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‘Queen Of The South’: Pepe Rapazote & Alimi Ballard To Recur In Season 4

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‘Queen Of The South’: Pepe Rapazote & Alimi Ballard To Recur In Season 4
Exclusive: Pepe Rapazote (Narcos) and Alimi Ballard (Numb3rs) are set to recur in the upcoming fourth season of USA Network’s Queen of the South, from Fox 21 TV Studios and Universal Content Productions.

Starring Alice Braga, Queen of the South is based on the bestselling book La Reina del Sur by Arturo Pérez-Reverte. It tells the powerful story of Teresa Mendoza (Braga), a woman who is forced to run from the Mexican cartel and seek refuge in America. In Season 3, Teresa struck out on her own, determined to build a new empire for herself. But as enemies old and new closed in, she realized that being queen would require more work — and more sacrifice — than she ever imagined.

Rapazote will play Raul “El Gordo” Rodriguez, a Cuban drug dealer out of Miami who has ties to all the kingpins on the East Coast.

Ballard will portray Marcel Dumas, a
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‘Queen Of The South’: Bailey Chase & David Andrews Join Season 4 Cast Of USA Series

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Longmire and Saving Grace alum Bailey Chase and David Andrews (Shooter) have joined the Season 4 cast of USA Network’s Queen of the South drama series in key roles.

Starring Alice Braga and based on the best-selling book La Reina Del Sur by Arturo Pérez-Reverte, Queen of the South tells the powerful story of Teresa Mendoza (Braga), a woman who is forced to run from the Mexican cartel and seek refuge in America. In season four of Queen of the South, Teresa Mendoza expands to the East Coast by taking on the Big Easy. But when new enemies emerge and familial trust is broken, Teresa is forced to make difficult decisions that weigh heavy on her soul.

Chase will play Eddie Brucks, a musician attempting to overcome his personal demons who crosses paths with Teresa.

Andrews portrays Judge Cecil Lafayette, a member of one of the oldest blue blood families
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The New Mutants Still Needs Reshoots, Could Land on Disney+

The New Mutants Still Needs Reshoots, Could Land on Disney+
Last week we were hit with the new trailer for director Simon Kinberg's X-Men: Dark Phoenix. The movie is all set to be Fox's final X-Men motion picture, but we shouldn't forget that there is still director Josh Boone's The New Mutants in the works. The film has a sorted history to be sure with it originally set to hit a theater near you way back in April of 2018. But then the movie was delayed almost a full year to February 2019, and then it was pushed back even further to its current August 2, 2019 release date. Will the movie hit this new date? Who knows, as today we've learned that the planned reshoots we've heard so much about over the past year or more - get this - haven't even taken place yet. Oh, boy. And the movie might eventually get a release on Disney's upcoming streaming platform Disney+.
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The New Mutants reshoots no longer planned, may debut on Disney+

While the impending acquisition of 20th Century Fox by The Walt Disney Company appears to have nixed a number of Fox’s planned Marvel projects such as Gambit and X-Force, it’s also raised serious questions about the fate of one that’s already in the can – the X-Men spinoff The New Mutants.

Shot back in 2017 and originally slated for release in April of last year, the film was initially pushed back to February 2019 amid rumours that Fox was unhappy with director Josh Boone’s cut, and would be looking to “overhaul” it by reshooting up to 50% of the film.

A second delay of a further six months was announced in March 2018, and with the reshoots yet to take place and Disney’s takeover set to complete in the coming weeks, there has been talk – supported by producer Lauren Shuler Donner – that New Mutants could be pulled from its theatrical release on August 2nd,
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Dp John Brawley relished his first shot at directing

John Brawley (centre) with Shaunette Renée Wilson in The Resident (Photo credit: © 2018-2019 Fox and its related entities. All rights reserved.)

After serving as director of photography on dozens of TV shows and several films in Australia and the Us, John Brawley did not hesitate when he was offered the chance to make his TV directing debut.

Brawley called the shots on an episode of the second season of 20th Century Fox’s medical drama The Resident, which follows the daily professional and personal challenges faced by doctors at an Atlanta hospital.

“I had wondered about directing but did not really pursue it until the producing-director Rob Corn, who started the careers of many directors on Grey’s Anatomy, tapped me on the shoulder and said ‘I think you should direct,’” Brawley tells If.

“I wasn’t going to argue with him. It was a great opportunity. It was like
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X-Men producer confirms Fox’s Marvel movies are on hold, The New Mutants in limbo

As Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox’s film and TV assets draws ever closer towards completion, X-Men producer Lauren Shuler Donner has confirmed the recent rumours that Fox’s various Marvel movie projects are now on hold.

“It’s all in Disney’s playground and they get to decide,” said Shuler Donner when asked about the status of projects such as Gambit (via Deadline). “Kevin Feige and I started the first movie, he worked for me, he has a great story sense when it comes to weaving each world together, I trust him and I trust where he will take it.”

In addition to Gambit, Fox had been developing a number of other potential Marvel properties, including Doctor Doom, Silver Surfer, Kitty Pryde and Multiple Man. Presumably, it will now also be down to Disney and Marvel as to whether they move ahead with the Deadpool spinoff X-Force,
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The New Mutants Delayed Again, May Just Head to Hulu?

The New Mutants Delayed Again, May Just Head to Hulu?
Has The New Mutants been delayed yet again? This is starting to become one of the most troubled big-budget studio movies in recent memory. For those who may not be familiar, this is a horror-driven X-Men spin-off that the studio has been working on for years now, which was originally supposed to be released in April 2018. But it's been a parade of delays and alleged behind the scenes drama ever since and, apparently, that hasn't slowed down any, if this latest set of rumors floating around online have any truth to them.

As always with this sort of thing, we must caution that this is just a rumor for the time being as it isn't coming from someone directly related to the project or the studio. That said, Scott Bechtel, host of Merc With a Podcast, took to Twitter to update his followers with some things he's heard from unnamed
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Rumour: X-Men spinoff The New Mutants could be delayed again, possible Hulu release

Having already been pushed back twice from its original April 13th 2018 release date – first to February 14th 2019 and then again to August 2nd 2019 – rumours are suggesting that Fox could be about to delay its troubled X-Men spinoff The New Mutants once again, and that the studio may even be looking to dump the film straight to Hulu.

Fox and director Josh Boone have been butting heads over the movie since principal photography wrapped, with reports back in March of last year suggesting that the studio is looking to rework almost half of the movie through reshoots – reshoots which, almost a year later, are still yet to take place.

Well, according to Scott Bechtel of Merc With a Podcast, there are now whispers that Fox and Boone are struggling to put together a comprehensible product, and are now looking at a release in early November. However, Fox is apparently considering a Hulu release,
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Queen of the South: Is the USA TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Four?

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Is Teresa still on the run? Has the Queen of the South TV show been cancelled or renewed for a fourth season on USA Network? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Queen of the South, season four. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

What's This TV Show About?

A USA Network drama based on the Spanish-language telenovela and novel La Reina Del Sur, by Arturo Pérez-Reverte, Queen of the South stars Alice Braga as Teresa Mendoza, a woman on the run from a powerful drug cartel, who seeks refuge in the U.S. The cast also includes Veronica Falcón, Hemky Madera, Joaquim de Almeida, Gerardo Taracena, Peter Gadiot,
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The New Mutants Film Could Actually End Up With an R-Rating

The New Mutants was originally set to be released in theaters in April of 2018. Then it was pushed to February and then later pushed all the way to August 2019. The reason for the delay was to reshoot certain scenes and apparently the creative team behind the movie, which is led by director Josh Boone, still have yet to go back into production for those reshoots.

According to producer Simon Kinberg, the team is still trying to figure out the right tone for the reshoots before they move forward. When the reshoots were first reported it was said that 50% of the film would need to be reshot and that an additional one or two new characters would be added. It was also said that the studio wanted to embrace the horror aspect of the film more and make it scarier.

Kinberg goes on to tease that this is the kind of film that could go R-rated.
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X-Men spinoff The New Mutants could end up being R-rated

Executive producer Simon Kinberg says that the X-Men spinoff The New Mutants could end up becoming rated R.

The X-Men-related The New Mutants seems to be in a bit of a nebulous state, with reshoots on the way but which still haven’t happened yet. The film also seems to be quite in flux tonally.

Simon Kinberg, the executive producer for The New Mutants (and director of X-Men: Dark Phoenix) says that the film could actually become more adult and R-rated because of its horror genre. Speaking to Collider, Kinberg said:

“It’s the kind of movie that could go R, or it could be a hard PG-13. As I was saying before in terms of subgenres or the genre, it is obviously teased as a horror film, and most horror films these days are R-rated, but it stars a very young cast, so we’ll see. It really is
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Queen of the South: Season Four Renewal Announced for USA Network Series

The reign continues for Queen of the South. Today, USA Network announced they've renewed the TV show for a fourth season.

The drama stars Alice Braga as Teresa Mendoza, a woman on the run from a powerful drug cartel who seeks refuge in the U.S. The cast also includes Veronica Falcón, Hemky Madera, Joaquim de Almeida, Gerardo Taracena, Peter Gadiot, Jon-Michael Ecker, and Nick Sagar.

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‘Queen of the South’ Renewed for Season 4 at USA Network With New Showrunners

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‘Queen of the South’ Renewed for Season 4 at USA Network With New Showrunners
Queen of the South” has been renewed for a fourth season at USA Network.

In addition, Dailyn Rodriguez and Ben Lobato have been promoted to co-showrunners and executive producers on the drama series, taking over for Natalie Chaidez. Rodriguez previously served as co-executive producer and has been part of the show’s writing staff since Season 2. Lobato previously served as supervising producer and has been part of the writing staff since Season 1.

“After 2 incredible years working with USA Network at the helm of ‘Queen of the South,’ I’m moving on to develop my own projects full-time with my friends at Fox and Fox 21 Television Studios,” Chaidez said. “I will miss the ‘Qots’ familia and fans, but I am proud to pass along the baton and champion the growth of co-showrunners Dailyn Rodriguez and Ben Lobato.”

Based on the book “La Reina Del Sur” by Arturo Pérez-Reverte, “Queen of the South
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‘Queen Of The South’ Renewed For Season 4 By USA With Dailyn Rodriguez & Ben Lobato As New Co-Showrunners

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‘Queen Of The South’ Renewed For Season 4 By USA With Dailyn Rodriguez & Ben Lobato As New Co-Showrunners
On the heels of Queen of the South‘s recent Season 3 finale, the crime drama has been renewed for a fourth season to premiere in 2019. The pickup of the series, from Fox 21 TV Studios and Universal Cable Prods., comes with a change at the helm as Natalie Chaidez, who served as executive producer/showrunner for the past two seasons, is stepping down. She is succeeded by co-executive producer Dailyn Rodriguez, who is being elevated by executive producer/co-showrunner along with the series’ supervising producer Ben Lobato. The two new co-showrunners will executive produce alongside David T. Friendly.

“After two incredible years working with USA Network at the helm of Queen of the South, I’m moving on to develop my own projects full-time with my friends at Fox and Fox 21 Television Studios,” said Chaidez who has an overall deal at Fox 21. “I will miss the Qots familia and fans,
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USA's 'Queen of the South' Renewed for Season 4 — With New Showrunners

USA Network is bringing drama Queen of the South back for a fourth season — with a change.

Showrunner Natalie Chaidez has exited the Fox 21 and Universal Cable Productions drama to focus on development. Instead, Dailyn Rodriguez and Ben Lobato have been promoted to serve as co-showrunners and exec producers, replacing Chaidez. (Chaidez, it should be noted, replaced original showrunner Scott Rosenbaum.)

Rodriguez joined the Alice Braga cartel drama as a writer in season two, most recently serving as co-exec producer. Lobato, who joined as a writer in season one, most recently was supervising producer.

"After two incredible ...
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Anya Taylor-Joy discusses The New Mutants delay and extensive reshoots

Had things gone according to plan, 20th Century Fox would have released The New Mutants back in April, and potentially be working on a second instalment of the planned trilogy ahead of the impending Disney takeover.

However, things haven’t went according to plan for the Josh Boone-directed X-Men spinoff, with the film pushed back twice – first to February 2019 and then to August 2019 – amid rumours of significant reshoots (and a rather unlikely report that it could be shelved entirely).

Actress Anya Taylor-Joy, who portrays the young mutant Magik, has previously expressed her frustration over the delay, but now it seems she is viewing it as a glass half full situation, and one that will help them deliver the very best movie possible.

“It’s crazy exciting,” she tells Collider. “I love my character. I have such a connection to Illyana. I absolutely adore her, and getting to play her
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Queen of the South: Season Three Ratings

The second season of the Queen of the South TV show on USA Network pretty much held its own in the Nielsens. Now that it's back for a third season, will the ratings rise, fall, or remain flat? Will Queen of the South be cancelled or renewed for season four? Stay tuned.

USA Network drama, based on the Spanish-language telenovela and novel La Reina Del Sur, by Arturo Pérez-Reverte, Queen of the South stars Alice Braga as Teresa Mendoza, a woman on the run from a powerful drug cartel, who seeks refuge in the U.S. The cast also includes Veronica Falcón, Hemky Madera, Joaquim de Almeida, Gerardo Taracena, Peter Gadiot, Jon-Michael Ecker, and Nick Sagar.

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More Predators, More Explosives! Shane Black’s The Predator Red Band Trailer Is Awesome!

In two weeks, the Hunt is On! I can’t wait for this!!

20th Century Fox has released a new red band trailer for The Predator.

Directed by Shane Black, the film stars Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes, Jacob Tremblay, Keegan-Michael Key, Olivia Munn, Sterling K. Brown, Alfie Allen, Thomas Jane, Augusto Aguilera, Jake Busey and Yvonne Strahovski.

Purchase advance tickets for the must-see film of September at www.ThePredatorTix.com.

For fans headed to Tiff, The Predator will kick-off the Midnight Madness screenings on September 6th. For more information, please visit: www.tiff.net/midnightmadness.

Watch the new red band trailer below.

From the outer reaches of space to the to the backwoods of southern Georgia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black’s explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe’s most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before. And only a ragtag crew
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Alice Braga Explores The Female Perspective With ‘Queen of the South’ Universe

Alice Braga is now in her third season of Queen of the South, a series that focuses on the life of drug queenpin Teresa Mendoza. Most of this season has centered on Teresa doing her best to survive in a cutthroat business while also making moral decisions that could directly threaten her livelihood.

“When I decided [...]

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Imagen Awards Nominations: ‘The Shape Of Water’, ‘Coco’ Among Best Picture Hopefuls

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Imagen Awards Nominations: ‘The Shape Of Water’, ‘Coco’ Among Best Picture Hopefuls
The nominations are out for the 33rd annual Imagen Awards, which celebrate positive portrayal and creative excellence of Latinos and Latino cultures in TV and film. See the full list below.

Best Picture Oscar winner The Shape of Water is nominated for Best Picture, along with Animated Feature Oscar winner Coco, comedy remake Overboard and Mexican comedy How to Break Up With Your Douchebag. Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro also is up for Best Director for Shape of Water along with Coco‘s Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, Douchebag helmer Gabriela Iglesia and Monsoon‘s Miguel Duran.

On the TV side, seven shows will vie for Best Primetime Program – Drama: ABC’s The Crossing, How to Get Away with Murder and Station 19; NBC’s Shades of Blue and Law & Order: Svu; TNT’s Major Crimes; and USA Network’s Queen of the South. The Primetime Comedy hopefuls are Fox’s
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