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In short: ‘Nobody’ sequel, early premiere ‘The Bear’, and more

You better call Saul‘S Bob Odenkirk he signed a deal to return for the sequel to the 2021 action thriller No one, which will hit theaters in August 2025, according to Deadline. Details about the plot have not been revealed. The original film followed Odenkirk’s Hutch Mansell, a former government assassin whose anger after a home invasion drives him into a violent conflict with a Russian drug lord. No one opened at No. 1 at the box office, grossing over $57 million worldwide…

Hulu gives fans the FX series The bear a special treat. All ten episodes of the upcoming third season of the Emmy-winning series will be available on the streaming service on June 26 at 9 PM ET – three hours earlier than originally scheduled. Season 3, per FX, follows Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto, Sydney Adamu and Richard “Richie” Jerimovich – played respectively by Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri And Ebon Moss-Bachrach – as they fight a losing battle to take The Bear to the next level, while trying to stay in business…

Tamayo Perrya professional surfer, lifeguard and actor best known for his roles in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides And Blue crush, died Sunday after a shark attack in Hawaii, the Honolulu Emergency Services Department revealed during a news conference via KHON-TV. He was 49. Perry’s other credits include an episode of Hawaii Five-O and as a stunt performer in the Owen Wilson surf movie The big leap

National Geographic has given the green light for a documentary, with the tentative title Jaws @50in honor of the upcoming 50th anniversary of Peter Benchley‘s bestselling novel and Steven Spielberg‘s film adaptation, according to Deadline. The document “will capture our endless fascination with sharks and the evolving dialogue about these awe-inspiring creatures,” Nat Geo said. The film will premiere in summer 2025, the film’s 50th anniversary, on National Geographic, and will stream on Disney+ and Hulu as part of Nat Geo’s annual Sharkfest event. Disney is the parent company of National Geographic, Hulu and ABC News…

Scott Evans has been tapped for a recurring role Mindy Kaling‘s new Netflix series Running point, according to Deadline. The comedy follows Kate Hudson‘s Isla Gordon, who takes over as president of a professional basketball team after a scandal forces her brother’s resignation. She has to convince her other skeptical brothers, played by Drew Tarver And Scott MacArthur, as well as the board and the larger sports community that she is up to this task. Evans will play Charlie, the secret boyfriend of Tarver’s Sandy Gordon. Brenda Song, Fabrizio Guido, Toby Sandeman, Chet Hanks, Max Groenveld, Keyla Monterroso Mejia, Roberto Sanchez, Uche Agada And Dane DiLiegro also star, along with Insecure‘S Jay Ellis in a recurring role as the team’s head coach…

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