Farewell Jessica, you'll be missed." Ron Howard, who was the narrator, wrote, "What a brilliant, funny, intelligent and strong woman RIP Jessica Walter, and thank you for a lifetime of laughs and for sharing your incredible talent on our show and with the world #jessicawalter". Tony Hale, who played momma's boy Buster Bluth wrote, "She was[...]
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Tony Revolori ("Spider-Man" film franchise) is reportedly in talks for a lead role in the upcoming Disney+ live-action Willow sequel series.
Willow director Jon M. Chu is having to step away from the sequel series due to COVID rescheduling and a new baby on the way.
So the fact that I get to work with my heroes from Kathleen Kennedy to Ron Howard is bigger than a dream-come-true It's a bucket-list moment for me Jon Kasdan and Wendy Mericle have added such groundbreaking new characters and delightful surprises to this timeless story that I can't wait for the world to come[...]
Looks like original Willow director Ron Howard wasn't kidding when he said over the summer that a series based in the film's universe was still in "very active development, with Disney+ confirming on Tuesday that the sequel series is set to begin production in 2021 Set years after the original series, Howard is set executive[...]
What am I talking about? Well, it looks like Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Don Most, Anson Williams, Marion Ross, and writer Lowell Ganz are reuniting for a Happy Days virtual fundraiser to benefit the Democratic Party of Wisconsin set for this Sunday, October 26, when they're set to answer fan questions, share behind-the-scenes stories and[...]
Rest in peace. — John Carpenter (@TheHorrorMaster) August 2, 2020 Ron Howard, who directed Brimley in Cocoon, recalled the time he ad-libbed a fishing scene. RIP #WilfordBrimley We didn't always see eye 2 eye but I owe this Cocoon scene to Wilford who asked me to throw out the script & let him improvise while fishing w/the boy[...]
It's been some time since we last heard from Willow director Ron Howard about the status of the Disney+ series adaptation Back in January, the filmmaker confirmed that he and writer Jonathan Kasdan were having "really serious discussions" about a sequel series While no green light had been given at the time, Howard revealed that[...]
There have been some rumors concerning spin-off or sequel shows but director Ron Howard recently went on the record to say that, as far as he seems to know anyway, that there is no sequel currently planned. "Well, there's no sequel planned now and it's amazing to be a part of a Star Wars movie that seems[...]
But Kennedy wouldn't have the position – or career – she's had by just looking at the "now" – which is where Ron Howard's () Willow comes into play. Disney In an interview with the Los Angeles Times last month to discuss the future of the Star Wars franchise as well as the status of other projects, Kennedy[...]
Following up on the success of the Kevin Costner-starrer, "The House that Yellowstone Rebuilt" Paramount Network hopes to have another hit with 68 Whiskey, a new scripted, comedic drama from Brian Grazer and Ron Howard's Imagine Television Studios and CBS Television Studios Set to premiere on Wednesday, January 15, at 10 p.m ET/PT, the network[...]
But Kennedy wouldn't have the position – or career – she's had by just looking at the "now". In an interview with the Los Angeles Times last month to discuss the future of the Star Wars franchise as well as the status of other projects, Kennedy revealed that there was a pilot script in play to adapt Ron[...]
But Kennedy wouldn't have the position – or career – she's had by just looking at the "now". Discussing current and future plans for the Star Wars franchise with the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, some news broke that should make fans of the 1988 film Willow happy: it appears a series pilot script is in[...]
Though she shadowed her director-father Ron Howard (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Dallas Howard found herself facing a unique and unexpected "responsibility" – making sure her children kept "Baby Yoda" a secret: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.com "The thing I was most nervous about was that my kids had been on set quite a bit[...]
The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, and Inferno were adapted to the big screen by Imagine Entertainment, Columbia Pictures, director Ron Howard, and actor Tom Hanks (Philadelphia, Saving Private Ryan) A movie adaptation of The Lost Symbol was originally developed as a follow-up to Angels & Demons before the decision was made to go[...]