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Gremlins 3 Script Is Written, Creator Promises Puppets Instead of CGI

There is still no official word on whether or not Gremlins 3 will ever happen. However, original writer Chris Columbus has offered a somewhat encouraging update on the proposed sequel, which has been kicking around for years now. According to Columbus, his script is written and they are just trying to figure out when to make it, in addition to navigating some rights issues. Should it come to pass, Columbus says that they will use practical puppets and minimal CGI.

Chris Columbus wrote the original Gremlins, which was directed by Joe Dante. But Columbus has been actively trying to get Gremlins 3 off the ground for some time now. While promoting his latest movie, The Christmas Chronicles 2, the filmmaker was asked about the status of the sequel. Here’s what he had to say about it.

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Monster Hunter 2 Script Is Already Being Written by Director Paul W.S. Anderson

While fans await to see whether director Paul W.S. Anderson’s Monster Hunter breaks the video game movie curse, lead actor Milla Jovovich has revealed that Monster Hunter 2 is already being worked on. Jovovich, whose Monster Hunter character Captain Natalie Artemis can be seen in a newly released image, has stated in a recent interview that Anderson is “already writing” something else based in the movie’s universe.

“Definitely, we would love to make another one. Hopefully people are going to love it because I know Paul would love to make a sequel. I mean, he’s already writing something…”

Whether this news warrants excitement or worry is largely unknown currently, seeing as audiences have yet to see the first Monster Hunter, but Paul W.S. Anderson certainly knows a thing or two

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Across America, Newspaper Front Pages Reflect A History Still Being Written

Newspapers went to press for Wednesday’s edition without knowing who would win the presidency – and indeed, that outcome is still unclear at this publishing.

So what does a newspaper editor do when there’s no answer yet for the question on everyone’s mind? You go with what you know so far.

At the Tampa Bay Times, the big news was that Trump had clinched Florida’s electoral votes.

In Peoria, Ill., the Journal Star’s headline was a twist on a word used with great frequency in the past four years: “Unpresidented.”

Many newspapers noted that Election Day voting had been straightforward, even though a result in the presidential race remained unclear.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution said that voting had gone smoothly — but that the presidential race remained undecided, and the two U.S. Senate races in Georgia could be going to runoffs.

Elsewhere, election results shared front-page real estate with the

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Front Pages Of America’s Newspapers Show A History Still Being Written : NPR

A man holds a fresh copy of The New York Times on Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House on Wednesday morning.

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Newspapers went to press for Wednesday’s edition without knowing who would win the presidency – and indeed, that outcome is still unclear at this publishing.

So what does a newspaper editor do when there’s no answer yet for the question on everyone’s mind? You go with what you know so far.

At the Tampa Bay Times, the big news was that Trump had clinched Florida’s electoral college votes.

The front page of the Tampa Bay Times on Wednesday trumpeted the biggest local news: President Trump had captured the state’s electoral votes.

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Green Lantern HBO Max Series Will Look Like a Movie, But Is Written Like a TV Show

Green Lantern fans might know Marc Guggenheim as one of the creative voices behind the live-action Green Lantern movie starring Ryan Reynolds. Now, Guggenheim is getting another crack at the property. The upcoming live-action Green Lantern TV series set for HBO Max will have Guggenheim as executive producer and writer alongside Seth Grahame-Smith. During a virtual panel for Comic-Con International’s one-day mini-conference, Guggenheim explained his approach to the series.

“I happen to believe — and this is not a universally held opinion — that you can’t do a ten-hour show or an eight-episode show, like an 8-hour movie. I don’t think that works. When I see it done, there’s always some flabby episodes in the middle. I think you have to approach it like a TV series and approach each episode like its own entity. Even though it’s streaming, even though hopefully people will binge it, you’ve got to make

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Jay Electronica Drops ‘Ruff Sketches,’ An ‘A Written Testimony’ Extra

Earlier this month, Jay Electronica’s long-awaited Act II: Patents Of Nobility leaked online thanks to some hackers who reportedly paid $9,000 to get their hands on the new album and leak it. After initially wanting to get the album removed from the internet, Electronica opted to release Act II on TIDAL. The album dates back to 2007 after the Roc Nation rapper revealed that fans should expect Act II and Act III follow-ups to his to his 2007 debut mixtape, Act I: Eternal Sunshine (The Pledge). Despite mentioning numerous release dates for Act II over the years, the project failed to arrive and left fans to believe it was shelved prior to its October 5 release.

Keeping the new music coming, though, Electronica opted to share another track on Saturday via Instagram, one that he says is a leftover track from his A Written Testimony album with Jay Z.

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Battlestar Galactica Movie Will Be Written, Produced by X-Men Veteran Simon Kinberg

X-Men’s Simon Kinberg has signed on to write and produce Universal’s long-gestating Battlestar Galactica movie.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kinberg, who has been shepherding X-Men stories to the screen since 2006’s The Last Stand, is on board to write a new script for the upcoming feature adaptation of the Battlestar Galactica sci-fi franchise. Kinberg is also set to produce the movie with Dylan Clark, who has already been attached to the project for some time.“Battlestar Galactica is one of the holy grails in science fiction, and I couldn’t be more excited about bringing something new to the franchise, while honoring what’s made it so iconic and enduring,” Kinberg said in a statement. “I’m so grateful that Dylan [Clark] and my partners at Universal have trusted me with this incredible universe.”

Over the years, Kinberg has become well-known for his work on the X-Men film franchise, though he has also

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