Seth Gordon To Direct NBC’s ‘Lincoln’ Pilot Based On ‘The Bone Collector’ Books

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Prolific film and TV helmer Seth Gordon has been tapped to direct and executive produce NBC’s Lincoln (fka The Bone Collector) pilot, a drama based on the bestselling book series by Jeffery Deaver which had been previously adapted into the 1999 m…

‘King of Kong’s’ Steve Wiebe Speaks Out After High Score Controversy (EXCLUSIVE)

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Seth Gordon’s Exhibit A Names Julia Gunn Head Of TV Development & Production

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Prolific director-producer Seth Gordon has brought in Julia Gunn to run his Exhibit A Film company, which recently renewed its overall deal at Sony Pictures TV where Gordon has been based for the past seven years.
Gunn moves to Exhibit A from Jamie Vanderbilt’s Mythology Entertainment where she ran the TV division. Gunn, who will serve as Exhibit A’s Head of TV Development and Production, has a long track record in television, having previously shepherded such series as Da…

CBS Developing ‘True Conviction’ Drama Based On Documentary From Tribeca, Seth Gordon & Erica Shelton Kodish

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The Seth Gordon-produced documentary True Conviction, which premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, is being adapted for television.
CBS is developing drama True Conviction based on the well-received documentary, from Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal’s Tribeca Productions, The Goldbergs executive producer Gordon and Being Mary Jane’s former executive producer/showrunner Erica Shelton Kodish and co-executive producer Angel Dean Lopez. CBS Television Studios and Sony…

‘Pirates of the Caribbean 5’ Sets Sail With $5.5 Million at Thursday Box Office

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“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” set sail with an impressive $5.5 million at the Thursday previews.

In comparison, 2011’s “On Stranger Tides” earned $4.7 million from midnight showings and went on to earn $90.2 million its opening weekend. “At World’s End” earned a whopping $13.2 million at previews in 2007, making $114.7 million its opening weekend. The “Pirates 5” Thursday number is also ahead of the $4.2 million preview grosses for “The Jungle Book” and “Maleficent.”

“On Stranger Tides” didn’t open on Memorial Day Weekend six years ago but instead debuted one week before. “At World’s End” was released on MDW in 2007.

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The fifth film in the franchise is set to earn a four-day total of $82 million to $85 million, according to independent trackers, with Disney estimating $80 million against a reported budget of $230 million.

“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” sees Johnny Depp reunite with original cast members Orlando Bloom and Geoffrey Rush, along with newcomers Kaya Scodelario and Brendon Thwaites, as Jack Sparrow sets out on a quest to find the Trident of Poseidon while being hunted by Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) and his crew of pirate killers. The film is written by Jeff Nathanson and directed by Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg (“Kon-Tiki”), with Jerry Bruckheimer producing.

Internationally, the film is off to a great start as well. It has earned $34.5 million through Thursday, and its opening day ranks among the top debuts of the year in several markets including Germany, Austria, France, Finland, Sweden and Belgium. It was the biggest opening day ever in the Ukraine.

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“Pirates 5” currently holds a score of 39 percent on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s “Baywatch” earned $4.5 million on Thursday from 3,547 theaters, which includes $1.25 million from Wednesday night previews. Pre-release tracking had suggested the comedy also starring Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario, Priyanka Chopra and Kelly Rohrbach would make $40 million over the five-day holiday weekend. Paramount projected a more conservative opening in the low 30s.

These numbers came out before scathing reviews of Seth Gordon‘s remake hit the internet, with the film receiving a 19 percent RT score. It received a CinemaScore of B+.

“Baywatch,” based on the cult TV series from the 90s, cost somewhere in the high $60 million range and won’t debut overseas until June 2.

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‘Baywatch’ Trailer Retooled to Look Like Original Intro for 90s TV Series (Exclusive Video)

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Watch parts of the “Baywatch” movie trailers spliced together to look like the original opening sequence from the famous 1990’s TV series in an exclusive video obtained by TheWrap.

The design staff at took clips from several of the “Baywatch” movie trailers and edited them into the same format as the 90s television opening credits, complete with bad WordArt and the classic theme song.

The original TV series ran from 1989 to 2001 and quickly become a cult phenomenon. The series starred David Hasselhoff, Pamela Anderson, Michael Newman, Jeremy Jackson and Chris Fiore. The long-running show followed the adventures of a team of lifeguards as Mitch Buchannon (Hasselhoff) watched over the younger lifeguards.

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16 years later, “Baywatch” heads to the big screen with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Mitch. Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario, Jon Bass and Kelly Rohrbach also starred in the remake, hitting theaters on Thursday.

The “Baywatch” movie was directed by Seth Gordon, known for “Horrible Bosses” and “Identity Thief.”

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Alexandra Daddario Joined ‘Baywatch’ for the Penis-Stuck-in-a-Chair Scene (Exclusive Video)

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Alexandra Daddario wanted to star in the “Baywatch” movie after reading one scene in the script — and it involved Jon Bass’ penis and a chair.

“The moment I read this scene in the script I was like, ‘I want to fight to be in this movie,’” Daddario told Beatrice Verhoeven in an interview at TheWrap Studios. “It’s early on in the script, it’s the scene where Ronnie — Jon Bass — gets his dick stuck in an object, and the way I pictured that scene in my mind, it’s even better on screen … He gets his dick stuck in a chair and he can’t get it down so he can get it out and you have Kelly’s [Rohrbach] boobs in his face and they are the most beautiful boobs ever so that’s obviously not going to work and it just goes on and on and it’s just so funny. It was even better on screen that I had pictured it and that scene epitomizes what that movie is.”

Daddario stars alongside Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Zac Efron, Ilfenesh Hadera, Bass and Rohrbach in the movie based on the hit TV series that ran from 1989 to 2001 and starred David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson.

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“It’s cool to be part of something everyone knows … and it’s really cool to be a Baywatch babe — it’s a really iconic role to play. It’s like being a superhero in a weird way,” she added. “I think it was important to bring in elements from the original series and sort of playfully poke fun at them and sort of what ‘Baywatch’ was. Because it was this incredible phenomenon that took itself really really seriously but there’s so much  humor in that and it was just one of those shows that did that perfectly and I think this movie plays it up and then adds raunchiness and elevates the world that ‘Baywatch’ was.”

Daddario plays Summer, a girl who gets accepted into the lifeguard training program, led by Mitch Buchannon (Johnson). The team must uncover a local criminal plot that threatens the Bay. But if there would be another remake of the original series, Daddario would have her eyes set on a bigger (literally, in every sense of the word) character.

“It would be Mitch!” she said, laughing. “He’s the ultimate bad a–, takes his job the most serious of everyone and he almost has supernatural powers as a lifeguard — he’s the ultimate lifeguard. But no one can play Mitch except for David Hasselhoff and Dwayne.”

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“Baywatch,” directed by Seth Gordon, hits theaters on Thursday, just in time for the start of summer.

“You should go see ‘Baywatch’ for a variety of reasons — for the titties, obviously, but also for The Rock, Zac Efron’s abs, The Rock’s abs, and it’s just a really fun, hilarious action-packed movie. It’s exactly what I think we need right now.”

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‘Baywatch’ Gets Drowned by Critics: ‘Not Even Dwayne Johnson Can Save It’

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Not even the presence of frontman Dwayne Johnson could save “Baywatch” from getting panned by critics.

Seth Gordon’s R-Rated comedy, which is based on the hit ’90s TV series of the same name and stars The Rock as David Hasselhoff’s Mitch Buchannon, has an 11 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes after early reviews came in on Tuesday. Reviewers singled out the film’s weak humor as a particular point of criticism while also noting that the movie seems to completely ignore what made “Baywatch” a hit.

TheWrap’s Alonso Duralde also noted that the film’s raunchy jokes clashed with its attempts to establish a coming-of-age arc for Zac Efron’s character, Matt Brody, a disgraced Olympic swimmer who joins Buchannon’s lifeguard team when his career options run dry.

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“Six people collaborated on a screenplay that offers less than one laugh per writer, and the tone shifts are jarring,” wrote Duralde. “One minute Buchannon is forcing Brody to check a corpse’s very intimate areas for evidence of heroin injection — a slapstick set-up from which Gordon mines no comedy — and then the next we’re supposed to care about Brody growing up or about the drug subplot.”

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Stephen Whitty, Newark Star-Ledger
“Given a chance Efron can be very funny, but half-a-chance is all this film seems able to manage. Director Seth Gordon – who created some laughs in ‘Horrible Bosses,’ far fewer in ‘Identity Thief’ – doesn’t seem to know how to build a joke, and is afraid of taking on cliches. A promising idea – the central idiocy of a lifeguard who thinks he’s a cop – is never developed, and jabs at the old show are limited to a few slo-motion gags.”

Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly
“Back in 1995, ‘The Brady Bunch Movie’ showed that there was a clever, postmodern way to turn our mothballed childhood memories into irreverent satire. But with the exception of ’21 Jump Street’, Hollywood seems to be beyond the point of putting any effort into these things. Aside from some mild laughs that come from the alpha-dog friction between Johnson and Efron, Damian Shannon and Mark Swift’s script is a lazy barrage of sad-trombone product-placement gags and red-band boobs-and-boners jokes. Perhaps even more depressing is the realization that this current retread plague won’t be ending anytime soon.”

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Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist
“‘Baywatch’ is surprisingly sloppy, even for a silly action comedy of this mild caliber. Much of the editing feels shoddily cut together and the CGI veers from noticeably cheap (characters on a boat with clear green screen behind them) to laughably bad (a boat on fire and the cast tearing through it to save lives is hysterically awful). Cinematically, the film is often visually incoherent in its action. But most of the movie’s well-considered camera blocking centers around finding ways to perfectly frame Kelly Rohrbach’s enormous cleavage and the gratuitous slow-motion shots highlighting breasts that seem to defy gravity.”

Gav Murphy, IGN
“In previous comedies, such as the ‘Neighbors’ movies, we’ve seen Efron play his beautifully sculpted type with slightly more nuance, whereas here he acts exactly like you’d expect an irredeemable buff bro stereotype would: he’s egotistical, brash, and ends up just being annoying. There’s also a crazy change in his character halfway through the movie when he becomes super-dumb out of nowhere and fails to understand basic human concepts.”

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‘Baywatch’ Review: Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron Sink in the Shallows

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We have come to think of Dwayne Johnson — former pro wrestler, action star with a sense of humor, Disney animated singer, just-kidding-maybe presidential candidate and self-described “franchise Viagra” — as the movie star this generations needs, and for the most part, he is. But as the saying goes, he can heal the sick but not raise the dead.

And make no mistake: “Baywatch” is dead on arrival.

A summer franchise movie that can’t decide if it wants to be a hard-R bawdy comedy, a d-bag-comes-of-age tale or a fairly unironic reboot of the glossy TV show (which ran from 1989-2001), “Baywatch” fails at all three, despite the best efforts of the perennially game Johnson and Zac Efron, two performers who have subverted audiences’ assumptions about their limitations and have emerged as solid comic actors. It’s too bad they’re saddled with a film that somehow manages to fail to live up to the low expectations one would have of a movie called “Baywatch.”

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Efron plays Olympic swimmer Matt Brody — and if any movie shouldn’t be allowed to whip out a “Jaws” reference, it’s this one — a two-time gold medalist who’s become a national joke (think Ryan Lochte); he excelled on his own but got drunk the night before the relay and barfed in the pool. Out of options, he’s accepted the invitation of Captain Thorpe (Rob Huebel) to become a lifeguard at Emerald Bay.

But Brody won’t be assigned his whistle until he meets the approval of Baywatch chief Mitch Buchannon (Johnson); the two have the standard brash-rookie-loner vs. seasoned-team-player conflicts, but Brody does make the team, alongside the very competent Summer (Alexandra Daddario, who played Johnson’s daughter in “San Andreas”) and the nerdy Ronnie (Jon Bass), who has a seemingly hopeless crush on blonde lifeguard CJ (Kelly Rohrbach).

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Meanwhile, the wealthy and treacherous Victoria (Priyanka Chopra, “Quantico”) is buying up all the bayside property with nefarious intent, and Buchannon is out to stop her drug-smuggling operations. Rescues, redemptions, romances and slo-mo running toward the camera ensue.

Oh, that any of this were any fun at all. Director Seth Gordon once made a charming documentary (“The King of Kong,” referenced here via Ronny’s Donkey Kong T-shirt) before Hollywood plugged him into a string of lifeless and mostly laugh-less comedies: “Four Christmases,” “Horrible Bosses,” “Identity Thief,” and now “Baywatch.” What do these movies have in common? For one thing, Gordon hasn’t written any of them. For another, they’re all scattershot and generic, edging close to being outrageous or controversial or blistering and dark, but all choosing instead to creep back to formulaic blandness by the third act. The filmmaker’s role in all of them seems to be more about directing traffic than creating a consistent tone.

Six people collaborated on a screenplay that offers less than one laugh per writer, and the tone shifts are jarring; one minute Buchannon is forcing Brody to check a corpse’s very intimate areas for evidence of heroin injection — a slapstick set-up from which Gordon mines no comedy — and then the next we’re supposed to care about Brody growing up or about the drug subplot.

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The cast feels mostly adrift — Daddario, Rohrbach and the striking Ilfenesh Hadera (“Billions”) get very little to do as the female lifeguards, while Bass comes off mostly as a very poor man’s Jonah Hill. And if the talented Chopra also has comic chops, they remain untapped here; she’s playing a character who describes herself as aspiring to being a 007 villain, but the actress finds no fun in Victoria’s wickedness. Of course, if professional funny people like Huebel and Hannibal Buress can’t get any laughs here either, then the problems here run far deeper.

If nothing else, “Baywatch,” the TV series, exported the bright California sunshine to a world market; “Baywatch,” the movie, on the other hand, often looks sickly, whether from an excess of obvious green-screen or the hazy cinematography by Eric Steelberg (“Men, Women & Children”); Florida beaches haven’t looked this overcast since “From Justin to Kelly.”

Let us hope that “CHIPS” and “Baywatch” will teach studios that the lightning of “21 Jump Street” is unlikely to strike twice, and that turning a dopey old TV action show into a comedy is much easier conceived than done. Even if you put Dwayne Johnson in trunks.

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson premiered “Baywatch” footage at the annual CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas, calling the cast the “Avengers of the Beach.”

In the clip labeled “Fuchsia” band with the caption “FU — F—in’ unbelievable: pervasive hotness, comedy and action,” we see more of Zac Efron‘s swimming capabilities, described as if a “jetski f—s a human.”

There is also an extended look at the scene in which Alexandra Daddario, Johnson and Efron are in the morgue, where former “High School Musical” hunk is forced to check a dead man’s private parts for needle marks  — much to the enjoyment of his co-stars.

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Ultimately, Efron, who plays an Olympic swimmer-esque character named Brody, seems to be the punching bag in this movie, which Johnson hopes will be “the greatest comedy of all time.” There’s lots of singing and running in slow motion, and Daddario catches Efron staring at her breasts … not once but three times.

And yes, Efron’s famous beach tumble that inspired memes in August is back in this fuchsia trailer. Only now, it’s in complete slow motion, which had the entire audience at the convention in tears from laughter.

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Directed by Seth Gordon, “Baywatch” also stars Priyanka Chopra, Jon Bass, Kelly Rohrbach and Ilfenesh Hadera.

Johnson introduced the cast of “Baywatch” on Tuesday with dozens of sexy men and women dressed in red swimsuits dancing on stage. Then, he asked the cast members what it meant for them to be in “Baywatch,” but Johnson didn’t really want to hear Efron’s answer and promptly cut him off — all in good humor, of course.

“Baywatch” dives into theaters on May 26.

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Paramount Pictures dropped a new trailer for summer blockbuster “Baywatch” on Wednesday, and this one gives the best glimpse yet of the maturation of its IP. The movie version’s language alone clearly makes the big-screen version of the lifeguard action-drama even less for the kids than David Hasselhoff’s beach-babe vehicle.

In the first 30 seconds of this teaser alone, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Mitch Buchanan brags to a sand artist about his “big d–k”; shortly thereafter, he calls Zac Efron’s Matt Brody a “p—y.”

Oh, and the whole thing opens with the still-occasional WWE Superstar shooting down a helicopter with a bazooka. Because, you know, lifeguarding.

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Not to be outdone, Efron labels a female swimmer he’s trying to save “a d–k,” declares “Jason Bourne ain’t got sh– on me!” at another point, and even has liquid fat from a dead cadaver drip into his mouth during a particularly gross morgue scene.

Directed by Seth Gordon, “Baywatch” also stars Priyanka Chopra, Alexandra Daddario, Jon Bass, Kelly Rohrbach and Ilfenesh Hadera.

Watch the video above, and catch “Baywatch” when it dives into theaters on May 26.

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‘The Goldbergs’ Spinoff Picked Up as Pilot by ABC

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ABC has ordered a pilot for Adam F. Goldberg’s ’90s-set spinoff of his hit sitcom “The Goldbergs,” the network announced Thursday.

The new single-camera series follows two Philadelphia high school teachers who become unlikely father figures to their students.

Goldberg wrote the script alongside “The Goldbergs” executive producer Marc Firek, who will also serve as an EP on the new series.

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Doug Robinson and Seth Gordon of Happy Madison Productions will also serve as executive producers.

There is not cast attached at this point.

ABC has found reliable performers in its comedy series in recent seasons, including “The Goldbergs,” which leads a Wednesday night comedy block at 8 p.m. ET.

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Seth Gordon Producing Ben Wexler Multi-Generational Comedy At ABC From Sony

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Netflix Greenlights ‘Atypical’ Series From ‘The Goldbergs’ Duo; Jennifer Jason Leigh, Keir Gilchrist & Michael Rapaport To Star

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Netflix has given a formal series green light to Atypical (formerly known as Antarctica), a coming-of-age comedy series from The Goldbergs writer/co-executive producer Robia Rashid and director/executive producer Seth GordonJennifer Jason Leigh (Hateful Eight), Keir Gilchrist (It’s Kind Of A Funny Story) and Michael Rapaport (Justified) attached to star. The series, from Sony Pictures TV, will begin production in Los Angeles later this year.
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