Saturday Night Live airs a sketch in which Julian Assange meets Lori Loughlin in prison. Michael Keaton and Kate McKinnon star in the cold open clip.
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Netflix releases the Blumhouse horror film Thriller. The South Central-set slasher examines the deadly consequences of a prank gone wrong.
HBO casts Lena Waithe for Westworld season 3. In recent years, Waithe created the Showtime series The Chi, and won an Emmy Award for Masters of None.
Universal sets new release dates for Sing 2 and The Croods 2. In July 2021, Sing 2 will premiere, while The Croods 2 will release in December 2020.
Cary Fukunaga and Nicole Kassell will adapt The Last of the Mohicans for TV. Recently, Kassell has directed Westworld, Castle Rock, and Watchmen.
Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing returns to acting after a tax evasion scandal. She's part of an all-star, all-female cast for Simon Kinberg's 355.
HBO renews the dark comedy Barry for season 3. Created by Alec Berg and Bill Hader, Barry follows a hitman hoping to jumpstart an acting career.
Netflix releases a Lucifer season 4 teaser video and confirms a May 8 release date. The Devil-themed series originally aired on Fox for three seasons.
Netflix releases a trailer for Chambers. Uma Thurman stars in the horror series, along with Apache/Puerto Rican actress Sivan Alyra Rose.
Disney moves the upcoming High Fidelity TV show from Disney+ to Hulu, reportedly so the series can align with the intended target demographic.
Netflix is in talks to acquire a Hollywood landmark, the Egyptian Theatre, potentially moving into the realm of brick and mortar movie theaters.
Office supplier Viking Direct builds a paper dragon to honor Game of Thrones' final season, enlisting artist Andy Singleton to bring it to life.
Netflix releases the Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé trailer, confirming an April 17 premiere date for the doc exploring her 2018 Coachella performance.
A new Dark Phoenix TV spot shows Jean Grey threatening Magneto. In the upcoming X-Men film, Sophie Turner stars as the conflicted title character.