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Last year, YouTuber Kane Parsons created a horror video called “The Backrooms” that became a viral hit. Now, the 17-year-old will direct a feature film adaptation of that video that will be released by A24 and co-produced by Chernin Entertainment, Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps and James Wan’s Atomic Monster.
LAIKA, the Oregon-based stop-motion animation studio behind modern classics “Coraline” and “ParaNorman,” is getting serious about entering the live-action space. The studio just named longtime Netflix executive Matt Levin as President, Live-Action Film & Series, a new role at the company. The first live-action project is a film based on John Brownlow’s thriller novel “Seventeen.”
And Beyoncé becomes the winningest Grammy artist of all time.
“Saturday Night Live” poked fun at the lack of recognizable titles and hit-making movies coming out of the 2020s, shooting at fish-in-a-barrel targets like “To Leslie,” “Women Talking” and “Ginny & Georgia.”. After Bowen Yang came out swinging as a game show host with...
‘The Daily Show’ Sets George Santos Lies to ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire': ‘9/11, Volleyball, Spider-Man, Dead Dog!’ (Video)
“The Daily Show” came up with a pneumonic device to remember all the lies Congressman George Santos has been telling. Guest host Chelsea Handler ended the segment about Santos by chanting a list of Santos fables to part of “We Didn’t Start the Fire” by Billy Joel.