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Jon Snow ‘Game of Thrones’ spinoff not happening. Here’s why
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Jon Snow ‘Game of Thrones’ spinoff not happening. Here’s why

If you were among those who were eagerly waiting for a spinoff show on the life story of Game of Thrones character Jon Snow, we have a sad update for you. It’s no longer happening!Kit Harington who played the fan-favourite character Jon Snow in Game of Thrones recently revealed that makers have shelved the idea of a Jon Snow spinoff show. He said that the spinoff centred around Jon Snow is “off the table” since they “couldn’t find the right story to tell”. Kit's Jon Snow role is a fan-favouriteIt was reported in June 2022 that Kit will return to his iconic Game of Thrones role. The same earned him two Emmy nominations – one for supporting actor and another for lead actor in a drama series. Later, George RR Martin confirmed in a blog post that it was Kit’s idea. He said at the time, “It was...
Critics Choice Awards 2024: The Morning Show leads with 6 nominations
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Critics Choice Awards 2024: The Morning Show leads with 6 nominations

Nominations for the 29th annual Critics Choice Awards are out. The Morning Show leads the Critics Choice Awards with the maximum number of nominations including best drama series. To top it, both actresses Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston are nominated in the best actress category, with Billy Crudup, Nicole Beharie, and Karen Pittman also earning acting nods for their supporting roles. The Morning Show has a total of six nods this year. Following close is Succession, with five nominations. The Succession stars Kieran Culkin and Jeremy Strong both earned best actor nominations, with Sarah Snook garnering a best actress nod. Matthew MacFadyen was also nominated for the supporting actor category.Others like A Small Light, Abbott Elementary, Beef, Lessons In Chemistry, Loki, Reservation ...
Actors’ union says no agreement on studios’ ‘final’ offer
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Actors’ union says no agreement on studios’ ‘final’ offer

The union representing striking actors said Monday it could not agree to studios' "last, best and final offer" issued over the weekend in a bid to end a months-long stalemate that has crippled Hollywood.Negotiators for the Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) have been mulling the proposal since Saturday, as studios seek to halt a damaging stoppage that has brought TV and movie production to a standstill for four months.In a statement to members posted on social media on Monday the committee said they were determined to bring the 116-day strike to an end "responsibly," but had not yet found common ground with the body representing Disney, Netflix, Warner, Universal, Paramount and Sony.trending nowAlbanese-Xi summit in Beijing: From trade to politics, five key takeawaysEx-US prez Donald Trump fi...