1 Dead, 4 Injured in Stabbing Attack and Police Shooting Near CNN’s Hollywood Building

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One person was killed and four others were injured in a stabbing and a police shooting on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood on Tuesday afternoon, TheWrap has learned.

Officers responded to a call about a stabbing that came in at 1:58 p.m. from the area near CNN’s building in Hollywood, Los Angeles Fire Department spokesperson Margaret Stewart told TheWrap.

Three victims have been treated for stab wounds, and the fourth refused medical treatment. Two of the victims are in critical conditions.

According to the Los Angeles Police Department, police shot and killed the man suspected of committing the stabbings inside a Jack-in-the-Box restaurant on Sunset Boulevard. He has not yet been identified.

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The incident took place on Sunset Boulevard, near the CNN building. CNN reporter Maeve Reston tweeted on Tuesday afternoon that a man “ran down Sunset Blvd. trying to stab people.”

A witness described the incident in an interview with KTLA.

“Two [officers] just jet into the side door of the Jack in the Box, guns drawn, and we hear ‘pop, pop, pop,’” the witness said. “We don’t know what happened inside the Jack in the Box at all.”

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Just that kind of day where some guy was reportedly walking down street stabbing people outside your office, then was reportedly shot by PD

— Maeve Reston (@MaeveReston) January 31, 2017

For people in LA, alleged stabbing/shooting took place near Jack-in-the-box at Cahuenga & Sunset (across from CNN tower). So avoid the area

— Maeve Reston (@MaeveReston) January 31, 2017

.@ReporterClaudia Just saw someone being rolled out of Jack-in-the-Box on the stretcher. Could be the alleged stabbing suspect. (Uncovered)

— Maeve Reston (@MaeveReston) January 31, 2017

B4 Hollywood stabbing suspect shot, tried to come into our fave coffee place w/ his knife, but customer held glass door shut, blocking him

— Maeve Reston (@MaeveReston) January 31, 2017

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Creepy Camping Thriller ‘Killing Ground’ Reflects Filmmaker’s Own Fears (Video)

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For Australian director Damien Power, “Killing Ground” all started with an orange tent “in the bush.” He wondered, “What happened to the people in the tent?”

The story for Power’s debut thriller grew from there, ultimately debuting at Sundance at a midnight screening. It’s a thriller about a couple who come across an abandoned tent in the woods and a lost toddler, with their fortunes souring.

“I like thrillers, because you have ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, and the stakes are high. There’s nothing quite like that buzz when you’re in the cinema,” Power told TheWrap CEO Sharon Waxman. “You can feel everyone sinking into that journey. Then there’s a pivotal moment and change, where you can hear the gasps and oh nos, and from then on it gets increasingly vocal.”

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“Killing Ground” recalls ’70s survival thrillers like “Deliverance” and “Straw Dogs.” The film stars Aaron Pedersen, Ian Meadows, Harriet Dyer, Aaron Glenane and was recently acquired by IFC Midnight. The film was produced by Joe Weatherstone & Lisa Shaunessy.

“Once you’re out there in that wilderness so far from civilization, you feel completely alone and the rules don’t apply,” Power said. “In a big way, the film is about my fears as a parent for my kids. Would I be able to protect them if we were under threat?”

Watch the full interview in the video above.

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‘This Is Us’ Star Milo Ventimiglia Previews ‘a Lot of Cool Stuff Coming’ (Exclusive Video)

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“This Is Us” has so many twists and turns that even its cast can get caught off guard when watching an episode.

“We get so far ahead that I forget what we filmed,” Milo Ventimiglia, who plays Pearson patriarch Jack, tells TheWrap’s Stuart Brazell. “We just wrapped [episode] 15, so I had to be reminded of what we had for 11, 12, 13 and 14. It’s like that immediate [thing where] you just focus on the job in front of you.”

He added with an eyebrow raised in excitement: “There’s a lot of cool stuff coming.”

Jack’s character is dead in the present day timeline of the show, but Ventimiglia shared his thoughts on how he might be present for his daughter Kate (Chrissy Metz) if she married fiance Toby (Chris Sullivan).

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“Jack will be there in the front row with a Steelers beanie, in an urn,” the actor joked. “Likely what it will probably come to is Jack talking to a younger Kate, about something related to her… Who knows? I don’t know.”

Watch more from our interview with Ventimiglia in the video above.

“This Is Us” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.

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Menendez Brothers Movie Starring Courtney Love Ordered by Lifetime

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Lifetime has ordered a movie about the Menendez Brothers case with Courtney Love set to star, TheWrap has learned.

Written by Abdi Nazemian, the film will be directed by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato. Love is attached to star the brothers’ mother Kitty Menendez. Casting is currently underway for Lyle, Erik and the boys’ father Jose.

Based on the true story, the movie explores the inner lives and motivation behind the murders of entertainment executive Jose Menendez and his wife Kitty at the hands of their sons Lyle and Erik in 1989. The movie’s focus will reveal the extreme abuse the brothers endured at their father’s hands, while their mother looked the other way.

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The Menendez brothers’ case is just the latest trend in true-crime TV programming following waves of shows examining the O.J. Simpson trial and the murder of pageant queen JonBenet Ramsay.

Earlier this month, ABC debuted the two-hour special  “Truth and Lies: The Menendez Brothers,” which was watched by more than 7 million people. NBC is also set to dramatize the case in an upcoming entry in the “Law & Order” franchise from “Criminal Intent” creator and showrunner Rene Balcer.

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Pirate of the Cabernet? Johnny Depp Had $30K Monthly Wine Habit, Ex-Managers Claim

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Johnny Depp’s former managers have fired back at the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star after he sued them for fraud, filing their own cross-complaint accusing Depp of living “an ultra-extravagant lifestyle” that he “simply could not afford.”

“[T]hroughout the entire 17-year period that TMG represented Depp, Depp lived an ultra-extravagant lifestyle that knowingly cost Depp in excess of $2 million per month to maintain, which he simply could not afford,” the cross-complaint filed by The Mandel Group, Joel Mandel and Robert Mandel on Tuesday, reads.

Among the ill-considered extravagances alleged in the cross-complaint: Spending $75 million on 14 residences throughout the world; dropping more than $18 million to buy and renovate a 150-foot yacht; and spending $30,000 a month on “expensive wine that [Depp] had flown to him around the world for his personal consumption.”

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“In addition to the above, throughout the years, Depp supported his friends, family and certain employees at a cost of over $10 million,” the cross-complaint, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, claims.

The new legal paper claim that The Mandel Group “regularly and repeatedly advised and warned Depp … that Depp’s wanton spending could not be maintained and jeopardized his financial future.”

When faced with the warnings, the cross-complaint alleges, Depp “often responded by rebuking and cursing his business managers for issuing such warnings and advice, while increasing his extravagant lifestyle and spending, and demanding that his business managers find some way to pay for it all.”

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After Depp’s spending caught up with him, the papers allege, Depp fired the management firm “with no notice of any kind” and refused to pay the company back on a $5 million loan.

“Johnny Depp alone was solely responsible for his extravagant spending. Over 17 years, The Management Group (TMG) did everything possible to protect the actor from himself. In fact, when Depp’s bank demanded repayment of a multi-million-dollar loan and Depp didn’t have the money, the company loaned it to him so that he would avoid a humiliating financial crisis,” a statement from The Management Group provided to TheWrap reads. “Over 30 years, TMG has never been sued by a client. The only reason Depp filed this lawsuit was to interfere with TMG’s ongoing efforts to be repaid on the loan they had made to bail him out. TMG worked day and night to professionally manage Depp’s business affairs, adhering to the highest standards.”

Depp sued The Management Group earlier this month, accusing his former managers of “self-dealing and gross misconduct.” Among the misdeeds that Depp, who is seeking $25 million, alleges:  Taking a 5 percent commission of the actor’s income, “in some cases regardless of whether Mr. Depp actually received any income himself or not” — a commission that was “exorbitant, excessive, and far outstripped the actual value of services TMG would be performing for Mr. Depp.”

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The cross-complaint filed Monday calls Depp’s claims “absurd and untrue.”

Alleging breach of oral contract, breach of written contract and other counts, the countersuit is seeking unspecified damages.

Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.


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‘Rings’ to Creep Up on ‘Split,’ ‘Hidden Figures’ at Super Bowl Weekend Box Office

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“Rings” is threatening to take down box office holdovers “Split” and “Hidden Figures” this weekend. But the horror title is not a sure bet for No. 1 as all three movies are poised to pull in roughly $14 million, according to box office analysts.

Paramount is more conservative with its estimate for “Rings,” putting the scary movie in the $10 million to $12 million range. Playing in roughly 3,000 locations, the film stars Matilda Lutz, Alex Roe, Johnny Galecki, Aimee Teegarden, Bonnie Morgan and Vincent D’Onofrio. “The Ring” sequel was produced for $25 million.

Javier Gutierrez directed the film about a young woman who tries to save her boyfriend who watched a mysterious video tape that promises to kill the watcher seven days after they watch it.

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Night Shyamalan’s “Split” has been a strong holdover at the box office since it debuted to $40 million two weeks ago. So far, the movie has grossed $77.4 million on a $9 million budget. It also made a stellar $25.7 million last weekend, blowing past newcomers “A Dog’s Purpose” and “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.”

Fox and Chernin Entertainment’s “Hidden Figures” has exceeded all expectations since its wide release on Jan. 6, when it debuted to $22.8 million. Since then, it has crossed the $100 million domestic benchmark and is expected to keep going strong since its Oscar nomination and SAG Award win.

STX Entertainment’s “The Space Between Us” is looking at a softer opening of $11 million this weekend. The romantic sci-fi film starring Asa Butterfield, Britt Robertson and Gary Oldman was will play in 2,812 locations.

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The studio is anticipating a range from $8 million to $19 million for the film directed by Peter Chelsom. The film’s production budget was roughly $30 million.

Set in the near future, a boy living on Mars starts a friendship with a girl living on Earth. When he turns 16, he has the opportunity to go visit her but realizes his organs cannot survive Earth’s atmosphere.

The weekend’s box office is going to be quiet given the Super Bowl LI, which is expected to draw away audiences from theaters — in spite of widespread threats of boycotts from football fans. But sit tight for next weekend. It’ll be a big one, with the openings of “Fifty Shades Darker,” “The Lego Batman Movie” and “John Wick 2.”

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Lucy Hale to Star in CW Pilot ‘Life Sentence’

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The CW has ordered two new pilots, Lucy Hale-led dramedy “Life Sentence” and “Insatiable” from “Dexter” producer Lauren Gussis.

“Life Sentence” follows a young woman diagnosed with terminal cancer, who finds out that she’s not dying after all, forcing her to learn to live with the choices she made when she decided to “live like she was dying.”

Erin Cardillo and Richard Keith are writing and executive producing the pilot, with Bill Lawrence and Jeff Ingold also serving as EPs. The project hails from Doozer Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.

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“Insatiable” follows a disgraced, dissatisfied civil lawyer-turned-beauty pageant coach who takes on a vengeful, bullied teenager as his client, with no idea what he’s about to unleash upon the world.

Gussis writes and executive produces, with Ryan Seacrest and Nina Wass acting as EPs through Ryan Seacrest Productions, along with Todd Hoffman and Dennis Kim through Storied Media Group.

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These new orders brings The CW’s pilot orders this season to 4. “Life Sentence” and “Insatiable” join the previously ordered “Dynasty” reboot and “Searchers,” from “The 100” showrunner Jason Rothenberg and Greg Berlanti.

Hale previously starred on The CW’s “Privileged.”

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Nicole Kidman in Early Talks to Play Aquaman’s Mom in ‘Aquaman’

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Nicole Kidman is in early talks to play Aquaman’s mother in “Aquaman,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

James Wan is directing the movie, which features Jason Momoa in the title role. Momoa first appeared as Aquaman in Warner Bros.’ “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice.”

“Aquaman” also features Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson and Willem Dafoe, who plays Aquaman’s adviser, Dr. Vulko. Momoa and Heard, who plays his love interest, will appear in November’s “Justice League” alongside Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Henry Cavill in November of next year. Warner Bros.’ DC imprint is also releasing “Wonder Woman,” starring Gadot, in May.

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“Gangster Squad” screenwriter Will Beal is writing the screenplay for “Aquaman” based off a treatment by Geoff Johns and Wan. Geoff Johns, Jon Berg, Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder are producing the film.

Kidman was recently nominated for an Oscar for her role in “Lion,” also starring Dev Patel. She will next star in the HBO series, “Big Little Lies,” alongside Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley, and is in production for “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” and “The Beguiled.”

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She is represented by CAA, Media Talent Group and Shanahan Management.

“Aquaman” is set to hit theaters on Oct. 5, 2018.


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Warner Bros Hones In on Actor for Villain Black Manta in ‘Aquaman’

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Warner Bros. is in early talks with “The Get Down” star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II to play Black Manta in its upcoming DC Comics film “Aquaman,” TheWrap has learned.

James Wan is directing the movie, which features Jason Momoa in the title role. Momoa first appeared as Aquaman in Warner Bros.’ “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice,” and reprises the role in this year’s “Justice League.”

Aquaman also features Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson and Willem Dafoe, who plays Aquaman’s adviser, Dr. Vulko. Momoa and Heard, who plays his love interest, will appear in November’s “Justice League” alongside Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Henry Cavill in November of next year. Warner Bros.’ DC imprint is also releasing “Wonder Woman,” starring Gadot, in May.

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“Gangster Squad” screenwriter Will Beal is writing the screenplay for “Aquaman” based off a treatment by Geoff Johns and Wan. Geoff Johns, Jon Berg, Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder are producing the film.

Abdul-Mateen was a finalist to play young Lando Calrissian in the Han Solo “Star Wars” spinoff, a role that eventually went to “Atlanta” star Donald Glover. His next role is in Paramount’s “Baywatch” along with Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach and Priyanka Chopra.

“Aquaman” is set to hit theaters on Oct. 5, 2018.

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Lady Gaga Gets Dragged Into Kesha’s Legal Drama With Dr. Luke

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Record producer Dr. Luke isn’t done sparring with Kesha in the court system — and this time he’s dragging Lady Gaga into the litigious mix.

Dr. Luke — real name Lukasz Gottwald — has filed new paperwork in his ongoing lawsuit against “Tik Tok” singer Kesha, claiming that his former protege and her mother “embarked on a vicious campaign to destroy” him.

“[C]ontrary to the statements put out by Kesha’s sophisticated PR operation, it
is Kesha and her team — and not Gottwald — who are the bullies here,” the new paperwork, filed Monday in New York, reads. “As set forth in detail
herein, they have engaged in a vicious campaign of social media and other harassment and have cunningly circulated vile falsehoods about Gottwald, with the specific and admitted intent of destroying him.”

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Among the accusations by Gottwald, who’s seeking to add a defamation count to his complaint against Kesha: That she sent a text message to fellow singer Lady Gaga in February 2016, falsely alleging that Gottwald had raped Kesha and another recording artist.

“Kesha’s assertions to Lady Gaga were completely false,” the proposed amended complaint filed by Dr. Luke’s legal team reads. “Gottwald did not rape Kesha, and he did not rape the Other Recording Artist.”

The new filing claims that Kesha’s “malicious campaign” isn’t motivated by economics, but rather was “designed solely to ruin Plaintiffs’ reputation and business interests.”

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Kesha sued Dr. Luke, claiming that he sexually and emotionally abused her. The producer, who has not been criminally charged, has denied the allegations.She also added Sony to the lawsuit, contending that the company “had knowledge of Dr. Luke treating female entertainers under his tutelage and supervision in the same manner as alleged here regarding [Kesha] which includes both physical and emotional abuse.”

The singer eventually lost a bid to record outside of her contract with Sony, after a judge found that Sony had said that she could work with producers other than Gottwald under her pact with the music company.

While Kesha was unsuccessful in getting out of her Sony contract, the singer did enjoy a groundswell of support from fans and fellow artists alike, with artists such as Adele and Lady Gaga expressing their solidarity with her.

Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.

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‘Bates Motel’ Teases First Look at Rihanna as Janet Leigh’s ‘Psycho’ Character (Video)

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A&E has released the first teaser and two images of Rihanna as Marion Crane in the final season of “Bates Motel.”

The pop star will inhabit the role originally played by Janet Leigh in the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film “Psycho” when the A&E drama returns for Season 5 next month. She joins Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga, who star as Norman Bates and his twisted mother.

Other new faces joining the series this season are Isabelle McNally (“House of Cards”), Austin Nichols (“The Walking Dead,” “Ray Donovan”) and Brooke Smith (“Grey’s Anatomy,” “Ray Donovan”). Additionally, Season 5 will see the return of Caleb Calhoun (Kenny Johnson) and Chick Hogan (Ryan Hurst) who come back with agendas of their own.

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“We’re taking threads of that story and definitely using them so it’s recognizable, it’s just where we go with it is very different,” executive producer Kerry Ehrin said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

“It’s tough to be in a situation where you’re in love with a guy, and for whatever reason, he keeps stalling,” she continued. “You still have all this hot sex with him, and he’s saying he loves you, but he’s stalling. The internal story of that, for a woman, is a really interesting one. We never really got to see that. In Psycho, you just see the outside of that more. It was trying to do a story about a contemporary woman with some edge, with some expectations, who isn’t perfect, who isn’t always perfectly sweet, who is in that situation, but we’re rooting for her to get what she wants.”

“Bates Motel” returns for its fifth and final season on Feb. 20.

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Jenny Slate Says Why Zima-Swigging ’90s Comedy ‘Landline’ Is ‘Heartbreaking’ (Video)

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Jenny Slate called watching and acting in her new film “Landline” “heartbreaking,” but not because she couldn’t actually drink Zima. Director Gillian Robespierre (“Obvious Child”) ordered the now defunct alcoholic beverage to use during a scene in her ’90s set comedy, but when it came from Ebay, it was green.

“Landline,” which made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival, contains numerous nods to ’90s culture, but Robespierre said she didn’t want the film to rely too heavily on nostalgia.

“We wanted it to be if you took the ’90s out of the story, it would still be a really nice, thoughtful, full story,” Robespierre told TheWrap’s Matt Donnelly. “We set it in the ’90s because we didn’t want to have to rely on Facebook and Instagram as a device to tell a story about kids and people cheating.”

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“Landline” tells the story of a teenager (Abby Quinn) living with her sister (Slate) and parents, only to discover that her father is having an affair that threatens to tear apart the family. Edie Falco, Jay Duplass and John Turturro.

Slate said she related to her character in positive and negative ways.

“It feels heartbreaking. It’s hard to play someone who wants to be free and has convinced herself that she’s not allowed to ask questions of herself and her partner. I think that’s a very relatable situation,” Slate said. “And when I watch those moments, it’s not actually the moments where she’s being duplicitous or lying or cheating. It’s the moments where they connect, and they have that sweet thing you have when you’re really in love, like taking a shower together or being playful. That those things can be lost or corrupted is really, really heartbreaking.”

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‘Doctor Who’: All 12 Regenerations Ranked, From William Hartnell to Matt Smith (Videos)

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It feels like it was yesterday when Peter Capaldi replaced Matt Smith as the legendary Doctor. But like Smith and David Tennant before him, Capaldi will set down his sonic screwdriver after three seasons on “Doctor Who.” Of course, that means that the Doctor will soon undergo another regeneration, an event which has occurred 12 times over the decades with various results. Here are our picks for the best and worst farewells The Doctor has given.

12.) David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor in “The End of Time”: Matt Smith‘s tenure as the Doctor got off to a  rocky start thanks to David Tennant ending his run as one of the most popular Doctors ever by infamously wailing “I don’t want to go!” Tennant’s last “Who” tale consisted of the Doctor treating regeneration like permanent death, only to giddily hop around once he transformed into the Eleventh Doctor. Combine that with a new show runner that overhauled the show, and you have a very dissonant jump from one era of “Doctor Who” to the next.

11.) Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor in “Time and the Rani”: Unlike the other Doctors, Colin Baker unceremoniously left “Who” in between seasons, forcing an impromptu regeneration in 1987 that required Sylvester McCoy to wear a wig imitating Baker’s curly locks for the regeneration scene.

10.) Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor in the “Doctor Who” TV Movie: The maligned attempt by Fox to resurrect “Doctor Who” in the 90s featured McCoy dying a gruesome death in an emergency room before undergoing a regeneration into Paul McGann’s Eighth Doctor that featured grisly sound effects.

9.) Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor in “The War Games”: In return for helping save some enslaved human soldiers, the Doctor turns himself in to his fellow Time Lords to be tried for stealing the TARDIS he uses to travel around time and space. As punishment, the Doctor is forced to regenerate in a rather silly sequence where the Doctor blubbers about the possible new bodies he might be forced to inhabit.

8.) Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor in “Logopolis”: The most iconic Doctor ever ended his run after falling from a crane during a battle with his archnemesis, The Master. Though the effects showing the Doctor’s transformation into his boyish fifth incarnation look weird by today’s standards, this episode did give Baker some beautiful last words: “It is the end…but the moment has been prepared for.”

7.) William Hartnell as the First Doctor in “The Tenth Planet”: This regeneration may be a simple white flash that switches the face of Hartnell with that of Patrick Troughton, but make no mistake: this is an important moment in “Doctor Who” history, as it establishes the concept of regeneration that allowed “Doctor Who” to last for 50+ years.

6.) John Hurt as the War Doctor in “The Day of the Doctor”: The late, great John Hurt left a short but unforgettable mark on “Doctor Who” history in the series’ 50th anniversary special, where he played a Doctor who did such unspeakable things that later incarnations considered him unworthy of his name. But the special showed Hurt’s Doctor find redemption, culminating in him peacefully letting go of his form…but not before making a joke about his next incarnation’s massive ears.

5.) Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor in “Planet of the Spiders”: Pertwee’s Doctor was known for offering compassion and sage advice to his companions. That generous spirit carried through to the end, as he used his final words to console a tearful Sarah Jane Smith.

4.) Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor in “The Night of the Doctor”: After Fox declined to revive “Doctor Who” when McGann’s TV movie flopped in the U.S., the Eighth Doctor’s adventures were mostly confined to radio serials. But in 2013, McGann returned for a mini-episode prologue to the 50th anniversary special, and his performance and regeneration were so excellent that Whovians were calling for BBC to put McGann in a spinoff that would bridge classic and modern “Who” together.

3.) Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor in “The Parting of the Ways.”: After getting a new generation of viewers to embrace The Doctor following the show’s return in 2005, it was up to Christopher Eccleston to teach them to let go of him and embrace a new man as the Time Lord. Eccleston nailed it, explaining regeneration simply while bringing an end to the Ninth Doctor’s journey of self-forgiveness.

2.) Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor in “The Caves of Androzani”: For many hardcore Whovians, 1984’s “The Caves of Androzani” is the greatest “Who” episode ever made. After The Doctor’s curiosity lands him on a planet full of backstabbers and scoundrels, he barely manages to escape with his companion, Peri. With both of them poisoned, he gives the antidote to Peri, leading to a dramatic regeneration where the Fifth Doctor sees visions of all his friends…and a taunting Master.

1.) Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor in “The Time of the Doctor”: We had a hard time deciding whether to put this or “Androzani” in the top spot, but Smith’s farewell speech was the clincher. With Murray Gold’s beautiful score in the background, The Eleventh Doctor connects regeneration to the human experience while saying goodbye to both Clara and the fans, all before Amy Pond returns to give her Raggedy Man one last goodbye. This scene moved Smith to tears at his final script reading, as it did countless Whovians around the world.

Showtime Partners With Alex Gibney for ‘American Jihad’ Documentary

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Showtime Documentary Films is teaming with Oscar winner Alex Gibney for a new documentary called “American Jihad,” Showtime announced on Tuesday.

The film, directed Alison Ellwood and produced by Sarah Dowland, will offer an inside look at jihadism from former jihadists and those deeply affected by its practices. By analyzing the strategic outreach and specifically online tactics that terrorists employ in order to reach susceptible members of society, experts weigh in on what actions those in power can take to help prevent the phenomenon of domestic Jihadism from occurring.

The documentary also explores the impact of Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S. citizen identified by the CIA as an al-Qaeda leader whose charismatic, highly personal recruitment tactics were responsible for influencing other Americans to the Jihadist cause.

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As the first American-born terrorist targeted and killed by a U.S. drone strike overseas, his death held worldwide political implications and invigorated the momentum of U.S. radicalism.

Gibney will executive produce along with Stacey Offman of Jigsaw Productions, 60 Minutes’ Michael Radutzky and Jeff Fager, and Film 45’s Matt Goldberg, Brandon Carroll and John Logan Pierson. Richard Perello serves as co-executive producer.

“American Jihad” was inspired by the critically-acclaimed feature film “Patriots Day,” directed by Peter Berg and starring Mark Wahlberg that centers on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

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It will premiere on Showtime on March 11 on-air, online and On Demand, and will serve as the closing night film at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in late February.

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‘Lemon’ Directors Praise the Cathartic Power of Failure (Video)

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Husband-and-wife team Brett Gelman and Janicza Bravo’s Sundance comedy “Lemon” centers on an ordinary man whose life unravels after being left by his blind girlfriend. Or, rather, “seeing-impaired,” as actress Judy Greer prefers.

“It opens up with her leaving him, and it sort of sparks this realization that he is nowhere near the place he wants to be in his life,” Gelman told TheWrap during a recent interview at the annual Park City, Utah film festival. “For the rest of the movie, you just watch my life unravel. It’s just ninety minutes of watching me fail. But it’s fun!”

Bravo and Gelman both came to the idea from their own fear of falling flat on their faces. “We were both really afraid of failing, and I think we felt that if we kind of wrote out what all of our anxieties were in this extreme and comedic way, it was kind of an exorcism,” said Bravo.

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“Rejection is a really cool part of my life,” she continued. “I get told ‘no’ a lot. There’s not one specific thing I would cite, but I feel the film as a whole and the manifestation of it was in response to that and I think a lot of the rejection is actually what is charming or endearing about our very funny, uncomfortable movie is embracing failing, embracing being told ‘no’ and still getting up every day to go on.”

Watch the full interview above.

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SXSW Film Lineup: Brie Larson, Ansel Elgort, Zoe Kravitz Projects Head to Texas

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Just as Hollywood has brushed off the snow from Park City, the SXSW Conference calls the industry and talent for the annual tech, music and film gathering in Austin, Texas.

The film program unveiled a strong and leaner slate from 2016, featuring big names for its headliners sections — like reigning Best Actress Brie Larson, and a buzzy action title that may finally serve Ansel Elgort.

It also boasts probing docs about cultural institutions like Bill Nye The Science Guy and The Muppets, and a narrative section led by a Hollywood crime story starring Zoe Kravitz, plus an unlikely Western hero in Bill Pullman.

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“We’re embedded at the hip with an interactive tech and music event, and we’re not afraid to have fun,” South by Southwest Film Festival Director Janet Pierson told TheWrap.

The program was reduced to roughly 125 films, as the festival will no longer rely on satellite theaters throughout Austin, but will instead concentrate on its Downtown campus.  The fest also has to keep movies at bay that want in on the halo affect provided by the convergence of tastemakers, thought leaders and deep-pocketed investors.

“We’re careful about which films we think are right for us. There are lots of very successful films with great stars that will do box office — but we’re looking for an authorial point of view, something that’s edgier.” Pierson said. ” There’s a tendency to keep adding to it, everyone want to be a part of it, but you end up diluting your own program.”

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As far as what did make the cut — “Baby Driver” may be this year’s peak SXSW title, meaning it most embodies that edgy, forward DNA the festival prides itself on.

Just as “Hardcore Henry’ dazzled in 2016 with its sci-fi grit, buzzy cast and its Go-Pro cinematogrpahy, Wright’s “Baby Driver” sees Elgort as a, well, getaway driver who uses an EDM soundtrack to slay it on the streets and outrun cops. Kevin Spacey, Lily James, Jamie Foxx, Jon Hamm an Eiza Gonzalez costar.

Also  in the headliner category — which will see a few additions ahead  announcement of the always-excellent Midnight screening section — is the previously announced opening night film “Song to Song,” Terrence Malick’s latest. It’s set in Austin, and features an embarrassment of stars like Ryan Gosling, Cate Blanchett, Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara and Natalie Portman.

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Larson, who will headline “Captain Marvel” in 2019, comes to SXSW with “Free Fire,” an action comedy about a bungled arms deal that teams her with Armie Hammer, Sharlto Copley,  Cillian Murphy and Jack Reynor.

“Gemini,” from writer-director Aaron Katz, brings a juicy premise in the narrative spotlight section: “A heinous crime tests the complex relationship between a tenacious personal assistant and her Hollywood starlet boss.”

We’ve seen this dynamic before in David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars” and in the Kristen Stewart-Olivier Assayas let-down “Personal Shopper” — but something about the alchemy of Lola Kirke, Kravitz, John Cho and Michelle Forbes tells us “Gemini” might nail this meditation on celebrity and friendship.

The narrative spotlight also includes “The Ballad of Lefty Brown,” from writer-director Jared Moshe. Pullman stars as a career sidekick who is thrust into a leadership role when his friend (Peter Fonda) is killed. Kathy Baker, Jim Caviezel and Tommy Flanagan costar.

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Other highlights include: “Master of None” leading lady Noel Wells makes her directorial debut with “Mr. Roosevelt”; Sundance darling Timothee Chalamet, Maikia Monroe and Emory Cohen get steamy in “Hot Summer Nights”; Melissa Leo trots Atheist activist Madeline Murray O’Hara  biopic “Most Hated Woman in America.”

In the documentary section, a beloved childhood educational fixture gets a climate change bent in “Bill Nye: Science Guy.” We’re also promised a glimpse at the heady early days of the Muppets, in  “Muppet Guys Talking – Secrets Behind the Show the Whole World Watched.”

The Frank Oz film is billed as five original performers discussing the start of the Jim Henson phenomenon, with footage and anecdotes.

For the complete SXSW Film Festival line up, click here.

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NBC Orders ‘Drama High’ Pilot From ‘Parenthood’ and ‘Hamilton’ Producers

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NBC has ordered the drama pilot “Drama High” from “Friday Night Lights” and “Parenthood” producer Jason Katims, TheWrap has learned.

Based on the book of the same name by Michael Sokolove, and also life rights of Lou Volpe, “Drama High” centers on an extraordinary working class high school drama department and the incredible students who come alive under a passionate teacher and family man whose dedication to the program galvanizes the entire town.

Katims will write and executive produce. “Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Seller will also executive produce along with Michelle Lee and Flody Suarez. This is the first NBC project for Seller who, along with Suarez, signed a production deal with Universal Television last year.

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The drama joins a list that also includes and untitled medical drama from writer Warren Leight, the military drama “For God and Country,” Jenna Bans’ suburban crime drama “Good Girls” and virtual reality detective thriller “Reverie,” from “Extant” creator Mickey Fisher.

On the comedy side, the network has ordered 10 new episodes of “Will & Grace” straight to series, and also ordered to pilot a project based on the early life of Kourtney Kang — about a girl growing up in a mixed-race family in Philadelphia. NBC has also ordered a series about a cynical Ivy League professor who becomes a high school teacher produced by Seth Meyers and Lorne Michaels, and then there’s “The Sacket Sisters,” produced by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock.

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Get First Peek at ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ (Video)

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As “Star Trek: Discovery” has finally begun production, CBS TV Studios has released new behind-the-scenes footage from the set to help satisfy fans who are anxious to see the long awaited show.

In the brief video, we get a look at the designs of some of the Federation starships that will be featured on the show, new Starfleet uniforms, and what appears to be the Discovery’s captain’s chair.

The new installment in the “Star Trek” franchise was originally supposed to debut this May on streaming service CBS All Access, but the premiere date has been pushed, as TheWrap previously reported. No new premiere date has been set at the time of this publishing.

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This marks the second delay for the highly anticipated series, which was originally slated to debut in January. The first true sign of trouble on the series came when Bryan Fuller left his post as showrunner, with executive producers Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts taking his place.

“The Walking Dead” star Sonequa Martin-Green was recently cast as the lead in the series, a lieutenant aboard the titular starship. However, Martin-Green is scheduled to work on “Walking Dead” through April, meaning she would not have time to promote “Discovery.”

Other cast members on the series include: James Frain as Sarek, the Vulcan ambassador and Spock’s father; Chris Obi, Shazad Latif and Mary Chieffo as a trio of Klingon warriors; and Anthony Rapp, Doug Jones and Michelle Yeoh in key roles.

As originally planned, the premiere episode of “Discovery” will air on CBS, with all subsequent episodes released weekly and available in the U.S. exclusively on CBS All Access. Each episode of the series will be available globally within 24 hours of its U.S. premiere, presented on Netflix in 188 countries and through Bell Media platforms in Canada.

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The series is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Alex Kurtzman’s Secret Hideout, Fuller’s Living Dead Guy Productions and Roddenberry Entertainment.

Kurtzman, Fuller, Heather Kadin, Berg, Harberts, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth will serve as executive producers.

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Fox News Tops Cable News Ratings for 15 Straight Years With January Win

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Fox News Channel has been the No. 1 cable news channel for 15 consecutive years after winning the month of January.

Fox News, which passed CNN back in January 2002, averaged 1.8 million viewers this month to beat ESPN among total viewers as the most-watched network among all of basic cable.

ESPN averaged 1.45 million viewers to finish second in a sports-heavy month, with Nickelodeon, HGTV and Adult Swim rounding out the top five. Among cable enws networks, CNN averaged 791,000 viewers to finished eighth and MSNBC averaged 645,000 viewers to finished No. 13.

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Among primetime, ESPN averaged 3.88 million to finish No. 1, thanks to the College Football National Championship game. Fox News finished No. 2 by averaging 2.84 million viewers, while HGTV, USA and Discovery round out the top five primetime networks.

CNN finished ninth during primetime by averaging 1.164 million viewers, while MSNBC finished tenth with an average of 1.160 million. The month of January was good for cable news overall, as MSNBC grew 53 percent from Jan. 2016, while Fox News grew 45 percent and CNN grew 37 percent.

The month saw a shakeup among Fox News’ primetime lineup, but Megyn Kelly’s departure did not hurt ratings. “Tucker Carlson Tonight” averaged 3.7 million viewers since moving to Kelly’s old 9 pm. timeslot, a 50 percent increase compared to the timeslot in Jan. 2016. Additionally, “The First 100 Days,” anchored by Martha MacCallum, averaged 3.5 million viewers and was up 79 percent compared to the same timeslot last year.

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FNC had 14 of the top 15 programs in cable news among total viewers, with only MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” joining “The O’Reilly Factor,” “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” “The First 100 Days,” “The Five,” “Hannity,” “Special Report,” “Your World,” “America’s Newsroom,” “Outnumbered,” “Shepard Smith Reporting,” “Happening Now,” America’s News HQ,” the late-night “Factor” repeat and “Fox & Friends.”

CNN’s most-watched program was “Anderson Cooper 360,” which finished No. 17.

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Murdoch Brothers Offer Tepid Critique of Trump Travel Ban, Pledge to Help Fox Staff

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21st Century Fox heads James and Lachlan Murdoch sent an internal memo to staffers on Monday criticizing President Trump’s travel ban. But the message, obtained by TheWrap, stopped short of condemning the executive order.

The brothers explained that their company was founded by immigrants and went on to vow to help employees impacted by restrictions on travel from seven Muslim countries.

“With the recent changes to the U.S.’s immigration policies, we know this is a time of real uncertainty for many of our colleagues around the world,” the Murdoch brothers wrote.

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It went on: “First of all, we want to assure you that we’re doing what we can to assist impacted colleagues and their families. While details of the new policy remain in flux in many instances, we do know it has broad implications. The new restrictions impact business travelers and current employees from seven countries for an initial period of 90 days. The current restrictions are not limited to visa holders, but also extend to permanent residents who are citizens of those countries.”

The memo further emphasized that their “immediate focus is on identifying and reaching out to people who may be affected” with various means of support, including legal advice and assistance. “If you have any questions about how you and your family may be impacted, please contact your business unit HR manager,” it read.

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Fox News Channel, which is owned by 21st Century Fox, featured a primetime lineup of cable news hosts defending the executive order on Monday night, although Bill O’Reilly admitted it could have been rolled out more smoothly and should have been announced with a Muslim outreach program.

Rupert Murdoch, James and Lachlan’s father who founded the company and turned the family into media moguls, was born in Australia.

“21CF is a global company, proudly headquartered in the U.S., founded by — and comprising at all levels of the business — immigrants. We deeply value diversity and believe immigration is an essential part of America’s strength. Moreover, as a company that is driven by creativity and innovation, we recognize the unique perspective offered by our many people who came to the U.S. in search of the opportunity for unfettered self-expression,” the Monday memo went on to say.

The Murdoch brothers concluded: “We will continue to monitor developments in what is still a fluid situation. We will keep you informed as we learn more. In the meantime, please know that the well-being of our colleagues is our top priority.”

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Budweiser’s Super Bowl Spot Reminds Viewers Immigration Makes America Great (Video)

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Budweiser has revealed a new Super Bowl ad that tells the story of Anheuser-Busch co-founder Adolphus Busch, who immigrated to the U.S. from Germany in the 1850’s.

The commercial follows Busch from his time traveling across the Atlantic, to his less than warm welcome to America, to jumping off of a flaming riverboat, to finally arriving in St. Louis to begin brewing beer.

The Super Bowl spot may play like pointed political commentary, given the current debate surrounding immigration and President Trump’s travel ban. But Budweiser vice president Ricardo Marques insists that is not the case.

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“It’s true, Adolphus Busch made an incredible journey to this country, and that’s really what this is about,” Marques told Ad Week. “It’s about his vision, his dream, everything that he doest to achieve that. Even though it happened in the 1850s, it’s a story that is super relevant today. That’s what we’re honing in on; it’s the pursuit, the effort, the passion, the drive, the hard work, the ambition, that’s really what this is about more than anything else.”

“There’s really no correlation with anything else that’s happening in the country,” he continued. “We believe this is a universal story that is very relevant today because probably more than any other period in history today the world pulls you in different directions, and it’s never been harder to stick to your guns.”

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