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Fiona Apple Writes New Music for Apple TV+ Musical Comedy Series Central Park

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Apple TV+ has revealed some of the guest songwriters who have contributed to the first season of its new animated musical comedy series Central Park. Among them are Fiona Apple, Sara Bareilles, Cyndi Lauper, Aimee Mann, Meghan Trainor, and Anthony Hamilton. Created by Loren Bouchard (Bob’s Burgers), Josh Gad, and Nora Smith, Central Park debuts today on Apple TV+ with the first two episodes.Each episode features “three to six original songs,” which will hit streaming services every week as episodes are released. Apple co-wrote the song “New York Doesn’t Like Your Face,” which will appear in episode 10. You can
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Watch ‘The Lord Of The Rings’ cast reunite for Josh Gad’s ‘Reunited Apart’ series

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The cast of The Lord of the Rings film trilogy have reunited remotely on Zoom for Josh Gad’s Reunited Apart chat series — watch the ‘One Zoom to Rule Them All’ special in full below. Gad has been keeping people entertained during the coronavirus-enforced lockdown by reuniting the stars of such beloved movies as The Goonies, Back To The Future and Splash over mass Zoom chats for charity. Gad remotely hosted the 50-minute ‘One Zoom to Rule Them All’ special yesterday (May 31) with members of the cast from Peter Jackson’s acclaimed cinematic adaptation of J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy novels,
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When They See Us, Ava DuVernay’s Harrowing Netflix Series, Is as Vital as Ever

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Now Playing Watch Netflix's When They See Us: Limited Series Teaser Trailer Next Up The Blacklist Season 7 Episode 17 'Brothers' Sneak Peek It's been a year since When They See Us premiered, and the Netflix series remains an unnerving but important story — and one that deserves to be revisited. Ava DuVernay's gripping limited series tells the true story of the five teens of color, ranging in age from 14 to 16 years old, who were wrongfully convicted of the rape and assault of a white woman in 1989. Across four installments, the Netflix drama illustrates in nauseating detail how police coerced
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Killing Eve’s Season 3 Finale Should Have Been the Series Finale Instead

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There is a brief moment near the end of Killing Eve's Season 3 finale, titled "Are You Leading or Am I?," in which it seems the series has finally accepted what has been obvious to viewers for quite some time now: The shadowy organization known as The Twelve, and Eve's (Sandra Oh) desire to expose and dismantle it, doesn't really matter to the show's ongoing narrative, and it is time to go cold turkey.  Nearly everything outside the complex relationship between Eve and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) is white noise at this point, existing only to pull characters' strings and force
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Lucasfilm Rumored to Be Casting Ezra Bridger for New Star Wars Disney+ Series

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Lucasfilm is reportedly casting an actor to portray Ezra Bridger in a new Disney+ live-action Star Wars series. The Rebels character is a fan-favorite, which means his name comes up whenever a new project is on the way. Bridger was rumored to be in The Last Jedi, The Rise of Skywalker, and even in The Mandalorian. However, the character has yet to show up in a live-action role, though that may all change in the near future. For now, the new Disney+ live-action series that will feature Ezra Bridger is a mystery. It's believed that the studio is looking for
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Disney Casting Star Wars Rebels ‘Ezra’ for New Disney+ Series

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Now here's some galactically awesome news! It appears that Disney and Lucasfilm are looking for a live action version of Ezra Bridger from the hit animated show, STAR WARS: REBELS. Nothing further is known yet regarding the new series, however Disney+ is already off to a damn good start with how they've handled THE MANDALORIAN. I do wonder who will be creating the series and if Jon Favreau will have any input. I'm guessing that the series will follow a slightly older Ezra some time after the events of REBELS. It would be cool to see the character further develop
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Leigh Whannell’s ‘Upgrade’ to get TV series sequel made by Blumhouse

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Upgrade has been green-lit for a TV series following the success of its sci-fi thriller film. Leigh Whannell (Saw, The Invisible Man), who wrote and directed the 2018 film of the same name, is serving as co-creator and executive producer of the show. The series picks up a few years after the events of the Blumhouse-produced film. Upgrade the TV series will detail an evolved version of STEM and a new host in “imagining a world in which the government repurposes STEM to help curb criminal activity,” writes Deadline. In the original movie, Grey Trace (Logan Marshall-Green) is left paralysed
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Fiona Apple pens music for new Apple TV+ animated series ‘Central Park’

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Fiona Apple has written new music for the Apple TV+ musical comedy series Central Park. The singer-songwriter penned tracks for the newly released show, the first two episodes of which were released today (May 29), alongside the likes of Cyndi Lauper, Meghan Trainor, Sara Bareilles, Aimee Mann and Anthony Hamilton. Each episode features three to six original songs, which will hit streaming services every week. Apple co-wrote the song ‘New York Doesn’t Like Your Face’, which will appear in episode 10. You can listen to music from the first two episodes below. Central Park was created by Loren Bouchard (Bob’s
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Xbox Series X can add HDR and 120fps support to older games

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Microsoft is planning to automatically add HDR support to games played on its upcoming Xbox Series X console. While existing games will automatically play better on the Xbox Series X, Microsoft is also doing some work to add HDR support and even improve some games from a 30fps locked framerate to 60fps, or 60fps to 120fps. “In partnership with the Xbox Advanced Technology Group, Xbox Series X delivers a new, innovative HDR reconstruction technique which enables the platform to automatically add HDR support to games,” explains Jason Ronald, a partner director of program management for the Xbox platform team. “As
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Mixer is getting a big Fortnite tournament series hosted by Ninja

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Microsoft’s Mixer streaming platform is making a bigger splash in the live event game with a new tournament series starting this week featuring Fortnite player Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. Called Ninja Battles Featuring Fortnite, the weekly tournament series will take place starting this week on May 28th and lasting every Thursday through July, reports Deadline. The event will be hosted on Ninja’s Mixer channel, which is the platform’s most popular channel since the streamer left Twitch last August to join Microsoft’s competitor as part of a lucrative multiyear streaming deal. Ninja’s high-profile departure, orchestrated in part by his management team at
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