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Sony Acquires John Cho Thriller ‘Search’ At Sundance | Film News

  With the 2018 Sundance Film Festival well underway, the biggest deal so far of this year’s festival has been completed: Sony has acquired the rights to the thriller Search for $5 million.   The film stars John Cho and Debra Messing, and follows a father’s search for his missing daughter through online detective work, with the whole film taking[…]

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‘Will & Grace’ Revival Extended, Renewed For Season 2 | TV News

  With almost two months to go before Will & Grace even returns to our screens, NBC have already renewed for season two of the revival, and added two more episodes to this autumn’s first. Network Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt announced the news yesterday afternoon at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour.   The sitcom, which follows best friends[…]

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Debra Messing Speaks Up About Abuse Of Actresses In MAKERS Conference | Film News

  Actress, Debra Messing, spoke of the dark side of the industry that everyone knows exists but chooses not to acknowledge at the MAKERS conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, California this week. She spoke in detail about her experience working under director, Alfonso Arau, for her first movie, A Walk in the Clouds (1995).   She revealed Arau was verbally[…]

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Nicole Scherzinger Joins Cast Of ‘Dirty Dancing’ Remake | TV News

  Former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger has joined Abigail Breslin and Debra Messing as a cast member in ABC’s TV film adaption of 80’s classic Dirty Dancing.   According to the latest reports, Scherzinger will play the role of Penny: the dancing partner of Johnny whose pregnancy prevents her from dancing and thereby precipitates the romance between Johnny and Baby. Already in[…]

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‘Will & Grace’ Cast Humbled By Shows’ Impact On The LGBTQ Community | TV News

  The cast of the groundbreaking comedy Will & Grace are humbled by its impact on the LGBTQ Community, reacting to a public endorsement from US Vice President Joe Biden. Back in 2012, the VP praised the Emmy-award winning show for doing more to:   “Educate the American public than almost anything anybody has ever done”.   Sean Hayes reacted[…]

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