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Paris Hilton Docuseries ‘Paris in Love’ Set for November on Peacock (TV News Roundup)

Peacock announced that the new docuseries “Paris in Love” will begin streaming Nov. 11, with new episodes dropping every following Thursday. The 13-part wedding series will follow Hilton…

Joan Rivers TV Series ‘The Comeback Girl’ With Kathryn Hahn Not Moving Forward (EXCLUSIVE)

Because of issues around the life rights of Joan Rivers, a limited series in which Kathryn Hahn would have played the legendary comedian, isn’t moving forward. The project,…

Wrangler’s ‘Rick and Morty’ Collection Brings Denim to the Multiverse

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Sylvester Stallone Was Offered Batgirl Villain Role Before Brendan Fraser Signed On

Yesterday, it was revealed that Doom Patrol star Brandan Fraser has joined the cast of the Batgirl movie as the villain, Firefly. Now a new report has suggested…

‘Dune’ Ousts ‘No Time to Die’ From U.K. Box Office Pole Position

Warner Bros.’ “Dune” topped the U.K. and Ireland box office in its debut weekend with £5.8 million ($8.1 million), according to numbers from Comscore. In the process, Denis…

Director Denis Villeneuve and Warner Bros. Want to Make ‘Dune: Part II.’ So Why Hasn’t the Sequel Been Announced Yet?

Years ago, filmmaker Denis Villeneuve had agreed to adapt “Dune,” Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel, under one condition: the sweeping saga about warring political dynasties that clash over…

Brendan Fraser books DC Comics blockbuster on comeback trail

His specific character is still under wraps; however, fans have speculated that he will portray the villain Firefly.

Brendan Fraser Is the Villain in HBO Max’s Batgirl Movie, Is He Firefly?

It looks like the Brenassiance continues with beloved actor Brendan Fraser landing another big role. Per Deadline, Fraser is reportedly set to join the cast of Batgirl alongside…

Warner Bros. defends ‘Batwoman’ actor Dougray Scott after Ruby Rose claims

“Warner Bros. has found Mr. Scott to be a consummate professional, and never received any allegation against him of bullying, or of abusive behavior on his part,” the company said.

Ryan Gosling set to play Ken opposite Margot Robbie in ‘Barbie’ movie

The “Notebook” hunk’s casting could see him strip-off on-screen, showing off his ripped body — just as he did in the popular 2011 rom-com “Crazy, Stupid, Love.”

‘B Positive’ star Linda Lavin: ‘Alice’ was the first blue-collar single mom on TV

“I had not been political in my life at all until I recognized and learned through the research that I did — that I was representing 80% of all the working women in this country. So I became politicized.”

James Michael Tyler Dies, Friends Star Was 59

The sad news was announced on Sunday that James Michael Tyler has died following the actor’s three year battle with prostate cancer. Best known for playing the role…