Kourtney Kang Coming-Of-Age Comedy Gets NBC Pilot Order, Casts Young Lead

She is repped by CESD. Russo recently finished her run in School Of Rock and is rehearsing for the world premiere of James Lecesne’s Mother Of Invention which is playing off-Broadway with the Abingdon Theatre Company from February 9-26.
At NBC, 20th TV produces breakout new drama This Is Us, which was just renewed for two seasons.” />
Russo, who originated the role of Summer in School Of Rock on Broadway, will play that half-Asian girl, Katie, growing up in the suburbs of Philly in 1988. Because the role is so specific, talent search began ahead of the formal pilot green light, which I hear was contingent on finding a girl to play Katie. Launching a preliminary casting process also made sense since this was one of the hottest NBC comedy scripts this season, and the Kang project already had a put pilot commitment.
On the drama side, the network had picked up military hero drama For God And Country and suburban drama Good Girls. This is the first formal comedy pilot greenlight this season at NBC, which just gave a 10-episode order to a new season of Will & Grace.
The comedy, from 20th where FOTB showrunner Khan, Kang and Savage are under overall deals, marked the first sale through Khan’s Fierce Baby production banner which was launched as a full-fledged pod last summer with the hire of Mandy Summers as head of development. Kang, Khan, Savage and Summers executive produce, with Savage set to direct the pilot.
NBC has given a pilot green light to a single-camera comedy from Fresh Off The Boat co-executive producer Kourtney Kang and creator/executive producer Nahnatchka Khan, actor-director Fred Savage, and 20th TV. I've learned exclusively that Isabella Russo has been cast as the young lead in the show written by Kang based on her   life, which explores what it’s like to grow up as the only girl in the only mixed-race family in the suburbs of Philadelphia, dealing with real-world issues like race and gender while never losing focus of her life goal… to become a Laker Girl like her idol Paula Abdul.

Nicollette Sheridan’s ‘Desperate Housewives’ Case Gets Tossed – Again

It is unlikely that Cherry would have been called as a witness if the new trial had gone forward. However, a witness list did have Sheridan’s DH co-stars Eva Longoria, Felicity Huffman, Teri Hatcher and Marcia Cross are on it —   though that didn’t ensure they actually would be taking the stand.
“The Court finds that the Defendant has presented substantial undisputed evidence of the creative decision to kill off Sheridan's character, developed over several seasons of the show,” said a January 12 ruling by Judge Holly Kendig. That ruling granting a motion for summary judgment by Touchstone TV in the actor’s claim of retaliation against the ABC unit.
The actor insisted that her complaining about the incident to network execs was what resulted in her being tossed from the once ratings dominating show, which ended its run in May 2012. He was backed up by former ABC executives like current CW boss Mark Pedowitz and then-programming chief Steven McPherson. Later released as a defendant from that case, Cherry testified that discussions of getting rid of Sheridan’s Eddie Britt character preceded the incident and her termination had zero to do with it. In the 2012 trial, which was filed two years beforehand, Sheridan claimed that   DH   creator and EP Marc Cherry had intentionally struck her on set in 2008 while the two were disagreeing, to put it mildly, over a scene.
Adam Levin of Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP since almost Day 1 continues to represent ABC and Touchstone in the matter.” />
“We look forward to winning in front of the court of appeal, again,” Mark Baute told Deadline. Not that this latest loss is going to stop Sheridan, says her main lawyer.
“Thus, …Touchstone's legitimate reasons for killing off Sheridan's character would have resulted in the same decision,"the LA Superior Court judge added in the just released ruling (read it here). "Sheridan has not presented a triable issue of fact showing that retaliatory animus was a ‘substantial motivating factor’ of the employment decision.”
This was based on a 2013 amendment to the California Labor Code that altered the process so that “there is no requirement that an individual exhaust administrative remedies or procedures” — which had previously proved a hurdle to high for Sheridan. The unanimous opinion penned by Justice Thomas Willhite jilted   the October 2013 ruling   by Judge Michael Stern denying Sheridan another trial. Most recently, the actor’s efforts looked to see a new trial get a June 5, 2017 start date after the 2nd District Court of Appeal revived the matter in October 2015.
As is evident from the Baute Crochetiere & Gilford LLP attorney’s remarks, and as anyone who has been watching the past few years recalls, Sheridan’s legal pursuit has seen a series of victories and losses in a variety of jurisdictions.
Nearly five years after her first Desperate Housewives trial collapsed due to a hung jury, Nicollette Sheridan has suffered another loss as a judge tossed out her latest case.

Pete Hammond’s Notes On The Season: The Lull Before The Oscar Storm; Katzenberg Gets Nostalgic; Gosling Wows SAG Again & Again

It was a very elaborate book with the DreamWorks logo on the cover, and a hand signed thank you card. The only other win for the company came in 2005 for Aardman's   Wallace & Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit, a movie DWA distributed. The book, when taken out of the case, is actually a collection of every single one of their movies on Blu-ray. Unfortunately it was a short-lived dominance. Each disc has its own artwork on it as well. Although   Trolls   represents the last full Jeffrey Katzenberg push for an Animated Feature Oscar nomination, and it is a longshot for that category but a real possibility for Timberlake's chart topping song "Can't Stop The Feeling,” he was apparently feeling very nostalgic about everything DreamWorks Animation accomplished during his tenure which just ended in 2016, so he stopped by the DreamWorks campus yesterday to deliver a real collectors item to every employee. The emergence of the Academy's Best Animated Feature category came in 2001 and the very first winner was indeed DreamWorks Animation's Shrek. Behind each piece of film artwork is the DVD that pulls out of a sleeve, and it goes from everything from   Antz   to the aforementioned   Trolls.
I have been saying for the past couple of weeks, actually ever since   La La Land's record-setting sweep at the Globes, that the big question for this Oscar nomination morning will be if La La Land   can tie the all-time noms record of 14 held by 1950's   All About Eve and 1997's Titanic. All I can say is, based on my conversations this week, every Oscar voter to whom I spoke   had   voted (there were about 200 of them just at the Netflix   13th   event Sunday night at Ted Sarandos' house). That is what makes this all so much fun. If true, how that affects the final list is anyone's guess. "Hey, predict the two biggest shocks for me," one voter asked earlier today regarding the upcoming nominations. There usually are. If the past is any indication, there might be some surprises in store on Tuesday. My answer is that if I could predict the "shocks,” they wouldn't be   shocks.
With this new change, some pundits have suggested that perhaps the Academy should try doing a full-blown primetime TV show to announce nominations. Since hte Academy changed the rules to allow anywhere from five to 10, we have had either eight or nine. The other nagging question is just how many Best Picture nominees there will be this   year. The first year, cameras hopped around from nightclub to nightclub where expectant nominees were waiting for the news. How about trying that again, Academy, if this digital blitz on Tuesday doesn't work out? One of the latter figures is likely to be repeated this time. This has upset traditionalists, though one publicist fearing the worst for their movie told me this might be the perfect year to stay home. In 1955 and 1956, the Academy staged an NBC nominations special. Actually, this is an old idea. We will know on Tuesday when the Academy goes all in on the digital revolution and presents nominations in a brand-new way featuring past winners and nominees, but with no formal press conference or 430   AM breakfast at the   Academy's Beverly Hills headquarters as in years past. The second year, Fredric March hosted the noms announcement in a studio with about seven soon-to-be nominees on hand; their name was called as a nominee and then written primitively on a chalkboard. Fred MacMurray even led a group around the piano singing the nominated songs!
Gosling told me he ran into Dustin Hoffman at a recent screening and Hoffman told him he had already seen it three times. One top producer with a competing Best Picture prospect told me last week that he has seen   La La   five times already. It reminds me of   The Artist   at a similar point in its 2011 Oscar run. That's something Gosling says has surprised him as he goes around with the film. Not me. Three-quarters of the audience's hands went up. Before bringing him out, I asked the crowd — packed with actors, of course — how many were seeing the movie for at least the second time. He showed up Tuesday night for an SRO SAG screening and Q&A for the movie at ArcLight Hollywood, which I moderated. Speaking of   La La Land,   its Golden Globe-winning star Gosling has been tireless on the circuit ever since missing the fall festival launch of the movie due to filming   Blade Runner   in Hungary.
The astounding thing is   Titanic   got to 14 without even getting a Screenplay nomination or one for star Leonardo DiCaprio. A second Best Song nomination for "Audition,"   a tune I hear Academy music branch members like just as much or even more than "City 0f Stars,” would bring it to the rarefied record-tying air of   All About Eve   and   Titanic. The potential problem for this scenario is the Best Song category is impossibly crowded with high-profile contenders this year, so a double nomination there for   La La Land   is a big question mark. Expected nominations for Picture, Actor Ryan Gosling, Actress Emma Stone, Director and Writer Damien Chazelle, Original Score, Cinematography, Production Design, Costumes, Sound Editing and Mixing, Film Editing and Song for "City of Stars" bring it to 13, which would put it in the company of Best Picture winners like   Gone With the Wind, From Here to Eternity, Shakespeare in Love, Forrest Gump   and Chicago,   along with some just nominated like   Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring   and   Mary Poppins.
With ballots in to the Academy since last Friday, rumors abound that voter turnout was lower than hoped for this time around, and that's despite the Academy honchos sending constant reminders to vote. With the town either obsessed and/or depressed by today's Donald Trump inauguration, headed to Sundance and looking forward to Tuesday's early AM first-ever all digital announcement of Oscar nminations, it has been something of a slow week awards-wise, a purgatory especially for those waiting to move on to Phase 2 of the race.
In 1957 Joanne Woodward took a Best Actress Oscar doing the same thing in   Three Faces of Eve. In the latter Sally Field won an Emmy playing a woman with multiple personalities. It's an irresistible kind of role, very showy, and when an actor latches on to something like this it usually   screams   Oscar. Night Shyamalan's new thriller,   Split   as a real possibility for next year's Academy Awards. Universal just needs to figure out a way to keep it alive for a solid year and hope memories don't fade.” /> The actor is mesmerizing in this movie, a big comeback for Shyamalan, that is sort of a cross between   Room and   Sybil. It's rare to have a major Oscar contender turn up in a January release, much less a horror film (although Anthony Hopkins did it in the genre with 1991 February release   The Silence Of The Lambs) but count James McAvoy, as a man living with 24 personalities in M.
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It is interesting to note that that movie, now considered perhaps the greatest ever, received only two Oscar nominations for 1952, Supporting Actress for Jean Hagen and Scoring of a Musical Picture, losing the latter to   With A Song In My Heart. He even laughed at former   Mickey Mouse Club   co-star Justin Timberlake's dance in the stars with Fallon emulating the Gosling and Stone musical number in the Griffith Park Observatory. In a week where Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced it is closing up shop after 146 years, the musical spirit of that Oscar   loser   lives on in a film that could rewrite Oscar history for   any   musical. To prep for the movie Gosling and Chazelle reached a bit into Hollywood movie musical history and visited Patricia Kelly's Gene Kelly Archive at her home, where he even saw Kelly's personally notated script for   Singin' in the Rain. "During the   Singin' in the Rain   number he had written 'hand off umbrella to passerby' in the margins," Gosling told me. Gosling told me he was amused by the Jimmy Fallon Golden Globe opening number takeoff on the film, but knew about it beforehand since it was choreographed by Mandy Moore, who also did the movie. The Best Picture winner that year was   The Greatest Show on Earth. I talked to numerous Academy members who had turned up repeatedly to screenings of that black and white silent Best Picture winner. "For some of my films people actually try to   un-see   it the first time, " he laughed. For Gosling it is a new phenomenon.

Common Joins Sundance Pic ‘Burning Sands’ As EP, Will Contribute Original Song

Burning Sands takes offers a voyeuristic journey of fraternity hazing through the eyes of one pledgee torn between honoring a code of silence or standing up against the intensifying violence of underground hazing.
Academy Award-winning musician and actor Lonnie Rashid Lynn, better known as the rapper Common, has signed on as an executive producer for Netflix's Sundance film Burning Sands through his Freedom Road Productions. "The Cross" was written by Common with Karriem Riggins, Robert Glasper and Samora Pinderhuges and is produced by Riggins and Glasper. Common will perform an original song for the closing credits, "The Cross", which will feature singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas.
Directed by Gerard McMurray and written by Christine Berg & McMurray, Burning Sands stars Trevor Jackson, Alfre Woodard, Steve Harris, Tosin Cole, DeRon Horton, and Trevante Rhodes. It's produced by Stephanie Allain, Jason Michael Berman, Reginald Hudlin and Mel Jones, and executive produced by Caroline Connor, Gerard McMurray, Common, Derek Dudley and Shelby Stone.
A Mandalay Pictures, Homegrown Pictures, Hudlin Entertainment Production in association with Freedom Road Productions for Netflix, Burning Sands has its world premiere January 24 at the Sundance Film Festival.” />
“I'm grateful that Freedom Road is a producing partner on this and it was an honor and a joy to create a song for a movie that I'm inspired by,” said Common.

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Producer & Author After Seeing Full Tape: Dog Was Not In Danger

First I want to thank everyone—and there have been literally thousands of you—who have written to express support. Your words and thoughts mean the world to us.
I celebrate animal rescue and am proud of the values that show up in A Dog’s Purpose.
Asked by Deadline if that is PETA's stated goal, the organization's   SVP Lisa Lange said, "Yes. With all we know about how they are kept in cages, the abuse that takes place during training and how they are treated on film sets, we believe that the animals should be CGI’d always." The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has been targeting the animal supplier/handler Birds & Animals Unlimited for a long while.
We were told that when the full investigation is over by the studio and the production company, the unedited video will likely be released to the public.” />
He loves the water, wasn’t in danger, and wasn’t upset. I also didn’t like it when Hercules’s head briefly went under water, but there was a scuba diver and a trainer in the pool to protect him.
"I looked at the video of all of this," said Polone, who said he viewed the entire thing yesterday. He came up and he was fine. If your stated goal is to never use any animal on a movie set ever again, then they are trying to use the video that someone probably sold to TMZ to get a commitment for that." "(The dog) gets under the froth of the water but he is lifted up by the diver.
Bruce Cameron, who saw the full footage the day of the shoot, also said the edited video "mis-characterized" what happened on the set and went on Facebook to release the following statement: The author of the book and co-screenwriter W.
On a movie where the mantra was the safety and comfort of the dogs, mistakes were made, and everything needs to be done to make sure those errors are not repeated. But the reason American Humane certifies that no animals were harmed during the making of the film is that no animals were harmed during the making of the film.
"And I want to use this to figure out how to benefit animals. I know the movie helps to benefit animals because it shows the deep relationships that forms between people and dogs." One thing many of those involved with the film have questioned is why someone waited 15 months before releasing the video to TMZ, only two weeks before the release of the film in theaters nationwide January 27. "I care about the truth, and I care about animals," said Polone, who has long been an animal activist.
Whoever was in control of the set should have told them to stop, but the dog was not in danger and the dog was and is   OK." "I’ve done more investigating and also had more conversations with PETA.
There are so many things that you don’t see … there are raised platforms under the water. It’s a cellphone video that was cut in a certain way. You don’t see the safety people on the other side. "I'm not saying there were no mistakes made, but the whole thing is becoming untrue and unfair, and I feel like they and the person who cut the cellphone video together are using the media for their own agendas. There is a (scuba) diver under the water.
A Dog's Purpose producer Gavin Polone said he's had a change of heart after seeing the full video of a distressed German Shepherd on set. Also, producer Amblin Entertainment clarified that the incident that occurred was not the second unit as first thought, but rather "a reduced main unit" crew shooting that day. He says the dog was not in danger and believes agendas are being carried out for different purposes — that whomever cut the video and made it appear the dog was in danger and "probably sold it for money" to fulfill's PETA's stated agenda of ensuring no animal is ever used on a TV or movie set again.
If the people who shot and edited the video thought something was wrong, why did they wait fifteen months to do anything about it, instead of immediately going to the authorities?
The video that ran Wednesday on TMZ has caused a public relations nightmare for Amblin and Universal Pictures, as it has gone viral.
I found the video we’ve all seen to be shocking because when I was on set, the ethic of everyone was the safety and comfort of the dogs.
or did die." "The person who cut it probably wanted to sell it, and it doesn’t sell if it looks like the dog is OK. (The person) made it look like the dog could die …
I have since viewed footage taken of the day in question, when I wasn’t there, and it paints an entirely different picture.
When he was asked to perform the stunt from the other side of the pool, which was not how he had been doing it all day, he balked. The dog was not terrified and not thrown in the water—I’ve seen footage of Hercules earlier that day joyfully jumping in the pool. The written commentary accompanying the edited video mischaracterizes what happened. The mistake was trying to dip the dog in the water to show him it was okay—the water wasn’t his issue, it was the location that was the issue, and the dog happily did the stunt when he was allowed to return to his original spot.

Feds Want ‘Dance Moms’ Abby Lee Miller To Get 2.5 Years In Prison For Fraud Case

  It is not clear yet if Miller will appear as witness in her own defense next month. The judge is expected to make her decision either at or soon after that second hearing. A second hearing is scheduled for February 24 in which Miller's lawyers will make their case for probation.
Miller is represented in this matter by Robert Ridge and Brandon Verdream of Pittsburgh’s Clark Hill PC.
Ex-Celebrity Apprentice host Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States while Abby Lee Miller began to find out if she's going to prison or not – and just how much the U.S. Attorney's office really wants her behind bars Two different unscripted TV hosts had two very different interactions today with the federal government.
They have now agreed to drop their request to enhance Miller's sentence for the use of minors in her activity of not reporting bringing more that $10,000 into the country. One piece of definitive movement today saw Miller dropped her attempts to not pay up her attempts to keep the $120,000 she was accused of illegally sneaking into America from Australia in the summer of 2014. In previous court filings, the feds have claimed that Miller used minors to get the money Stateside.
It is the purpose of the two sentencing hearings for both sides to have an opportunity to change the judge's mind if they so desire – which both seemingly do. It is a bit clearer that the sentencing that could see first time offender Miller behind bars for just six months or getting probation and paying a lot less than government prosecutors desire if the Chief Judge's tentative rulings of yesterday on the guideline range holds (read it here).
Making the final case for the government on Friday in the Pennsylvania city, Assistant U.S. With the Dance Moms host sitting nearby, the federal prosecutor dismissed attempts by Miller to blame the matter, for which she pled guilty on June 27 last year, as the fault of her sudden fame on the Lifetime series. Attorney Greg Melucci told Chief Judge Joy Flowers Conti that Miller should be sentenced to 2.5 years in prison. A deliberate Melucci said that the Dance Moms host “intended to cause harm” to her creditors by deliberately misrepresenting her income on bankruptcy filings in 2012.
Over a year after she was   indicted on 20 counts of fraud   and   more than six months after a new charge was made of violating currency reporting laws,   the   Dance Moms host Friday faced a district judge in Pittsburgh in the first part of her sentencing.
Kim Lyons contributed to this report” />

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‘Band Aid’ Sundance Clip: Zoe Lister-Jones & Adam Pally Turn A Couple’s Grief Into Song

Band Aid is the directorial debut of Life in Pieces star Lister-Jones, who hired an all-female production crew for the pic.
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EXCLUSIVE: "Let's make a list of our top 10 fights of all time." So begins a clip of Band Aid, dropped ahead of its world premiere Tuesday at the Sundance Film Festival.
Band Aid premieres Tuesday, January 24, at the Eccles Theatre.
Hannah Simone, Angelique Cabral, Majandra Delfino and Brooklyn Decker also star. In a last-ditch effort to save their marriage, they decide to turn all their fights into song, and with the help of their neighbor Dave (Fred Armisen) who was once a drummer, they start a band. Advised by their therapist to try and work through their grief unconventionally, they are reminded of their shared love of music. Directed, written by and starring Zoe Lister-Jones, Band Aid is the story of a couple, Anna (Lister-Jones) and Ben (Adam Pally), who can't stop fighting.

‘Girl Meets World’ Finale: Creator On Topanga’s Choice, New Network Search & Season 4

Tonight's episode was written as a potential series finale, Jacobs said, and it was not the first time he had done that, with the bay window theme running through both closers-to-be.
"We do our best, we leave a good mark and we hope people rem us fondly."
"If there is any legacy to these two shows I hope it would be that the first show demonstrated that the most wonderful thing the world offers is love," he said. Our legacy? "But then I read articles written on college campuses about the difficulties of trying to be Cory and Topanga. As you meet the world, love and friendship help you through." So the second show offers the potential of true friendship. So are Riley and Maya. Cory and Topanga were meant to be forever. With an end in mind, Jacobs reflected on the original series and its followup.
His answer is a little ominous, hinting at a possible death. What is Jacobs' idea for a potential fourth season?
Boy Meets World fans helped get Girl Meets World happen with the enthusiastic reaction to the news of the project. Jacobs admits that put extra pressure on him and his team to live up to fans' expectations.
"Sometimes things happen earlier than they are supposed to."
While he was happy to get a third season, Jacobs admits he would've been even happier to get a fourth but had a sense that may be a long shot at the kids-focused Disney Channel as the show's protagonists moved to high school. But I also wanted the possible finish line to have obvious space to keep going. "I had hoped to run at Disney Channel for four years but realized many shows stop after three, and our cast and the natural stories to tell might have outgrown the venue, so I wrote the last episodes of the season with some closure just in case," he said. I hope we did that." "The last thing I would want for a loyal audience would be to leave over 200 episodes of a franchise unfinished.
So, we tried to make sure the new show would offer something of value to a new generation young people meeting the world." "When Girl Meets World was announced, the internet reaction showed us how much Boy Meets World was appreciated," he said. "We were very grateful for that and wanted to sustain those good feelings as we continued.
"So what do we do?"
The third season was about experiencing feelings and the fourth season was going to be about dealing with change and loss and learning something from it as we have from all of our episodes." The second season was about growth. ('Girl Meets Goodbye' hit that home with its "Riley and Maya are forever" theme that framed the episode.) "The first season was dedicated to that. "The series was always about a strong friendship," he said.
As Savage's teacher Cory Matthews put it in the finale tonight, Girl Meets World   was one of Disney Channel’s best received series, with devoted fan base, strong reviews, two consecutive best children’s program Emmy nominations as well as WGA and PGA nominations. But that may not be enough to prevent the show from a premature conclusion.
"Anybody who gives up Yale for a fictional college because she loves Cory Matthews, isn't going to uproot her family for Trafalgar Square. But the main point of the story was that she found her own bay window right where she was." "Topanga is an incredibly strong decision maker," Girl Meets World creator and Boy Meets World co-creator Michael Jacobs told Deadline.
If somebody moves on it immediately, great. "The last thing we want to do is overstay our welcome when we have always been so warmly received. If not, it's been on the air going on 25 years. Lots of lessons learned." But the idea I have to continue is a good one. "I'm making an attempt to find a home for an evolution of the franchise," he said.
After a lot of soul-searching and counsel by family members, with a slew of Boy Meets World alums making an appearance, she opted to stay, calling Topanga's coffee house her "bay window." The "goodbye" part was given a different connotation when the show's penultimate Season 3 episode last week dropped the bombshell that Topanga Matthews (Danielle Fishel) had received a job offer and was considering moving the family to London.
Will Girl Meets World continue elsewhere? While the most obvious new home candidate, Netflix, is not interested, Jacobs is still trying and hopeful but also content if this is indeed the end.
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Girl Meets World — a sequel to ABC's popular sitcom Boy Meets World — ended its run on Disney Channel tonight with an episode that felt like a series finale and was titled like one too, "Girl Meets Goodbye".
"(Season 2 penultimate episode) 'Girl Meets The Bay Window' was a great series finale. The three incarnations of Riley and Maya, younger, older and their current selves, all leave the bay window and head off into the world. After we shot that we said 'Uh-oh.' But then we got picked up for season 3." "There were a couple of series finales," he said.
That character was born to illustrate that just when you think you have the world figured out, it surprises you." "When we put both casts together there is always the genuine warmth of a family reunion," Jacobs said. "But this time, the two Morgans added something even more special, as did ending with the appearance of the original Joshua Matthews as we did in the Boy Meets World finale.
The Girl Meets World finale staged major Boy Meets World reunion, which included both actresses who played Cory’s (Ben Savage) sister Morgan: Lily Nicksay (Seasons 1–2) and Lindsay Ridgeway (Seasons 3–7).

Obama Vs. Trump Inauguration Crowd Size: Photos Tell Story

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The top photo is of the crowd on the National Mall when the inauguration of this country's first black POTUS, Barack Obama was attended by an estimated 1.8M people in January of 2009. The lower photo shows the crowd for President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017. The photos taken by a poll camera at the top of the Washington Monument, both were taken shortly before noon.
And Bill Clinton clocked estimated crowds of 800K in 1993, but just 250K in ’97. If the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Activities' crowd estimate holds up, it would compare favorably with previous presidents. Bush’s two inaugurations collected crowds estimated a 300K and 400K, in 2001 and ’05, respectively. George W.
An estimated 1.8 million people attended Obama’s 2009 inauguration; about 1M attended his second, in 2013.
Photos of the event taken from the Washington Monument suggest the crowd size was more in keeping with the early estimate by the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Activities, which, heading into today's ceremony, had forecast 700K-900K would attend Trump's inauguration. President Donald Trump boasted of   "unbelievable, perhaps record-setting turnout" in his walk-up to today's inauguration.

Ted Sarandos On Netflix In The Age Of Donald Trump & What’s Next – Sundance Studio

Find out more about Applegate and their mission to change the meat we eat at www.applegate.com.” /> Actors, directors, filmmakers and special guests visiting the Deadline Studio at Sundance 2017 enjoyed sweet and savory treats, custom cocktails and more at Applegate’s REEL FOOD CAFE.
Visit Deadline throughout the festival for breaking news and the scene from Sundance as well as video interviews with movers and shakers and top talent.
Our interview came just minutes after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th POTUS and had delivered a rather pugnacious inaugural address. A frequent high-profile presence in Park City, Sarandos is in town for tonight's premiere of The Discovery,   starring Jason Segel, Rooney Mara and Sundance founder Robert Redford, and several other projects the streaming service is screening at the fest. It also comes one day before the Women's March on Main is set to take place led by Netflix host Chelsea Handler.
"To talk truth to power, and what I can do is give them a platform to do that,"the exec said about   what he believes is the role of an artist. "The role of the filmmaker, particularly in the documentary space, has never been more important," Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said today as he kicked off the Deadline Studio at Sundance 2017 presented by Applegate.
Sundance runs through January 29.

He’s Back! James Cameron To Godfather ‘Terminator’ With ‘Deadpool’ Helmer Tim Miller

Much the way that Sony used to rush Spider-Man movies to stay ahead of a rights reversion ticking clock, it was always known that Cameron would regain clout eventually. One only has to look at Aliens, True Lies, Titanic or Avatar to see what he is capable of creatively when he puts his mind to something. Perhaps Cameron was foreshadowing his own future return to the franchise. It didn't seem that Skydance or Paramount had much interest continuing the creative track of the last film, but real creative involvement by Cameron, even if he doesn't direct, changes the whole ballgame. Audiences disagreed and the franchise seemed out of gas when the $155 million grossed $440 million worldwide, but didn't do nearly well enough in the U.S.
I've heard the hope is for Miller to direct whatever they come up with. Cameron is booked for four Avatar sequels, to shoot two at a time. I don’t know anything more than I’ve disclosed here, including whether they reboot the whole thing or pick up from where Cameron left off after the second film. No comment from any of the involved parties.” />
EXCLUSIVE: He'll be back! Ellison still holds many Terminator rights, after his 2013 acquisition from sister and Annapurna principal Megan Ellison. David Ellison, whose Skydance co-financed   Terminator Genisys,   is bankrolling an exploratory effort that includes engaging some top-flight science fiction authors to find the movie creatively. James Cameron, who regains certain rights to his prized creation   The Terminator   in 2019, is godfathering a new iteration of the film that might finally get it right in drawing a close in the battle between humans and Skynet. She bought them in 2011 at Cannes for $20 million. Sources said that Cameron, whose copyright reversion happens 35 years after the release of the 1984 classic, is in early talks with Deadpool director and VFX wiz Tim Miller to direct a reboot and conclusion of one of cinema's great science fiction tales.
Perhaps because his old buddy and True Lies star Schwarzenegger had returned as the title character, Cameron was generous in his assessment, reportedly saying that the Alan Taylor-directed film had reinvigorated and created a renaissance for the franchise. This is the latest development in an ongoing saga. Cameron has had zero involvement since then, and has largely been silent. The rights ended up with Pacificor, which paid $29.5 million, and Megan Ellison bought them after that company floundered. The exception was on the last picture, Terminator Genisys. The result was a 1984 sci-fi classic, that launched his star and that of   Arnold Schwarzenegger. They beat him to the punch, figuring he would still participate, but Cameron responded by walking away. He didn't participate in the three films that followed, or the TV show The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Cameron came back and topped himself to write and direct he blockbuster   Terminator 2: Judgment Day,   but he washed his hands of the property after that. Indeed, The Terminator might have endured the craziest road of any billion dollar movie franchise, going back to when Cameron — who only had Piranha 2 under his belt as director — sold the rights to his scripted project for $1 to producer Gale Ann Hurd, with the stipulation he could not be fired as director. He mentioned to producers Mario Kassar and Andy Vajna his plans to buy the rights back from Carolco bankruptcy.