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Gossip Girl Sequel On The Way

HBO Max has announced that they are moving forward with a new Gossip Girl TV series. The original show ran for six season from 2007 to 2012, and was a huge hit for The CW, and HBO is hoping there is still a little more magic left in it.

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Netflix Alters Controversial 13 Reasons Why Scene

It’s been over two years since Netflix released the first season of 13 Reasons Why, and after all that time the streaming service has decided to alter the graphic and controversial scene in the season 1 finale. The scene in question is the one that depicts Hanna Baker’s (Katherine Langford) suicide.

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Lashana Lynch Set To Play 007

With all the rumours that were going around about who should play the next James Bond, including actor Idris Elba who trolled fans on social media about it last year, filmmakers have decided to add a new wrinkle of their own. Over the weekend it was revealed that Lashana Lynch, who was hired on in a mysterious role, would be the first woman to tackle the role of 007. Just not that of James Bond.

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New Walking Dead Series Casts First Three Roles

Even though The Walking Dead comic book series was cancelled last week, and the AMC series has been seeing waning ratings, the network is moving forward on the new series. The yet to be titled show will join The Walking Dead (now in its tenth season) and Fear The Walking Dead (soon to start season 5), when it premieres in 2020. To show that things are moving forward, it was announced yesterday that the first three major roles have now been cast.

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Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Complete Troll Of Their Fans

What Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul began two weeks ago on social media ended yesterday, and in the end the duo has trolled everyone; fans and media alike. The duo revealed that their mutual project wasn’t the long waited for Breaking Bad reunion, but instead the launching of a new liquor brand Dos Hombres.

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Samuel L. Jackson Joins Chris Rock And Marisol Nichols In Saw Reboot

Production has already begun in Toronto on the upcoming Saw reboot, and now it’s been announced that Samuel L. Jackson has joined Chris Rock as one of the stars of the film.

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Salma Hayek In Talks To Join Marvel’s The Eternals

Salma Hayek may be the next big name celebrity to join the Marvel Universe. The actress is in talks to be part of the upcoming The Eternals, but as of yet no deal is done.

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Bryan Cranston And Aaron Paul Add Fuel To Breaking Bad Reunion Buzz

Yesterday Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul took to Twitter at the same moment and sent out the same message. That message? A photo of a pair of donkeys and the word “Soon.” What that means exactly is unknown, but the internet went crazy because of it.

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The Third Season Of Scream Will Finally Be Released, But Not On MTV

It was announced yesterday that Scream’s third season would be returning on July 8th, and that it would be airing on VH1 instead of MTV.

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Lindsay Lohan To Attempt A Music Comeback

Unless you are a really big Lindsay Lohan fan, the above title is probably confusing you. Lohan is attempting a what? A music comeback? She released an album before? Yes, yes she did. Back in 2004 she released her one and only album, called Speak, and before you ask, yes, people actually bought it. In fact the album reach the top five on the Billboard 200, before falling into obscurity. It even had a pretty big hit with the single Rumors. That’s not too bad for an actress who went through a stretch of really bad publicity.

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Rosamund Pike Set To Star In The Long Delayed The Wheel Of Time TV Adaptation

Robert Jordan’s lengthy fantasy series, The Wheel of Time, has been in production since 2000, but it never seemed to make it to series. A pilot episode was even filmed back in 2014,  airing in February of 2015, but there was no publicity surrounding it, and many people didn’t even know it was on due to it airing at 1:30 in the morning. Now however it seems like the wheel is moving again, as Gone Girl star Rosamund Pike has been cast as one of the leads for an Amazon Studios / Sony Pictures Television series.

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Hunger Games Prequel Novel And Movie On The Way

The Hunger Games were a huge success. The novels sold millions of copies, and the films made millions of dollars. So it’s not too surprising that everyone involved with the franchise would want more. Scholastic announced yesterday that author Suzanne Collins is currently working on a prequel novel to the hit series, and Lionsgate is trying to work out a deal to make a film of it.

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Bombing Sequels Are Nothing New For Hollywood

This summer a lot of emphasis is being put on how many sequels and remakes are bombing at the box office, but really it’s nothing new. Films typically play their course, and so many sequels are made that eventually people start losing interest in them.

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Madonna’s Latest Tour And Album Are Not Doing So Well

It used to be that when Madonna released new music and announced a tour, the album would skyrocket to the top of the charts and the tour would sell out in a matter of minutes. That doesn’t seem to be the case anymore though, and it’s something that is bothering the Material Girl.

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Geena Davis Joins GLOW For Season 3

Oscar winning actress Geena Davis has joined the cast of the Netflix series GLOW. The 63 year old will be playing a former showgirl turned entertainment director of the Fan-Tan Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

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