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Donald Glover Cast as Young Lando Calrissian in Han Solo "Star Wars" Movie

(NEW YORK) -- Let's pray they don't alter this deal any further: Donald Glover will play young Lando Calrissian in an upcoming Han Solo Star Wars film, according to Disney. The untitled movie, which is expected to be released in 2018, will be directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, and will star Alden Ehrenreich as a young Han Solo. The film will focus on Lando and Han Solo as young men. “We're so lucky to have an artist as talented as Donald join us,” Lord and Miller said in a joint statement. “These are big shoes to fill, and…

posted 2016-10-21 18:00:09 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

The Gilmore Girls Get the Toy Treatment

(WASHINGTON) -- Funko, the company that set the Internet on fire with its Golden Girls action figures that debuted at New York Comic Con, is taking two more female TV heroes and giving them the toy treatment: Lorelai and Rory Gilmore.  That's right, the mother-daughter stars of the beloved show The Gilmore Girls -- played by Lauren Graham and Alexis Biedel, respectively, who will be returning to Netflix in November in a new limited series -- will be immortalized in plastic as part of the company's hugely popular Pop! figure line. The set also includes their pal Sookie St. James. Put 'em on your holiday list, as the…

posted 2016-10-21 18:00:04 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Norman Reedus Says "No One Is Safe" on "The Walking Dead"

(NEW YORK) -- Norman Reedus' character Daryl Dixon in the hit AMC series The Walking Dead is arguably one of the most buzzed about heroes on TV. Reedus is greeted like a rock star, attracting hours-long autograph lines at fan conventions -- and his very fate on the show is fiercely protected by fans. "If Daryl dies, we riot," was a tweet that spawned tons of fan-made merch. "No one is safe on the show," Reedus warned Peter Travers, host of ABC's Popcorn With Peter Travers. The show is set to return for a new season this Sunday with at least one high-profile hero death…

posted 2016-10-21 14:00:59 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Lady Gaga Talks Super Bowl, Family & FLOTUS on "Good Morning America"

(NEW YORK) -- Lady Gaga appeared on ABC's Good Morning America on Friday to promote her new album Joanne, out now.  She also talked about her plans for the Super Bowl halftime show she'll be performing in February, saying she's most excited for her family to experience it. Saying she's "absolutely elated" to be performing at the Super Bowl, Gaga added that she wants the show to include some songs from Joanne. The album was inspired by her late aunt, who died at age 19 from lupus.  "I was thinking...about how wonderful it's going to be....at the Super Bowl with my grandmother, who was Joanne's mother,"…

posted 2016-10-21 12:00:48 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

But Can It Wash Off Blood? Get Ready for Season Seven with "Walking Dead" Soap

(NEW YORK) -- While fans bite their nails in anticipation to see who Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan went to bat for -- literally -- in the closing moments of season six of The Walking Dead, let's hope their hands are clean. And what better way to do that than with soap celebrating The Walking Dead?  Creator Denise Mancuso and her family at AJSweetSoap are true TWD fans, and as such have crafted a line of clever soaps to celebrate AMC's runaway hit. Available are severed "ears" reminiscent of the walker trophies strung together by Daryl Dixon on the show: his real-life alter-ego Norman Reedus even happily posed with the unique take on…

posted 2016-10-21 10:00:51 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"Doctor Strange" Premieres in Hollywood

(LOS ANGELES) -- The premiere of the latest Marvel movie, Doctor Strange, took over Hollywood Boulevard Thursday night. Based on the comic book character that debuted in 1963, Dr. Strange is a surgeon who falls from grace who later becomes a sorcerer and master of the mystic arts. The movie version of the comic book stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular hero, along with Tilda Swinton,Benedict Wong, Mads Mikkelsen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams and Benjamin Bratt. Director Scott Derrickson told ABC Radio he’s loved all the Marvel movies so far, but he’s glad he got to helmDoctor Strange, which is a much different entry into the Marvel Universe than say Captain America or Iron…

posted 2016-10-21 08:00:45 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"Jack Reacher" and "Ouija" Sequels; "A Madea Halloween" Among Weekend's New Films

(LOS ANGELES) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday: * Jack Reacher: Never Go Back -- Tom Cruise reprises the titular role from the 2012 original. In this sequel, Jack tries to prove the innocence of the Army major who leads his old investigative unit and is accused of treason. Cobie Smulders also stars in the movie, which is based on the Lee Child book of the same name. Rated PG-13. * Ouija: Origin of Evil -- In 1965 Los Angeles, a young girl is possessed by a spirit, and her family tries to save her from it. This is a sequel to the 2014 horror…

posted 2016-10-21 05:00:42 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Review: “Keeping Up with the Joneses” (PG-13)

(NEW YORK) -- Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher play Jeff and Karen Gaffney, the former a human resources director for a tech company and the latter, an interior designer. They lead extraordinarily ordinary but happy lives, parents of two kids, living in a cul-de-sac in an Atlanta suburb near pretty much everybody Jeff works with. Things become less ordinary when extraordinarily handsome and seemingly perfect couple Tim and Natalie Jones (John Hamm and Gal Gadot) move in next door. Tim claims to be a travel writer and Natalie raises money for Sri Lanka orphans, or something like that. Karen isn’t…

posted 2016-10-21 03:00:29 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Review: “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” (PG-13)

(NEW YORK) -- In this story, former military police commander Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) gets embroiled in an unimaginative and predictable caper with trite dialogue when Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders), the woman who took over his job, is arrested for espionage. You see, Reacher has a crush on Turner and returns to Washington, D.C. to take her on a date. When he shows up at her office and finds out she’s been arrested and replaced, it’s time for Reacher to take action. Further complicating matters: it seems Reacher may or may not have a daughter named Samantha (Danika Yarosh). We’re…

posted 2016-10-21 03:00:29 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio


The Ministry of Silly Walkers: John Cleese Catches You Up on "The Walking Dead"

(LONDON) -- "In case you've been living under a rock -- or hiding under a tank," to quote Monty Python veteran John Cleese, you know that season seven of The Walking Dead kicks off Sunday night on AMC.  Cleese has been tapped by NOW TV to quickly recap all six seasons of the hit show. As a narrator, the comedy legend runs through the entire series, from Rick Grimes' spooky awakening from a coma into the zombie -- ahem, "walker" -- apocalypse, to finding out his best friend has been shagging his wife, right up to the season-six cliffhanger ending, when Jeffrey Dean Morgan's "nutter" named…

posted 2016-10-20 18:00:27 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"How to Get Away With Murder" Star Karla Souza's Still Waiting on Paternity Cliffhanger

(NEW YORK) -- Fans of How to Get Away With Murder are still recovering from the major truth bombs that were dropped during last Thursday night’s episode. Turns out, Karla Souza's Laurel is not the character #UnderTheSheet, but she’s -- spoiler alert -- pregnant? The next new episode won’t air until tonight, and even though Souza chatted with ABC Radio's GMA After Hours, she wasn't spilling any spoilers. Why? Because Shonda Rimes is keeping everybody in the dark -- including the cast. "They haven't told me who the father is!" says Souza.  "I mean, they wrote in enough for you to be sort of like: 'Is…

posted 2016-10-20 14:00:22 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

New Trailer for Old Wolverine: "Logan" First Look

(LOS ANGELES) --  20th Century Fox has revealed the trailer for Logan, Hugh Jackman's last go-round as the titular X-Men hero.  Directed by James Mangold, who helmed well-received hit The Wolverine, the promo spot for Logan shows a very different Wolverine than the basically indestructible, metal-clawed mutant: his regenerative powers waning, he's scarred and suffering from tremors. The moody clip, set to Johnny Cash's haunting cover of "Hurt," shows that Patrick Stewart's once powerful psychic, Professor Xavier, is now frail.  He pins their hopes to a young girl. "She's like you," Professor X tells Logan. "She needs our help."  The girl is apparently a fugitive from a government program…

posted 2016-10-20 12:00:17 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio