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    Naomi Watts Confirmed For David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival; Tom Sizemore Joins Cast

     

    8 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

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    Well, it appears that the rumors are true. A “Mulholland Drive” reunion betweenDavid Lynch and Naomi Watts had been alleged late last year for his new “Twin Peaks” revival on Showtime and according to a new report from Deadline, it’s happening. Watts will be joining Lynch’s show, which revisits the community and scene of a crime some 25-years after the fact. The site also reports that actor formerly-troubled and prison-prone actor Tom Sizemore—who has cleaned up, but hasn’t worked on a substantial film since 2002’s “Big Trouble”—has joined the cast. Lynch is directing all the new “Twin Peaks” installments and the trade adds that the filmmaker is also rumored to be reprising his recurring role from the original series as FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole. Lynch plucked Watts out of obscurity after she had been struggling in Hollywood and was about to quit.

    Elizabeth Banks to Play Villain in ‘Power Rangers’ Movie (Exclusive)

     

    21 hours ago | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

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    Elizabeth Banks is going bad. The actress has signed on to star as the villain inPower Rangers, Lionsgate’s big-screen take on the 1990s kids television show, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Dean Israelite, who helmed the time travel-found footage movie Project Almanac, is on board to direct the project, which is being produced by Saban Films’ Haim Saban and Brian Casentini. as well as Allison Shearmur. A quintet of relative newcomers — Rj Cyler, Becky G,Ludi Lin, Naomi Scott, and Dacre Montgomery — are playing the teens who are infused with powers, forming a colorful team

    SAG Film Awards: Our predictions contest leader reveals how ‘Spotlight’ beat ‘The Big Short’

     

    23 hours ago | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

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    “‘Spotlight’ I believe has this emotional advantage over ‘The Big Short’ and tugs at people (i.e. the SAG actors) who feel that the film brought a sort of justice to the victims. It has a sort of heroic and sympathetic factor to it,” says Jordan DePaola, who got the highest score in our contest to predict the winners of the 2015 SAG Film Awards. (See the full leaderboard right here.) DePaola actually tied with 50 other entrants but racked up the best point total of 8,155 by using his 500 and 200 point bets wisely. Since he is eligible, as per our contest rules, he wins our prize of a $100 Amazon gift certificate. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Oscar Predictions He hails from Americus, Ga where he’s an 18-year-old aspiring screenwriter, director, producer, violist and occasional actor.

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