'Love, Victor' will be available on Disney+ as well as Hulu.

According to Variety, Love, Victor will be coming to Disney+ after some streaming misunderstanding. Love, Victor was planned for Disney but was pushed to Disney+'s broader streaming service, Hulu, due to concerns about the series' content, which included images of same-sex high school relationships. However, it appears like the series is now returned to its original home.

This is a big and unexpected move for the streaming service, given that the first two seasons of the show broadcast on Hulu. The third and final season will premiere on Disney+, echoing the larger dispute that Disney is involved in, namely with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and his divisive "Don't Say Gay" policy. Disney has come out against the measure, which would limit information about sexuality and gender in K-12 public schools in the state, after an originally hesitant response. In retaliation, Florida's governor and conservative legislators are aiming to revoke the Disney corporation's licenses in the state, owing to the company's massive Walt Disney World park in Orlando.

"We are proud of 'Love, Victor,' and are pleased to deliver it to the widest possible audience on June 15 by making the whole series available on both Disney+ and Hulu to honor the final season and LGBTQIA+ Pride Month," said Hulu president Joe Earley in a statement released today. "In addition to highlighting this groundbreaking series, subscribers will have the opportunity to sample more content available across our streaming services, as we have done with titles like the Academy Award-winning Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), Man in the Arena: Tom Brady, and Black-ish," he continued.

Love, Victor, a series that has received two GLAAD Media Awards, is a step forward for the streaming platform, which had previously been rigorously curated to prevent controversy. However, the fact that the show is just now being added on the app after being canceled after the third season makes the news bittersweet to say the least. Love, Victor follows Victor, a high school student played by Michael Cimino, as he juggles school, extracurricular activities, and the challenges of exploring his sexuality.

On June 15, right in the thick of Pride Month, Season 3 of Love, Victor will air on Disney+ and Hulu. On both applications, all seasons of the show will be available.

Reina Hardesty is no longer a part of the 'The Boys' spinoff series set in college.

Several of the original leads of The Boys' spinoff series have left the show in the last two months. Aimee Carrero and Shane Paul McGhie left the project in March to seek other opportunities and because their roles, particularly McGhie's, had been drastically changed when showrunners Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters came aboard, according to Deadline. According to Deadline, Reina Hardesty is on her way out for many of the same reasons.

Hardesty's departure was once again the result of creative shifts led by Fazekas and Butters. The showrunners have chosen to take the project in a different way than what executive producer Craig Rosenberg of The Boys had originally envisioned. Hardesty's character is one of the six main protagonists in the series, which also includes Jaz Sinclair, Lizzie Broadway, Chance Perdomo, Maddie Phillips, and previously Carrero.

Hardesty's character will be recast as soon as possible. So far, the college-set spinoff has filled one of its gaps by casting Perdomo in place of McGhie, but they have yet to find a replacement for Carrero as the series' star. There is still no release date set for the show, which pits undergraduate students at Vought International's super-exclusive Goldolkin University in a Hunger Games-style free-for-all for the best contracts. Those who excel at university earn big-ticket superhero jobs in places like Los Angeles or New York. Anyone chosen to travel to New York joins The Seven, following in the footsteps of figures such as A-Train (Jesse T. Usher) and Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott).

Hardesty had a recurring role as Weather Witch on The CW's The Flash series (as well as a brief appearance as her in Legends of Tomorrow), but she was most recently a prominent presence on Brockmire's last season. She starred alongside comedic great Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet as Beth Brockmire, the titular Brockmire's daughter, in the film. She'll also be seen in Maggie Grace and Lucy DeVito's film The Secret Art of Human Flight, as well as the TV movie Maverick.

While the college-set spinoff is being finalized, The Boys' highly anticipated third season approaches its June 3 premiere date. In a broadcast back in January, the in-universe Vought-run news site Seven on 7 highlighted the upcoming season as well as the spinoff, confirming the return to the traditional episodic release on Prime Video with three episodes dropping for the season premiere.

'Single Drunk Female' has been renewed for a second season on Freeform.

Samantha Fink will be given a second season to improve her sobriety. According to Variety, Single Drunk Female has been renewed for a second season. In a press release, Freeform president Tara Duncan expressed her delight at the renewal of the breakout comedy series for a second season. "I'm excited to see what they have in store for Sam in Season 2 as she continues on her path to become her greatest self," Duncan remarked.

Freeform's programming philosophy, according to Duncan, is to provide "fun and exciting storylines that represent the high stakes and unlimited potential of new adulthood." Single Drunk Female, starring Sofia Black-D'Elia as Fink, a 28-year-old woman who has hit rock bottom due to her drinking problem and is forced to move back in with her mother (Ally Sheedy) to begin a court-ordered road to sobriety, epitomizes this sentiment.

On Rotten Tomatoes, the series has a 100 percent approval rating, and it has received praise from critics and viewers for its honest and entertaining representation of sobriety and the road to it.

In addition to renewing Single Drunk Female for a second season, Freeform has given the green light to a new series called While You Were Breeding, based on Kristin Newman's memoir "What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding." Chelsea Frei will play Kacey, a single lady in her 30s who decides to travel the world after leaving the urban jungle of Los Angeles. The cast will also include Catherine Cohen, Alice Hunter, and Kosha Patel.

While Single Drunk Female has been renewed for a second season, fans of other Freeform shows are waiting with bated breath for updates on their favorite shows. Cruel Summer, a mystery show that has swiftly become a fan favorite, and Grown-ish have already been renewed for a fifth season; however, fans of Good Trouble are still waiting for word on a fifth season, which might be announced shortly.

Season 2 of Single Drunk Female will launch in the fall of this year, while Season 1 is currently available on Hulu.

Emily Hampshire of 'Schitt's Creek' Joins the Cast of Zoe Lister-Jones' 'Slip'

Slip, a Roku Original, is gaining a lot of traction, with four new actors joining the cast. Emily Hampshire, Tymika Tafari, Whitmer Thomas, and Amar Chadha-Patel will round out the main cast. The new cast will join previously confirmed star Zoe Lister-Jones, who also works as writer and director for the comedic series.

Slip, which is now filming in Toronto, will follow Lister-Jones' character as she time travels through several universes in order to rediscover herself and find peace in her perfectly wonderful marriage. While she tries to figure out what's best for her, it appears that the answer has always been right in front of her.

While we don't yet have character descriptions, we do know the names of the new characters. Hampshire, a former cast member of Schitt's Creek, will play Sandy. We're guessing that the people behind Slip will use Hampshire's precisely timed humorous edge to their advantage, as she is most known for her depiction of the cynical cashier Stevie Budd in the fan favorite comedy. Gina will be played by Tafari. With her previous ventures starring her in one-off episodes, this will be the actress's first leading part in a television show. Tafari has acted in films such as Revenge of the Black Best Friend, Murdoch Mysteries, and even gave her voice to the popular children's show Paw Patrol for an episode in 2013.

As Elijah, Thomas joins the cast. The comedian is best known for his hour-long HBO comedy special The Golden One and his role as Joe in the Aidy Bryant-led Hulu series Shrill. Stone Quackers, an FXX comedy series, used the actor's vocal skills. Finally, Chadha-Patel had a main role in the horror thriller Dashcam, as well as supporting roles in films like Disney's live-action Aladdin and The Wheel of Time series. Along with Slip, Chadha-Patel will be seen in the upcoming television series Willow, which is a sequel to the fan-favorite fantasy film from 1988.

Fans can expect a comedy treat as Lister-Jones' character, Mae Cannon, travels around many realities in search of her sense of purpose, thanks to all the new names attached to Slip. Dakota Johnson's TeaTime Pictures will make its television debut with this series. Below is the official synopsis for the show:

The seven-episode comedy series follows Mae Cannon (Lister-Jones), a 30-year-old woman who is restless inside a marriage that is completely functional. Mae will be followed on a fantasy adventure through parallel dimensions as she enters various relationships in the hopes of reuniting with her spouse and, ultimately, herself.

There is no set date for the publication of Slip at this time.

Return of John Leguizamo, David Costabile, and J. Smith Cameron in 'Waco - The Trials'

According to Deadline, work on the second installment of the Paramount+ series American Tragedies: Waco - The Trials has begun, and the cast has been completed. John Leguizamo, the series' star, will reprise his role as ATF agent Jacob Vazquez, with newcomers David Costabile, J. Smith Cameron, John Hoogenakker, Keean Johnson, and Abbey Lee.

The terrible and unbelievable actual story of the Branch Dividians and their leader, David Koresh, was the subject of the first season of the series, which premiered in 2018. (Taylor Kitsch). Waco was a 1993 film that chronicled the circumstances leading up to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms' bungled raid on a religious group (ATF). The series demonstrated how political pressure and previous mistakes propelled the ATF into a perilous position that resulted in a 51-day standoff and 80 deaths.

American Tragedies: Waco - The Trials will reveal how the circumstances surrounding the Branch Davidians lit a fire under the 'Patriot' movement, which would lead to such extremism as the Oklahoma City bombing just two years later, just as the first season of Waco did with how the events of the Ruby Ridge standoff led to the devastation in Waco. As the title suggests, the second season will also focus on the allegations of conspiracy to murder federal agents brought against the Branch Dividians' surviving members.

Costabile, who is most known for his role as "Wags" in the hit series Billions, will preside over the trial as the honorable Judge Smith. Smith Cameron, who previously starred in HBO's Succession, will take over as the Branch Davidians' leader and Prophetess, Lois Roden. Roden's spouse, Benjamin Roden, formed the Branch Davidian Seventh-day Adventist Church, where he and his wife served as co-presidents until their deaths. Lois took control at that point. Vernon Howell, aka David Koresh, will join the church at this point in the series.

David Koresh's first Branch Davidians adherent, Clive Doyle, is Hoogenakker (Dopesick). Doyle, blindly faithful to the cult leader, continued to follow Koresh's teachings even after his daughter was killed in a fire at the Davidians' base, Mount Carmel. Vernon Howell, nicknamed the young David Koresh, is played by Johnson (Euphoria). He'll portray a religious leader who persuades followers that he's the Messiah chosen by God. Finally, Carol Howe will be played by Lee (Lovecraft Country). Howe began her life as a Southern working lady before abandoning it to become a neo-Nazi, proving that one can live a million lives. But it doesn't stop there for Howe, who goes on to become a federal informant thanks to her intimate knowledge.

While many shows have only a few compelling characters, producers and showrunners Drew and John Erick Dowdle ensured that Waco was filled with larger-than-life characters, the majority of whom are based on real-life people. Michael Shannon, who played FBI negotiator Gary Noesner in the first season, also serves as an executive producer.

While no specific date has been announced, we do know that the series will premiere in 2023 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Waco standoff.

Wednesday Addams is played by who in the TV show by Tim Burton?

Tim Burton's reimagining of The Addams Family stars who else as Wednesday Addams, and where else have fans seen her before? 

On Wednesday, Tim Burton's Netflix program chose an up-and-coming talent as the heroine of The Addams Family, causing fans to question where they have seen the actress before. 

For Netflix's Wednesday, Tim Burton is reimagining the Addams Family property as a horror comedy. 

"Wednesday" is a reference to the gruesome clan's little daughter, a breakout character who is long overdue for a spinoff. 

Catherine Zeta-Jones portrays Morticia, and Luis Guzman is Gomez in Burton's Addams Family, which premieres on Wednesday. 

Thora Birch and Gwendoline Christie join Christina Ricci, who starred in the original Wednesday Addams in the 1990s, in the series in an unspecified role. 

For the starring character, Burton chose a lesser-known actor, but he's had an incredible rise in popularity owing to a run of memorable appearances. 


"The Addams Family" delivers on 31-year-old hype, says Tim Burton, who directed the show. 

This week's lead character will be played by Scream 2022 and X actress Jenna Ortega. 

It is expected that the young actor would portray a version of Wednesday Addams, a psychic who is learning to manage her abilities when the series begins. 

However, after a terrible killing spree leaves her community in shock, Wednesday is dispatched on a coming-of-age horror-comedy adventure that promises to be a touch more adult and darker than the preceding Addams Family flicks. 

Despite her young age, Ortega is already a veteran in the horror genre, thus this tone is appropriate. 

Despite her young age, Ortega has already created a reputation for herself as a horror heroine. 

So far, her biggest box office success has been the smash slasher sequel Scream 2022, in which she co-starred as Tara Carpenter in the remake. 

Orestes' previous roles include being Cole's new love interest in The Babysitter: Killer Queen and a supporting player in the 2021 comedy Yes Day. 

Ortega's part as a survivor of a school massacre in the independent film The Fallout, which was released in 2021, gained her praise outside of the horror and comedy genres as well. 

Since then, she's appeared in Ti West's famous slasher homage to the 1970s, X, in a supporting part. 

On top of that, Ortega had a brief role in Foo Fighters-starrer Studio 666, where he played a non-killer character who made it out of the opening scene. 

Ortega's work in the horror genre has established her as a credible actress, and she'd be an ideal choice for Tim Burton's reimagining of Wednesday in the Addams Family. 

Director of "Prey" Amber Midthunder explains why she was cast in "Predator."

Director of "Prey," Dan Trachtenberg, describes his immediate confidence in casting Amber Midthunder for "Predator" and why she was so suitable for the role. 


Director Dan Trachtenberg of Prey reveals why he thought Amber Midthunder was the right choice to play the title role in his film adaptation of Predator, which is now receiving widespread acclaim. 

The character of strong mutant Kerry Loudermilk, who shared a body with mutant scientist Bill Irwin, propelled Midthunder to fame in the first place. This role appeared in the FX X-Men spinoff series Legion. 

The 25-year-old actor has also acted in shows including Roswell, New Mexico on The CW, the second adaptation of Melinda Metz's science fiction drama books, and the Netflix action thriller The Ice Road. 

Naru, played by Midthunder, is a brave Comanche woman in Prey who is eager to show her worth as a warrior and puts her talents to the test when a terrible and dangerous extraterrestrial menace emerges and begins hunting down the people she loves. 

Dakota Beavers, Michelle Thrush, Stormee Kipp, Julian Black Antelope, and Bennett Taylor join Midthunder in the cast of the Predator prequel film. Dane DiLiegro plays the role of the original film's famous adversary. 

Director of the Predator picture, Dan Trachtenberg, looks back on the one thing he knew would be a hit from the beginning, and how it led to worldwide accolades for the film's Indigenous casting, Trachtenberg's direction, and Midthunder's performance. Prey premiered on Hulu earlier this month. 

When asked about the making of Prey, director Dan Trachtenberg spoke with The Filmcast. 

The Predator film's director discussed his decision to cast Amber Midthunder as heroine Naru, recalling how he knew she was the right choice the first time they met. 

Please read on to see what Trachtenberg has to say: 

Sincerely, I had already made up my mind the moment we had first met. 

Before the outbreak, we held an online audition using either Zoom or FaceTime. 

She did a fantastic job, and I found out that in addition to being a casting director, her mom also performs stunts. 

And I thought, "Oh, yeah, it must be a part of the equation for her," since her dad is an actor and he's extremely muscular. 

After that, there was a chemical quiz. 

To sum up, we're talking about an audition with a touch more rigour. 

She tried out three alternative interpretations of a conversation she might have with her mother. 

She performed it verbally in both English and Comanche, and then again without using words at all. 

That's something I'm familiar with doing. 

No, I've never done it for an audition, but I have for scenes in productions I've been a part of. 

It was fascinating to try to act out a scenario with speech without the benefit of actual words. 

And that's why the movie relies so much on visual storytelling rather than dialogue. 

Then there was the physical aspect; we brought in a stunt coordinator and set up an obstacle course to observe their movement. 

Much of the entertainment in an action film comes from the character's actions on the screen. 

That intrigued me, and upon closer inspection, I saw that her emphasis on physical activity was more than simply a means to an end; rather, her endless running, crawling, and leaping served as a means to an end—a means to further develop the tale she was telling. 

I guess that proves what I suspected all along. 

Starring Amber Midthunder, Naru is the focus of the film Prey. 

Prey, like Mad Max: Fury Road, was a far more subdued affair than the first Arnold Schwarzenegger Predator movie, preferring to let the suspense develop and the action do the talking. 

Some viewers were let down by the absence of memorable catchphrases in the prequel, but the film has received widespread acclaim for its strong character development, especially in regard to Midthunder's Naru, who is consistently ranked as one of the finest female action heroes. 

Trachtenberg's comments on Prey's casting process are consistent with Midthunder's earlier statements on the film's pre-production, namely the extensive training regimen he through in preparation for the film's action sequences. 

Prey may have only been the beginning of Amber Midthunder's meteoric climb to fame, which is expected to continue unabated thanks to the success of the Predator picture. 

Despite widespread speculation that she has been cast as Princess Yue in Netflix's live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender series, the actor has been tight-lipped about the status of her involvement in the project. 

In the meanwhile, fans of Midthunder's performance as Naru in Prey may watch the show on Hulu right now. 

Post-Reunion Photos From "Top Gun 2" Don't Show Any Sign Of Rooster And Hangman's Rivalry From The Film.

Co-Production of Top Gun and Maverick 

The feud between Rooster and Hangman is resolved when Miles Teller and Glen Powell work together again. 

Miles Teller and Glen Powell 

Reunited in Top Gun 2 

An updated photo of Miles Teller and Glen Powell shows that the on-screen tension between their characters, Rooster and Hangman, from Top Gun: Maverick isn't real. 

In the sequel to Top Gun, Tom Cruise reprised one of his most recognisable roles. 

In Top Gun: Maverick, directed by Joseph Kosinski, the heroic pilot goes back to TOPGUN Academy to lead a fresh mission with a group of his fellow students.

Although Maverick was the primary protagonist, Top Gun: Maverick also included a number of new Navy recruits who were meant to symbolise the next generation of great pilots. 

Rooster and Hangman are two of them. 

It's easy to draw parallels between their dynamic at the beginning of the film and that of Maverick and Iceman when they were TOPGUN trainees. 

The young pilots in the Top Gun sequel all brought something unique to the Navy and the job at hand, but they found a way to cooperate and maybe even become friends by the end. 

On the other hand, Teller and Powell don't appear to have ever had any rivalry with one another. 

They demonstrated this in a photo Teller posted to his verified Twitter account showing the two of them reuniting at a recent event. 

Co-stars from Top Gun: Maverick pose for a photo together, with the Rooster actor making a reference to their respective roles from the Top Gun film series in the photo's caption. 

Have a look at this picture of Teller: 

The job of Rooster in Top Gun: Maverick eventually went to Teller, but not before Powell tried out for it. 

Nevertheless, Cruise was so impressed by the Set It Up actor that he worked something out to have him appear in the sequel. 

Powell has been forthright about the situation, and he never gave any indication that he was bitter about his co-star being cast in the position he had hoped for. 

Well, things turned out okay in the end. 

Teller gave a fantastic performance as the younger Bradshaw, emulating Goose's famous Great Balls of Fire act from the original film. 

Powell, meantime, was equally fantastic in the role of the arrogant Hangman. 

Despite having a smaller part than his co-star, he managed to steal the show in virtually every scene. 

Some even contend that Hangman is the rightful successor to Maverick. 

The antagonistic triumvirate of Hangman and Rooster put aside their differences and worked together to achieve a shared objective in the final moments of Top Gun: Maverick. 

Both made it through the ordeal unscathed, and with talk of a Top Gun 3 becoming louder by the day thanks to Kosinski's film's popularity, it's likely that they'll play the leads in the sequel, with Cruise may be taking a backseat. 

The fact that Teller and Powell get along so well bodes well for Paramount's future action series, since the two actors may end up working closely together in the years to come. 

Doll Actress Declares Script the Best She's Ever Read

Star of the Barbie film franchise Emma Mackey says the script by Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach is "one of the greatest" she's ever read.

Dressed all in black, Emma Mackey of Sex Education wore a scarf over her black hair, and her inquisitive expression set the tone.

Actress Emma Mackey, who plays Barbie in the film, says the script is the best one she's ever read.
In 2009, Universal began brewing ideas for a film adaptation of the iconic Mattel doll brand Barbie.
There have been rumours over the years that Amy Schumer and Anne Hathaway might star as Barbie.

Nonetheless, Barbie's future was not set in stone until 2019 when the brand was transferred to Warner Bros.
It was rumoured in July of that year that Margot Robbie would play Barbie.
It was also announced that screenwriters Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach would be involved.
Finally, in 2021, it was announced that Gerwig, who had been nominated for an Oscar, would be directing the picture.
Early in 2022, Ryan Gosling was cast as Ken, completing the Barbie cast.

Since the confirmation of Robbie and Gosling as the leads, further cast members have been announced.
Mackey, star of Sex Education, has a secret part in the Barbie movie.
Mackey just spoke with Total Film (via GamesRadar) about the Barbie script, and he had nothing but praise for Gerwig and Baumbach.
She remarked, "It's pretty special," and continued, "It's one of the best scripts all of us have read."

That one of the film's actresses would sing the praises of Gerwig and Baumbach's work on the Barbie storyline is, of course, not unexpected.
After all, Gerwig has been nominated for an Academy Award for her writing twice: in 2018 for Lady Bird and again in 2020 for her adaptation of Little Women.
Both The Squid and the Whale (2006) and Marriage Story (2020) earned Baumbach writing nominations for the Academy Awards.

Having Gerwig and Baumbach receive their third Oscar nomination for creating the screenplay of a film based on a doll line would be very bizarre.
But if you take Mackey at his word, the two authors' efforts on Barbie are admirable enough to merit such high praise.
Of course, facts on the narrative of Barbie are scarce, but it has been established that the story involves numerous Barbies and Kens, suggesting that the film is not a typical attempt to mine expensive IP for the sake of humorous screenplay.
Involvement from Robbie and Gosling alone automatically raises the film's profile above that of your average popcorn flick.
When the movie is out, people will be able to see for themselves whether or not Mackey is correct in her evaluation of Barbie. 

With Tommy Doyle, "Halloween Ends" keeps up a bad trend with OG characters.


Many of the original characters in the latest Halloween trilogy were ruined, but Tommy Doyle may have been hurt the most because he isn't even in Ends. 


Many of the original characters from the Halloween movies were ruined by David Gordon Green's Halloween Ends. Tommy Doyle is a great example. 

Tommy was a key character in Halloween Kills, but he was completely ignored in Ends. This continues the recent trend of original characters from 1978's Halloween having disappointing endings in the H40 trilogy. 

Doyle isn't the only character to have this problem, but he had a great plot that seemed to be forgotten by the next movie. 

In Halloween Kills, Tommy Doyle put together a gang to kill Michael Myers for good. 

Even though it wasn't the best choice, it was a good one. 

But soon after the mob attacks the killer violently, the killer gets back up and attacks them. He stabs Tommy several times, which seems to kill him. 

The mob mentality story in Kills wasn't well done, but Doyle was important to that movie's plot, and he gave his life in the end. 

Yet, he wasn't even mentioned in Halloween Ends. 

It was like the person had never been there. 

Ends wasted people like Lindsey and kept pushing Laurie Strode out of the way by ignoring his death and what it should have meant for the series. 

Even though it was annoying that Tommy Doyle was never mentioned in Halloween Ends, there was also a four-year gap between what happened in Halloween Kills and what happened in Halloween Ends. 

Michael Myers had been gone for a long time, so most people in Haddonfield thought he was gone for good. They probably just wanted to move on with their lives. 

With Corey Cunningham, Ends also wanted to change the focus to a random new character. 

Mentioning Doyle could have worked, but the moviemakers probably wanted to change things up so much that they didn't focus on a story from before. 

How Halloween's ending threw away the characters from the first movies. 


Because the story changed in Halloween Ends, the characters who came back were completely wasted. 

In the same way that Laurie didn't get much screen time in Halloween Kills, Michael Myers didn't get his due until the third act. 

Focusing on a new character like Corey instead of the older ones, like Michael and Laurie, is disrespectful to the legacy of the franchise, since Ends was supposed to wrap up their story. 

When a character like Lindsey, who had a bigger role in Kills, is pushed to the side, it tells the audience that they didn't know what to do with her and only kept her in the movie because she was in Kills. 

It was touching to see Lindsey play a more helpful role, but the last Halloween movie was a great chance to make her character more interesting instead of wasting her. 

Halloween Ends doesn't ruin the legacy characters just by putting them in the background. 

Many of these characters do things that aren't like them. 

Michael Myers' most embarrassing moment was when a young man in his 20s beat him easily. 

Myers is supposed to be almost impossible to stop, and it didn't look like he was even trying to protect himself from Corey. 

On top of that, some of Michael's most brutal deaths are shown in Halloween Kills, and Corey gets the best ones in Michael's last appearance in a Halloween movie. 

The Halloween legacy characters, including Tommy Doyle, deserved a better ending. 

Scream 6’s Opening Kill Scene Surprises Explained By Directors

The minds behind Scream 6's stunning opening sequence, Tyler Gillett and Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, lay it all out.
The opening sequence of each Scream film has served as the franchise's proverbial "moment of truth," establishing the tone for the rest of the film and determining whether or not viewers will stick with the tale.
Scream VI's initial killings for Ghostface in New York City are more violent, gorier, more frightening than in previous films in the series, which typically involve Ghostface's eerie call minutes before murdering the victim.

We first see Laura (Samara Weaving), an associate professor of cinema studies, when she is taken into an alleyway in Manhattan and stabbed to death by Ghostface.
The killer's identity is quickly revealed to be one of Laura's pupils, which comes as a shock (Tony Revolori).
The biggest surprise in the film is when Revolori's character is killed by yet another Ghostface.
All of this happened in the first ten minutes of the film, raising serious doubts and speculation about who may be hiding behind the Ghostface mask.

The movie's new three-person murdering crew is also an intriguing addition.
The Ghostface entity in Scream VI is far more brutal than its predecessors, as demonstrated in the opening sequence. Earlier movies saw either a single individual or a pair of people disguising themselves with the black cloak and mask.
Gillett lauds Revolori, adding that the actor was able to switch from a pleasant to a malevolent appearance in a matter of seconds with just his facial gestures.
The filmmakers have expressed their gratitude to Samara for making even a cameo appearance, citing their desire to work with her again ever since Ready or Not, and noting that she plays a crucial part in the beginning as Ghostface's first victim.

The prologue successfully accomplishes its goal of setting the tone and pace for the remainder of the sequel's running length.
The directors took some risks with the picture, and the result is one of the highest-rated and most financially successful entries in the Scream franchise since the 1996 original.
Despite the lack of an official announcement, Scream VII seems plausible given the positive reception to Scream VI and the directors' enthusiasm for the franchise's comeback. 

Retiring with Reflection: Michael J. Fox's Decision Inspired by "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood"

In a poignant revelation, renowned actor Michael J. Fox opens up about the moment he knew it was time to retire from the spotlight. Reflecting on his journey, he recalls a scene from Quentin Tarantino's film "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood," where Leonardo DiCaprio's character struggles to remember his lines. Fox's recollection of this particular moment resonated deeply with him, prompting him to make the difficult decision to step away from acting.

Michael J. Fox's rise to fame began with his role in the hit television show "Family Ties," which catapulted him to even greater stardom as Marty McFly in the iconic "Back to the Future" trilogy. However, in 1991, at the young age of 29, Fox received a life-altering diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. This progressive neurological condition ultimately led him to retire from acting in 2020, at the age of 58.

In a recent interview conducted by Empire Magazine in anticipation of the release of his new film, "STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie," the actor candidly shares the pivotal moment when he knew it was time to bid farewell to his acting career. While on the set of "The Good Fight," a spinoff of the popular series "The Good Wife," Fox experienced difficulty remembering his lines—a stark contrast to his previous ability to quickly memorize scripts. It was during this struggle that he found himself recalling a scene from "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood." The scene in question features DiCaprio's character, who, unable to recall his lines, retreats to his dressing room and unleashes a torrent of frustration upon himself in front of a mirror. Fox describes the moment of introspection as "peaceful," ultimately solidifying his decision to retire. 

 Despite bidding farewell to the craft that brought him immense fame and recognition, Fox reflects on the remarkable journey he embarked upon as an actor. Throughout his career, he amassed an impressive array of accolades, including five Emmys, four Golden Globes, and an honorary Oscar. During the interview, conducted via Zoom, Fox proudly gestures to these awards, remarking, "I feel some pride in my accomplishment." 
Following his breakthrough role in "Back to the Future," Fox continued to grace the small screen with several more seasons of "Family Ties," which concluded in 1989. Concurrently, he reprised his role as Marty McFly in "Back to the Future Part II" (1989) and "Back to the Future Part III" (1990). After bidding farewell to the beloved character, Fox appeared in various movies such as "The Hard Way," "Doc Hollywood," "Life with Mikey," "For Love or Money," and "Stuart Little," among others.

In the mid-2000s, Fox gradually scaled back his acting commitments, taking on fewer roles while maintaining a significant presence in the realm of television. He made appearances in shows like "Scrubs" and "Boston Legal" before starring in "The Michael J. Fox Show." Additionally, his unmistakable voice lent itself to frequent voice acting endeavors. Although his battle with Parkinson's disease necessitated his early retirement from acting, Fox's illustrious career in television and film remains a testament to his talent and perseverance.

As Michael J. Fox embarks on a new chapter of his life, he leaves behind a rich legacy, characterized by his remarkable contributions to the entertainment industry. While his decision to retire was undoubtedly difficult, it was a moment of self-reflection, inspired by a scene in "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood," that solidified his choice. 

Hailee Steinfeld Shares Excitement and Uncertainty for Her Future as Kate Bishop in the Young Avengers

After her remarkable debut as Kate Bishop in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's "Hawkeye," Hailee Steinfeld opens up about what lies ahead for her character and the potential Young Avengers team.

Having joined the MCU in Phase 4 as Kate, a significant new hero who carries on the Hawkeye legacy alongside Clint Barton, Steinfeld and her on-screen partner have not been seen in the MCU since their Disney+ series. Meanwhile, other Young Avengers have been making their way into the franchise, leaving fans curious about the payoff for the setup.

During a recent interview with the Happy, Sad, Confused podcast, the talented actress was asked about the plans for the Young Avengers, and Steinfeld admits that even she is unsure of what's in store for her character:

While Marvel Studios hasn't officially announced a Young Avengers project, it's not hard to imagine that Kate and the next-generation heroes of the MCU will eventually join forces. It's possible that the studio wants to continue developing these newer heroes individually before bringing them together as one of Marvel's most beloved teams. This raises the question of where Kate might reappear next, whether it be in a film or another series within the MCU.

Unless Steinfeld has secretly filmed something she cannot disclose, fans may have to wait until Phase 6 to see Kate again. It wouldn't be surprising if her next appearance is in either "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty" or "Avengers: Secret Wars," considering the grand scale of these upcoming Avengers films. It seems logical for Kate to stand alongside the rest of the MCU heroes in such monumental productions.

Given the overwhelmingly positive response to Kate's introduction in the MCU, it is genuinely surprising that she hasn't appeared in any other projects since her debut in "Hawkeye" back in 2021. Her journey is just beginning, and fans eagerly anticipate witnessing Kate's story unfold in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, while also inching closer to the long-awaited union of the Young Avengers in live-action. 

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