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July 22, 2017

SDCC 2017 Once Upon a Time Season 7 Panel Part 1

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Once Upon A Time Cast Talk Season 7 Changes  

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'Once Upon a Time': Emilie de Ravin Books Return in Season 7

The actress, who first joined the ABC fairy tale drama in season 1 as Belle of Beauty and the Beast fame, exited OUAT as a series regular alongside five other actors at the close of season 6. However, when EW sat down with executive producers Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, and David H. Goodman to conduct the first edition of The Hot Seat for season 7, the trio confirmed that de Ravin would return in episode 4 to provide an update on Belle.

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Based off the graphic novel, The Coldest City, Academy Award winner Charlize Theron leads us in the female John Wick, Atomic Blonde. Directed by the co-director of the first John Wick, David Leitch, it is bound to have intense and unbroken phenomenal action choreography. The trailer even has a 30-some second unbroken sequence, reminiscent of The Raid. If a Furiosa Wick doesn’t appeal you enough, how about if I add James McAvoy, Sofia Boutella, and John Goodman… How about now? Espionage action thriller, set in Cold War divided Germany, with a terrific action director and a great cast. I would not even be upset if it’s connected to the John Wick universe.

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Why It Took MTV So Long To Play Black Music Videos

Music TeleVision (MTV) hit America’s airwaves with a sonic boom 25 years ago. The pioneering cable television network also received a deafening tongue-lashing from a super ticked Rick James, who publicly declared it “blatant racism” when MTV refused to air his Super Freak video and other videos by Black artists because they didn’t fit the network’s rock-dominated format.

“A lot of Black asses are going to come together and explode on MTV,” James said in 1983. “There are no Blacks on MTV’s program list except for Tina Turner, and she stopped being Black about 10 years ago. MTV puts on little White punk groups who don’t even have record deals. Blacks are missing exposure and sales.”

Modeled after Top 40 radio, MTV’s video playlist had a meager few Black videos in 1981. Most of its early videos came from England where music videos were already common.

Eddy Grant, Musical Youth and Joan Armatrading were some of the Black artists from that country whose videos were shown during MTV’s inception. Tina Turner, Jon Butcher Axis, The Bus Boys and Donna Summer were some of the other Black artists whose videos were shown because their music fit the format.

James, whose music helped define “punk funk,” fought for two years to have more Black videos shown on MTV. ABC’s “Nightline” featured his much publicized crusade. But the outspoken performer, who died in 2004, became agitated because it seemed as though he was on the battlefield’s front line alone.

“I’m a crusader without an army,” James said. “All these Black artists claim they’re behind me, but when it’s time to make a public statement, you can’t find them … They’re going to let me do all the rapping and get into trouble and then they’ll reap the benefits.”

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July 22, 2017 

SDCC 2017 - cast and writers carpet interview

Once Upon a Time: Emilie de Ravin books return in season 7


Emilie de Ravin will return for at least one episode during Once Upon a Time‘s seventh season, EW has learned exclusively.

The actress, who first joined the ABC fairy tale drama in season 1 as Belle of Beauty and the Beast fame, exited OUAT as a series regular alongside five other actors at the close of season 6. However, when EW sat down with executive producers Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, and David H. Goodman to conduct the first edition of The Hot Seat for season 7, the trio confirmed that de Ravin would return in episode 4 to provide an update on Belle.

At the close of the season, Belle and the other residents of Storybrooke seemed to get their happy endings. However, in a flash-forward to the future, Henry’s (Andrew J. West) daughter Lucy (Alison Fernandez) said his family needed his help, leaving fans worried about the fates of their favorite characters — especially since many of them would not return in full capacity. That was particularly prevalent with Belle since de Ravin would not be returning full-time, while Robert Carlyle would be continuing as Rumple.

Once Upon a Time returns Friday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Get the scoop from the Comic-Con panel here.

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Tonight Better Call Saul is launching its third season. This successful spin-off of AMC’s drama series, Breaking Bad was created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. Set mostly in the years prior to the Breaking Bad story line, it follows the shady lawyer played by Bob Odenkirk, who in Breaking Bad went by the name of Saul Goodman. Better Call Saul, tells the origin story of Goodman, who started out as Jimmy McGill. Our TV critic, David Bianculli, says:

It’s all character, it’s all mood – and, if you’ve been following Saul Goodman’s story all this time, it’s brilliant. Season three, like the previous seasons, opens with a black-and-white sequence set after the events of Breaking Bad, when Saul, once Jimmy, is now hiding in plain sight as a man named Gene, the manager of a Cinnabon store in Omaha. The music played during the scene is the vintage Nancy Sinatra hit “Sugar Town,” perfectly suited to a place with so much icing and sweetness. But Jimmy, Saul, Gene – none of them belongs there, and avoiding his past by toiling there will work for only so long. My dream, and my hope, is that eventually “Better Call Saul” will finish its flashback story of how Jimmy became Saul, and switch to its post-“Breaking Bad” story of what happens to the poor guy next. It could be a prequel, and a sequel, in one… and give us not only a great origin story, but a fabulous new chapter as well. But since Better Call Saul is already the best drama series on TV, just as Breaking Bad was in its time, I’ll happily settle for whatever time frame, and episodes, I can get.

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July 22, 2017

SDCC 2017 - Kitsis, Horowitz, and Goodman carpet interview

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ATOMIC BLONDE Official Red Band Trailer (2017)

From John Wick and Deadpool 2 director David Leitch.

anonymous asked:

Do you know what other CS moments the writers for #6.20 (David H. Goodman and Andrew Chambliss) have written? I kinda hope the writer who are writing for the CS wedding, that just got confirmed, have written nice moments and enjoy them.

Let’s see … both of them have been with the show since the beginning so it makes sense that A&E trusted them with such an important episode. @lizacstuff made a list last night of the significant CS episodes they have both written so I’ll take this time to highlight some of the moments:

Here are a few gifs from episodes that David H. Goodman wrote:

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Here are a few gifs from episodes that Andrew Chambliss wrote:

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I can’t even post gifs for all the great scenes that these two guys have written for CS because this post is long enough already but I think the above examples prove that we’re in good hands!

anonymous asked:

So I looked up the name David H. Goodman. He's been an exec producer for Once since the beginning. Is there a known reason why he was at the SDCC panel? Is there more to it? I didn't even know who he was... I haven't seen video for the panel yet, so I don't know what he contributed. But I'm still curious. Any help??

There’s no reason why they would tell us why he was there. They don’t need to tell us anything about anything. He just answered questions like everyone else did. Plus, I don’t see it why it matters anyway…?

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A Non-Exhaustive List of Disney Characters of Color:

  • The Jungle Book (1967)
    • Mowgli (Bruce Reitherman)
  • Aladdin (1992)
    • Aladdin (Scott Weinger)
    • Princess Jasmine (Linda Larkin)
    • Sultan (Douglas Seale)
    • Jafar (Jonathan Freeman)
    • Razoul (Jim Cummings)
  • The Jungle Book (1994)
    • Mowgli (Jason Scott Lee/Sean Naegeli)
  • Pocahontas (1995)
    • Pocahontas (Irene Bedard/Judy Kuhn)
    • Chief Powhatan (Russell Means)
    • Nakoma (Michelle St. John)
    • Kocoum (James Apaumut Fall)
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
    • Quasimodo’s Mother (Mary Kay Bergman)
    • Esmeralda (Demi Moore/Heidi Mollenhauer)
    • Clopin (Paul Kandel)
  • The Wonderful World of Disney: Cinderella (1997)
    • Cinderella (Brandy)
    • His Royal Highness Prince Christopher Rupert Windermere Vladimir Carl Alexander Francois Reginald Lancelot Herman Gregory James (Paolo Montalban)
    • Fairy Godmother (Whitney Houston)
    • Her MajestyQueen Constantina Charlotte Ermantrude Guinevere Maizy Marguerite Ann (Whoopi Goldberg)
    • Minerva (Natalie Desselle Reid)
  • Mulan (1998)
    • Fa Mulan (Ming-Na Wen/Lea Salonga)
    • Li Shang (BD Wong/Donny Osmond)
    • Yao (Harvey Fierstein)
    • Ling (Gedde Watanabe/Matthew Wilder)
    • Chien-Po (Jerry S. Tondo)
    • Fa Zhou (Soon-Tek Oh)
    • Fa Li (Freda Foh Shen)
    • Grandma Fa (June Foray/Marni Nixon)
    • General Li (James Shigeta)
    • The Emperor (Pat Morita)
    • Chi Fu (James Hong)
    • Shan-Yu (Miguel Ferrer)
  • The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)
    • Emperor Kuzco (David Spade)
    • Pacha (John Goodman)
    • Chicha (Wendie Malick)
    • Chaca (Kellyann Kelso)
    • Tipo (Eli Russell Linnetz)
    • Yzma (Eartha Kitt)
    • Kronk (Patrick Warburton)
  • Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
    • Princess Kida (Cree Summer/Natalie Strom)
    • King Kashekim Nedakh (Leonard Nimoy)
    • Dr. Joshua Strongbear Sweet (Phil Morris)
    • Audrey Rocio Ramirez (Jacqueline Obradors)
  • Lilo & Stitch (2002)
    • Lilo (Daveigh Chase)
    • Nani (Tia Carrere)
    • David Kawena (Jason Scott Lee)
    • Cobra Bubbles (Ving Rhames)
  • Brother Bear (2003)
    • Kenai (Joaquin Phoenix)
    • Sitka (D.B. Sweeney)
    • Denahi (Jason Raize)
    • Tanana (Joan Copeland)
  • Home on the Range (2004)
    • Rico (Charles Dennis)
  • The Princess and the Frog (2009)
    • Tiana (Anika Noni Rose/Elizabeth Dampier)
    • Prince Naveen (Bruno Campos)
    • Eudora (Oprah Winfrey)
    • James (Terrence Howard)
    • Mama Odie (Jenifer Lewis)
    • Dr. Facilier (Keith David)
    • Prince Ralphie (Seth R. Williamson)
  • Once Upon a Time (2011-present)
    • Mulan (Jamie Chung)
    • Jasmine (Karen David)
    • Aladdin (Deniz Akdeniz)
    • Jafar (Oded Fehr [and Naveen Andrews on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland])
    • Rapunzel (Alexandra Metz)
    • Ursula (Merrin Dungey/Tiffany Boone)
    • Merlin (Elliot Knight)
    • Tamara (Sonequa Martin-Green)
  • Sofia the First (2013-present)
    • Princess Hildegard (Coco Grayson)
    • Princess Astrid (no voice actor as of this writing)
    • Princess Clio (Hayley Graham)
    • Prince Khalid (Khamani Griffin)  
    • Princess Jun (Michaela Zee)
    • Princess Maya (Olivia Grace)
    • Princess Leena (Sarah Mitchell)
    • Princess Lani (Abigail Mavity)
    • Prince Zandar (Karan Brar)
    • Prince Jin (Brian Lee)
    • Emperor Quon (James Sie)
    • Empress Lin-Lin (G.K. Bowes)
    • Madam Ubetcha (Nika Futterman)
    • Wu-Chang (Keone Young)
    • Mamanu (Angelique Perrin)
    • Ruby Hanshaw (Diamond White)
    • Helen Hanshaw (Viola Davis)
    • Plank (Phil Morris)
    • Sir Maxwell (Thomas Bromhead)
  • Big Hero 6 (2014)
    • Hiro (Ryan Potter)
    • Tadashi (Daniel Henney)
    • Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.)
    • Go Go (Jamie Chung)
    • Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez)
  • Cinderella (2015)
    • Captain (Nonso Anozie)
    • Princess Chelina of Zaragosa (Jana Perez)
  • The Jungle Book (2016)
    • Mowgli (Neel Sethi)
  • Elena of Avalor (2016-present)
    • Princess Elena (Aimee Carrero)
    • Princess Isabel (Jenna Ortega)
    • Francisco (Emiliano Díez)
    • Luisa (Julia Vera)
    • Chancellor Esteban (Christian Lanz)
    • Mateo (Joseph Haro)
    • Gabe (Jorge Diaz)
    • Armando (Joe Nunez)
    • Prince Alonso (Tyler Posey)
  • Moana (2016)
    • Moana (Auli'i Cravalho)
    • Maui (Dwayne Johnson)
    • Chief Tui (Temuera Morrison)
    • Sina (Nicole Scherzinger)
    • Gramma Tala (Rachel House)
  • Beauty and the Beast (2017)
    • Plumette (Gugu Mbatha-Raw)
    • Madame Garderobe (Audra McDonald)
    • Père Robert (Ray Fearon)
  • Coco (2017)
    • Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez)
    • Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt)
    • Abuelita (Renee Victor)