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Miles Teller to Star in Paramount’s Reboot of ‘An Officer and a Gentleman’

Photo by Nicole Wilder/PARAMOUNT+ – © 2022 Paramount Pictures. All Rights Reserved.  Paramount has tapped Miles Teller to star in its update of the 1982 blockbuster An Officer and a Gentleman, which originally starred Richard Gere. Dana Fox is writing the script for the reboot, working on a draft written by Matt Johnson. The news was…

Let The Canary Sing : An Awe-Inspiring Rockumentary About Cyndi Lauper

“I come home, in the mornin’ light My mother says, ‘When you gonna live your life right?’ Oh momma dear, we’re not the fortunate ones And girls, they wanna have fun Oh girls just wanna have fun…” This is the first verse of the song that was made legendary by a one-of-a-kind artist, iconic performer,…

Paramount+’s ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Prequel ‘Apartment 7A’ This Fall

Apartment 7A, the anticipated prequel to the classic 1968  psychological horror movie, Rosemary’s Baby, has received an official release. The origin story will premiere this fall exclusively on Parmount+ in the U.S. and in select international markets, Deadline is reporting. Apartment 7A will star three-time Emmy-winning actress, Julia Garner. The drama will be directed by…

Sony and Apollo Discuss Joint Bid to Acquire Paramount Global

Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra is in talks with Apollo Global Management about making a joint bid to acquire Paramount, Deadline is reporting. The news comes as Skydance/Redbird Capital is also in exclusive talks with Paramount Global’s majority shareholder, National Amusements, to take control of the studio. Sony and Apollo’s offer is reportedly an…

Tom Cruise To Star in Upcoming ‘Top Gun 3’ Sequel, Says Producer Bruckheimer

Tom Cruise will be returning in the role of Maverick in the upcoming Top Gun 3 movie, which will be a sequel to Top Gun Maverick, the $1.4 billion blockbuster directed by Joseph Kosinski in 2022. The original Top Gun film was directed by Tony Scott in 1986. Miles Teller and Glen Powell will also…

Sundance Review / As We Speak: The Criminalization of Rap

Rap is a music genre like so many others, and yet it’s not regarded that way by some. An experimental survey that utilized a folk song from the 1960s got predictably skewed results when respondents thought its lyrics came from a rap song and assigned malicious real-life intent to many of its words. That rappers…

Jo Koy to Host 2024 Golden Globe Awards Ceremony

@Easter Sunday Comedian Jo Koy has signed on to host the upcoming 81st Golden Globe Awards ceremony, Deadline is reporting. The job will mark his first time hosting a major awards show. The announcement of the entertainer’s role of Golden Globes host comes after he broke sales records on his Funny Is Funny World Tour….

Paramount+ Sends ‘Fatal Attraction’ and ‘Rabbit Hole’ Down the Tubes

After just one season, Paramount+ is cancelling Fatal Attraction and Rabbit Hole, though both shows will remain on the streaming platform. In a statement issued this week, the streamer said: “Fatal Attraction and Rabbit Hole will not be returning for second seasons on Paramount+. We want to thank both series’ entire creative teams, crews and…

TV Review – Paramount+ Return of ‘Frasier’ is Fun, Even if It’s Hardly Must-See TV

The prominence of television reboots has brought back many beloved characters years after their original debuts. That’s a factor worth considering when restarting a show, since audiences change over time and may be unfamiliar with a certain series if it greatly predates them. Frasier Crane is an excellent example of this potential issue, first seen…

Film Review – ‘The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial’ is a Suitable TV Movie from the Late William Friedkin

Military institutions are built on following orders and depend on hierarchal structures to keep their operations running. When a commander has lost the trust of those serving under them, it can be chaotic and disastrous. Attempting to take control due to perceived dereliction of or unfitness for duty is a major step, one sure to…

Paramount’s ‘Paranormal Activity’ Being Adapted for West End Production

Paranormal, the Paramount horror movie series, is being adapted for a stage play in London’s West End, thanks to Simon Friend Entertainment. Friend, best known as the producer of Life of Pi on Broadway, has secured licensing rights for the adaptation, which will be scripted by Levi Holloway, who wrote Grey House also for Broadway….