Welcome to this week’s show only diverse. “
Somewhere over the rainbow, in fact! Kenya Press He tells me that LGBTQ representation will appear in his remake of The Wizard of Oz. “The original script was an allegory and a reflection of the way the world was at the time with things like the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl,” says Barris, who will write and direct the reimagining of Warner Bros. To run a mirror on where we are now and take disparate personalities from the LGBTQ community, from different cultural and socioeconomic communities, and tell a story that reflects the world. I think this is the best time to do that.”
He understands that the “Wizard of Oz” edition comes with tremendous pressure. “I’m nervous,” Paris told me. “I hope my film will continue as long as the original film.” “I hope my movie comes out,” he adds with a laugh.
Another remake of “The Wizard of Oz” is in the works at New Line Cinema with Nicole Castle (“guards”) output.
Ismael Cruz Cordova He is considering his next step after his breakout role as a dwarf in “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” for Amazon Prime. The actor told me he wanted to play Marvel superhero Hector Ayala/White Tiger. “I love the story, which is set in the ’70s in eastern New York,” Cordova tells me. “It’s self-contained… It’s badass. It redeems itself. It contains everything.”
Cordova has already done the job. He says he trained for about eight months for three minutes in the action sequences in Episode III of “Rings of Strength”: “There’s a bunch of martial arts and all the wire work — all you see on the screen is me.”
Kelly Rowland Wasn’t aware of it Beyonce She will drop her name in “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)”. “I’ve heard the record, but didn’t know it was happening, but how fun it is!” Says. Roland is also working on new music. “It’s coming,” he teased.
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I had the chance to chat with Jerrod Carmichael at the Emmys, where he opened up about becoming a role model for young LGBTQ people after coming out as gay in April on the HBO Max special “Rothaniel.” “It gives me a sense of purpose,” said the funny man. “I have a responsibility I’ve never felt before.” He said before revealing his truth, “I let fear blind me. I was so afraid of all the consequences that the thought of it being such a beautiful thing never crossed my mind.”
He added sarcastically, “I thought I’d die before I did, there are two countries I can’t go to anymore, but that’s a nice thing other than that.”
Laverne Cox You will play a trans woman who returns to her home in Alabama after 17 years and meets her estranged father (George Wallace) in Norman LearAmazon Freevee’s upcoming sitcom “Clean Slate”. “This is the first written project I am producing. This is a dream come true,” Cox says. “It’s not just about transgender issues. The show is set in the south. We need a trans book. We need a black book. We need writers who grew up in the Southern Church. There’s a lot of experience we need for this book room.”
Wallace says of his character: “Every time I call it ‘he’, I have to put a dollar in a jar, but eventually we become friends and move on together. When America sees this, they will learn and love it.”
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