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Elizabeth Debicki To Join The Crown For Seasons 5 And 6 To Play Princess Diana

One of the major casting questions about the Netflix series The Crown is who would be playing Princess Diana in upcoming seasons. The question is now answered, as the streaming service has announced that The Great Gatsby and Widows star Elizabeth Debicki would be taking over the role from Emma Corrin who is playing her in the upcoming season 4.

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Madonna Teases A Return To Film

Madonna has been having quite the year so far. First, Variety is reporting that the Material Girl let her contract expire with Interscope Records, rumours are persisting that she’s looking at returning to Warner Music, and and now she’s teasing a return to film.

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Taylor Swift’s Latest Album Is 2020’s Best So Far

Taylor Swift is no stranger to making headlines with her music, and her new album “Folklore” is no different. The album has the best first week numbers since her last album “Lover” was released 11 months ago. On top of that, 8 of the top 10 songs belong to her, and 15 of the top 20.  Even with 5 months left to go in the year, it’s looking as if Swift’s album will be the top selling album of the year.

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WarnerMedia Investigating Workplace Complaints Against The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Long running TV talks show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, has been the subject of several complaints of the treatment of legacy crew members during the coronavirus lockdown, as well as alleged racism and intimidation on the show. Now Variety is reporting that WarnerMedia has hired a third party consultant to look into the matter.

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2020’s Summer Blockbuster Season Is Officially Dead

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic forced movie theaters to shutter their doors, there had been hope that things might start returning to normal in the summer. Unfortunately however that doesn’t appear as if it will happen, as Warner Bros has now removed the last real possible blockbuster from their summer schedule.

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Tyra Banks In As Host Of Dancing With the Stars

If Monday’s announcement that Tom Bergeron would not be returning to Dancing With The Stars after 15 years of hosting the series, followed by the announcement that his co-host Erin Andrews wouldn’t be returning either, wasn’t shocking enough, then today’s announcement might just be the kicker. Tyra Banks has been announced as the new host and executive producer of the long-running reality competition series. 

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The Wonder Years To Be Rebooted With A Black Family By ABC

The Wonder Years ran for six seasons from 1988 to 1993 on ABC. The show starred Fred Savage as Kevin Arnold, a teenager growing up during the 60s and 70s. ABC is now moving forward with a reboot of the series told from a different perspective, that of a black family during the same time period living in Montgomery, Alabama. 

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Top Canadian-Made Films To Help Celebrate Canada Day

Canada Day 2020 is upon us, and while we may not be celebrating the holiday the same way we have in the past, it’s still possible to enjoy everything that is Canada by watching some of the top films made in this country over the years. Here are some of our favourites.

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Joel Schumacher’s Best Films

Legendary director Joel Schumacher passed away today at the age of 80 after a year-long battle with cancer. The director has a long list of cherished films under his hat, but was perhaps even more famous for his reputation of casting young, unknown talent in his films. Stars like Colin Farrell, Kiefer Sutherland, Matthew McConaughey and Brad Renfro all made their first major screen roles in his films. During his career Schumacher directed 35 films and TV shows; here are our favourites.

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Cannes Film Festival Announces 2020 Lineup

Even though the coronavirus outbreak cancelled the 2020 edition of the Cannes Film Festival, Cannes has stillt aken it upon themselves to announce the films they had chosen for their lineup. While some may view the announcement as pointless, some films rely on the “Official Selection” badge of honour in order to boost their distribution. This years selections include films from Wes Anderson, Steve McQueen, Pixar and many more. 

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Bill & Ted Face The Music Might Skip Theaters And Go Straight To Streaming

One of the summer’s most highly anticipated films might not hit the big screen at all. There is a lot of speculation going around at the moment that the third Bill & Ted film might make its premiere on VOD this summer instead of the usual theatrical release. 

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How Long Will It Take For The Entertainment Industry To Rebound?

With the Covid-19 Pandemic in full force, and all entertainment facilities closed, the industry is taking a big hit right now. Blockbuster films, sporting events, concerts, theatre productions and anything else that relies on large gatherings have been cancelled for the foreseeable future. Several questions are raised by the virus, but the one on everyone’s mind is this, when will it end, and unfortunately at this time nobody knows. The next question, for the entertainment industry anyway, is when it does end, how long will it take for things to rebound?

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The Nanny Cast Reunites Virtually

With so many TV shows rebooting and returning for extra seasons, it was only a matter of time before someone got the idea to return virtually during the current pandemic. The cast of the hit CBS series decided to do just that on Monday, but in this case they decided they would go for something old instead. The cast decided to read the original pilot script instead of going with a series update. 

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Elton John To Host iHeartMedia Coronavirus Benefit Concert

Musicians are coming together to raise money for groups fighting to stop the spread of the coronavirus, and now Elton John is on board to host the event. 

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Movie Series To Binge Watch

We all have treasured TV shows we like to binge watch, and films we like to watch over and over again, but what about your favourite movie series? Those can be a little tougher to do, considering the length of them, and in most cases it can takes weeks, or even months to get through them all. Well, now we all a little more time to do so. Here are some of our favourites.

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