The studio has bought Ewen’s spec script and hired Matt Lieberman to pen a rewrite. The story, which was developed at Broken Road, revolves around a group of rugged wildfire fighters who meet their match when they rescue a trio of rambunctious children.
Executive VP Matt Dines is overseeing “Playing With Fire” for Paramount.
Paramount Pictures launched Paramount Players in June, with veteran producer and executive Brian Robbins in charge. Robbins is working with Viacom’s Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central, and Bet to generate projects, while the new division focuses on contemporary properties.
In October, Paramount Players acquired rights and set a Jan. 4, 2019, release date to the psychological horror movie “Eli” — its first film to go into production. It also tapped Taraji P. Henson to star in “[link
Set in Harlem, the film opens with a dejected Dax (Lil Rel Howery, “Get Out”), who squandered his life’s savings assembling a street ball team lured away by his foe (Nick Kroll). Eyeing a tournament cash prize, he takes legendary player Uncle Drew on a cross-country journey to round-up his courtmates of yore. These roles are filled by Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal, his Orlando Magic teammate Chris Webber, Indiana Pacers icon Reggie Miller,
Gucci Mane was one of several Atlanta-area rappers who helped popularize the rap sub-genre known as trap music, with the term "trap" referring to the spots where drug deals take place. This style of music often features bleak lyrical content referring to life on the street, violence, poverty and other urban themes. Gucci Mane released his first three albums in 2005, Trap House, Hard to Kill and Trap-a-Thon,
The studio has obtained life rights to Mane, whose real name is Radric Delantic Davis, and movie rights to the book. Imagine’s Brian Grazer and Erica Huggins will produce the project. Mane and Todd Moskowitz will executive produce.
Mane is a pioneer of the hip-hop genre known as trap music. He made his studio album debut in 2005 with “Trap House,” the first of a dozen studio albums, followed by “Hard to Kill.”
The book tells of his childhood in poverty in Alabama and his move to Atlanta, where he became involved in criminal activity. He spent nearly three years in prison starting in 2004 after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. While incarcerated, he began releasing mixtapes from prison with rappers Migos and Young Thug.
Paramount Pictures is teaming up with Imagine Entertainment, which produces the music industry show Empire and was behind the Eminem movie 8 Mile, to adapt The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.
The studio has retained the life rights to Mane, whose real name is Radric Delantic Davis, as well as the movie rights to the book, with the adaptation to be made via the Paramount Players arm.
Imagine’s Brian Grazer and Erica Huggins will produce the project with Mane and Todd Moskowitz acting as executive producer.
Mane is credited...
Khaled recently told The Hollywood Reporter that his 15-month-old baby boy with fiancé Nicole Tuck has a few high-profile fans in his dad’s field of work, including Rihanna and Jay-Z.
“My son loves Rihanna, and he had a talk with Jay-Z,” said the superstar record producer, 42, of Asahd’s experience at the recent 2018 Grammy Awards.
He added, “That’s what I like doing, bringing my son around all greatness.”
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The 20-year-old, who debuted his first-ever single, “It’s Everyday Bro,” earlier this year, just released his latest project, a holiday album titled Litmas.
“I was basically getting ready for Christmas and I heard Christmas music starting to come on in different malls,” Paul tells People exclusively about the inspiration behind his new record.
He continues: “I was like, ‘Yo, I can put my own spin on Christmas in a way that’s more fun for my audience and authentic to myself, and something that the
The No. 1 movie of the year on Apple’s iTunes was Disney’s “Moana,” followed by Disney/Lucafilm’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and Warner Bros. “Wonder Woman.”
In TV, perennial favorites HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory” were the top three programs. New series charting in 2017 included HBO’s “Big Little Lies,” NBC’s “This Is Us,” PBS’s “Victoria” and FX’s “The Americans.”
On Apple Music, Drake had the No. 1 album of the year with “More Life,” while Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” scored the most-downloaded song. Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” has already rocketed to No. 3 on the 2017 top album ranking since its Nov. 10 release
“It’s important to throw your children the biggest birthday parties ever not only to wish them happy birthday and their blessings, but I’m teaching my son it’s his birthday every day,” DJ Khaled told People during the announcement for Fox’s new reality singing competition The Four, where he will sit on the judging panel alongside Meghan Trainor, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Republic Records’ Charlie Walk.
Some of the biggest artists in music have gathered at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater for what promises to be a competitive night of big moments, bold fashions, and for some, serious hardware in the form of Ama statuettes. With eight nominations, Bruno Mars will have the most shots to be recognized, with Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Ed Sheeran and The Chainsmokers following close behind with five nods each.
If you need a refresher, head to Et's Ama Cheat Sheet for the rundown on the night ahead, then tune in for the show 8 p.m. Et/Pt on ABC. Check back here periodically for the winners as they are announced.
Here's the full list (**Winners** in bold):
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Lifetime Achievement Award
Diana Ross **Winner**
Artist Of The Year
· Bruno Mars *Winner*
· The Chainsmokers
· Kendrick Lamar
· Ed Sheeran
New Artist Of The Year
The award-winning singer, producer and actress will receive the honor at the Women in Music dinner and awards ceremony November 30, at the world-renowned Ray Dolby Ballroom in Los Angeles. This highly-regarded event, held in conjunction with the release of Billboard’s Women in Music issue, will also honor the most powerful female executives in the industry.
“Not only is Selena soaring on the charts, but she continuously inspires young women everywhere to be authentic, give back and to not be afraid to use their voice,” said John Amato, president of The Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group. “She is never afraid to speak her mind and has used her platform to advocate for the needs of others. We are thrilled to be able to honor her as our Woman of the Year.
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