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Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash's new reality show could be a 'risky move' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk
dailyrecord.co.uk
18.07.2024 / 21:38

Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash's new reality show could be a 'risky move'

Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash are reportedly gearing up to offer a glimpse into their bustling family life through a new reality series.

‘The Boys’ adds ‘political violence’ warning about ‘coincidental’ assassination storyline after Trump shooting - nypost.com - Pennsylvania - county Butler - area Bethel
nypost.com
18.07.2024 / 17:32

‘The Boys’ adds ‘political violence’ warning about ‘coincidental’ assassination storyline after Trump shooting

“The Boys” features a shape-shifting supervillain trying to kill president-elect Robert Singer (Jim Beaver).The episode came out Thursday — five days after the assassination attempt of former president Donald Trump, 78, at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. Amazon retitled the episode from “Assassination Run” to “Season Four Finale” and added a “viewer discretion advised” warning that appears on-screen at the start.The network and the show also released a statement addressing the similarities between the storyline of the finale and the Trump shooting.“The season finale of ‘The Boys’contains scenes of fictional political violence, which some viewers may find disturbing, especially in light of the injuries and tragic loss of life sustained during the assassination attempt on former President Trump,” the statement read.“’The Boys’ is a fictitious series that was filmed in 2023, and any scene or plotline similarities to these real-world events are coincidental and unintentional.”“Amazon, Sony Pictures Television and the producers of ‘The Boys’ reject, in the strongest terms, real-world violence of any kind,” the statement concluded.Trump was shot in the ear while speaking to supporters at the rally on Saturday.

Paris Hilton & Nicole Richie Tease New Reality Show, Reflect on 'The Simple Life' - www.justjared.com - Paris
justjared.com
18.07.2024 / 06:19

Paris Hilton & Nicole Richie Tease New Reality Show, Reflect on 'The Simple Life'

Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie are teasing “another iconic adventure” as they work on filming their new reality show.

Jon Gosselin has advice for Alec Baldwin and his new TLC reality show: ‘Don’t do it’ - nypost.com
nypost.com
17.07.2024 / 17:05

Jon Gosselin has advice for Alec Baldwin and his new TLC reality show: ‘Don’t do it’

Entertainment Tonight” Tuesday that Baldwin, 66, should think twice about starring in the upcoming TLC reality show, “The Baldwins,” about the actor, his wife Hilaria Baldwin, and their seven children.“I’d say, ‘Don’t do it. Only because you’ve already made it, you’re like an amazing award-winning actor,’ ” Gosselin said.

‘Twisters’ Review: Some Visceral Thrills, But Predictable Storms & Soggy Cliches Overwhelm - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
16.07.2024 / 15:13

‘Twisters’ Review: Some Visceral Thrills, But Predictable Storms & Soggy Cliches Overwhelm

After the subtle, graceful, and sensitively directed humanist drama “Minari,” filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung pulls a massive 180 shift with the blockbuster-sized “Twisters,” a summer event/epic disaster movie that proves he has the chops to create extravagant action set pieces and popcorn-friendly spectacle, but at the expense of his intimate personal touches and affinity for anything resembling complexity. “Twisters” attempts to do it all: cineplex thrills, deadly serious viscerally dramatic treatments to harrowing sequences, light-hearted laughs, a burgeoning romance, and deep trauma from the past.

‘Touch’ Review: Baltasar Kormákur’s Melancholy Lost-Love Story Is Familiar But Charming - deadline.com - Britain - Iceland - Japan - Colombia
deadline.com
13.07.2024 / 14:02

‘Touch’ Review: Baltasar Kormákur’s Melancholy Lost-Love Story Is Familiar But Charming

On the surface, Touch seems to be a sudden change of pace for Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur, a quiet and polished film-of-the-book (in this case, the novel of the same name by fellow countryman Ólafur Jóhann Ólafsson) that could easily pass for a BBC presentation. It does, however, square with his action-thriller output, being the story of a man on a mission; admittedly, nothing to do with savage lions (Beast, 2022), mountaineering (Everest, 2015) or Colombian drug cartels (Contraband, 2012), but older audiences will respond to its hero’s perilous journey into the past, risking Covid and the disapproval of his stepdaughter in his bid to solve a mystery that has haunted him for 50 years.

Stevie Nicks Joined By Harry Styles At UK Show For Tribute To Christine McVie - deadline.com - Britain - London
deadline.com
13.07.2024 / 08:00

Stevie Nicks Joined By Harry Styles At UK Show For Tribute To Christine McVie

There are special guest stars, and then there’s extra-special guest stars. Which is what Harry Styles is, as he joined Stevie Nicks at her July 12 concert in the UK for versions of her hits Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around and Landslide.

BBC, SM Entertainment announce new reality show ‘Made in Korea: The K-Pop Experience’ - www.nme.com - Britain - South Korea
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 02:59

BBC, SM Entertainment announce new reality show ‘Made in Korea: The K-Pop Experience’

Made in Korea: The K-Pop Experience, which will air this summer.Made in Korea: The K-Pop Experience will be a six-part reality series that follows five contestants from the UK as they undergo the rigorous K-pop training system in South Korea, according to BBC. The contestants will train for a hundred days at SM Entertainment in hopes of becoming a new global boyband.SM Entertainment is one of the biggest K-pop companies in South Korea.

‘Alma Mater’ Review: A Timely if Overplotted Drama About Feminism and Academia - variety.com - Australia - county Kendall
variety.com
13.07.2024 / 00:39

‘Alma Mater’ Review: A Timely if Overplotted Drama About Feminism and Academia

David Benedict When too many contemporary theatre writers mistake the grinding of political axes for properly developed drama, it’s a relief to realize that Australian playwright Kendall Feaver is more than aware of the importance of well-peopled plot. Her campus drama “Alma Mater” is driven by fierce arguments around consent, abuse, personal responsibility, victimhood, empowerment, race and more, all of which are woven into a taut storyline.

Danny Dyer turns down offers for one reality show every year as he has 'no desire' to be on it - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
12.07.2024 / 23:07

Danny Dyer turns down offers for one reality show every year as he has 'no desire' to be on it

Danny Dyer has made it clear that he will "never" take part in Strictly Come Dancing, despite being asked every year.The 46-year-old actor, best known for his role as Mick Carter on EastEnders, has been a staple on our screens for years, but there's one show he's adamant he won't do. "I get offered to do Strictly every year, and it's not for me.

After Breakout Solo Performance on ‘Good Morning America,’ BTS’ Jung Kook Stars With Jimin In Disney+ Travel Reality Show ‘Are You Sure?!’ - deadline.com - Los Angeles - Las Vegas - South Korea - city Seoul - New York - Japan - Tokyo - county Jack
deadline.com
12.07.2024 / 18:51

After Breakout Solo Performance on ‘Good Morning America,’ BTS’ Jung Kook Stars With Jimin In Disney+ Travel Reality Show ‘Are You Sure?!’

BTS stars Jimin and Jung Kook will return to the spotlight in Disney+‘s travel reality show Are You Sure?!, which premieres August 8 on the platform.

‘Loveable’ Review: A Norwegian Marital Drama That Keeps Our Sympathies in Flux - variety.com - Norway
variety.com
12.07.2024 / 17:57

‘Loveable’ Review: A Norwegian Marital Drama That Keeps Our Sympathies in Flux

Guy Lodge Film Critic Wounded by the breakdown of her first marriage, a young mother of two meets a kind, handsome, charismatic new man and — after a protracted but ultimately successful romantic pursuit — learns to believe in love once more. This would be the complete arc of many a crowd-pleasing romcom or relationship drama.

Here’s a look at Netflix’s upcoming Korean reality show, ‘The Influencer’ - www.nme.com - South Korea - North Korea
nme.com
12.07.2024 / 13:35

Here’s a look at Netflix’s upcoming Korean reality show, ‘The Influencer’

The Influencer. Here’s all you need to know about the show, including its premise, cast, premiere date and more.The upcoming Netflix reality series will bring together 77 influencers from across South Korea to compete in a social survival show in order to prove who has the greatest influence.The participants of the series have a combined total of 120 million followers across platforms like YouTube, TikTok, Instagram and AfreecaTV, according to the streamer.Speaking to Netflix, series producer Lee Jae-seok said: “You’ll see the top influencers in Korea and experience unique entertainment through the large scale and visuals that only Netflix can deliver, along with never-before-seen social survival missions.”Netflix has yet to release a full list of cast members, but the streamer has confirmed that influencers such as Xiajiu, Jang Geun-seok, Risabae, Pani Bottle, Jin Yong-jin, Shim Euddeum and Daedo Library will be participating in the series.Netflix released the first teaser for The Influencer on July 9.

Carlos King Wants More Black Reality Shows To Be Produced By Black Production Companies - deadline.com - Atlanta - Washington - Detroit - Houston
deadline.com
28.06.2024 / 20:11

Carlos King Wants More Black Reality Shows To Be Produced By Black Production Companies

Carlos King, who runs Kingdom Reign Entertainment, the company behind the hit Love & Marriage franchise, knows a thing or two about producing African American-focused reality television.

Made In Chelsea's Olivia Bentley shares heartbreaking reason she left reality show - www.ok.co.uk - Chelsea
ok.co.uk
27.06.2024 / 23:45

Made In Chelsea's Olivia Bentley shares heartbreaking reason she left reality show

Reality star Olivia Bentley has spoken about the “real reason” she left Made In Chelsea after filming the show for eight years. The 28 year old found fame on the series in 2016, and when she left a spokesperson for Channel 4 said it was because Olivia wanted to focus on her business, Jomo, following the end of her relationship with Tristan Phipps in 2023.

Netflix’s ‘Supacell’ Is a Bold and Daring Drama About Black Superheroes: TV Review - variety.com
variety.com
26.06.2024 / 21:09

Netflix’s ‘Supacell’ Is a Bold and Daring Drama About Black Superheroes: TV Review

Aramide Tinubu In his new Netflix series, “Supacell,” creator Rapman examines the lives of five ordinary Black South Londoners who develop unexpected superpowers. Though the excitement of supernatural abilities and the magic of science fiction ripple across the show, the series also explores major themes that disproportionately affect Black people, including human trafficking, extreme surveillance, pervasive global anti-Blackness and predatory medical practices. “Supacell” opens with a distressing event.

Netflix Shelves Urban Fantasy Drama ‘The Grimm Reality’ - deadline.com - Britain - Austria - Germany - Switzerland
deadline.com
25.06.2024 / 09:45

Netflix Shelves Urban Fantasy Drama ‘The Grimm Reality’

EXCLUSIVE: Netflix‘s urban fantasy drama The Grimm Reality will not see the light of day. We’ve learned that the series from Dark producer Wiedemann & Berg and The Gryphon co-producer Dog Haus Films has been quietly shelved.

Breaking Baz: Narges Rashidi & Joseph Fiennes Cast In Under-Wraps BBC Drama About Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s Six-Year Iranian Prison Ordeal & Husband’s Tireless Campaign To Free Her - deadline.com - Britain - Iran - city Tehran - county Love
deadline.com
25.06.2024 / 08:03

Breaking Baz: Narges Rashidi & Joseph Fiennes Cast In Under-Wraps BBC Drama About Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s Six-Year Iranian Prison Ordeal & Husband’s Tireless Campaign To Free Her

EXCLUSIVE: Narges Rashidi (Gangs of London, The Girlfriend Experience) and Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid’s Tale, Shakespeare in Love) are the actors who have been secretly portraying Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian charity worker falsely accused of spying and detained in Iran for six years, and her husband Richard Ratcliffe, who campaigned tirelessly for her release, in a TV drama, Deadline can reveal.

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