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Kevin Spacey to Produce Scripted Series Based on the Unabomber

(NEW YORK) -- The story of the "Unabomber" is coming to TV. Manifesto, the story of how the FBI brought down Theodore Kaczynski, a.k.a. the Unabomber, is coming to the Discovery Channel. Manifesto will will be a scripted dramatization with actors, produced by House of Cards star Kevin Spacey's production company. Kaczynski killed three people and injured more than 20 others with his mail bombs, which he sent over a period of 17 years. He's currently serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. No word yet on when the show will air on Discovery. Copyright © 2016, ABC…

posted 2016-04-01 14:00:09 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Smithsonian's New African-American History Museum Will Reference Cosby Allegations

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) -- The sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby will be referenced in a TV and film exhibit in the Smithsonian's new African-American history museum. As originally planned, the exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. will include items from Cosby's stand-up comedy and TV career. However, the Smithsonian now plans to acknowledge the sex assault allegations against him, too. The museum's founding director, Lonnie Bunch, says Cosby's legacy has been severely damaged by the recent accusations. "Like all of history, our interpretation of Bill Cosby is a…

posted 2016-04-01 10:00:08 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

YouTube Offers "SnoopaVision" Option for April Fools' Day

(NEW YORK) -- What’s better than watching your favorite YouTube video in 360?  Watching it in 360, with Snoop Dogg. Go to YouTube this morning and you’ll see a little silhouette of the rapper’s head at the bottom of the video frame, just to the left of the Settings button.  Click it, and you’ll be taken to a video explaining how YouTube and Snoop have teamed up for what they’re calling SnoopaVision -- “the ability to watch every video, with Snoop Dogg.” After the video, you’ll also be offered about a half-dozen or so familiar hit YouTube videos enhanced with…

posted 2016-04-01 08:22:19 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"Meet the Blacks," "God's Not Dead 2," "Miles Ahead" Open Today

(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday: * Meet the Blacks -- Mike Epps' Carl Black moves his family to Beverly Hills during the purge, when crime is legal for 12 hours. Zulay Henao, Bresha Webb, King Bach, George Lopez, Gary Owen, Lil Duval, Mike Tyson and Tiny Cottle also star in the horror-comedy. Rated R. * God's Not Dead 2 -- Melissa Joan Hart is a Christian teacher who's involved in a court case, her career in jeopardy, after she answers a question about Jesus in the classroom. Jesse Metcalfe, David A.R. White,…

posted 2016-04-01 05:01:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"American Idol": The Final Three Heading to the Finale Are Revealed

(NEW YORK) -- On Thursday night’s two-hour edition of American Idol, the top three artists heading to next week’s grand finale were revealed. It was also the annual "Hometown Visit" episode, where each of the four remaining contestants went back to their towns, received a hero's welcome and gave a concert. The finalists performed three songs: one a pick by judges Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr.; another Idol adviser Scott Borchetta’s pick; and the third, each contestant’s pick as a tribute to his or her hometown. At the conclusion of the first round, host Ryan Seacrest revealed…

posted 2016-04-01 05:00:55 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Review: “Midnight Special” (PG-13)

(NEW YORK) -- The simple, modest-budget, indie sci-fi look and feel of Midnight Special is certainly part of its appeal,  but that’s hardly what defines writer-director Jeff Nichols’ first studio film. Michael Shannon plays Roy, the father of a young boy named Alton (Jaeden Lieberher) who has powers not of this world. The story begins with Roy and his childhood friend, Lucas (Joel Edgerton), kidnapping Alton from “The Ranch,” which resembles some sort of commune but turns out to be more of a cult, devoted to Alton, whom they believe is their savior. Mind you, they don’t blindly believe the…

posted 2016-04-01 03:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Review: “Miles Ahead” (R)

(NEW YORK) -- Don Cheadle turns in a virtuoso performance not only as the star of Miles Ahead, but also as the director and co-writer of this non-linear, beautifully disjointed biopic of the late jazz great, composer and trumpeter Miles Davis. The story introduces us to a chain-smoking, raspy-throated Davis, who sits down for an interview with Rolling Stone journalist Dave Brill (Ewan McGregor). Davis chides Brill for what he perceives to be a weak approach, encouraging him to, perhaps, embellish a bit.  Davis takes over the interview, which serves as an entry point for Cheadle and friends to this…

posted 2016-04-01 03:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio


"Batman v Superman" Composer Hans Zimmer Done with Superheroes

(NEW YORK) -- Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer is hanging up his cape: he's retiring from scoring superhero films following his work on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Zimmer tells the BBC of the Zack Snyder film, "This one was very hard for me to do, to try to find new language." Zimmer had previously scored three Batman films for Christopher Nolan, as well as Snyder's Man of Steel, and Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. While there's evidently no superhero fatigue at the box office, it seems there is for the 58-year-old. "I did Batman Begins with Chris [Nolan] 12 years…

posted 2016-03-31 18:00:40 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Which Shondaland Character Does "Grey's Anatomy" Star Chandra Wilson Dream of Playing?

(NEW YORK) -- This evening, as you're settling in for a night of ABC's #TGIT lineup -- Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder -- think about this: what if one actor in a Shonda Rhimes show played another character on another Shondaland show? Since 2005, Chandra Wilson's been playing the tough-as-nails Dr. Miranda Bailey on Grey's Anatomy.  But is there another character in the Shonda Rhimes universe that she'd like to play, given the choice?  Well, yes, actually. Chandra tells ABC Radio that one particular Scandal character intrigues her: Olivia's mom Maya, played by Khandi Alexander.…

posted 2016-03-31 14:00:38 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Aaron Sorkin Bringing Live Version of "A Few Good Men" to TV

(NEW YORK) -- Can you handle the truth? NBC is developing a live production of A Few Good Men for early 2017. Aaron Sorkin, who wrote the play, will adapt the story for the network, and will serve as executive producer along with Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. “I’ve been incredibly impressed watching NBC resurrect live musical theater for television and I’m eager to team up with Craig and Neil to help bring live drama back as well,” Sorkin, who created the 1999-2006 NBC drama The West Wing, said in a statement. A Few Good Men, about a military lawyer…

posted 2016-03-31 14:00:37 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

New O.J. Simpson Murder Trial Docu-Series On the Way

(LOS ANGELES) -- With renewed interest in the O.J. Simpson murder trial thanks to the FX series The People V. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story, another new series on the case is coming from Investigation Discovery. The network has landed its own docu-series, Hard Evidence: O.J. Is Innocent. Martin Sheen is an executive producer and narrator of the series, which will reportedly unveil an entirely new theory about who killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in 1994. The Hollywood Reporter says Investigation Discovery landed the show after a competitive bidding war. It's expected to premiere next year. Copyright ©…

posted 2016-03-31 10:00:36 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"Deadpool" Now the Highest-Grossing R-Rated Film Ever

(NEW YORK) -- For a film that reportedly took over a decade to make, Deadpool has certainly paid off.  It's now the highest-grossing R-rated movie ever. The critically acclaimed superhero action-comedy has now earned more than 745 million dollars worldwide, snapping the old mark of 742.1 million raised by 2003's The Matrix Reloaded.  Deadpool, starring Ryan Reynolds as the wisecracking mercenary of the same name, opened nationally February 12.  Reynolds has said it took 11 years to convince a studio to take a chance on the film, and even then, it was given the relatively small production budget of $58…

posted 2016-03-31 10:00:36 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio