Hollywood’s Summer Has Flopped So Far. Here Comes ‘Wonder Woman’ To The Rescue

Hollywood just suffered its worst Memorial Day weekend in 18 years, but all signs suggest Warner Bros. is about to deliver a much-needed hit with Wonder Woman. (LAT)

Cannes 2017: Full List Of Winners

All the awards from the 70th edition of the Cannes film festival. (GUAR)

‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’ Taps Adam Wingard To Direct

Warner Bros. announced plans to release a Godzilla vs. Kong movie, with it set to arrive in May 2020. The movie will be directed by Blair Witch and Death Note director Adam Wingard. (SR)

Kelly Kahl, Thom Sherman Take CBS Entertainment Reins As Glenn Geller Departs

Glenn Geller is stepping down from his role as CBS Entertainment president, two months after suffering a mild heart attack. CBS is promoting longtime scheduling chief Kelly Kahl and recruiting Thom Sherman from the CW to be senior executive vice president. (VAR)

‘This Is Us’ Scheduling Twist: NBC Will Not Move Hit Drama To Thursday

After announcing earlier this month that it was relocating breakout smash This Is Us to Thursdays-at-9 pm next season, NBC has opted not to: The acclaimed drama will stay put on Tuesdays-at-9 pm.  (TVL)

Gabrielle Union Reunites With Will Packer To Produce & Star In ‘Breaking In’

Being Mary Jane star Gabrielle Union is teaming up once again with producer Will Packer on upcoming feature — Breaking In. Union will star in and produce the drama. Helmer James McTeigue is directing the project which will go before the cameras in July. (DH)

Kevin Hart And T.I. Are Making A TV Home At Showtime

The comedian and hip-hop star are developing an office comedy The Studio with the premium network. Aeysha Carr is penning the script and will executive produce with Hart and T.I. (TVG)

‘Underground’ Canceled At WGN America As Channel Exits Premium Scripted Business

BET and OWN are said to have passed on the pricey drama produced by Sony Pictures Television. (THR)

Paramount Is Certainly Down, But Is It Ever Really Out? (Studio Series)

There are all kinds of things we can say about the lousy run Paramount has had for the last few years, but in the wake of news that Brad Grey was suffering from terminal cancer during the latter part of his time as the head of the studio, it’s difficult to talk about. Instead, let’s try to remember that, the five-year span he had early in his run at the top of the Mountain was pretty epic. (TB)

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