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Jamie Foxx in talks to join Michael B. Jordan in legal drama ‘Just Mercy’

ABC/Lou Rocco(LOS ANGELES) — Jamie Foxx could be teaming up with Michael B. Jordan for an upcoming courtroom drama. A source tells Variety, the Oscar winner is in negotiations to star alongside Jordan in the upcoming the Warner Bros. film Just Mercy.  The drama, based on the book Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, chronicles…read more »

It’s electrifying: John Travolta joins Foo Fighters on stage, again

Credit: Brantley Gutierrez(NEW YORK) — Much like his chills, John Travolta’s appearances at Foo Fighters concerts are multiplyin’. Back in April, the actor appeared on stage during the band’s show at the Welcome to Rockville festival when they started playing the Grease song “You’re the One that I Want.” Over the weekend, Travolta gave a…read more »

Nathan Fillion stars in ‘Uncharted’ fan film

ABC/Michael Ansell(LOS ANGELES) — For years, fans of Firefly and Castle star Nathan Fillion have made no secret of wanting him to star in a big-screen version of the best-selling Uncharted video game series. While the series’ main character Nathan Drake is voiced and performed by video game veteran Nolan North, treasure hunter Nathan Drake…read more »

‘Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation’ scares up $44.1 mil #1 debut

Sony Pictures(NEW YORK) — Hotel Transylvania: Summer Vacation topped the weekend box office, delivering $44.1 million in its debut, including Thursday-evening previews,  Adding $1.27 million from Amazon Prime showings on June 30, the animated feature — starring the voices of Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez and Andy Samberg — has earned over $45 million stateside. However, that…read more »

YouTube TV apologies, offers free week of service after World Cup outage

iStock/Thinkstock(SAN BRUNO, Ca) — YouTube TV is apologizing for Wednesday’s internet-streaming outage during the World Cup semifinal match between England and Croatia, and is now offering a free week of service to subscribers, according to an email obtained by Deadline.  “We’re really sorry for the recent YouTube TV outage during the FIFA World Cup Semifinal,” Thursday’s email reads. “To…read more »