Warner Bros. Alum Dale Nelson Joins Law Firm Donaldson + Callif As Partner

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Dale Nelson, who handled major brands like Harry Potter, Looney Tunes and DC Comics during her time as a legal executive at Warner Bros., has joined entertainment law firm Donaldson + Callif as a partner.
The former VP and Senior Intellectual Property …

What to Watch on Super Bowl Sunday Instead of Football

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Super Bowl LIII is this Sunday and will surely take up much of the weekend for football fans, but everyone else can thank the Peak TV gods that there’s never been a better time in history to not care about sports.

Hate the Patriots and deflated by Tom Brady? Fire up Netflix. Don’t know what the L.A. Rams even are? Hulu is always there. Think Maroon 5 is a boring choice for the halftime show? Go watch Beyonce on YouTube again. Hate chips shaped like scoops? Skip the party, catch the “Twilight” marathon on cable and eat whatever you want.

Those boycotting the NFL or those who just think sports is boring but also don’t want to go outside have never had more alternative viewing options. Here are 14 personalized recommendations for other things to watch on Super Bowl Sunday.

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Animal Planet

Puppy Bowl XV (Animal Planet, 3 p.m.)
For those who like sports but dislike humans. (Animal Planet will also present the second annual Dog Bowl, featuring more “mature” canines, earlier in the day.)

Hallmark Channel

Kitten Bowl VI (Hallmark, 2 p.m.)
For those who prefer cats.

Russian Doll (Netflix)
For those who like Natasha Lyonne and surprises.

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Velvet Buzzsaw (Netflix)
For those who like Jake Gyllenhaal and surprises.

The Walking Dead (AMC Premiere)
For those with cable but can’t wait a week.


You (Netflix)
For those who miss “Gossip Girl” but wish it was creepy.

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Tidying up With Marie Kondo (Netflix)
For those whose lives are a mess.

Rent (Hulu)
For those who want to know weren’t around to watch (semi-)live and want to know what all the hubbub was about. (Hulu also offers the much-maligned 2005 movie version to stream.)

Game of Thrones (HBO)
For those who need to get started on their rewatch before the final season gets started on April 19.

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BBC America

Killing Eve (Hulu)
For those who missed out on one of 2018’s most-buzzed about new shows.

Fyre and Fyre Fraud (Netflix and Hulu)
For those who like schadenfreude and making fun of Millenials.

Summit Entertainment

Twilight marathon (FXX, 7 a.m.)
For those who like Kristen Stewart and brooding teens.

Warner Bros

Harry Potter marathon (Syfy, 10 a.m.)
For those who don’t like “Twilight.”

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Netflix Inks First-Look Deal With ‘Harry Potter’ Director Chris Columbus’ 1492 Pictures

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Netflix has entered into a multi-year first-look deal with Oscar-nominated writer, producer and director Chris Columbus.

Under the deal announced Wednesday, Netflix gets a first look at any feature film Columbus and his 1492 Pictures partners Michael Barnathan and Mark Radcliffe want to produce.

“Chris has established himself as a diverse and versatile filmmaker with his work spanning generations, genres and audiences,” Netflix film head Scott Stuber said in a statement. “Following the huge success of ‘The Christmas Chronicles’ I’m thrilled that we can continue the highly productive relationship we enjoy with him and his partners. I’m looking forward to the creative boundaries Chris, Michael, Mark and the 1492 team will push here at Netflix.”

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The deal represents a strengthening of the relationship between Columbus and 1492 Pictures, and Netflix, following the recently-produced holiday film “The Christmas Chronicles” starring Kurt Russell.

Columbus started 1492 Pictures with Barnathan and Radcliffe in 1994, launching film franchises such as “Harry Potter” and “Night at the Museum.” In 2011, they produced the blockbuster hit “The Help,” which received four Oscar nominations including best picture. “The Christmas Chronicles” is the 24th film they have produced together.

“Partnering with Netflix is a thrilling and exciting opportunity for 1492 Pictures.  Being able to create original content on a major motion picture scale is a rarity in Hollywood these days.  But not at Netflix,” Columbus said in a statement. “They encourage original ideas and visionary filmmaking. And the icing on the cake? The executives at Netflix are great people who support some of the world’s greatest filmmakers like Martin Scorsese and Alfonso Cuaron. I look forward to a long working relationship with Ted Sarandos, Scott Stuber and our guiding light, Racheline Benveniste.”

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‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Becomes Broadway’s Top-Grossing Non-Musical Play of All Time

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“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” just became the top-grossing non-musical play in Broadway history, hitting nearly $75.8 million in total box office receipts as of Dec. 2, according to the Broadway League.

The Tony Award-winning stage sequel to J.K. Rowling’s saga about the now-grown boy wizard has consistently earned $2 million per week since it began performances at Broadway’s Lyric Theatre on March 16 ahead of an official opening on April 22. It grossed $2.02 million for the week ending Dec. 2.

Despite breaking the record in just eight and a half months, “Cursed Child” has had extra advantages as a two-night (and two-ticket) epic that has played in a musical-sized auditorium to diehard Potterheads.

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The previous record-holder, “War Horse,” accumulated just under $75 million over 21 months in 2011-13.

“Cursed Child” brings back a grown-up Harry Potter, along with his childhood pals Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley — as well as Harry’s second son, Albus, as he befriends Draco Malfoy’s son Scorpius at Hogwarts.

The magic-laden production earned six Tony Awards in June, including Best Play and Best Director for John Tiffany. Jack Thorne wrote the script, based on a script he co-wrote with Rowling and director John Tiffany.

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The show also won for scenic, lighting, costume and sound design. As TheWrap’s Robert Hofler wrote in his review, “What’s definitely prize-worthy is the fantastic redesign of the Lyric, a modern barn if ever there was one on Broadway.”

“Cursed Child” also became the biggest winner in the history of Britain’s Olivier Awards, with a record-breaking nine awards, including Best New Play.

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YouTube’s ‘Origin’: Tom Felton on Kinda-Sorta ‘Harry Potter’ Reunion With Natalia Tena

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Attention Potterheads: If you want to watch Tom Felton and Natalia Tena’s new YouTube Premium series, “Origin,” for the “Harry Potter” franchise reunion, that’s fine by Felton.

But, just know, the actor is going to call you out for playing fast and loose with the “reunion” phrasing here. After all, Draco Malfoy and Nymphadora Tonks (played by Felton and Tena, respectively, in the films) never once met on screen — meaning that “Origin” actually marks Felton and Tena’s first time working together.

“Oh, I embrace it,” Felton told TheWrap when asked if he’s OK with fans who are tuning in for what we’ve now clarified is not a reunion. ” Any reason that anyone wants to watch it is fine by me. No, Nat and I were actually having a bit of a laugh about this the other day. And Nat and I have never worked together before. We never saw each other once while shooting ‘Harry Potter.’ (laughs) But, so as much as it is a reunion to other people, this is our first time.”

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Felton says that he and Tena are “more than happy to have the freakout,” just make sure you come and enjoy the rest of the show.

Created by Mika Watkins, the show’s 10-episode first season follows a group of outsiders who find themselves abandoned on a ship bound for a distant land. Now they must work together for survival, but quickly realize that one of them is far from who they claim to be.

Felton — who says he’s never seen “Star Wars” or “Star Trek” and was really “freaked out” by ‘The Matrix” — says “Origin” “definitely qualifies as a sci-fi thriller.”

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“Structurally it’s similar to ‘Lost.’ And kind of like a film franchise as far as what’s going on on the ship,” Felton says. “But essentially its about 10 passengers who have been sent to another planet, who volunteered to be programmed and are waking up prematurely, not on the planet, but still stuck inside and abandoned by all other passengers and crew.”

Felton is playing Logan, who he deems a “troubled young man.”

“I think he’s given up really on humans and relationships and any sort of real love,” Felton says. “And you don’t know why yet, but his backstory will reveal that. And you’ll see he has very little faith in humans at all. I think he’s leaving behind a pretty s—-y life back at home. And this is his last attempt to try and find a new start, really. To find a start because he can. He has a foul mouth. He’s very clever. But he’s a sweetheart. Deep down he’s a sweetheart.

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“I think audiences will be very surprised by his backstory, as far as why and who he encountered to get him to go on this vessel,” Felton added. “That’s half of the question as well, ‘Would I do this? Is this something I’d actually do?’ Because it seems very close to home. It doesn’t seem that far in the future really.”

“Origin” stars Felton and Tena, alongside newcomer Sen Mitsuji. Watkins writes and executive produces, with Paul W.S. Anderson (“Resident Evil: The Final Chapter,” “AVP: Alien vs. Predator”) directing the first two episodes.

“Origin” drops on YouTube Premium on Nov. 14.

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Jude Law Captured Everything Eddie Redmayne Loves About Dumbledore With Just One Look

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Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore is among the most iconic and beloved characters, not only in J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” book series, but in all of fantasy literature. And that some big robes to fill for Jude Law.

“It was a huge amount of responsibility,” Law said during a Q&A following an early fan screening of the new film “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” at Universal Studios Hollywood on Saturday. “He’s a beloved Potter character. But I thought I was given a little bit of freedom to interpret him myself and I hope I stepped up.”

Law’s fellow cast mate Eddie Redmayne, who plays the film’s lead, Newt Scamander, said during the Q&A that experiencing Law’s turn as Dumbledore for the first time was next to magical.

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“There was — the moment [Newt] sees Dumbledore and — it’s in the trailers — he’s on the ledge of St. Paul’s Cathedral and it starts with just Dumbledore’s back and when he turned and looked at me he somehow managed to encapsulate in one look everything that I’d always — it was that kind of gravitas, a little twinkle in the eye. It was Dumbledore right there in one look,” Redmayne said.

That was all CGI,” Law joked. “I had a word with the guys in post production, I said up the twinkle and a little bit of gravitas.”

Law is the third actor to portray the Hogwarts Headmaster, following the likes of Richard Harris, who died after “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” was released, and Michael Gambon.

In Warner Bros.’ upcoming “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” Law plays a much younger version of Dumbledore, revealing secrets about one of the wizarding world’s most powerful characters — that fans of the books and movies have poured over for years.

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Audiences meet Law’s Dumbledore in 1927, some 64 years prior to the events of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” He is Defense Against the Dark Arts Professor at Hogwarts, but still already at odds with the Ministry of Magic.

Fans of the books and films know Dumbledore to be a mysterious and secretive figure in the story, always keeping his past and how much he knows close to the the vest. “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” launches the long-awaited journey of exploring the events in Dumbledore’s past that made him the wizard audiences fell in love with in initial “Harry Potter” franchise.

Specifically, the film pulls the curtain back a little on the relationship between Dumbledore and the dark wizard Grindelwald, leading up to his famed defeat with alchemist Nicolas Flamel.

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“It’s a defining part of his past,” Law said of Dumbledore and Grindelwald’s relationship. “Those who’ve seen the film know there’s a lot more to be revealed. But clearly this relationship was intense and intimate. It’s some 20 odd years in the past, even from this story and yet the two of them are still, well, traveling in the opposite direction, but carrying certain wounds.”

To be sure he had all the information necessary to properly fill Dumbledore’s robes, Law met with “Harry Potter” creator J.K. Rowling, who also wrote the “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” screenplay.

The cast members who were in attendance after the screening seemed to agree Rowling even imbued Law with Dumbledore’s omniscient quality.

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“Before I started it seemed the obvious thing to do and she was very generous with her time and gave me a kind of recap of, I think, everything we know from the books but with a little more detail and a little sense of where the character was going,” Law said, before Ezra Miller, who plays Credence Barebone in the film, interrupted, saying that Rowling told Law way more than she told the rest of them.

Redmayne chimed in that the rest of the cast was “spuriously jealous.”

“You’re Dumbledore, so you get to be weirdly omnipotent while we all struggle in the dark,” Miller said before Law admitted that Dumbledore is three beats ahead of everyone. “No, he’s three films ahead,” Miller joked.

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Jude Law Didn’t Go to Wand School Before ‘Fantastic Beasts 2,’ So He Practiced With a Twig

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Wands are an integral part of wizards’ daily lives in the Harry Potter Universe, and anyone who has seen the films or read the books knows that wand lore plays a key role in the story, so it makes sense that if you’re going to portray one of the wizarding world’s most beloved and iconic wizards, you’d need to learn to wield a wand, right?

Jude Law, who plays a younger version of Albus Dumbledore in Warner Bros.’s “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” however, didn’t receive the traditional wand schooling some of the other actors on the film did.

“Yeah, I think some things changed between the first and second film. It turns out Jude didn’t get wand school, but the rest of us I think did,” Katherine Waterston, who plays Tina Goldstein, said during a Q&A at a fan screening event TheWrap attended at Universal Studios Hollywood on Saturday. A couple other cast members also confessed to missing out on wand school.

“I like to think it’s because we didn’t need it,” joked Law.

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He may have skipped wand school, but that doesn’t mean Law didn’t put in some swish and flick practice on his own to prepare.

“I found out from Jude just now that when he got the part he was on holiday with his family and he just went and picked up a twig and just spent the entire holiday walking around with a twig,” said castmate Eddie Redmayne, who plays the film’s lead Newt Scamander.

“It was good practice,” Law said. “So Eddie’s right — I did carry around this stick for most of my summer holiday practicing and then I only got to say one spell in the whole of the film.”

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Not all of the new cast members got out of going to wand school. Callum Turner, who plays Redmayne’s brother Theseus Scamander in the film, joked that he had to spend seven months learning how to properly hold and use his wand.

As Turner explained that his biggest takeaway was not going over the top, Redmayne interrupted to tease him.

“I don’t want to throw my brother under a bus here, but he broke his wand on the first test,” Redmayne told the crowd.

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As all Harry Potter fans know, the wand chooses the wizard, but new cast member Zoe Kravitz — who plays the mysterious Leta Lestrange — bemoaned not being able to choose her wand for the film. She also said the worst part, however, is when they took her wand away at the end of filming.

“I was really, really nervous. It was kind of like the first day at school, you know? But everyone was so welcoming,” Kravitz said of joining the cast. “The best moment is when they hand you your wand, and the worst moment is when they take it away at the end.”

“Oh, yeah you can keep one for $75,000,” joked Credence Barebone actor Ezra Miller.

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“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” continues to introduce Harry Potter fans to new characters and more interesting creatures, but it’s a familiar face from the first one that has a special place in actor Eddie Redmayne’s heart.

During a Q&A at an early fan screening at Universal Studios Hollywood on Saturday, Redmayne, who plays Newt Scamander in the film, was asked which of the beasts in the films are his favorite.

I mean, my favorite beast and I’m seeing some of my favorite t-shirts over here which are basically Niffler t-shirts with jewels hanging out of a pouch,” Redmayne said. “In this film, there are baby Nifflers and they are the most adorable, beautiful, frustrating things. They are heavenly and nightmarish in equal measure.”

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The Nifflers, which had their first on-screen appearance in 2016’s “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” are described on Pottermore as “long-snouted, burrowing creatures native to Britain with a penchant for anything shiny.”

Niffers’ magical abilities include finding treasure, but Pottermore says they “can be destructive and should not be kept domestically.”

Their destructive and “nightmarish” nature, however, hasn’t stopped audiences from falling in love with the fluffy creatures. As Redmayne noted, they were so beloved that baby Nifflers were added for the second installment.

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Much like in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” Newt uses the Nifflers strategically to track down important items; the Niffler also plays a pivotal role toward the end of the film that is bound to have implications for the next film.

The Nifflers have seemingly gotten so important in fact that Redmayne and fellow castmate Jude Law joked the fictional creature got entitled on set.

Didn’t you say, Eddie, that we nearly didn’t get the Niffler back? He was really demanding,” Law said. 

Yeah the Niffler was obviously the break out from the first movie so his trailer’s massive, he like got lawyers, agents and a publicist,” Redmayne responded in jest.

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‘Fantastic Beasts:’ J.K. Rowling Teases Future Stories as Fans Vow to #ProtectTheSecrets

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Harry Potter fans are bursting at the seams to share what they saw during “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” screenings across the country on Sunday, but have vowed to #ProtectTheSecrets.

Early reaction on social media to the “Fantastic Beasts” sequel was overwhelmingly ecstatic following fan screenings, with many speculating what happens next, but they’re keeping their lips buttoned (for now), as they’ve received buttons that read #ProtectTheSecrets above the Deathly Hallows symbol and have been sworn to secrecy.

Following the Los Angeles screening, the cast and crew held a Q&A outside of Harry Potter World in Universal Studios. Eddie Redmayne even shared a video begging fans to not leak the secrets of the “Fantastic Beasts” sequel, which he says is filled with Easter Eggs and juicy, spoiler details.

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A message from Eddie Redmayne for those that will be among the first to see #FantasticBeasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. #ProtectTheSecrets pic.twitter.com/9eRWdnT4ra

— Fantastic Beasts (@FantasticBeasts) November 3, 2018

Even Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is finding it difficult to keep the lid on secrets and speculations, tweeting this comment teasing “CERTAIN THINGS” to await in future installments of the “Fantastic Beasts” franchise.

True. I can’t wait for you all to get caught up, because I’m already one story on and it’s killing me not to be able to discuss CERTAIN THINGS. https://t.co/3Sz1RArqG3

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 3, 2018

What does that mean? Well, that’s anyone’s guess. Though for anyone wildly speculating on Reddit, here’s Harry ominously saying the phrase “certain things” in “Chamber of Secrets.”

While originally set up as a spinoff series from the British Harry Potter universe now set in America, the sequel to the first “Fantastic Beasts” introduces a young Albus Dumbledore played by Jude Law, the Deathly Hallows symbol has been plastered all over advertisements for the film, and a recent trailer even revealed that we would meet a woman who can transfigure into a snake who fans quickly noted shares the same name with Lord Voldemort’s pet snake in the Harry Potter films.

Here are a few other fans having fun with Rowling’s “certain things” proclamation.

Anyone else hear CERTAIN….THINGS in Severus Snape’s laconic drawl!? #FantasticBeasts2 #CrimesOfGrindelwald

— Akshay Kalidasan (@Axe2811) November 3, 2018

WHAT THINGS?!!! pic.twitter.com/nVBEUsqIGr

— Madeline Rae (@MadelineRae23) November 3, 2018

CERTAIN THINGS pic.twitter.com/rUIti8d8Xr

— Vicky (@vicky_mx16) November 3, 2018

Constant internal screaming these things you want to share?

— ????Cassie???? (@J2andWin) November 3, 2018

OMG! What CERTAIN THINGS?!?! You play fair now, JK! Seriously though, can’t wait! ????

— troubled (@troubledaemon) November 3, 2018

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