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‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Series at Disney+ Adds ‘Pen15’ Star Maya Erskine

“Pen15” star Maya Erskine has joined the cast of Disney+’s upcoming “Obi-Wan Kenobi” series, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.Erskine will appear in three episodes o

Producers Guild Creates Anti-Bullying Task Force Following Scott Rudin Accusations

In the wake of accusations of physical and verbal harassment dating back years against film and stage producer Scott Rudin, the Producers Guild of America has announced Thursday that it will be creat

See Vintage Postcards of the 11 Los Angeles Locations to Host the Academy Awards

The program for the Governors Ball at the 2002 Oscars, which was designed by Arnold Schwartzman, was a portfolio of vintage-style postcards depicting the 10 theaters that had hosted the Academy Award

Snapchat Gains 15 Million Users, Tops Q1 Revenue Estimates

’s concerns it would get off to a slow start in 2021 look to be misguided, with the Snapchat parent company reporting on Thursday it added 15 million new users in Q1 and topped Wall Street’s sales

Jake Paul Faces New Accusations of Sexual Misconduct, Emotional Abuse

Jake Paul is facing new accusations of sexual misconduct, bullying and emotional abuse by several of his former collaborators.In an interview with The New York Times, one former member of Team 10 —

‘West Side Story’ Trailer to Debut During Oscars Broadcast

Disney and ABC have sold out advertising for this year’s Academy Awards, and the ceremony will do something rare for the Oscars by premiering three exclusive trailers during the broadcast.Among the

Disney to Adapt Broadway Musical ’25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’

Disney has picked up the rights to the 2005 Broadway musical “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” and will adapt it into a live-action film, an individual with knowledge of the deal told

Silly Game Adaptation Is More ‘Evil Dead’ Than ‘Enter the Dragon’

Much has been made of the fact that 2021’s “Mortal Kombat,” the second feature-film adaptation of the popular video game, has an R rating — but strip away the exaggerated gore and the rough l

‘Mortal Kombat’ Would Be Great if It Didn’t Look Like a Cheap TV Show

“Mortal Kombat” the video game franchise is a lot of things, but it is absolutely not visually bland.It’s a big shame, then, that while it nails just about everything else, the new “Mortal Ko

Is HBO Max’s Film Strategy Working?

HBO Max still lags far behind fellow big streaming newcomer Disney+, which has already cut Netflix’s lead in half with 100 million global subscribers.2 million paying customers, 40 million are cons