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  1. Harry Styles new movie 'Don't You Worry Darling' is having its world premiere this evening at the Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy. You can see below screaming fans at Harry arriving for the film world premiere: Florence Pugh and Harry co-star arriving: You can read the full article and its behind the scenes (controversial Shia LaBeouf had a problem with Florence) issues here: Deadline You can also read here about the controversy about the movie at their press conference: Deadline The film opens September 23 in the US and Internationally on Amazon Prime on November 4.
  2. Per Deadline: EXCLUSIVE: Following years of Hollywood working on getting a biopic of Amy Winehouse off the ground, Sources tell Deadline Studiocanal is gearing up to make Back to Black, a new film about the life of the Grammy wining singer who tragically passed in 2011 with Fifty Shades of Director Sam Taylor-Johnson directing. The script has been written by Matt Greenhalgh and the project is now moving fast following Taylor-Johnson boarding the pic. Studiocanal is producing with Alison Owen and Debra Hayward alongside Tracey Seaward. The film is expected to take a look at the life and music of Winehouse who started off as a budding North London jazz singer to eventually becoming a Grammy-winning music superstar with hit records that included Rehab and Back To Black. Her life would eventually be cut short in 2011 at age 27 following a long battle with alcohol and drugs. Following her death in 2011, Hollywood has since tried to tell her story with various projects going into development including one from Lotus Entertainment with Noomi Rapace attached to star but ultimately none moving forward. While a feature film has yet to make it into production, the 2015 A24 doc Amy was a huge success ultimately winning the Oscar for best documentary. This pic is being made with full support from the Amy Winehouse estate and producers and Taylor-Johnson will begin their search for the individual who will take on the role of Winehouse in the weeks to come. Taylor-Johnson is best known for helping launch the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise after directing the first film to box-office glory. That film would go on to gross $569 million at the global box-office. She most recently worked on the Amazon series Solos. She is repped by CAA and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.
  3. Per Deadline: Only Murders in the Building will continue to make a killing for Hulu: The streamer ordered a third season of the series from 20th Television. The first season debuted as the most-watched comedy series in Hulu Originals’ history and is considered a favorite in several categories going into tomorrow’s Emmy nominations. New episodes of the current second season stream weekly on Tuesdays. The comedy stars Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez. It is from co-creators and writers Steve Martin and John Hoffman (Grace & Frankie). Martin and Hoffman executive produce along with Short, Gomez, This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman and Jess Rosenthal. “Only Murders in the Building is the true crown jewel of our slate,” said Craig Erwich, President, Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment, in a statement. “Its appeal across generations, the intersection of humor and heart, and its truly original approach are a hallmark of and testament to Dan, John, Steve, Marty and Selena’s work. We are grateful to be able to continue telling the stories of Charles, Oliver and Mabel to viewers that have consistently shown us they crave more of this story.” Here’s the synopsis for season two: Following the shocking death of Arconia Board President Bunny Folger, Charles, Oliver and Mabel race to unmask her killer. However, three (unfortunate) complications ensue – the trio is publicly implicated in Bunny’s homicide, they are now the subjects of a competing podcast, and they have to deal with a bunch of New York neighbors who all think they committed murder.
  4. Per Deadline: Famed guitarist Carlos Santana, 74, passed out on stage at a show in Clarkson, Michigan. A video of the incident surfaced on social media where multiple concert goers posted video of the musician collapsing onstage at the Pine Knob Music Theater. He was back on his feet quickly, though as he can be seen still waving to fans as he was es***ted offstage on a hospital gurney, and then the show was swiftly canceled. Santana has been on a tour this year with soul funk band Earth, Wind & Fire, which began less than a month ago and was scheduled to run through August There is no word on what caused this but last year, he did undergo an “unscheduled heart procedure,” that was serious enough to cancel his December 2021 shows during his residency at the Las Vegas House of Blues. He commented on the situation stating, “I’m going to be taking time off for a little bit to make sure that I replenish and rest,” Santana said in a video message, in which he revealed that he went to the hospital on Saturday after experiencing chest discomfort.”
  5. Per Deadline: Justin Timberlake has just discovered that Hell may hath no legal fury like a documentary director scorned. The former NSYNC member is being sued in federal court by long time music video helmer John Urbano over a film about Timberlake’s blockbuster The 20/20 Experience album that has never seen the light of day. Under a profit-sharing plan initiated supposedly by Timberlake, he and advertising vet Urbano would film the docu under the radar and bring it to market along with the release of the long-awaited album. Literally, the definition of a win-win for all sides if executed according to plan. That was the plan. Yet, even though the completed film moved the singer to “tears,” according to the filing, WME repped Timberlake’s interest in taking it further “faded” as 20/20 Experience, his first solo album in several years, took off. Urbano is alleging that the Trolls star bilked him out of around $2.5 million, which is the Ohio-based estimates he would have been paid if the documentary had been a straightforward for hire deal. Instead, with the exception of $20,000 right at the start of filming in 2012 and some expenses, the One Direction collaborator and Keith Urban director alleges he has seen bupkis from Timberlake. “Instead of fulfilling his obligations to the joint venture, Mr. Timberlake has failed to take any steps to promote, market, and sell the Making of the 20/20 Experience,” claims the breach of contract complaint from Urbano over the nearly decade old project. “Mr. Timberlake has increasingly distanced himself from the project and his partner — often using a network of agents, managers, and handlers to interface with Mr. Urbano,” the LA-filed document adds. As well as financial compensation, Urbano wants a court order to hand all rights to the Making of the 20/20 Experience flick to him. Reps for Timberlake and his Tennman Entertainment Inc. did not respond to request for reaction to the lawsuit. For those of you who may have forgotten, the chart-topping and Jay-Z featuring The 20/20 Experience came out in early 2013. A bit of a musical comeback for the performer, the record proved a massive hit for Timberlake, as well as receiving a fair dose of critical acclaim. A double-platinum success, The 20/20 Experience also snagged two Grammys, a 2013 American Music Award and a quartet of wins at the MTV Video Awards that same year. Since then Timberlake has put out two more albums, 2013’s The 20/20 Experience – 2 0f 2 and 2018’s Man of the Woods. Neither were as successful as the first 20/20album. In fact, Man of the Woods was certified platinum until September 2021 – over two and a half years after it was released. More recently, having starred in the Fisher Stevens-directed drama Palmer last year, Timberlake has the crime thriller Reptile from long time video director Grant Singer set to debut on Netflix later this year. Alicia Silverstone, Michael Pitt and Benicio Del Toro co-star in the feature debut from Singer, who co-wrote the script.
  6. Per Deadline: To Adele, the decision to postpone her Las Vegas residency is now water under the bridge. The British songstress, who is headlining two festival shows at BST Hyde Park this weekend, told BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs that going forward with her planned Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace earlier this year was impossible, saying the show simply was not up to her standards. The concerts were initially scheduled to begin Friday, Jan. 21 and run through mid-April. The postponements without any make-up dates remains a sore spot for many Adele fans and critics. “I definitely felt everyone’s disappointment and I was devastated and I was frightened about letting them down, and I thought I could pull it together and make it work and I couldn’t, and I stand by that decision,” she said in the BBC interview. She acknowledged the backlash was “brutal” from fans angry at shelling out money for travel and hotels, not to mention taking time off from work. That anger left her a “shell of a person for a couple of months.” She added ““You can’t buy me, you can’t buy me for nothing. I’m not going to just do a show because I have to or because people are going to be let down or because we’re going to lose loads of money. I’m like, ‘The show’s not good enough.’” There is still no date planned for what was alleged to be a “postponement.” The stage sets for the planned show have been junked, according to reports, and the venue has moved forward with other artists. “I’m not gonna update you if I ain’t got nothing to update you with, because that just leads to more disappointment.” Why the shows were cancelled remains unclear. Adele at first blamed the pandemic, saying that “Half my crew, half my team is down with COVID — they still are — and it’s been impossible to finish the show.” Later, it was reported that there were professional clashes between Adele and the production team over a 60-person choir and a pond that the singer would rise from on the stage. The London shows,in London’s Hyde Park featured an all-female lineup of artists, highlighted by Kacey Musgraves.
  7. Per Deadline: Ricky Martin’s former talent manager has issued a stark warning to the Grammy winner and Emmy nominee: pay up or reap the whirlwind. Specifically, in “excess of USD $3,000,000, or according to proof, and unpaid commissions are accruing on an ongoing basis,” reads a complaint filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court by Rebeeca Drucker against The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story star. “Rebecca Drucker saved Ricky Martin’s career,” says the often taunting 15-page breach of oral contract suit from the “Livin’ la Vida Loca” singer’s manager from 2014-2018 and 2020-2022. “There is just one problem: Martin completely and maliciously refused to pay Rebecca the millions of dollars in commissions that he owes her under their management agreement.” The jury-seeking suit (read it here) adds that “Martin has now threatened Rebecca and is attempting to force her to sign an agreement with a nondisclosure clause to silence Rebecca about the abhorrent behavior by Martin that she has both witnessed and endured.” Unpaid commission dust-ups between reps and their former clients are a virtual sub-genre in the LASC docket. However, in the case of Martin and Drucker, the latter clearly and bl**tly wants the former to know she “will not be silenced.” “For years, she protected Martin from the consequences of his reckless indiscretions. Rebecca did so not only because she was his manager, but also because she thought that Martin was her dear friend,” reads the suit filed by attorneys Joshua M. Rosenberg and Armound Ghoorchian at Venable LLP. Now, with assertions of “a toxic work environment,” “a particularly ugly incident in Dubai involving Martin and his representative José Vega” in 2018, a “personal life …in disarray,” and “Martin’s nonpayment of taxes, and his substance abuse,” Drucker and her lawyers have done little to hide the fact they believe they have the goods on Martin if he doesn’t settle. Firing the cannonball of an unspecified “potentially career-ending allegation in September 2020” across the legal bow, Drucker and her team signal they may not be the only ones with the supposed goods on Martin. Amid the details of broken promises and commissions going from 5% to 10% as part of a short-term reconciliation is a perceived legal threat: Rebecca not only acted to advance Martin’s career but also rendered services to protect it. In one example among many, in or around September 2020, Martin received a letter from a highly-respected litigation attorney in Los Angeles, California. Rebecca stood next to Martin as they read the legal letter for the first time. In that letter, the attorney threatened to publicly file a legal complaint against Martin if he did not pay money to resolve a claim against him alleged by this attorney’s client. After reading the legal letter, Martin collapsed. He expressed his extreme fear to Rebecca that if this threat were carried out, the consequences to Martin would be catastrophic. In response, Rebecca quickly brought in one of the top defense attorneys in Los Angeles who Rebecca had previously retained for a client. Based on Rebecca’s advice, Martin retained this prominent litigator to defend against this devastating claim. Needless to say, the claim ultimately never saw the light of day. Once again, Rebecca saved Martin’s career with the exceptional managerial and advisory services that she provided to him during this ordeal. While the minutiae of the potential scandal waiting to happen for the CAA-repped Martin remains under lock and key, lawyers like Rosenberg and Ghoorchian would be unlikely to make a statement like “career-ending allegations” unless they’ve got something to back it up with. “This complaint only scratches the surface,” is all Rosenberg would say Wednesday outside the filing. “Rebecca looks forward to having her day in court and prosecuting her claims in front of a jury.” Martin’s reps have not responded to requests for comment about Drucker’s complaint or her allegations. If they do, we will update this story. We do know that Martin is being represented in this matter by Lavely & Singer, with Andrew Brettler taking lead on the case. Set to soon release a companion EP to his Latin Grammy-winning EP Pausa, Martin is also on board to star in the upcoming Apple TV+ series Mrs American Pie. The Abe Sylvia-penned and Tate Taylor-helmed comedy also features the likes of Carol Burnett, Kristen Wiig, Josh Lucas, Allison Janney and Leslie Bibb.
  8. Per Deadline: Former R&B singer R. Kelly has been sentenced to 30 years in prison at a Brooklyn federal court on nine counts of s** trafficking and racketeering. Kelly had faced a maximum sentence of life in prison, with federal prosecutors having asked for a minimum of 25 years. Kelly, born Robert Sylvester Kelly, was found guilty last September on all nine counts in the federal s** trafficking and racketeering trial in Brooklyn. The six-week trial involved charges dating back as much as 20 years, with Kelly found guilty by a jury of seven men and five women of being a serial ***ual predator and leading a group that recruited women and young girls for s** during his years touring the world as a top R&B singer. The trial was his first time in front of a criminal court jury in 13 years. Kelly was acquitted of child ****ography charges at a 2008 trial in Chicago. In the New York trial, the charges included accusations by a half-dozen people that the “I Believe I Can Fly” singer was a serial ***ual predator. Kelly’s history of ***ual misconduct was chronicled in the Lifetime documentary series Surviving R. Kelly, which broke Lifetime ratings records when it premiered January 3, 2019. Today’s sentence was handed down by his trial judge, Judge Ann M. Donnelly, who earlier this week denied his team’s motions for acquittal and a new trial. Kelly’s attorneys are expected to appeal the decision.
  9. Per Deadline: Blonde hair? Check. Eight-pack abs? Check. Sleeveless stone-washed denim jacket? Check. Anyone who survived the ’80s knows the look, and Ryan Gosling pulls it off perfectly in the first image of him as “Ken” from Barbie, Warner Bros.’ Greta Gerwig-directed Mattel movie. Barbie has been in development for quite some time, initially at Sony with Anne Hathaway and Amy Schumer circling the lead role before the project segued to Warner Bros. It also features Will Ferrell, Simu Liu, America Ferrera, Kate McKinnon, Michael Cera, Issa Rae also starring. Gerwig and Noah Baumback co-wrote the screenplay. Little is known about the plot, but given Gerwig’s track record as a director, one can expect that this won’t be your typical take on the iconic doll’s story. The first image of Margot Robbie as the movie’s titular doll was released some time ago. Barbie will hit theaters July 21, 2023, the studio said today during its CinemaCon session in Las Vegas. Robbie is producing the film under her LuckyChap Entertainment production banner along with LuckyChap’s Tom Ackerley. Robbie Brenner also will produce through Mattel, as will David Heyman via Heyday Films. LuckyChap’s Josey McNamara and Mattel’s Ynon Kreiz are executive producers.
  10. Per Deadline: Billie Joe Armstrong don’t want to be an American idiot. The Grammy-winning Green Day singer/songwriter slammed the US during a Friday night concert in London, and vowed he was moving to the UK. He proclaimed “**** America,” adding that he was “renouncing” his citizenship in the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade’s federal abortion protections. Armstrong, 50, told his audience “There’s too much ****ing stupid in the world to go back to that miserable ****ing excuse for a country” when he made his reveal. He added: “Oh, I’m not kidding, you’re going to get a lot of me in the coming days.” It’s not the first anti-US sentiments from Armstrong, whose “American Idiot” takes shots at life in the US. He has repeatedly made political statements during his concerts and in interviews.
  11. Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen duet together the latter song **** You to the US Supreme Court for overturning Roe vs Wade. Full article here: Deadline
  12. Per Deadline: More than 5,000 miles from her Las Vegas disaster in the residency that never was, Adele is making amends with a special two-day concert spectacular. The show, billed as BST (for British Summer Time) will be held July 1-2 in London’s Hyde Park, and will feature an all-female lineup of artists, highlighted by Kacey Musgraves. Also appearing are Mahalia, Self Esteem, Nilüfer Yanya, Tiana Major9, Chrissi, Gabrielle, Bonnie Kemplay, Ruti and Tamzene. It’s uncertain if every artist will appear both nights. “The line up for my Hyde Park shows next week is going to blow your socks off!” Adele wrote on social media, sharing a poster for the festival as well as a black-and-white graphic of her with some of her guest performers. “An all-female bill, from new artists that I’m obsessed with to the heavenly @KaceyMusgraves to one of my favorite artists of all time @GabrielleUk who I’ve loved since I was 4!!” “It’s going to be incredible, there’s a whole host of us performing all day, I can’t wait to share the main stage with you ladies,” added Adele. The shows are a shot at redemption for the 34-year-old British singer, who backed out of a long Las Vegas residency earlier this year, leaving many fans fuming after expending travel time and shelling out for lodging. BST Hyde Park is sponsored by American Express and takes place every year across two weekends in London. The event began Friday, June 24 with headliner Elton John, and is expected to end July 10 with Duran Duran. In between, Eagles, Pearl Jam, and The Rolling Stones will be headlining different days of the festival, all of them hosting their own roster of guest stars.
  13. Amazon dropped a new teaser trailer today for My Policeman, the much-anticipated Harry Styles drama coming to select theaters on October 21 and Prime Video on November 4. Check it out above. A story of forbidden love and changing social conventions, My Policeman follows three young people – policeman Tom (Harry Styles), teacher Marion (Emma Corrin), and museum curator Patrick (David Dawson)– as they embark on an emotional journey in 1950s Britain. Flashing forward to the 1990s, Tom (Linus Roache), Marion (Gina McKee), and Patrick (Rupert Everett) are still reeling with longing and regret, but now they have one last chance to repair the damage of the past. Based on the book by Bethan Roberts, director Michael Grandage carves a visually transporting, heart-stopping portrait of three people caught up in the shifting tides of history, liberty, and forgiveness. The plot is as follows: A story of forbidden love and changing social conventions, My Policeman follows three young people – policeman Tom (Harry Styles), teacher Marion (The Crown’s Emma Corrin) and museum curator Patrick (David Dawson) – as they embark on an emotional journey in 1950s Britain. Flashing forward to the 1990s, Tom (Linus Roache), Marion (Gina McKee) and Patrick (Rupert Everett) are still reeling with longing and regret, but now they have one last chance to repair the damage of the past. Amazon Studios will distribute My Policeman in US & UK theaters on October 21, 2022 and on Prime Video globally November 4, 2022. The streamer tweeted out the film’s poster yesterday.
  14. Per Deadline : Lizzo has heard the cry of her fans and is ready to change the lyrics to her hit single “GRRRLS.” Today, Lizzo announced via social media that she’s going to release a new version of the song GRRRLS to remove an ableist slur “sp*z” featured in the previous version. “It’s been brought to my attention that there is a harmful word in my new song ‘GRRRLS,'” she shared in a Twitter post. “Let me make one thing clear: I never want to promote derogatory language. As a fat Black woman in America, I’ve had many hurtful words used against me so I overstand the power words can have (whether intentionally or in my case, unintentionally,)” she continued. “I’m proud to say there’s a new version of GRRRLS with a lyric change. This is the result of me listening and taking action. As an influential artist I’m dedicated to being part of the change I’ve been waiting to see in the world.” The lyrics go: “Hold my bag, b***h, hold my bag Do you see this s**t? I’ma sp**z.” People were quick to address the lyrics as one Twitter user addressed and explained why the word is hurtful to the disability and mental illness community. The musician received a deluge of criticism of the lyrics causing her to announce the decision to change the lyrics. Lizzo’s album Special drops July 15, and first single, “About Damn Time” is already a top 10 hit.
  15. Per Deadline: Billie Eilish was forced to put her concert on pause on Saturday evening after fans got into difficulties at London’s O2 arena. Hot temperatures inside the auditorium meant some fans risked becoming squashed and overwhelmed, something the American singer spotted and halted her music. The BBC reports that Eilish was concerned about the fans at the front of the stage and asked them, “Are you all ok? People were fainting and getting pulled out. It’s hot, I know. “Take a step back, give everybody some space. If someone looks a little woozy, just tell someone. Don’t try to save feelings.” Fans were seen looking after each other and Eilish was able to resume her concert after a few minutes. The singer previously stopped a show in Atlanta after noticing a spectator was having breathing difficulties, and put out a call for an inhaler. The 20-year-old Oscar-winning star will be headlining this year’s Glastonbury Festival later this month, making her the youngest solo headliner in the event’s history. Crowd safety has been the subject of increased scrutiny following the tragedy at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival last year, when 10 spectators were killed during a crush at the concert in Houston. An inquiry into the circumstances of the disaster is ongoing.
  16. Note: Read below the original article from Deadline Taylor Swift delivered surprise guests and a surprise acoustic performance of All Too Well along with a thoughtful half-hour of conversation about filmmaking with writer-director Mike Mills at the Tribeca Festival. After a screening of her short film All Too Well (set to her elongated version of the song of the same name on the re-recorded version of the album Redreleased last year), she and Mills covered a range of topics. In addition to drilling down on the short, they talked about the challenges for female directors, the ins and outs of collaboration and the effort to dramatize a couple’s “failure to communicate.” Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien, who play the main couple in All Too Well, were not billed to be part of the afternoon but they were brought onstage for the latter half of the talk. Quoting John Cassavetes and describing her “secret-agent-y” tactics of intentionally withholding information from cast and crew, she displayed a serious-mindedness about the craft of filmmaking but also the unerring instincts of a popular entertainer. She gave a shoutout to a longform video Mills directed for “I Am Easy to Find” by The National (whose guitarist, Aaron Dessner, has been a key collaborator with Swift recently) but found an accessable way to do it. “It really inspired me in ways that I can’t possibly overstate,” she said. Plus, she added, “We are both members of the Aaron Dessner cinematic universe!” The sellout crowd at the Beacon Theatre roared its adoration at intervals throughout the 90-minute event. Mills remarked on the concert-like feel onstage and joked, “I’m going to be so depressed when I bring up my work and they don’t do this,” he said, gesturing at the audience. Swift then playfully disagreed, asking the crowd about Mills’ most recent feature film. “Who’s seen C’mon C’mon?” she asked. When they let out a loud and prolonged scream, Mills marveled, “I’m having an out-of-body experience.” Swift said the push into directing, along with many other aspects of her artistic drive, stemmed from the fact that “I was not able to own my work.” While she omitted the details, she was referring to Scooter Braun’s purchase and 2020 resale of Big Machine Label Group, which controlled most of Swift’s master recordings. The transactions meant that Swift was not able to have a say in how her past recordings were marketed or packaged. Swiftologists have scrutinized lyrics on her twin pandemic albums, Folklore and Evermore, for allusions to the Braun saga. The still-unfolding series of “Taylor’s versions” of albums like Red are aimed at reclaiming her power, a feeling similar to what she experienced behind the camera on All Too Well. “It was a very hard time for me,” she said of the loss of control over her master recordings. “A lot of my hardest moments and moments of extreme grief or loss were galvanized into what my life looks like now.” The conversation did not touch on the real-life relationships that inspired “All Too Well,” but Swift and O’Brien described a scene in the middle of the film in which the two lead characters have a fight but then ultimately make up and embrace. While the overall concepts and framework of the film were scripted and structured, sequences like the fight were largely improvised. “We repeat ourselves – we go in circles, you know?” O’Brien said. In a conventional project, he added, those kinds of repetition often gets cut. “But that’s what makes it.” Swift added, “The other person isn’t hearing you say it, so you say it this way. Maybe you say it louder. … You’re trying to be heard. It’s the failure to communicate.” Mills asked Swift, who has directed several shorter music videos, if she intended to pursue a feature film. “I would love to,” she said. “It would be so fantastic to write and direct something,” though it would likely be a project with a human scale akin to All Too Well. She also at a later point in the conversation acknowledged her “privilege in even being able to pick up a camera,” noting she fully financed the short, something very few emerging filmmakers (particularly women) are unable to do. In a final twist for an event that was billed as talk-only, Swift performed “All Too Well,” singing and playing acoustic guitar. Earlier, she had noted that the extended version had come to be recorded only because of fans’ appetite for it. When she got to a crucial line — “f–k the patriarchy!” — the crowd sing-along reached peak volume.
  17. Note: the original article can be found here: Deadline Amazon revealed today the first look from the antecipated romantic new Harry Styles movie which also stars The Crown's Emma Corrin. See below: The movie will be released in the UK cinemas in October 21st and then on Prime Video November 4th.
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