The Location Managers Guild International has unveiled the winners of its eight annual LMGI Awards, with Warner Bros.’ drama Judas and the Black Messiah and its Christopher Nolan blockbuster Tenet among a list that also included Netflix’s The Crown, Lupin & The Queen’s Gambit. Judas was recognized with the award for Outstanding Locations in a Period Feature Film, with Tenet recognized for its Contemporary Feature Locations. The Crown Season 4 received the award for Period TV
We’re getting the first look at Lori Loughlin in her return to acting in When Hope Calls, a spinoff of the popular Hallmark Channel series When Calls the Heart, which is coming back for a second season on new network, GAC Family. The network has released a scene featuring Loughlin and Carter Ryan ahead of season premiere. The former When Calls the Heart star is reprising her popular character from the Hallmark Channel series, Abigail Stanton,
It is ironic since Fraturdays were a focal point in IATSE’s contract demands that it took a Fraturday to thwart a potentially devastating Hollywood strike. The virtual negotiations between the union representing roughly 60,000 members covered by the locals, and AMPTP, the trade association representing the major Hollywood studios, had a marathon bargaining session last Friday that spilled well into the night. It was not a true Fraturday — a work jargon referring to the
Hayden Christensen is set to reprise his role as Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader in Disney+’s latest Star Wars spinoff. He will feature in Ahsoka, which is set to start production in 2022, alongside Rosario Dawson, who plays the eponymous character, the Jedi Padawn of Anakin Skywalker, who appeared in The Mandalorian. Christensen will likely feature in flashbacks or as a Jedi presence, as tends to be the case in the Star Wars universe, as the series
Grayson Perry, Richard Ayoade and Great British Bake Off host Mel Giedroyc are to cycle around the UK with comedian David O’Doherty in a Banijay-owned 8 Out of 10 Cats producer Zeppotron format for Channel 4. O’Doherty, who created and is exec producing the four-parter, will be paired with a different celebrity each week in The Ride (working title), journeying along cycling routes in Wales, Suffolk and Kent, chatting and laughing along the way with his guests.