Mark Salling axed from new film But now it seems the filmmaker has had enough of the drama surrounding Salling and sources tell TMZ he is looking to reshoot the star's scenes with a replacement. Shankar will personally fund the reshoots, according to reports - and he plans to donate a ... 05/31/2016 - 7:18 pm | View Link
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New Warriors TV series featuring Squirrel Girl in the works
TVLine reports that Marvel Entertainment and ABC Studios are developing a New Warriors comedy series that would put the spotlight on Squirrel Girl! The outlet says that Marvel and ABC Studios are shopping the property around to cable and streaming outlets.
First appearing in “The Mighty Thor” #411, the New Warriors are described as a junior counterpart to The Avengers. The original New Warriors was created by editor Tom DeFalco who brought together existing Marvel comic book characters Firestar, Marvel Boy, Namorita, Nova and Speedball and added in the newly-created Night Thrasher.
Tonight, Disney is unveiling the new toy line from its upcoming prequel Rogue One: A Star Wars Story via an auteurish-fanboy means.
Rather than just unbox toys across several international time zones like last year’s “Force Friday” which earned an estimated $1B in Star Wars Force Awakens merchandise retails sales, Rogue One toys are being revealed in #GoRogue, a four-part series of fan-made stop-motion animated shorts that spotlight the action figures.
Nick Viall, the runner-up on both Kaitlyn Bristowe's and Andi Dorfman's seasons of The Bachelorette and a current participant on the third season of Bachelor in Paradise, will be the next star of ABC’s The Bachelor when the series returns in January 2017.
The announcement was made live tonight on Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise, and, though apparently a franchise favorite, Viall does nothing to address the long-standing issue of diversity – or lack thereof – in the…