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Hollywood legend Cloris Leachman died Wednesday at the age of 94, leaving behind a legacy that includes iconic roles in television (“The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Phyllis”) and movies (“Young Frankenstein”, “The Last Picture Show.” Tributes from Hollywood, journalists, and fans poured in after her death was announced, many remembering her memorable career and her unique personality. Mel Brooks, who directed Leachman in “Young Frankenstein,” tweeted in memory of his friend. “Such sad news–Cloris was insanely talented. She could make you laugh or cry at the drop of a hat. Always such a pleasure to have on set. Every time I hear a horse whinny I will forever think of Cloris’ unforgettable Frau Blücher. She is irreplaceable, and will be greatly missed.” “Cloris Leachman has passed,” tweeted actor George Takei. “The Oscar and Emmy-winning funny lady stole her way into our hearts and always left us smiling. She was 94. Rest in peace, and save a laugh for us when we get there.” Also Read: 'Raising Hope' Casts Tommy Chong as Cloris Leachman's Stoner Love Interest (Exclusive) Leachman was a powerhouse of talent, whose work spanned years across television, movies, and Broadway. Nominated 22 times for an Emmy and winning eight of those nominations. She was also an actress who was just as well known for her older roles as much as she was known for her more recent ones, thanks to shows like “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” where she played Phyllis Lindstrom, a character that became so popular she eventually headlined her own sitcom. Ed Asner shared a photo from the last time him and Leachman were together, adding the sentiment “Always beautiful. Nothing I could say would top the enormity of my love for you. Until we meet again darling.” PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange released a statement on Leachman’s passing, saying “Animals have lost one of their most dedicated advocates with the passing of Cloris Leachman. A vegetarian since the 1950s, she lent her timeless beauty to PETA’s “Let Vegetarianism Grow on You” ad, her charm to our “Give Thanks & Go Vegetarian!” holiday campaign, and her quirky wit to our spay/neuter public service announcement. It was our honor to present her with a Lifetime Achievement Award for her efforts to help animals great and small, from orcas at SeaWorld and elephants in circuses to caged birds in retirement homes, and we will always treasure her legacy of compassion.” See more reactions below. A picture from the last time I saw you. Always beautiful. Nothing I could say would top the enormity of my love for you. Until we meet again darling. #clorisleachmanrip pic.twitter.com/9etOZo13Kb — Ed Asner (@TheOnlyEdAsner) January 27, 2021 Such sad news—Cloris was insanely talented. She could make you laugh or cry at the drop of a hat. Always such a pleasure to have on set. Every time I hear a horse whinny I will forever think of Cloris’ unforgettable Frau Blücher. She is irreplaceable, and will be greatly missed. — Mel Brooks (@MelBrooks) January 27, 2021 A picture from the last time I saw you. Always beautiful. Nothing I could say would top the enormity of my love for you. Until we meet again darling. #clorisleachmanrip pic.twitter.com/9etOZo13Kb — Ed Asner (@TheOnlyEdAsner) January 27, 2021 God I loved her. RIP #CLORISLEACHMAN pic.twitter.com/aUbEw3rj1k — John Stamos (@JohnStamos) January 27, 2021 “Cloris, you just won the Oscar.” — Bogdonavich, on the set of THE LAST PICTURE SHOW, after she nailed this scene in one take https://t.co/LIol33y2S8 — Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) January 27, 2021 A sad day for us all. She was a treasure. Always outspoken. And so funny. I remember carrying her over my shoulder in #thebeveryhillbillies. Small but mighty #rip 😢👏🏻💔https://t.co/C2C1RIZcoC — Lea Thompson (@LeaKThompson) January 27, 2021 She was Mary's neighbor, Wonder Woman's mom, Frankenstein's right hand, and so much more. She did comedy, drama, noir, and everything between, conquering every role with the consummate aplomb of a true legend. In short, there was no one like Cloris Leachman. Rest well, icon. pic.twitter.com/5iBEFhow57 — Michael Varrati (@MichaelVarrati) January 27, 2021 “HE WAS MY BOYFRIEND” RIP CLORIS LEACHMAN — Joy Behar (@JoyVBehar) January 27, 2021 RIP one of the funniest people who will ever live. We'll miss you, Cloris Leachman. pic.twitter.com/FzHPCzf1yk — Brian Lynch (@BrianLynch) January 27, 2021 Rest in peace Cloris Leachman you will always inhabit my sense of humour. Thank you — Peter Frampton (@peterframpton) January 27, 2021 RIP the very funny Cloris Leachman. [Horses neighing.] pic.twitter.com/vpUcd8ICff — Jeremy Newberger (@jeremynewberger) January 27, 2021 RIP Cloris Leachman. Thank you for the laughs. 🙏🏻 — Lauren Holly (@LaurenHolly) January 27, 2021 Rest in Peace, Cloris Leachman, you hilarious broad. pic.twitter.com/3UM8j83gwY — Tom and Lorenzo (@tomandlorenzo) January 27, 2021 God bless and Rest In Peace to the wonderful Cloris Leachman. She was just the fucking best (she would have wanted me to swear) pic.twitter.com/alW23YIJCe — 𝗲𝗹𝗶𝗮𝘀 𝘁𝗼𝘂𝗳𝗲𝘅𝗶𝘀 (@EliasToufexis) January 27, 2021 Cloris Leachman has passed. The Oscar and Emmy-winning funny lady stole her way into our hearts and always left us smiling. She was 94. Rest in peace, and save a laugh for us when we get there. — George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) January 27, 2021 Cloris Leachman. Everything she did seemed like the role she was born to play. Her Oscar-winning dramatic chops. Her wild comedy swings. Her relatable roles. Her freakish roles. She was in complete control of her craft and seemed to never think twice about it. A legend. — Louis Virtel (@louisvirtel) January 27, 2021 RIP #ClorisLeachman – Oscar-winning Hollywood legend best remembered for her Emmy-winning turn in The Mary Tyler Moore show. I met her some years ago and she was every bit the acerbic, old school tinsel town dame – they don’t make ‘em like that anymore. pic.twitter.com/ayWT0Tpcf4 — JONATHAN SOTHCOTT (@sothcott) January 27, 2021 I interviewed Cloris Leachman a little over 10 years ago and this was how our conversation began. Just an extraordinary talent. #RIP https://t.co/aV7jxGeuJq pic.twitter.com/YvUQvQtk5x — Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) January 27, 2021 Cloris Leachman — Oscar and Emmy-winning screen icon — has died at the age of 94. Hard to pick a favorite role from her legendary career. I'm partial to her work in MARY TYLER MOORE and FACTS OF LIFE, but love YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN and HISTORY OF THE WORLD too. What a loss 😢 pic.twitter.com/sFEbPApiVN — Dave Quinn (@NineDaves) January 27, 2021 Cloris Leachman was a true comedy queen. May she rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/VwSOql0j8D — Brandon T. Snider (@BrandonTSnider) January 27, 2021 Once had the honor to spend an afternoon with Cloris Leachman who was full of great stories. Here she is on leading man Frank Sinatra. pic.twitter.com/w09kfJE7Yv — Jenelle Riley (@jenelleriley) January 27, 2021 Farewell, Cloris Leachman. You were wonderful. — Jon Weisman (@jonweisman) January 27, 2021 Read original story Cloris Leachman Remembered by Mel Brooks, Ed Asner and More: ‘Irreplaceable’ At TheWrap
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In a matter of days, AMC Theatres has moved from its death bed to a penthouse suite, as the nation’s largest cinema chain continued its recent Wall Street surge on Wednesday, with its stock price skyrocketing 301%. Industry experts say there’s little reason for AMC executives to be concerned about the sustainability of the sudden spike. What’s behind the monumental move? AMC now finds itself at the center of a trading “revolution,” according to Gerber Kawasaki financial advisor Brett Sifling, thanks to Reddit users on the popular Wall Street Bets forum throwing their collective support behind the theater chain. Wall Street Bets has been targeting big-name companies that have fallen on hard times and are heavily shorted by hedge funds. (GameStop, which has seen its stock price run from $20 to $320 in a matter of weeks behind strong Wall Street Bets support, has been the movement’s poster child. Elon Musk sending a supportive tweet about WSB on Tuesday didn’t hurt GameStop’s momentum, either.) And AMC, which has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic, certainly fits the mold. Up until a few days ago, AMC was facing imminent demise, with the company warning it was close to running out of...Read original story Inside AMC’s Wall Street Surge: A ‘David Vs Goliath’ Reddit Battle At TheWrap
“Shrill” is set to end with its upcoming third season at Hulu, TheWrap has confirmed. The Aidy Bryant-led series is set to return with its final eight-episode run later this spring. The series, originally an adaptation of Lindy West’s “Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman,” went into production on Season 3 last fall, preventing Bryant from participating in the election season episodes of “Saturday Night Live.” Also Read: Aidy Bryant on How the Coronavirus Is Shaping Both 'SNL' and 'Shrill' “‘Shrill ‘has been one of the most creatively satisfying experiences of my life, a true labor of love for me and everyone who worked so hard on it,” Bryant said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, which first broke the news. “We are incredibly proud of this upcoming third and final season and are so grateful to the audience who connected with this story. I am deeply honored to have worked so closely with the writers, cast and crew to make ‘Shrill’ while continuing my work at ‘SNL,’ it is a time I will never forget. I have endless love for our crew in Portland and I am excited to get back to NY and rejoin my other work family at ‘SNL’ in the meantime.” In addition to starring on the series, Bryant also serves as executive producer alongside Lorne Michaels, Andrew Singer, Lindy West, Elizabeth Banks, Max Handelman and showrunner Ali Rushfield. The series hails from Warner Bros., Broadway Video, and Brownstone Productions. Read original story Aidy Bryant’s ‘Shrill’ to End With Season 3 at Hulu At TheWrap
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An animated “Game of Thrones” spinoff is in early development at HBO Max, according to multiple reports. The series, which has no writers or other talent attached, would be the third known spinoff of HBO’s popular Emmy-winning series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. THR added that meetings with writers for the adult-leaning series are underway, though it’s not a given it moves forward. HBO Max declined to comment. Also Read: 'Game of Thrones' Prequel 'Tales of Dunk and Egg' in the Works at HBO The series joins the already-ordered prequel series “House of the Dragon” and an adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s “Game of Thrones” prequel novellas “Tales of Dunk and Egg.” Additionally, HBO is listening to other pitches for “GoT” spinoffs, one of which is a prequel series based on Robert’s Rebellion, the war for Iron Throne that threw Westeros into chaos before the plot of “Game of Thrones” begins, according to Entertainment Weekly. “House of the Dragon,” based on Martin’s “Fire & Blood,” is set 300 years before the events of “Game of Thrones” and tells the story of House Targaryen. Paddy Considine who star as King Viserys Targaryen. The cast also includes Olivia Cooke, Matt Smith and Emma D’Arcy. “House of the Dragon” is co-created by co-created by Martin and “Colony” co-creator Ryan Condal. Miguel Sapochnik — who directed several fan-favorite episodes of “GoT,” such as “The Long Night,” “Battle of the Bastards” and “Hardhome” — and Condal will serve as co-showrunners on “House of the Dragon” and executive produce alongside Martin, Vince Gerardis and Sara Lee Hess. Sapochnik will direct the pilot and additional episodes. Read original story Animated ‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoff in Development at HBO Max At TheWrap
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“Mulan” star Jason Scott Lee has joined Disney+’s reboot of “Doogie Howser” — titled “Doogie Kameāloha” — as the titular character’s dad, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. Peyton Elizabeth Lee will play the 16-year-old wunderkind doctor, while Kathleen Rose Perkins plays her mom. Set in modern-day Hawaii, the 10-episode comedy follows Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha (Peyton Elizabeth Lee), a mixed-race 16-year-old girl, juggling a budding medical career and life as a teenager. Guiding Lahela (and also complicating things) is her family, including her spitfire Irish mother (Perkins) who’s also her supervisor at the hospital, and her “Local Boy” father (Jason Scott Lee) who struggles to accept that his daughter is no longer his little girl. Also Read: Disney+'s 'Doogie Howser' Reboot Finds New Female Doogie Lee is coming off his starring role in Disney’s live-action “Mulan” where he played the villain Bori Khan. He is of half-Hawaiian, half-Chinese descent and was raised in Hawaii. “Doogie Kameāloha, M.D.” is written and executive produced by Kourtney Kang and produced by 20th Television, a part of Disney Television Studios. Jake Kasdan, Melvin Mar and Dayna and Jesse Bochco will executive produce the series. Jake Kasdan will direct the first episode. The original “Doogie Howser, M.D.” starred a very young Neil Patrick Harris as a teenage physician balancing the challenge of practicing medicine with the everyday problems of teenage life. The show ran for four seasons on ABC, from 1989-1993, and was created by Steven Bochco and David E. Kelley. Bochco died in 2018; his widow, Dayna, and son, Jesse, will executive produce the reboot alongside Kang, Jake Kasdan and Melvin Mar. Deadline was first to report on Lee’s casting. Read original story ‘Mulan’ Star Jason Scott Lee Joins Disney+’s ‘Doogie Howser’ Reboot At TheWrap
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Dan Lin and his Rideback production banner have signed a first-look agreement with Universal Pictures, Universal president Peter Cramer announced on Wednesday. Lin has produced films that have grossed over $5 billion worldwide, including “The Lego Movie” franchise, Stephen King’s “It” and the “Sherlock Holmes” franchise, as well as Disney’s live-action “Aladdin.” The first-look production deal kicks off with projects in development at Universal. Rideback is also developing the next movie in the Lego franchise, whose film rights were acquired by Universal in April in a new five-year deal. Also Read: Millie Bobby Brown to Star, Russo Brothers to Direct 'Electric State' Adaptation at Universal “Dan and his team at Rideback have an exceptional track record producing major franchises, animation and prestige films,” Cramer said. “Additionally, with Rideback Ranch, he has created a groundbreaking filmmaking community, and his commitment to cultivating talent across the industry perfectly complements our studio’s own efforts and values. We are thrilled to welcome Dan and Rideback to Universal and look forward to a partnership in the years to come that builds upon his amazing run of success.” Lin added: “As a 22-year-old kid, I started my entertainment career at Universal and was thrilled to walk the hallowed halls of the Black Tower every day. Twenty-five years later, I’m returning to Universal and feel that same excitement about partnering with Donna, Peter and the entire Universal film team. As they boldly innovate new approaches to making and distributing movies, we are excited to bring Rideback’s collaborative, filmmaker-focused approach to this new partnership with Universal.” Lin is the founder and CEO of Rideback and oversees the company’s film operations along with Rideback’s president of film, Jonathan Eirich. Also Read: Jamie Dornan to Star on 'The Tourist' Limited Series at HBO Max Rideback’s other recent credits include “The Two Popes.” The company is currently in production on the CW series “Walker” and in pre-production on a live-action “Avatar: The Last Airbender” series for Netflix. Rideback also recently produced the FOX series “Lethal Weapon.” Prior to launching Rideback in 2008, Lin served as SVP of production for Warner Bros. Pictures, where he oversaw the development and production of films such as Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed.” Read original story Dan Lin’s Rideback Production Banner Signs First-Look Deal With Universal Pictures At TheWrap
Dylan McDermott has joined the cast of NBC’s upcoming “Law & Order” series “Organized Crime,” the network announced Wednesday. Character details are being kept under wraps, but the “American Horror Story” alum joins Christopher Meloni in the “Law & Order: SVU” spinoff. The series will see Meloni’s character of Elliot Stabler returning to the NYPD as the head of an organized crime unit after a “devastating personal loss.” Per NBC, “Stabler will aim to rebuild his life as part of a new elite task force that is taking apart the city’s most powerful criminal syndicates one by one.” Also Read: 'This Is Us,' Dick Wolf's 'Chicago' Franchise, 'The Voice' Get Fall Premiere Dates at NBC “Law & Order: Organized Crime” was ordered straight-to-series last spring and was originally set to debut on the network alongside the rest of its fall programming. However, the show was delayed after losing showrunner Matt Olmstead. “The L Word” co-creator Ilene Chaiken was tapped to replace Olmstead last month. Dick Wolf is creator and executive producer on “Organized Crime,” with Chaiken, Terry Miller, Fred Berner, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski executive producing. Read original story Dylan McDermott Joins Christopher Meloni in ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ At TheWrap