It’s not a lie: “Pinocchio” is becoming a stop-motion animated musical, written and directed by Guillermo del Toro.
Netflix announced Monday that the Oscar-winning director of “The Shape of Water” has found a home for his lifelong passion project on the streaming platform. The film also marks the animated feature directorial debut for Del Toro, who has served as an executive producer on DreamWorks Animation films including “Puss in Boots,” “Kung Fu Panda 3” and “Rise of the Guardians,” and as a producer on “The Book of Life.”
The re-imagining of the classic tale will be set in Italy during the 1930s, a period that saw the rise of fascism under Benito Mussolini. Production is expected to begin this fall.
Marvel's "Luke Cage" will not return for a third season, Netflix announced Friday.
The announcement came a week after the studio and streaming service announced the cancellation of fellow "Defenders" series "Iron Fist" and on the day the long-awaited third season of "Daredevil" premiered.
"Unfortunately, Marvel's 'Luke Cage' will not return for a third season," Marvel and Netflix said on Friday. "Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem's Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series."
Disney’s film adaptation of its classic theme park ride, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, will hit theaters July 24, 2020, the studio announced Friday morning. It was previously set to be released Oct. 11, 2019.
“Ladies and gentlemen and children of all ages. My partner in crime, Emily Blunt and I, lovingly invite you to join us for THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME,” Johnson saidon social media, as part of the announcement. “What could possibly go wrong? All aboard...”
Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner were married Thursday in upstate New York, reportedly exchanging vows in front of about 80 friends and family.
The supermodel sent out a heart and the “10.18.2018” date with a wedding picture of the newlyweds Thursday on social media, confirming the deed had been done.
Kloss wore a custom Dior gown, according to People, which had some details from what a friend called an “intimate and moving” ceremony. “They’re excited to build their future together,” the friend said.
Lenny Letter, the feminist content site founded by Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner, is shutting down.
Subscribers were notified Friday that the site, which began as a newsletter in 2015, will close that day, confirming reports that emerged Thursday from Digiday and the New York Post. Staff and contributors were informed days before. Dunham, Konner and reps for Lenny Letter and Condé Nast have not yet responded to a request for comment.
“When we began plotting Lenny almost four years ago, we were casually referring to this venture as our cool older sister — someone who’s been there, done that, someone who’s learned from her successes and her failures,” read the final send to subscribers on Friday.