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Gal Gadot Set to Star in Upcoming James Bond-Style Spy Film Heart of Stone

Move over, James Bond — there’s going to be a new spy in town.



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Gal Gadot is set to star in Heart of Stone, the first film in Skydance Media’s potential international spy franchise, which will have a “female spin,” according to Deadline.

The Old Guard’s Greg Rucka and Allison Schroeder, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Hidden Figures, will write the script, the outlet reported. Meanwhile, director Tom Harper, whose credits include The Aeronauts and Wild Rose, is in talks to head the production.



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The film will also be released through Gadot’s production company Pilot Wave, which she formed in Oct. 2019 with husband Jaron Varsano.

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Margot Robbie set to replace Emma Stone in La La Land director’s new movie

Emma Stone is no longer set to reunite with La La Land director Damien Chazelle for his new movie Babylon.



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According to Deadline, Stone is exiting the project because of scheduling reasons and Margot Robbie is in talks to take over the female lead role. Brad Pitt is also on board to star in the movie, so Robbie would be re-teaming with her Once Upon a Time in Hollywood co-star.

Babylon is a period drama set in Hollywood around the time that the industry was transitioning from silent films to ‘talkies’. Paramount originally set a release date for Christmas Day 2021, but with the ongoing pandemic, that may now be subject to delay.

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Margot Robbie set to replace Emma Stone in new movie Babylon with Brad Pitt

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A Once Upon a Time in Hollywood reunion looks set to be on the cards, with reports emerging that Margot Robbie will replace Emma Stone in an upcoming movie starring Brad Pitt.

Emma Stone has been forced to bow out of period Hollywood drama Babylon due to scheduling reasons according to Deadline, with The Suicide Squad‘s Margot Robbie tipped to replace her alongside Pitt.

Babylon – which will be directed by La La Land‘s Damien Chazelle – has been in the works for over a year and is currently set for a late 2021, early 2022 release, just in time for the awards season.



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Florence Pugh Masks Up for Afternoon on Set of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ in Palm Springs

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Florence Pugh Masks Up for Afternoon on Set of 'Don't Worry Darling' in Palm Springs

Florence Pugh is spending another long day on set of Don’t Worry Darling!

The 24-year-old Oscar-nominated actress was seen staying safe in a face mask while on set of her new Olivia Wilde-directed movie on Wednesday (December 2) in Palm Springs, Calif.

Florence was seen wearing a black dress and showed off her character’s diamond engagement ring and was spotted running across set to film her next scene.

The day before, Florence was spotted filming scenes with her on-screen husband Harry Styles outside of the characters’ house.

Not much is known about the film, but reportedly, “the setting is an isolated, utopian community in the 1950s California desert and centers on a housewife who uncovers a disturbing truth about her seemingly perfect life.”

Last month filming on Don’t Worry Darling was halted for a few weeks after a crew member tested

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence Look Unrecognizable on Set of New Movie

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence are back to work with new looks.

The two Oscar-winning stars were photographed on the set of their upcoming film, Don’t Look Up, at South Station in Boston on Tuesday. In the pics, Lawrence, 30, rocks a mustard sweater, forest green jacket and dark jeans. She’s also sporting red hair and blunt bangs.

DiCaprio, 46, wearing glasses and with a shaggy haircut wears a checkered shirt, with a dark blazer and jeans. The two roll their luggage as they walk along the train platform.

Directed by Adam McKay, Don’t Look Up follows Lawrence and DiCaprio as astronomers who try to warn everyone on Earth that a giant meteorite will destroy the planet in six months. The film includes a star-studded cast including Meryl Streep, Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Matthew Perry and Ariana Grande among others.



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Jennifer Lawrence fans rejoice as she’s spotted alongside Leonardo DiCaprio on set after movie break



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Jennifer Lawrence has been spotted on set of her new film alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.

The Oscar-winning actors will play the lead roles in Netflix comedy Don’t Look Up, which is currently being directed by Adam McKay (The Big Short, Vice) in Boston.

It marks one of Lawrence’s first films after taking a year-long acting hiatus. She has also completed work on a mystery A24 drama titled Red, White and Water.

The break means that it will have been more than two years since Lawrence was seen on screen in films Red Sparrow and X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which were released in 2019.

“Yes, that is Academy Award winner, movie star Jennifer Lawrence back on a film set,” one fan wrote.

Another excitedly added: “JENNIFER LAWRENCE IS BACK ON A FILM SET NATURE IS HEALING.”

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LaVar Arrington, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Plaxico Burress set to host new Fox Sports Radio show

Fox Sports Radio is set to launch a new weekend sports talk show with three former NFL stars – LaVar Arrington, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, and Plaxico Burress, the network confirmed in a Front Office Sports report. 

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The talk show, which will also be unveiled as a podcast, will be called “Up On Game” and feature no traditional host. It’s set to debut Dec. 5 with a broadcast time of 1-3 p.m. ET on Fox Sports Radio’s 400 stations. 

“LaVar, TJ, and Plaxico have such unique perspectives, which will make for a truly unique and entertaining listen. This is not going to sound like any other talk show,” Fox Sports Radio vice president of sports programming Scott Shapiro said in a statement provided to Front Office Sports.

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Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone Set Workplace Comedy ‘God’s Favorite Idiot’ at Netflix

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Netflix has picked up the workplace comedy series “God’s Favorite Idiot” from executive producers and stars Ben Falcone and Melissa McCarthy.

The 16-episode series stars Falcone as mid-level tech support employee Clark Thompson who finds love with his co-worker Amily Luck (McCarthy) at exactly the same time he becomes the unwitting messenger of God. The series description also promises “roller skating, a lake of fire and an impending apocalypse.”

Falcone is creator of the series, and will executive produce with McCarthy via their On The Day production company.

Michael McDonald, whose previously worked on McCarthy and Falcone’s TV Land/Paramount Network series “Nobodies,” will serve as a director and an executive producer.

The project marks the sixth collaboration between the husband and wife duo after most recently working together

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Rosie Perez Recalls “Terrifying” Covid Diagnosis, Says Reopened ‘Flight Attendant’ Set Resembled ‘Contagion’

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Rosie Perez remembers her Covid-19 diagnosis in the early days of the pandemic as so “terrifying” she pleaded with her manager, “Don’t let me die in Bangkok.”

Perez says she contracted the coronavirus while traveling last December to shoot her new HBO series The Flight Attendant, starring Kaley Cuoco. In an interview with Uproxx, the actress described the day she was diagnosed. At that time, she says, “they were saying it’s a new respiratory tract infection.”

A doctor in Bangkok told Perez, “It’s a virus that’s going around. We don’t really know what it is and what it does, but it attacks the respiratory system first and then travels to other parts of your body. And I was like, ‘Oh my God.’ It was terrifying. I remember my manager was with me, and I said, ‘Tarik, don’t let me die in Bangkok.’

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Cairo Film Fest Set to Bow With Middle East Premiere of ‘The Father’

The Cairo Film Festival kicks off its 42nd edition Wednesday as a mostly physical event with the Middle East premiere of Florian Zeller’s adaptation of his hit stage play “The Father,” for which co-writer Christopher Hampton and actor Rufus Sewell are expected in attendance.

“I think it’s one of the best films of the year,” fest president Mohamed Hefzy tells Variety. “We felt that the way the subject (dementia) is treated is extremely humane and very cinematic,” he added, noting that “Father” is a great opener since it is “a very accessible film for a broader audience.”

The socially-distanced opening ceremony of the grande dame of the Arab world’s fests will take place in the Cairo Opera House’s open-air theater, which is being called The We Theater, where other expected attendees will include Russian master Alexander Sokurov (“Russian Ark”), who is presiding over this year’s main jury, revered Egyptian screenwriter

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