagues at ID and 42West and are deeply appreciative of the wisdom… »

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‘Watergate’ Limited Series From George Clooney & Matt Charman In Works At Netflix

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The specter of Watergate has loomed large over Washington, D.C. recently — great timing for a television series looking at the scandal. Bridge of Spies writer Matt Charman has partnered with George Clooney and Clooney’s Smokehouse Pictures partner Grant Heslov for Watergate, an eight-part limited series. We hear that the project has landed at Netflix for development in a competitive situation. The potential series will be produced by studio Sonar Entertainment, which last… »

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Beware: How Global One Management’s Questionable Practices Entangled Politicians, Child Actors And The Homeless

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Exclusive: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, California Sen. Dianne Feinstein and seven members of the L.A. City Council earlier this year signed glowing letters of support for a talent showcase and charity run out of the downtown loft of a local talent manager who may have violated state and federal labor laws. Sunny Chae, whose Global One Management represents numerous aspiring child actors who have performed at her annual Worldwide Star Search talent showcase, doesn't… »

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Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Banner Inks First-Look Deal With Warner Bros. TV, Sets Female Wall Street Drama At NBC

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Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Entertainment has closed a two-year first-look deal with Warner Bros. Television. The company already has sold its first project under the pact, drama Shattered Glass to NBC. Created and written by Kat Blasband Page, Shattered Glass, which is not related to the journalism-themed movie of the same name, is described as House of Cards meets Revenge. It is an empowering post-feminist revenge fantasy set in the world of Wall Street in which a trio of… »

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At&T, Justice Department Settlement Talks Over Time Warner Deal Fail

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At&T and the U.S. Department of Justice have been unable to resolve antitrust concerns over the pending Time Warner acquisition outside of court, according to a document filed today. The two sides have been engaging in settlement talks, but “despite their efforts, have not been able to settle the matter.” The disclosure came in a document laying out a schedule leading up to the planned March 19 trial. The Justice Department is suing to block the merger, arguing that the… »

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After Merger, SAG-aftra Constitution Dropped “Sexual Harassment” As Specific Cause For Expelling Members

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Exclusive: Many of the victims in Hollywood's ever-widening sexual harassment and assault scandal are members of SAG-aftra, but many of the alleged perpetrators are members of the union as well. Which raises the question: Will the union take action to expel them, as the DGA and the Producers Guild did with Harvey Weinstein? In 2009, before its merger with AFTRA, the Screen Actors Guild suspended the membership of actor Seymour Cassel for two years after the board of… »

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Blair Brown On Uma Thurman, Queen Lear – And The Mystery Of ‘Molly Dodd’

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Blair Brown plays a D.C. doyenne of the right and designated head of the Fed in Beau Willimon’s Broadway play The Parisian Woman. This makes her the foil for Uma Thurman’s ambitious lefty agitator, who hopes Brown will put in a word with the unnamed boss – that would be Donald Trump – advancing her husband’s transition from tax lawyer to a choice judgeship. Fat chance. In what is easily the play’s most crackling scene, the two women engage in a conversational tango… »

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Rob Lowe Stars In ‘The Bad Seed’ Remake With A Gender Switch Eyed By Lifetime

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Exclusive: Rob Lowe is set to direct and star in a remake of the classic 1956 Oscar-nominated thriller The Bad Seed for Lifetime. The project is currently in negotiations with Warner Bros., which owns the rights to the title. Lowe will play the father of a young daughter who is the personification of evil. The parent's gender is being switched from the '56 feature version, where it was played by Nancy Kelly, as well as from the book and play the movie was based on. Kelly… »

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Carter Page: Al Franken Gropes Preferable To “Groundless Witch Hunt”

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Carter Page, man of a thousand MSNBC promos, just added to his year’s already stuffed stocking of loony moments. In a 15-page letter to the Senate's Select Committee on Intelligence’s Dianne Feinstein, the former Trump advisor explains his reluctance to submit personal emails and other documents by comparing himself to sexual harassment victims of Al Franken. “I believe that if you surveyed Senator Franken’s harassment victims, a vast majority of them would most likely… »

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‘Little Women’ Trailer: First Look At Masterpiece & BBC One Adaptation

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“Four small children is a recipe for heartache, headache and indigestion.” So says Angela Lansbury’s Aunt March at the opening of the first trailer for Little Women, the TV adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel from Masterpiece, BBC One and Playground. Set against the backdrop of a country divided, the story follows the four March sisters: Jo, played by newcomer Maya Hawke, Meg, played by Willa Fitzgerald, Beth, played by Annes Elwy and Amy, played by Kathryn… »

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‘Gunpowder’ Review: Kit Harington Miniseries Solid Shot For ‘Game Of Thrones’ Star’s Future

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Clearly never wanting to get out of the successful Game of Thrones business, HBO is firing off into the binge business this weekend with the debut of the Kit Harington starring and executive produced Gunpowder. Premiering on December 18, with its second and third parts on December 19 and 20th, the miniseries is a very violent and very watchable early Guy Fawkes gift of sorts from the Holiday Night King. Based on the 1605 effort of Fawkes and some besieged English… »

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‘Unsolved’: Trailer & Premiere Date For USA’s Tupac Shakur-Biggie Smalls Series

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USA has set 10 Pm February 27 for the premiere of Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. The network also unveiled a new trailer that you can watch above. Written by Kyle Long, the 10-episode true-crime anthology series chronicles the dual police investigations of Detective Greg Kading (Josh Duhamel) and Detective Russell Poole (Jimmi Simpson) into the controversial murders of two of the rap industry's most legendary players, Tupac Shakur (Marcc Rose) and… »

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‘Spaced Out’ Comedy Redeveloped As Multi-Cam At CBS With Bill Lawrence

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CBS has closed a deal for Spaced Out, a multi-camera workplace comedy from Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence and Warner Bros. TV where Lawrence’s  Doozer Prods. is based. Written by Lawrence, the ensemble comedy is set in the world of commercial space travel. Doozer’s Lawrence and Jeff Ingold executive produce. A single-camera version of Spaced Out was set up at NBC last season. It was written by Adam Sztykiel and executive produced by Lawrence and Ingold. The project went to p… »

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Deadline’s New Hollywood Podcast: ‘American Koko’s Diarra Kilpatrick Talks Diverse Storytelling In The Digital Space

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Writer, actress, producer and Internet “Koko” queen Diarra Kilpatrick stopped by the New Hollywood podcast to talk about her ABC digital series American Koko and her Amazon pilot The Climb. Kilpatrick has joined the ranks of creators who have used the digital space to fashion unique stories that have crossed over into the TV world. With her roots set in theater, Kilpatrick is a new voice in the industry that deserves your ear, giving us a fresh point of view with her two… »

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Sundance 2018: RuPaul Heading To Park City For ‘Drag Race’ Retrospective & Award Juror Role

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Exclusive: Deadline has learned that RuPaul is going to the Sundance Film Festival next month, with the festival presenting RuPaul’s Drag Race: A Retrospective of the Cultural Phenomenon.  The VH1 Emmy-winning series is about to celebrate its tenth season, and the RuPaul-hosted Sundance event and panel will take a look back at Drag Race‘s impact. Also sitting with RuPaul on the panel will be the series’ EPs and Sundance Film Festival vets Randy Barbato and Fenton… »

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Judd Apatow’s ‘Love’ To End On Netflix With Season 3, Which Gets Premiere Date

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Netflix has set March 9, 2018 as premiere date for the upcoming third season of the Judd Apatow comedy series, which will be its last. Love, created by Apatow, Paul Rust and Lesley Arfin and starring Rust and Gillian Jacobs, was originally picked up with a two-season straight-to-series order. The show, from Apatow Productions and Legendary Television, was renewed for a third season in February. “I am really excited about the third season of Love. I think it is our… »

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