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The studio paid $50 million for the rights to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 2008 Broadway musical The post In the Heights Movie Heads to Warner Bros. appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

If at first, you don’t succeed, try, try again. In the case of Philip Pullman’s fantasy epic “His Dark Materials,” it looks like if a feature film doesn’t work, then you move on to an 8-part series. According to a report by Deadline, the cl…

The Oscars are less tan two weeks away and that means it’s time for the Academy to announce more presenters for the 90th Academy Awards.   Joining host Jimmy Kimmel on the Oscars stage will be none other than Gal Gadot (“Wonder Woman”…

While Sam Raimi has been keeping busy as a producer, on the directing front, he hasn’t been behind the camera of any feature film since 2013’s “Oz The Great And Powerful.” And while he’s lined up no shortage of projects in…

Well, that was certainly an Oscar ceremony. A long and relatively safe Oscar season looked to be culminating in a long and relatively safe evening, until a perfect storm of human error led to an unforgettable/mortifying/thrilling moment of live TV, and one weirdly fitting for a time in human history when everything seems to have gone bugnuts crazy. It’s destined to be a ceremony remembered for being the one where two Best Picture winners were announced, but as ever, there were plenty of highs and lows beyond that, so beyond, you’ll find the Worst & Best of the 2017 Academy Awards (leading with worst, because, well, there’s some big stuff we’d have to get to first). Continue reading The Best & Worst Of The 2017 Oscars at The Playlist.

It’s not the Oscars without a big of song, and this year, with “La La Land” entering the show with a historic 14 nominations, it was only natural that the show kicked off with a big musical number. Justin Timberlake got the night going with “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” and the lively performance paved the way for the rest of the musical numbers, which were mostly solid. Continue reading Oscars 2017: Justin Timberlake’s Opening Song, In Memoriam Tribute & Musical Highlights at The Playlist.