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The Conners Return to Confront the Coronavirus – The New York Times

This ABC sitcom has dealt with real-world challenges since its earliest days as “Roseanne.” In its new season, those include the pandemic and its fallout.

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Gilbert said the series will not dwell on the darkest parts of the pandemic People get that on the news every day, she said but that the show, which is set in the current moment, will reflect real-world events. The second episode of the season airs Oct. 28, six nights before Election Day and three nights before Halloween. She said the Conners will celebrate their favorite holiday with some in-home trick-or-treating and that politics may come up.
But its not through the lens of Im for this guy!,…

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Orson Welles haunts the new, full-length trailer for David Fincher’s Mank – The A.V. Club

Watch a new trailer for David Fincher’s Mank, a satire of 1930s Hollywood that follows Gary Oldman’s Herman J. Mankiewicz as he tries to finish the script for Citizen…

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Mank, David Finchers first new film in six years, received a stylish teaser a few weeks back, a preview of a film that aims to satirize 30s Hollywood in both its story and its dreamy, throwback aesthetic. Today, Netflix dropped a full trailer for the anticipated drama, and its every bit as disorienting.
An onslaught of monochrome memories, the trailer swirls through the story of writer Herman J. Mankiewicz as he rises and falls in the eyes of geniuses, money men, mistresses, and loved ones. As…

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California will allow fans at pro sports but not Disneyland – Fox News

California will let fans back in outdoor stadiums for pro sporting events in counties with low coronavirus infection rates but isn’t ready to allow Disneyland and…

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California will let fans back in outdoor stadiums for pro sporting events in counties with low coronavirus infection rates but isn’t ready to allow Disneyland and other major theme parks to reopen, the state’s top health official said Tuesday.
San Francisco and neighboring Alameda and Santa Clara are the only counties that meet the threshold for pro sports. However, immediately after the announcement officials in Santa Clara, home to the San Francisco 49ers, issued a statement saying they weren’t…

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Shonda Rhimes Is Ready to “Own Her S***”: The Game-Changing Showrunner on Leaving ABC, “Culture Shock” at Netflix and Overcoming Her Fears – Hollywood Reporter

Three years into her groundbreaking deal and with her first projects finally arriving, the uber writer-producer talks about meeting her own high expectations and…

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Shonda Rhimes was tired of the battles. She was producing some 70 hours of annual television in 256 territories; she was making tens of millions of dollars for herself and more than $2 billion for Disney, and still there were battles with ABC. They’d push, she’d push back. Over budget. Over content. Over an ad she and the stars of her series Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder made for then-presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
But by early 2017, her reps were back in discussions…

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