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Victoria Justice Relaxes In Venice With Sister Madison Grace Justice

Child star Victoria Justice became a household name in the 2000s when she was on the hit show, Zoey 101 and later in the 2010s on Victorious, which also gave rise to pop superstar, Ariana Grande. Since Victorious, Justice has been in a few projects but has also embraced the 21 century approach to fame […]

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Marvel's Moon Knight Series Will Reportedly Feature Stained Glass Scarlet as The Villain

A couple months ago, Marvel Studios announced that they were officially developing a Moon Knight series for Disney+. While not much information on the series has been revealed, we do have something to share with you today thanks to McU Cosmic regarding the villain of the story.

Before we get into that, though, here’s a little rundown of who Moon Knight is in case you don’t know:

Moon Knight, Marc Spector, Steven Grant and Jake Lockley: four different aspects of the same man who was resurrected by Khonshu, the Egyptian Lunar-God of Vengeance and Justice to serve as his "avatar". Those unjust mortals who prey upon the innocents who travel at night, with powers that come from the moon, beware the Vengeance of the Moon Knight!

He’s a great character and I’m excited to see what Marvel has planned for him. According to the report, those
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The Slavs, the most expensive Slovakian TV series ever, enters production - Television - Slovakia/Ukraine

The upcoming epic TV series mixes 7th-century historical content with fantasy and supernatural elements. Prolific Slovakian filmmaker Peter Bebjak has been equally busy working on projects for the small screen. He is currently directing several episodes of the ambitious television series The Slavs, the most expensive Slovakian TV series to the date. It is described as a “fictional reconstruction of a historical period with fantasy and supernatural elements”, inspired by Slovakian and Ukrainian myths and fairy tales. The Slavs marks the first foray into quality TV production within the field of Slovakian audiovisual production. Set in the 7th century in the Carpathian Basin, this sword-and-sorcery story takes place between two hill forts and centres on their business and power interests as well as the pressure exerted on them...
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Emily Limyun Dean set to direct animated feature

Emily Limyun Dean (Photo credit: Bradford Rogne).

Aacta Award-nominated filmmaker Emily Limyun Dean will make her feature directing debut on an animated feature for Sony Pictures Animation.

Entitled Tao, the female-driven sci-fi adventure is set in China, according to Deadline, which broke the story.

Tonya Kong, whose credits include the Us TV series Arrow, Daredevil and Justice, is attached as the writer. The plot is under wraps.

The Us-born Chinese-Australian took nights classes in art certificate training at Aftrs and worked on live action short films and TV series while she studied at the University of Sydney.

After graduating with a BA (Honours) in history and English in 2009 she wrote, directed and animated her first animated short Forget Me Not.

Based on her family’s experience with Alzheimer’s disease, it was nominated for the Best Short Animation Award at the 2012 Aacta Awards.

She studied animation at California Institute of the Arts
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Comic Book Review – Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1

Ricky Church reviews Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1…

For nearly 10 years, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have done some groundbreaking work on Batman. Their run on the main Batman title was a highlight of the New 52 where they consistently churned out some great stories that pushed the boundaries for the character, an aspect they have continued to strive for through the pair’s work on DC’s event miniseries Dark Knights: Metal. Now the pair are back for one last story on the Dark Knight with Batman: Last Knight on Earth. Judging from this first book alone, readers are in for one crazy and out there ride that will test many of the limits Snyder and Capullo have set for themselves as well as Batman himself.

It doesn’t take long for Last Knight on Earth #1 to go off the rails as Batman suddenly wakes up in Arkham Asylum and
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Cannes: Stuart Ford’s Agc Takes World Sales on Emirati Comedy ‘Rashid and Rajab’

  • Variety
Stuart Ford’s Agc International sales arm has taken global distribution rights outside the Middle East to Dubai-set concept comedy “Rashid and Rajab” which will be hitting movie theaters in the region starting in June.

The deal between the film’s production company Image Nation Abu Dhabi and Agc, which have a close rapport, was signed in Cannes, they said in a statement.

Shot on location in Dubai, “Rashid and Rajab” revolves around a freak body switch between a wealthy Emirati executive and an Egyptian fast-food deliveryman. As a result, the pair gain a different perspective into each other’s lives, according to promotional materials.

The family-friendly pic is directed by Emirati director Mohammed Saeed Harib, known for creating Emirati animated children’s TV series “Freej.” It’s produced for Image Nation by Emirati filmmakers Ali Mostafa (“Fom A to B”) and Majid Alansari (“Zinzana”) in tandem with multi-hyphenate Rami Yasin’s Breakout Films.
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Top Gulf companies team up for 'game-changing' film and TV partnership

Image Nation Abu Dhabi, Majid Al Futtaim and Mbc Studios have announced a new alliance.

Top Gulf companies Image Nation Abu Dhabi, Majid Al Futtaim and Mbc Studios have announced a new alliance pooling their resources and expertise on film and TV projects across the Middle East, with a focus on Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt.

The first two productions to be supported under the new partnership will be vampire family drama Three Four Eternity, produced by Egyptian producer Mohamed Hefzy, and Hwjn, an adaption of the best-selling book by Arabic sci-fi pioneer Ibraheem Abbas, combining folklore and fantasy.
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Cannes: Image Nation, Mbc Studios, Vox Cinemas Forge Production Partnership

  • Variety
Production company Image Nation Abu Dhabi, exhibitor Vox Cinemas and broadcaster Mbc have entered a production partnership that “in essence creates a fully integrated studio” for Middle East film and TV projects, said Mbc Studios managing director Peter Smith.

The alliance between the trio of Middle East heavyweights, unveiled Wednesday in Cannes, is focused on the nascent Saudi Arabia market, but also the UAE and Egypt, which now cumulatively form a regional audience “well in excess of 100 million people,” said Image Nation CEO Michael Garin.

Image Nation is already the leading regional producer, the company behind landmark Abu Dhabi-set legal drama “Justice,” which plays on Netflix, and this year’s Oscar-winning doc, “Free Solo.” Vox operates 400 Middle East screens, while Mbc is the top Arabic free-tv broadcaster and also runs a streaming service.

In Cannes, the trio announced two feature film projects: a “vampire family drama” titled “Three Four Eternity,
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Nat Geo to Air Jeremy Irons-Narrated ‘History of the Emirates’ Series Globally (Exclusive)

  • Variety
National Geographic has taken the bulk of global rights to documentary series “History of the Emirates,” narrated by Jeremy Irons and co-produced by Image Nation Abu Dhabi together with British factual production outfit Atlantic Productions.

The series profiles the United Arab Emirates’ ancient history, going back 125,000 years and culminating in the country’s union in 1971, after oil was struck. Featuring archaeological footage, it uses state-of-the-art digital technology and 360-degree camerawork. Viewers will be able to access an interactive app with immersive content and Vr experiences produced by Atlantic’s Alchemy Vr unit, makers of David Attenborough’s “Great Barrier Reef Dive,” which won the first BAFTA for a virtual reality film.

A five-part version of “History of the Emirates” will air this fall across the UAE on local outlets. A three-part international version – the one narrated by Oscar-winner Irons – will air on Nat Geo channels globally, including in the U.
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Oscar-Winning Southern Poverty Law Center Losing Another Top Executive

  • Deadline
The embattled Southern Poverty Law Center, which has won two Academy Awards for its documentaries and has advised numerous TV shows on hate crimes, has lost another top executive.

Richard Cohen, who headed the Splc since 2003, said Friday that a search for his successor is underway. His announcement comes a week after the nonprofit organization fired founder Morris Dees for unspecified misconduct. Cohen said his departure was “in order to give the organization the best chance to heal.”

Cohen’s decision comes on the heels of a scathing essay in The New Yorker delivered by Bob Moser, a former Splc staffer turned Rolling Stone reporter. In the essay, Moser called the organization a “highly profitable scam” that “never lived up to the values it espoused.”

Moser said the Splc was “ripping-off donors” while ignoring sex harassment and racial discrimination within its own organization.

Cohen accepted blame for any failings at the Splc.
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‘Dawn of the Dead’ at 15: Zack Snyder’s Best Film is the One With Zombies, Not Superheroes

‘Dawn of the Dead’ at 15: Zack Snyder’s Best Film is the One With Zombies, Not Superheroes
As it pertains to comic book movies, the name Zack Snyder can be a rather contentious one. Snyder’s filmography reads like a wish list of Hollywood adaptations that a reader of Wizard: The Guide to Comics could have only meekly fantasized about back in the 1990s. 300, Watchmen, Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, Justice […]

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Southern Poverty Law Center, Winner Of Two Oscars, Fires Founder Morris Dees

  • Deadline
A controversial nonprofit organization that has won two Academy Awards for its civil rights documentaries and has been a consultant on hate crimes to many TV shows has fired its founder and leader today.

The Southern Poverty Law Center said it has fired founder Morris Dees, citing unspecified misconduct by the 82-year-old, who started the organization in 1971.

“As a civil rights organization, the Splc is committed to ensuring that the conduct of our staff reflects the mission of the organization and the values we hope to instill in the world,” said President Richard Cohen in a statement. “When one of our own fails to meet those standards, no matter his or her role in the organization, we take it seriously and must take appropriate action.”

Dees spoke to the Associated Press and said the firing resulted from a personnel issue, but didn’t provide details. He said he wished the organization luck.
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Netflix Picks Up Global Rights To Middle Eastern ‘La Law’-Style Legal Drama ‘Justice’

  • Deadline
Netflix has picked up its first show from the UAE: La Law-style legal drama Justice.

The Svod service has acquired the worldwide rights to the series, which was produced by Image Nation and Beelink Productions for pay-tv platform Osn, from Im Global Television.

This comes after Deadline named the show, known locally as Qalb Al Adala, as one of its shows to watch out for in 2018.

The legal drama was created by La Law and NYPD Blue’s William Finkelstein and He Named Me Malala producer Walter Parkes. It follows real cases from the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department and follows Farah, an ambitious and passionate young lawyer who has just returned from the U.S. after having attained a law degree but is determined to succeed on her own despite her father being one of the UAE’s top lawyers.

The series stars Fatima Al Taei, Mansoor Al Feeli,
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Netflix's New Releases Coming in January 2019

With a new year comes new titles to stream on Netflix.

The third season of the Netflix original A Series of Unfortunate Events will drop Jan. 1, while Grace and Frankie, Friends From College, Trolls: The Beat Goes On!, Call My Agent! and Club de Cuervos will all return for new seasons in January. Additionally, part two of the fourth and final season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will be released Jan. 25.

A number of original films will hit Netflix throughout the month, including Black Earth Rising, And Breathe Normally, Lionheart, Justice, The Last Laugh and When Heroes Fly.

Following the success of the true ...
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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Richard Gabai

Richard Gabai is a veteran of Film, Television, and the La Rock Scene with a very diverse body of work. He just wrapped “A Gingerbread Romance” which premiers December 16th on The Hallmark Channel. His career began with a series of cult, genre, and family films including the Quentin Tarantino favorite “Vice Girls,” the Genesis Award winning, “The Bike Squad,” and the groundbreaking “Call of the Wild 3D.” Richard’s Indie thriller “InSight” was theatrically released to critical acclaim Yahoo Movies calling it “Well Directed and Acted from Start to Finish.” His period Western “Justice” starring Jackson Rathbone, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Steven

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Richard Gabai
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Ed Banger Records at 15: Pedro Winter Looks Back on the Pioneering French Dance Label

Pedro Winter managed Daft Punk as they became international dancefloor stars in the late Nineties and early 2000s. But when he started his own label, Ed Banger Records, in 2003, it was as if his resume had been erased. “If I called someone on behalf of Daft Punk, then people were opening doors right away,” he remembers. “But when I was calling for Ed Banger, no one would even return my call.”

In the years since, Ed Banger built a reputation of its own, often with brash hip-hop leaning hits — Uffie’s “Pop the Glock,
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Review: Metallica’s Breakthrough LP ‘…And Justice For All’ Gets A Revealing Deep-Reissue

Metallica became a force to be reckoned with on … And Justice for All, their fourth album and first after the death of bassist Cliff Burton. On their three previous LPs, they’d laid the groundwork for thrash metal, introduced melody and catchiness to the genre and built a following through relentless touring. If their third album, 1986’s Master of Puppets, was the apotheosis of their formative, underground years, then Justice, released two years later, ushered in a new, mainstream era for the band.

Dense, complex and mad at the world
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Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson to Take Part in ‘Fox Nation’ Streaming Service

  • Variety
Fox Nation will be Fox News Channel’s stand-alone streaming service. But it will feature many of the personalities that already draw fans to the company’s flagship cable operation.

All of Fox News’ most popular personalities – including hosts from the 21st Century Fox-owned network’s primetime lineup and its “Fox & Friends” morning show – are expected to have regular roles on the subscription-based outlet, the network said Wednesday. The subscription price has yet to be announced. The service, said to be aimed at so-called Fox News “super fans,” is expected t launch in the fourth quarter.

“We are thrilled to announce that our most popular hosts and contributors from Fox News will be among the key talent involved in Fox Nation,” said John Finley, senior vice president of development and production, in a prepared statement. “Fox News has an incredibly loyal audience and we are confident our super fans
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Liev Schreiber & Matthew Stillman Launch Illuminated Content From ‘Ray Donovan’s New Gotham Base

  • Deadline
Exclusive: As his Showtime series Ray Donovan moves to New York for its sixth season, Liev Schreiber has joined up with Matthew Stillman to launch Illuminated Content, a Gotham-based venture to develop, produce and finance TV and movie projects. Former Maven Pictures producer Hardy Justice will head up development and production at the company’s offices in New York. The aim is to generate three to four projects per year across various platforms, with Illuminated Content producing and co-financing.

The company will allow Schreiber and Stillman to accelerate the entrepreneurial ambitions they have built on separate tracks. Operating around his Ray Donovan schedule — where he is producer and has directed several pivotal episodes — Schreiber has methodically been broadening his canvas. Schreiber made his feature directorial debut on an adaptation of the Jonathan Safran Foer bestseller Everything is Illuminated and most recently starred, co-wrote, and produced Chuck, the indie drama about the life of Chuck Wepner,
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Review: Justice Offer a Studio Version of Their Killer Live Set on ‘Woman Worldwide’

justice are The New York Dolls to Daft Punk’s Rolling Stones – brilliantly thieving acolytes whose giddily primitivist steez reminds you of what made their increasingly-baroque role models great in the first place.

This set is Justice’s third live LP, sorta — it’s essentially a studio remake of their current live set. Some songs are radically altered, others less so: their signature house banger “D.A.N.C.E” (66+ million streams on Spotify at last count) appears twice, in a teased-out disco version and a blow-out mash-up finale with
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