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Celebrities Who Died in 2020

Scroll through to remember the performers, creators, musicians and entertainers we lost in 2020.

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Allen Garfield, ‘Nashville’ and ‘The Conversation’ Star Dies of Coronavirus at 80

Allen Garfield, an actor who appeared in movies like “Nashville” and “The Stunt Man,” has died of coronavirus, according to his “Nashville” co-star Ronee Blakely. He was 80. “RIP Allen Garfield, the great actor who played my husband in “Nashville”, has died today of Covid; I hang my head in tears; condolences to family and […]

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Film News Roundup: Lionsgate Completes Financing for Studio in Yonkers, New York

In today’s film news roundup, Lionsgate’s new studio is getting final financing, “American Nurse’ is getting re-released, Sony is launching Kid Zone and the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s relief fund has given out $1 million. STUDIO FINANCING Lionsgate, Great Point Capital Management and real estate company National Resources have secured a $40 million loan from CIT Bank […]

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‘The Purge’ Siren Used to Signal Curfew in Louisiana, Police Apologize

Police in Crowley, La., had to apologize after using the siren from the horror franchise “The Purge” to signal a curfew during the city’s quarantine. In order to stop the spread of coronavirus, the city has implemented a 9 p.m. curfew for residents, but many found the noise chosen for the siren eerily familiar. Louisiana […]

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Chernin Entertainment Signs First-Look Deal With Netflix

Chernin Entertainment has signed a first-look deal for feature films with Netflix. The companies confirmed the deal on Tuesday. Chernin’s previous first-look deal had been through 20th Century Fox, but that agreement went away earlier this year after Disney absorbed the Fox feature film operations last year. Variety reported exclusively in January that Chernin Entertainment would […]

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Two Die in Coronavirus Outbreak at Motion Picture Retirement Home

UPDATE — Two male residents at the Motion Picture Television Fund’s skilled nursing facility in the Los Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills have died of complications from COVID-19. The first death occurred on Monday and the second took place on Tuesday, according to Bob Beitcher, president and CEO of the Motion Picture & Television Fund. […]

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SAG Awards Considering Changes to Film Eligibility Rules and Screening Q&As

There may be some changes in store for the 2021 SAG Awards because of the coronavirus pandemic. SAG hosted its annual spring meeting for about 120 film executives and awards consultants on Tuesday to discuss awards season and the 27th annual ceremony, which is set to take place on Jan. 24. SAG is considering changing […]

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Bob Odenkirk Thriller ‘Nobody’ Postponed Until 2021

Universal Pictures has postponed “Nobody,” an action thriller starring Bob Odenkirk, from Aug. 14, 2020, to Feb. 26, 2021. It’s the latest summer movie to vacate its release date as theaters remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Every major studio has postponed at least part of its summer movie slate— a group that includes […]

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