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  1. Ursula Macfarlane’s film, which highlights new accusers, was sold by Embankment Films for seven figures after a world premiere at Sundance. Hulu has acquired the U.S. rights to Ursula Macfarlane’s Untouchable, a documentary about sexual assault allegations made against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein that went unchecked for decades. The feature film from Lightbox, which bowed at Sundance, highlights new accusers as it recounts Weinstein's rise and fall in Hollywood. Embankment Films negotiated the seven-figure deal on behalf of Lightbox. The once-powerful movie mogul has been accused by women in several lawsuits of seeking to trade his influence in Hollywood for sexual favors. Weinstein also faces a criminal trial on sexual assault charges. "We are thrilled that Untouchable has been acquired by Hulu, which is the perfect home in the U.S. for a film which should serve both as a cautionary tale for the younger generation and an enduring example of how seemingly unchecked power can be held to account when courageous people choose to speak out," Simon Chinn and Jonathan Chinn, co-founders of Lightbox and producers of Untouchable, said Sunday in a statement. Weinstein was ousted from the movie company he founded after a barrage of sexual harassment and assault allegations started becoming public in October 2017 and gave fuel to the #MeToo and Time's Up movements. Untouchable is a co-production with the BBC, which will air the doc after its theatrical release. Media Finance Capital financed the film alongside the BBC. David Gilbery, Charles Dorfman, Simon Young and Tom McDonald are executive producers. Untouchable has sold out in major territories, and Embankment will handle the theatrical rollout in international markets before Hulu’s streaming release. Embankment head of sales Calum Gray negotiated the U.S. distribution deal with Hulu’s Belisa Balaban. Thanks to Hollywood Reporter for the news.
  2. Sony is launching PlayStation Productions, an in-house studio dedicated to bringing its games to life on film and television. Video game movies have been frequently popping up in Hollywood. Last year saw the release of Rampage and Tomb Raider. More recently, Detective Pikachu released to decent reception, becoming the highest rated video game film. Later this year, Sonic the Hedgehog will be released. Although PlayStation Productions is a new thing for Sony, a couple of its franchises have already been adapted for the big screen. There were the two Tomb Raider films starring Angelina Jolie in the early 2000s. In 2018, the Tomb Raider reboot video game was adapted to mixed reception. In 2016, a CGI adaption of Ratchet and Clank was released. Unfortunately, it bombed at the box office and was negatively received. As for The Last of Us adaptation, there has not been a progress report since 2016, when the film was said to be at a standstill. On the flip side, the Uncharted movie appears to be moving along. Sony has decided to launch its first production company focused on video game adaptations, called PlayStation Productions (via THR). The studio will be headed by Asad Qizilbash and SIE Worldwide Studios chairman Shawn Layden. In an interview with THR, Layden said, "We feel that now is a good time to look at other media opportunities across streaming or film or television to give our worlds life in another spectrum." Layden would go on to say that the studio is taking some inspiration from what Marvel has done in the cinema. In fact, Qizilbash said they talked with different figures to gain an understanding of the film industry, including Kevin Feige. As for why Sony doesn't simply licence its many characters out, Qizilbash says it would be better for PlayStation itself to develop, "One, because we’re more familiar, but also because we know what the PlayStation community loves." Layden would go on to explain the studio's philosophy on creating video game adaptations. Instead of adapting a multi-houred playing experience into a movie, Layden says, "You take the ethos you write from there specifically for the film audience." PlayStation Productions will be working on both television and films. Layden says a property will be adapted to a medium depending on which format best suits the property. PlayStation Productions is an unexpected surprise. For years, the norm was to license out properties to film studios. Even Nintendo, who is very protective of its franchises, is working with Illumination on the Super Mario movie instead of developing the film itself. PlayStation Productions paints an exciting future for video game movie adaptations. It will be very interesting to see which properties are chosen for the big screen, or television. God of War, especially its most recent installment, would at first appear to be best suited for the cinema. But, Game of Thrones has proven that cinematic level stories and dragons can be shown on the smaller screen. Could Crash Bandicoot be turned into an all-ages animated show? If Sony is taking inspiration from Marvel, does that mean we'll see a universe of characters - perhaps Sly Cooper, Ratchet, and Jak? There are a lot of questions that will be answered as time goes on. We're not sure what this means for projects already being developed, such as the Tomb Raider sequel, The Last of Us, or the Uncharted movie. Presumably, these movies will continue outside PlayStation Productions, but time will tell. Thanks to ScreenRant and Hollywood Reporter for the news.
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  4. DJ Khaled took to social media on Wednesday (May 15) to share a letter about a special interaction he had with the late Nipsey Hussle. "Recently, I embarked on a soul-searching journey down a road I never thought I would travel in a million years," he wrote. "It began when a tragedy robbed the world of an enlightened soul, a brother a father, a partner and my friend, Nipsey Hussle." "Just days prior, he shared his energy and positivity with me on a video set for a song called, 'Higher.' After much prayer and reflection; and with the full blessing of the Asghedom family, I am sharing that moment with you." Khaled ended his message by revealing that all proceeds from "Higher" will go to Nipsey's two children, Emani and Kross. The late rapper died on Mar. 31 after he was gunned down outside his Marathon Clothing store in Los Angeles. The producer's upcoming album, Father of Asahd, is out May 17. See his full message at https://www.instagram.com/p/BxgRXXXBVM7/ Thanks to Billboard for the coverage.
  5. Another Survivor winner has been crowned as the Edge of Extinction season came to close Wednesday (May 15th 2019) night on CBS. But as one journey ends, another one begins, and at the end of the reunion show host Jeff Probst revealed the trailer and theme for season 39 of the reality giant. Survivor: Island of the Idols (airing in the fall) will feature a cast of 20 new contestants competing for the million-dollar prize. But, as always, there is a twist. Unbeknownst to the players, two of the game’s legends in Sandra Diaz-Twine (who won both the Pearl Islands and Heroes vs. Villains seasons) and Boston Rob Mariano (who won the Redemption Island installment) will also be out there. When players are sent to the Island of the Idols they will find two living, breathing Survivor idols in Sandra and Boston Rob waiting for them. Sandra and Rob will not actually be playing the game, but instead will serve as advisors to the contestants that visit them; answering questions and offering assistance on any topic, be it strategy, shelter building, or social tips. Whether the players share the secret of the two winners with their fellow contestants when they get back to camp is up to them. So where did the idea for this latest twist come from? “The idea came from wondering how to get a player like Boston Rob, who has said he’d never compete again because he doesn’t feel he’d ever really have a shot to win, to return to the show,” says Probst. “So, the idea of making Rob and Sandra mentors was born. They aren’t playing, they can’t cast a vote, they can’t be voted out, and they can’t win the million dollars. The basic idea is they run a Survivor boot camp. They teach aspects of the game and then give players a chance to test what they’ve learned.” This is actually not the first time a former winner has come back to offer advice to a current contestant. Survivor: Caramoan champ John Cochran returned on a swanky yacht during Survivor: Game Changers to offer advice (as well as a choice of advantages) to Debbie Wanner. But how will the players on the new season (which recently completed filming) use the advantage of leaning on the wisdom of these two Survivor greats? “I could say a lot, but I won’t say anything,” says the host. “But kudos for asking.” DAMN YOU, PROBST! Thanks to Entertainment Weekly for the coverage.
  6. SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched (or don't care about) the finale of Survivor: Edge of Extinction. In a Survivor first, a winner was crowned after playing only 13 days of the game. Chris Underwood was the third person voted out of Survivor: Edge of Extinction way back on day 8. But after biding his time on Extinction Island (and befriending his future jury members), Chris won a challenge to get back in the game on day 35. He then made a flurry of big moves in the final days to pad his thin résumé, including convincing Lauren O’Connell to play a hidden immunity idol on him, giving half of an idol he received upon reentering the game to Rick Devens, who then gave it back to him to play at the final 5, winning the final immunity challenge, and then giving up that immunity to take on (and defeat) Rick in a fire-making competition to send the biggest threat out of the game. In the end, the jury respected the late-game moves — no doubt contrasted against the lack of big plays by fellow finalists Gavin Whitson and Julie Rosenberg — and awarded Chris the title of Sole Survivor and the million-dollar prize that goes along with it. It is sure to be a move debated by Survivor fans for years to come as Chris, who only played a third of the game’s 39 days, becomes the first player to ever win the game after being voted out. This is the fifth season in which Survivor has had a twist in which players voted out returned to the game. The only other time someone whose torch was snuffed made it to the end was back in season 7 when Lillian Morris (who was also voted out third) reentered Survivor: Pearl Islands as part of the Outcasts twist and lost in the finals to Sandra Diaz-Twine by a vote of 6-1. But Chris made friends on Extinction Island, and then played hard enough in the end to win both the jury’s respect and their votes. Thanks to Entertainment Weekly for the coverage.
  7. Netflix has a number of classics leaving during the month of May, but they made sure to cook up a solid batch of original TV shows, films, and classics to keep you streaming throughout the month. Movies and TV Shows Coming May 1 Knock Down the House (Netflix Film) Munafik 2 Angels & Demons Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Casper Chasing Liberty Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion Part 1 & 2 Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat Dumb and Dumber Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Gosford Park Gremlins Hairspray (1988) Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay Her Only Choice Hoosiers Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer: Season 2 John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky Just Friends Revolutionary Road Roswell, New Mexico: Season 1 Scarface Scream Snowpiercer (2013) Taking Lives The Da Vinci Code The Dark Crystal (1982) The Matrix The Matrix Reloaded The Matrix Revolutions To Rome With Love Wedding Crashers Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Zombieland May 2 Colony: Season 3 Olympus Has Fallen May 3 A Pesar De Todo (Netflix Film) All In My Family (Netflix Original) Alles ist gut (Netflix Film) Cupcake & Dino - General Services: Season 2 (Netflix Original) Dead to Me (Netflix Original) Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (Netflix Film) Flinch (Netflix Original) Jo Pil-ho: The Dawning Rage (Netflix Film) The Last Summer (Netflix Film) Mr. Mom Supernatural: Season 14 True and the Rainbow Kingdom: Mushroom Town (Netflix Original) Tuca & Bertie (Netflix Original) Undercover (Netflix Original) May 4 Like Arrows May 7 The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution Queen of the South: Season 3 May 8 Lucifer: Season 4 (Netflix Original) May 9 Bathtubs Over Broadway Insidious May 10 Dry Martina (Netflix Film) Easy: Season 3 (Netflix Original) Gente que viene y bah (Netflix Film) Harvey Girls Forever!: Season 2 (Netflix Original) Jailbirds (Netflix Original) Pose: Season 1 ReMastered: The Lion's Share (Netflix Original) Shéhérazade (Netflix Film) The Society (Netflix Original) Wine Country (Netflix Film) May 12 Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 3 (Netflix Original) May 13 Malibu Rescue (Netflix Original) May 14 revisions (Netflix Anime) Still LAUGH-IN: The Stars Celebrate (Netflix Original) Weed the People May 15 Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed! May 16 Good Sam (Netflix Film) Take Me Home Tonight May 17 1994: Limited Series (Netflix Original) Chip & Potato (Netflix Original) It's Bruno (Netflix Original) Maria (Netflix Film) Morir para contar (Netflix Film) Nailed It!: Season 3 (Netflix Original) See You Yesterday (Netflix Film) The Rain: Season 2 (Netflix Original) Well Intended Love (Netflix Original) White Gold: Season 2 (Netflix Original) May 18 The Blackcoat's Daughter May 20 Prince of Peoria: Part 2 (Netflix Original) Rosario Tijeras (Mexico Version): Season 2 May 21 Arrow: Season 7 Moonlight Wanda Sykes: Not Normal (Netflix Original) May 22 A Tale of Two Kitchens (Netflix Original) One Night in Spring (Netflix Original) The Flash: Season 5 May 23 Riverdale: Season 3 Slasher: Solstice (Netflix Original) May 24 After Maria (Netflix Original) Alta Mar (Netflix Original) Joy (Netflix Film) Rim of the World (Netflix Film) She's Gotta Have It: Season 2 (Netflix Original) The Perfection (Netflix Film) WHAT / IF (Netflix Original) May 27 Historical Roasts (Netflix Original) Outlander: Seasons 1-2 May 28 Disney's The Nutcracker and the Four Realms May 30 Chopsticks (Netflix Film) My Week with Marilyn Svaha: The Sixth Finger (Netflix Film) The One I Love May 31 Always Be My Maybe (Netflix Film) Bad Blood: Season 2 (Netflix Original) Black Spot: Season 2 (Netflix Original) How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast) (Netflix Original) Killer Ratings (Netflix Original) When They See Us (Netflix Original) Special thanks to Complex for the article, I only posted a part of it you can read the full article at https://www.complex.com/pop-culture/netflix-new-releases-this-month.
  8. As Netflix continues to add more new, original content, they have to do the inevitable and remove a number of your favorite movies and TV shows. Movies and TV Shows Leaving May 1 8 Mile Chocolat Cold Justice: Collection 3 Dances with Wolves Disney High School Musical 3: Senior Year Dr. No Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind For Your Eyes Only From Dusk Till Dawn From Russia with Love Godzilla GoldenEye Hostel Jaws Jaws 2 Jaws 3 Jaws: The Revenge Licence to Kill On Her Majesty's Secret Service Sixteen Candles Sliding Doors Somm Somm: Into the Bottle The Birdcage The Dirty Dozen The English Patient The Lovely Bones The Notebook The Other Boleyn Girl Tomorrow Never Dies Watchmen May 11 Switched at Birth: Seasons 1-5 May 15 Bill Nye, the Science Guy: Collection 1 May 19 Disney’s Bridge to Terabithia May 22 The Boss Baby May 24 Southpaw May 31 I Know What You Did Last Summer West Side Story (1961) Special thanks to Complex for this article, I just posted some of it. You can read the full thing at https://www.complex.com/pop-culture/whats-leaving-netflix-releases-this-month
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