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  1. Roswell, New Mexico: In the Media

    "Hold Me" Trailer
  2. Shamier Anderson (Dolls) will have a "key role" in the third season of Amazon Studios' Goliath (stars Billy Bob Thornton). Source: Deadline article on the season three renewal of Goliath. He also has roles in the upcoming Destroyer (starring Nicole Kidman, December 25th release date) and the indefinitely impounded Johnny Depp vehicle, City of Lies, which is about the murders of rappers Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur, where Anderson plays bad cop David Mack.
  3. Multiverse: Cast in Other Roles

    Todd Stashwick (Deacon) has a major role in the live-action Kim Possible DCOM as Kim's arch-nemesis Dr. Drakken. Here's the one-minute trailer: Edit: The movie will premiere on Friday, February 15, 2019 @ 8pm Eastern.
  4. Here's the article on the planned Hannukah-related movies for the 2019 season... Via Forbes: Hallmark, Famous For Christmas Movies, Plans Two Hanukkah Features
  5. The CW is looking to resurrect Good Christian Bitches with a new testament (via TVLine). Here's the log line summary: The earlier adaptation -- title shortened to "GCB" -- aired on ABC in 2011 and was more faithful to Kim Gatlin's novel, which was set in a Dallas suburb.
  6. Product Placement in Movies

    A classic example: The mechanical Donald Ducks in 1939's Bachelor Mother: "You've disgraced the Toy Department."
  7. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019)

    New Trailer! Per the trailer and the latest film posters (below), the official release date is Friday, February 8, 2019. And, more film posters (click on the images to view the full posters): Edit: Official images of over a dozen new tie-in sets are now online, via Brickset. (potential spoilers)
  8. Just watch. (John Lewis is an upscale department store chain in the UK) This 'ad' would work perfectly as a trailer for a Elton John biopic.
  9. Fox News Network: They're Crazy Like a ...

    I saw this on Tuesday and didn't realize that it was a brand new thing for Fox & Friends. F&F have a new indoor-but-outdoor set that is sponsored by "Bob Evans Farms" (BEF),* which features a kitchen area with the BEF logo and a display of some BEF products. (Diamond & Silk were even among the honored guests!) I was a bit surprised to see the "Bob Evans Farms" sponsorship, given all the recent public pressure on FoxNews advertisers, though that's been mostly focused on the primetime personalities' shows (Hannity, Tucker, Ingraham). BEF not only sells sausage and other foods (ready to heat mashed potatoes is a big, big seller) under the "Bob Evans" brand, but also provides sausage for various supermarkets' private labels, such as Giant Eagle and Meijer, as revealed by a recent food recall, who could put a lot more pressure on BEF than a public advertising boycott campaign by private individuals. Especially, Giant Eagle, given last weekend's tragic massacre: The company was founded in Pittsburgh by Jewish families and is still headquartered in that city. *"Bob Evans Farms" recently spun off its restaurant division, "Bob Evans Restaurants" (BER) back in 2017. Both corporations are owned by private equity firms. (Wikipedia) Tangent: Could that kitchen area be any more generic? I mean it's so white. And, it's not particularly farm-ish. Where's the giant cast iron sink (ideally with a drainboard section)? Also, the classic position for a kitchen sink is in front of a window. And, having that fake window in the corner makes no good sense. (The above still is from a NewscastStudio blog post about the set and F&F episode.)
  10. MSNBC

    Some very nauseating CNN! Election! Night! In! America! promo spots got me looking into how MSNBC was promoting their election night coverage this year. They're using the phrase "The Vote (for) America's Future" to brand not only that coverage, but also apparently general day-to-day pre-election coverage as well. Here's a 15 second spot: "And, whatever happens, we'll be here to make sense of it." This is good! A calm female voice. Folksy yet serious. A reassuring message. (And, the total opposite of CNN's rushed and macho "Wrestlemania" 15 second spot.) Here's a 30 second spot with different anchors (and Mika) stating key issues: "Immigration. The Economy. Gun Control. The Environment. Education. Our Democracy." But, bait-and-switch! It's promoting Morning Joe. (Uh, where's "Healthcare"?) And, a 30-second spot for MSNBC's "Road Warriors" that's about actual reporting! The only real negative I can say about these "The Vote" spots is that they made one promoting Kornacki and his board. (Warning: All these videos have 10 second bumpers at the beginning for the industry blog that uploaded the videos.)
  11. This Is CNN

    These "Election Night in America" promos are so disgusting. They're shamelessly all about the horse race, plus the fast/macho voiceover makes them feel more like a promotion for some sporting event or action movie and not one of our most serious public processes. Here's a 15 second spot: Sorry, CNN. You're not the "only place to watch." And, a 30 second spot: Numbers! There's also another spot that profiles the CNN personalities who will be on air that night. (Blitzer! Donner! Cupid!) (Edit: Which I haven't found online yet.) (In comparison, MSNBC's "The Vote" spots are much more serious and focused on the issues, reporting, and analysis.)
  12. Race and Ethnicity in the Movies

    Uh, maybe Callie Khouri (Thelma & Louise, Nashville) would have been a better choice? From Variety: The Variety article and other write-ups state that Al Zamel was a "mother of two," but that appears to be an error (conflating the children she rescued as her own or something). From the A.V. Club write-up: For some background, Marie Claire has a long excerpt from the book (so spoilers). The UNHCR website also has a short excerpt (so spoilers).
  13. Entertainment Weekly has a long oral history article on the making of Baby One More Time.
  14. Emma Ishta has a supporting and apparently recurring role in Netflix's The Good Cop, which stars Josh Groban and Tony Danza, as The Danza's much younger girlfriend, apparently. (what did I just write?) The show's trailer can be seen in The Good Cop's Media thread, here.
  15. The Good Cop in the Media

    The Good Cop | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix