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2014-09-19

Aaliyah's Lifetime Biopic Premiering in November

(NEW YORK) -- After swapping Disney actress Zendaya Coleman with Nickelodeon star Alexandra Shipp, Lifetime has announced the release date for the much-discussed Aaliyah biopic, which will chronicle the late singer's rise to fame.The network confirmed via Twitter that the film, titled Aaliyah: Princess of R&B, will air on Nov. 15.  In an accompanying image, Shipp channels the singer by wearing her signature bandana while posing in a recording booth.The made-for-TV movie will be executive produced by Wendy Williams, who promised to deliver on the controversial film, which is being made without the approval or involvement of the late singer's…

posted 2014-09-19 06:12:28 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Jennifer Lawrence Spotted at Coldplay Concert Amid Rumors She's Dating Chris Martin

(LOS ANGELES) -- It looks like Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin's relationship is heating up. The Oscar-winning actress was spotted attending Martin's performance with his band, Coldplay, on Wednesday night at the Ace Hotel Theatre in Los Angeles, according to Us Weekly.Sources told the magazine Lawrence tried to keep a low profile at the performance, sitting in the balcony and only arriving minutes before the show started."Just before the show was supposed to start, Jennifer Lawrence walked toward the stage, surrounded by a couple girlfriends, trying to find their seat," a source told Us Weekly.  "They looked a little rushed,…

posted 2014-09-19 06:08:16 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"The Maze Runner," "This Is Where I Leave You," "A Walk Among the Tombstones" Open Friday

(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:The Maze Runner -- A boy named Thomas is mysteriously trapped in a maze along with other boys. In order to escape, he must try to remember his past. Will Poulter, Dylan O’Brien and Patricia Clarkson also star in the film, which is based on the best-selling novel by James Dashner. Rated PG-13. This Is Where I Leave You -- Four adult siblings are forced to spend a week together at their childhood home after their father passes away. Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Adam Driver, Rose Byrne, Corey…

posted 2014-09-19 05:45:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Movie Review: “A Walk Among the Tombstones” (Rated R)

(NEW YORK) -- Based on the best-selling novel by Lawrence Block, A Walk Among the Tombstones stars Liam Neeson playing an amalgam of his characters from the Taken films, The Grey and Non-Stop. Here he’s Matt Scudder, a former New York City cop and recovering alcoholic turned private investigator. Matt is recruited by Howie, a guy in his AA group, to meet his brother Kenny (Dan Stevens, Downton Abbey), who’s a drug trafficker.  Kenny’s wife has been kidnapped and killed, even though he met the kidnapper’s ransom demands, and Kenny wants Scudder to find who did it, so he can get…

posted 2014-09-19 05:40:07 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

“This Is Where I Leave You” (Rated R)

(NEW YORK) -- This Is Where I Leave You boasts an incredible ensemble cast, including Jason Bateman, Jane Fonda, Tina Fey, Adam Driver, Corey Stoll, Timothy Olyphant, Rose Byrne, Dax Shepard, Kathryn Hahn, Connie Britton, Debra Monk, and Abigail Spencer -- and the list goes on. Bateman, Fey, Stoll and Driver play the Altman siblings, with Bateman, as Judd Altman, serving as the film’s chief protagonist. When we first meet Judd, he’s a producer for a popular syndicated radio show hosted by Wade Beaufort (Shepard). Judd loves his wife, Quinn (Spencer), and even rushes home early from work to surprise…

posted 2014-09-19 03:01:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

2014-09-18

Grand Ole Opry Star George Hamilton IV Dead at 77

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- Grand Ole Opry star George Hamilton IV, 77, died on Wednesday afternoon, less than a week after suffering a serious heart attack.Hamilton IV released his signature hit, "Abilene," in 1963. However, he'd scored a number of hits before then, including "A Rose and a Baby Ruth," "Before This Day Ends," "Three Steps to the Phone (Millions of Miles)" and "If You Don't Know I Ain't Gonna Tell You."Hamilton was known as, “The International Ambassador of Country Music,” a title he earned after becoming the first American country singer to perform in the then-Soviet Union and in Prague.Hamilton…

posted 2014-09-18 19:29:39 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Reese Witherspoon's New Movie Sheds Light on US Lives of Sudan's Lost Boys

(NEW YORK) --  Reese Witherspoon's latest campaign has taken the star of movies such as Legally Blonde far from the glamour of Hollywood."It was one of those things where I was like, 'I can't not do this movie 'cause it's so important to me," Witherspoon told ABC News.The Walk the Line Oscar winner's new movie, The Good Lie, tells the story of the Lost Boys and Girls of Sudan, orphaned children who walked hundreds of miles, without food or shelter, to escape the civil war in 1983.Fifteen years later, a humanitarian effort brought 3,600 Lost Boys and Girls to the…

posted 2014-09-18 18:09:18 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Giuliana Rancic: "Fashion Police" Could End Due to Joan Rivers' Death

(NEW YORK) -- No one was more shocked than Joan Rivers' Fashion Police co-hosts when she passed away earlier this month at age 81. In fact, earlier that week, they'd just finished filming an episode of Fashion Police, running down the red carpet looks in honor of the Emmy Awards. Now that Rivers is gone, co-host Giuliana Rancic said the show's future is up in the air."They are looking at different scenarios, whether it moves forward or it doesn't," Rancic tells ABC News. "Melissa [Rivers]...a lot of that will be up to her and how she's feeling and how she…

posted 2014-09-18 15:31:02 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Darrell Hammond to Return to "SNL" as New Announcer

(NEW YORK) -- Former Saturday Night Live cast member Darrell Hammond will return to the NBC show -- not as a member of the troupe, but as its new announcer. Iconic Saturday Night Live announcer Don Pardo, who'd been with the show since its inception, died last month at age 96. When the show's 40th season premieres on Sept. 27, it'll be Hammond reading the cast members' names, as well as those of the guest host, Chris Pratt, and musical guest Ariana Grande. It's not a role unfamiliar to Hammond -- he occasionally filled in for Pardo over the years,…

posted 2014-09-18 12:08:04 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Shonda Rhimes Talks Strong Women, Weak Men

(NEW YORK) -- Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away With Murder are some of the most buzzed about television productions of the fall, and they’re keeping the shows’ creator, Shonda Rhimes, very busy.ABC's Good Morning America's co-anchor, Robin Roberts, visited “Shondaland,” the name of Rhimes' production company and the term she and her colleagues use to refer to their workplace.During the interview, they talked about the last time a producer had three top shows on at the same time.“I think it was Aaron Spelling -- T.J. Hooker, (The) Love Boat, Fantasy Island,” Rhimes, 44, said.Rhimes, a producer, director…

posted 2014-09-18 10:18:33 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Matthew McConaughey Won't Appear in "Magic Mike" Sequel

(LOS ANGELES) -- It looks like Dallas has danced his last. Magic Mike XXL director Gregory Jacobs tells E! News that Matthew McConaughey won't be reprising his role as the male stripper in the forthcoming sequel.Although there's no word on why McConaughey isn't coming back, Jacobs said the film will be "very different.""It's road trip movie, and put it this way: it's different enough that once you see it, you'll understand why we made a sequel," Jacobs said. "No one will be accusing us of making the same movie twice."  The other strippers in the original Magic Mike -- Kevin…

posted 2014-09-18 10:11:20 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Movie Review: “The Maze Runner” (Rated PG-13)

(NEW YORK) -- Welcome to the weekly post-apocalyptic dystopian young-adult novel film adaptation review! Featured in this edition: The Maze Runner, a movie and story that finds its roots in Lord of the Flies, Peter Pan, and the more contemporary belief that we’re all screwed. The Maze Runner starts out by teasing us, immediately throwing us into the action as we witness a tattered young man (Dylan O’Brien, MTV’s Teen Wolf) struggling to find a way out of a large, gated elevator ascending an industrial-type elevator shaft. It’s intense, claustrophobic and intriguing. When he gets to the top, a hatch opens…

posted 2014-09-18 06:09:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio