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Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi's widow Judy Belushi and "Saturday Night Live" writer Anne Beatts are all set to executive produce a primetime animated comedy series based on "The Blues Brothers".
The comedy characters, played by Aykroyd and John Belushi, originated as a musical sketch on SNL before going on to release their first full-length album as the fictional band in 1978 and then the iconic film in 1980.
The new series will follow Jake and Elwood Blues, along with the characters within their master blues band, as the boys take their act on the road and back to their native Chicago.
Each episode will feature a score and soundtrack curated with the soul, blues and R&B classics and hits performed by the Blues Brothers, as well as new performances made specifically for the show.
History has begun development of "#Cartel," a scripted drama series about the global drug wars and famed drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman.
In development with a script order, the drama will follow El Chapo's rise to power and how drug cartels use social media to maintain their image, recruit new members and threaten rivals.
Donald Trump took a major step toward sewing up the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday with a victory in Indiana’s primary election, dashing the hopes of rival Ted Cruz and other GOP forces who fear the brash businessman will doom their party in the general election.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were vying for victory in the Democratic primary, though it was too early to call the race as votes were being tallied.
You can feel comic-book movies struggling to grow up, slowly and awkwardly. Problem is, they don’t really want to — and it’s not at all clear that growing up is good for business. Comic books and comic-book movies are a consummately American narrative form. Americanism, meaning a worldview or state of mind that permeates much of the human population, far beyond the borders of the United States, is built on the proposition that you never have to grow up.
The pressure on writers, musicians, artists, and others in the creative class to work for free has been building for some time now. The British journalist James Bloodworth sees the crisis as breaking down in distinctive class terms. A columnist for the International Business Times UK, he is all set to release a book called “The Myth of Meritocracy: Why Working-Class Kids Still Get Working-Class Jobs,” a book that turns in part on the way unpaid labor is often required of people who want to enter professions.
In case you haven’t heard, Tilda Swinton will be playing a Tibetan man known as the Ancient One in the film version of “Dr. Strange.” Scarlett Johansson is starring as Major Motoko Kusanagi, who is Japanese, in the Hollywood version of “The Ghost in the Shell.” These are just two of the most high profile and recent examples of a white actor cast as an Asian character in a blockbuster film.