Stephen Curry is still feeling the glow of winning the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament last weekend.
Stephen Curry is still feeling the glow of winning the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament last weekend.
Gene Maddaus Senior Media Writer Michael Latt, a film marketing consultant who worked closely with Ryan Coogler and Common on a series of social justice campaigns, was shot and killed at his home on Monday night, the LAPD has confirmed. Latt, 33, was the founder and CEO of Lead With Love, a social impact marketing agency. In addition to Coogler and Common, he worked with Ava DuVernay, Barry Jenkins, and studios like Warner Bros.
The Hollywood community is in a state of shock and mourning for Michael Latt, the Lead With Love chief exec who was murdered on his doorstep Monday night.
Naman Ramachandran Jon Hamm, Ryan Coogler and Molly Shannon are among the luminaries headlining a new podcast that reunites former Sundance Film Festival directors John Cooper and Tabitha Jackson. Titled “The Film That Blew My Mind,” the first season of the podcast will have 20 episodes and will be co-hosted by Cooper and Jackson.
EXCLUSIVE: The International Documentary Association announced the lineup for its prestigious FallDocs 2023 program, featuring a slew of Oscar contending nonfiction films as well as more than two dozen films that haven’t yet nailed down distribution.
Lupita Nyong’o has paid tribute to her Black Panther co-star Chadwick Boseman on the third anniversary of his death.Boseman passed away on August 28, 2020 from colon cancer aged 43, leading to a flood of tributes from fans and stars alike.Taking to Instagram to share a black-and-white photo of Boseman at an airport, she wrote: “Three years ago today, I experienced a singular pain at the news of Chadwick Boseman’s death. The confusion was so profound that it took months to trust the feeling of joy again.“This is a photo I took on film at the airport as we arrived in South Korea in 2018.
William Earl Variety is adding to its video team. The industry’s leading entertainment publication has hired Ethan Bellows, a veteran video producer with a strong background in digital storytelling, as the head of production. Bellows, who spent a decade at Entertainment Weekly as a senior producer, will be overseeing video coverage for Variety‘s live events as well as producing the magazine’s biggest video series such as Directors on Directors, which last year featured everyone from James Cameron to Ryan Coogler to Taylor Swift.
Addie Morfoot Contributor Oakland natives Ryan Coogler and Peter Nicks met in 2012 when Cooglar was making “Fruitville Station” and needed help securing access to a location. Nicks, who was finishing his first feature documentary, “The Waiting Room, came to the rescue. Nine years later, Cooglar hired Nicks to run the nonfiction arm of his production company Proximity Media, which has a five-year overall exclusive television deal with The Walt Disney Co. The fruits of that partnership have been revealed this summer. Proximity’s first feature documentary, “Anthem,” which Nicks directed, was released in June on Hulu. On July 21, Nicks’ “Stephen Curry: Underrated” will debut on Apple TV +. The doc, which chronicles the NBA star’s life and career, made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January.
Adele is seemingly a huge Rocky fan and when she recently made an offer to buy Sylvester Stallone’s mansion, she made it contingent that she keep the poolside statue of the fictional boxer.
Jem Aswad Executive Editor, Music Omar Apollo, Brandy Clark and Coco Jones performed and three people were honored Tuesday night at the first T.J. Martell Foundation since 2019, which raised more than $1.3 million for cancer research. The honorees included Warner Records Co-Chairman and COO Tom Corson, who received the Lifetime Music Industry Award; Def Jam Chief Creative Officer and executive VP Archie Davis, who received the Rising Music Superstar Award; Grammy Award-winning and Tony-nominated songwriter/producer Shane McAnally, who received the Spirit of Music Award. The event was hosted by Gala Co-Chairs and Board Chairman John Esposito, Tunji Balogun, Aaron Bay-Schuck, Robert Carlton, Steve Gawley, Laura Swanson and Julie Swidler.
Thania Garcia The T.J. Martell Foundation will be honoring three music industry veterans for its 45th annual New York Honors Gala, which returns to the City for the first time since 2019 on June 13. This year’s honorees include Warner Records Co-Chairman and COO Tom Corson, who will receive the Lifetime Music Industry Award; Chief Creative Officer and executive VP at Def Jam Recordings Archie Davis, recipient of the Rising Music Superstar Award; and Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer Shane McAnally, who will receive the Spirit of Music Award. Gala Co-Chairs and Board Chairman John Esposito, Tunji Balogun, Aaron Bay-Schuck, Robert Carlton, Steve Gawley, Laura Swanson and Julie Swidler, will be hosts for the evening. Filmmaker Ryan Coogler, R&B star Coco Jones, and singer-songwriter Brandy Clark will provide entertainment.
The class of 2023! Some of the world’s most distinguished people were honored at the Time100 Gala on Wednesday, April 26.
The story of one of the most influential players in NBA histroy will be released in theaters and via Apple TV+ this summer.
These stars have some major pull.
Deadline’s Most Valuable Blockbuster tournament took a hiatus during the pandemic as movie theaters closed for the majority of 2020-2021 and theatrical day-and-date titles on both the big screen and studios’ respective streaming platforms became more prevalent. Coming back from that brink, the studios have largely returned to their theatrical release models and the downstream monies they can bring. Not to mention their power in launching IPs around the world with big global marketing campaigns. When it comes to evaluating the financial performance of top movies, it isn’t about what a film grosses at the box office. The true tale is told when production budgets, P&A, talent participations and other costs collide with box office grosses, and ancillary revenues from VOD to DVD and TV. To get close to that mysterious end of the equation, Deadline is repeating our Most Valuable Blockbuster tournament for 2022, using data culled by seasoned and trusted sources.
“The X-Files” will return with a new face.
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler is set to reboot The X-Files without Mulder and Scully.Speaking on Canadian radio show On the Coast, original series creator Chris Carter revealed that the rebooted version will take the story in a different direction with a diverse cast.“I just spoke to a young man, Ryan Coogler, who is going to remount The X-Files with a diverse cast. So, he’s got his work cut out for him because we covered so much territory,” said Carter.On changing the show’s focus, he added: “We’re so steeped in conspiracies now.
news on Gloria Macarenko’s CBC radio show “On the Coast With Gloria Macarenko.”After Macarenko asked how the showrunner would make the series for today, he mentioned that the effort was already in progress. “Actually there’s a — I just spoke to a young man Ryan Coogler, who is going to remount the ‘X-Files’ with a diverse cast,” Carter said.
There’s a new version of The X-Files on the horizon from Ryan Coogler, according to series X-Files Chris Carter.
Imagine Entertainment co-founders, Oscar winners and USC School of Cinematic Arts alums Brian Grazer and Ron Howard will deliver the school’s commencement address in May, the university said Thursday.
Extremely devastating news: MGM and United Artists Releasing Distribution Boss Erik Lomis has died suddenly at his home in Santa Monica, CA, we have learned from sources. No details were provided in regards to his death. Lomis was a towering figure behind many filmmakers’ hits including those from Quentin Tarantino, Paul Thomas Anderson, Adam McKay, Sylvester Stallone, Ryan Coogler, David O. Russell, Lee Daniels, Tom Hooper to name a few and most recently Michael B. Jordan with Creed III.
Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor Satellite radio and podcast company SiriusXM extended its relationship with Kevin Hart and his entertainment company, Hartbeat, in a new multiyear deal. Under the agreement, Hartbeat will continue to curate content on Hart’s Laugh Out Loud Radio (SiriusXM channel 96), where all of Hartbeat’s audio programs will premiere exclusively — and the channel will have the exclusive first window on a previously unreleased stand-up album from late comedy legend Bernie Mac. Hart, who first struck a deal with SiriusXM in 2017, will continue to host his show and podcast, the newly renamed “Gold Minds With Kevin Hart” (formerly called “Comedy Gold Minds”), which debuts its new season Wednesday (March 15) at 7 p.m. ET exclusively on SiriusXM. In the season premiere, the comedian-actor-producer-entrepreneur will host filmmaker Ryan Coogler, and the duo will discuss his career journey, working with Michael B. Jordan across multiple projects including “Creed III,” and receiving guidance from the likes of Denzel Washington, Forest Whitaker, Sylvester Stallone and Christopher Nolan along the way.
An eye-catching fashion choice is not sitting well with some Oscar watchers.
Rihanna took to the stage at the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday and gave viewers a show-stopping rendition of her Oscar-nominated single, “Lift Me Up,” from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack.
win Best Picture still seemed crazy. After all, nobody had seen any of the fall festival movies that often dominate the awards lineup.
Rihanna took to the stage at the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday and gave viewers a show-stopping rendition of her Oscar-nominated single, «Lift Me Up,» from the soundtrack. Wearing a gorgeous, shimmering shirt and trouser pants set, Rihanna sang the ballad penned by herself, singer Tems, Oscar winner Ludwig Göransson and director Ryan Coogler. The song serves as a tribute to Chadwick Boseman, who played King T'Challa, aka Black Panther, and died at the age of 43 after a four-year battle with colon cancer. The Oscars audience was in awe as Rihanna belted out her ballad, hitting every high note with power and grace.
to watch Rihanna perform. The singer is nominated, alongside collaborators including director Ryan Coogler, for best original song for “Lift Me Up” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and her performance was easily a highlight of the night.The 35-year-old swapped her leather cutout look from the red carpet for a custom John Galliano for Maison Margiela two-piece ensemble consisting of a bra top with beaded details and a pair of wide-leg trousers covered in floral appliques. At her last big performance, the Super Bowl, Rih decided to stick with just one outfit the whole time, , “My goal is to do [no costume changes].
Julia MacCary editor Rihanna went from the Super Bowl to the Academy Awards this year, delivering an uplifting performance of the Oscar-nominated song “Lift Me Up” from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” at Sunday’s awards show. And while by necessity she had to lip sync at her recent halftime appearance, many in the audience at the Dolby Theatre and at home were struck by the power and emotiveness of her live vocals.Rihanna performs "Lift Me Up" at the #Oscars. https://t.co/ndiKiHfmID pic.twitter.com/cyESzOZnmm “Lift Me Up” is Rihanna’s first single after a long drought of new material being released, and it earned the singer her first Oscar nod. The music was created by Rihanna, Tems, “Black Panther 2” director Ryan Coogler and composer Ludwig Göransson, with Tems and Coogler penning the lyrics.
swooped in to deliver a powerhouse performance of “Hold My Hand” at the last minute on Sunday — RiRi still got the prime spot as the final Best Song performer.Backed by strings and a choir, she shined in a sparkly, bejeweled black gown while delivering a solemn yet gospel-spirited rendition of “Lift Me Up” that drew a standing O from the audience — including boyfriend A$AP Rocky — as much for Bosemanas for her performance.But it remained to be seen if Rihanna and her co-writers — producer Ludwig Göransson, “Wakanda Forever” director Ryan Coogler and Nigerian artist Tems — would take home the Best Original Song Oscar.“Lift Me Up” — released last October and serving as Rihanna’s comeback single after a lengthy music hiatus — faces stiff competition from Lady Gaga’s “Top Gun: Maverick” track “Hold My Hand” as well as “Naatu Naatu,” the “RRR” ditty that became the first tune from an Indian film to win the Golden Globe for Best Original Song in January.The other contenders include “Applause,” the “Tell It Like a Woman” tune that scored the 14th nomination for perennial Best Song bridesmaid Diane Warren; and “This Is a Life,” the “Everything Everywhere All at Once” number performed and co-written by Son Lux’s Ryan Lott, David Byrne and Mitski.Follow The Post’s Oscars 2023 live coverage Rihanna’s Oscar night appearance continues an impressive streak for the pop superstar.
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