Big Screen Entertainment Group Expands Its Television

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Big Screen Entertainment Group (OTC:BSEG) is having its busiest year ever for developing television shows and is especially bullish on book series adaptation Dead End Dating. Having secured the screen rights late last year to the bestselling saga, the treatment laying out several seasons of the … Read more

Ranveer Singh on north-south cinema comparisons: There’s no competition

Commenting on the phenomenon of the rising popularity of south films in Bollywood-ruled north India, Ranveer Singh says he does not see it as ‘them versus us’ debate. The actor said the creative field is a subjective medium and the concept of competition must not exist there.“I don’t make it a versus thing in the … Read more

Mississippi School Board Upholds Firing Over ‘New Butt’ Book | Entertainment News

BYRAM, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi educator who was fired for reading a children’s book called “I Need a New Butt!” to second graders says he will go to court to try to get his job back. Toby Price told the Clarion Ledger he received a 12-page order Monday showing the Hinds County School Board … Read more

Ashley Judd Talks About Mental Health After Mother’s Death | Entertainment News

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) — Ashley Judd encouraged people to seek help for their mental health and talked about her grieving process after the loss of her mother, country star Naomi Judd. In an interview aired on “Good Morning America” on Thursday, the movie star said she wanted to address her mother’s struggle with depression. Judd … Read more

5-at-10: Braves arbitration situations, Deion Sanders blocks me on Twitter, hey, Shark, hush for a few minutes, deal?

Cheap champs Hey, the Braves played last night and the Braves won last night. Hooray. They are 15-17 and, you know what, never mind that. It’s May 12, and clutching MLB pearls before the ‘er’ months is a futile exercise unless you are truly one of the dregs in the sport and have no chance. … Read more

Ukrainian Circus Comes to Town, and Stays in Italy, Amid War | Entertainment News

By TRISHA THOMAS, Associated Press PISTOIA, Italy (AP) — A Ukrainian circus troupe is performing a never-ending “Alice in Wonderland” tour of Italy, caught in the real-world rabbit hole of having to create joyful performances on stage while their families at home are living through war. Like many Ukrainian artists who were abroad when Russia … Read more

Surprise! Justin Timberlake Is in ‘Candy’ With Jessica Biel | Entertainment News

By ALICIA RANCILIO, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Viewers tuning in to Thursday’s episode of “Candy,” starring Jessica Biel, may recognize a familiar face: Biel’s husband Justin Timberlake. The musician and actor portraying a representative who investigates the murder the show is centered around. Biel, a co-executive producer on the project, says Timberlake first … Read more

Disney profit slips but streaming TV subscribers jump

Disney on Wednesday said its profit slipped in the recently ended quarter but its television streaming service and parks were booming. The entertainment giant reported net income of $470 million, just over half of the $912 million profit it made in the same period a year earlier. But park attendance that had fallen due to … Read more

Mario Batali Acquittal Underscores Perils of #MeToo Cases | New York News

By PHILIP MARCELO, Associated Press BOSTON (AP) — Bill Cosby was released from prison when his conviction that he drugged and assaulted a woman was overturned. Quarterback Deshaun Watson landed a record-setting $230 million contract, despite an investigation into claims he assaulted 22 women. Celebrity chef Mario Batali was acquitted this week on just the … Read more

‘Fiery’ Psaki Ending Tenure as a Top White House Messenger | Entertainment News

By Will WEISSERT, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Jen Psaki had been White House press secretary less than two weeks when a reporter asked whether Twitter’s ban of Donald Trump had made President Joe Biden’s life easier. “We don’t spend a lot of time talking about or thinking about President Trump here,” she responded, then … Read more