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(NEW YORK) -- Craig Ferguson will make his grand return to TV soon.  The Emmy Award-winning comedian has been tapped to host a brand new game show, The Hustler, which will put the audience's detective skills to the test.

ABC announced the new show on Monday, saying the mind-bending series will forever break the game show-mold.  The series employs five players who must collaborate with each other to answer a series of trivia questions to build the cash jackpot -- however -- there's a catch.  One player will secretly know all the answers ahead of time but must keep that fact hidden from the rest of the players... and the audience.

The show pits the players and audience against "the Hustler," who must figure out their identity in order to win the prize pot.  If the players choose right, they split the prize cash among themselves.  Choose wrong, the Hustler goes home with the cash prize.

To up the stakes, the Hustler will also anonymously eliminate two players midway through each show, forcing the remaining players to choose wisely and ignite their suspicion.

The mystery-based game show will also force the audience to tap into their sleuthing skills to see if they can crack the case before the big reveal.  

The Hustler is set to begin production later this fall.  It's premiere date remains to be annouced.

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(c) 2019 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.(NEW YORK) -- During Monday night's Dancing with the Stars, Disney released the official trailer for its streaming-exclusive movie, Lady and the Tramp.

The movie is a modern retelling of the 1955 animated classic with live animals and a new all-star cast.  Lady and the Tramp features the vocal talents of Tessa Thompson, Justin Theroux, Janelle Monáe, Sam Elliot, and more.  The movie premieres on the Disney streaming service on November 12.

Lady and the Tramp follows the story of a pampered Cocker Spaniel, named Lady, who has her life upended when her masters welcome a baby -- along with their Aunt Sarah and her nasty Siamese cats.  Out on the street, Lady goes on an unexpected adventure with a dashing stray named Tramp who tries to teach her the ways of the world -- ending with the two sharing a romantic spaghetti and meatball dinner before deciding if a life free of leashes or one besides the fire with a loving family is right for them.

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Justin Lubin/NBC(NEW YORK) -- On Monday's episode of The Voice, coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Gwen Stefani rounded out their teams, before heading straight into the battle rounds.

Each coach enlisted the help of a guest adviser during rehearsals: Darius Rucker for Team Blake; Normani for Team Kelly; Usher for Team Legend; and Will.i.am for Team Gwen.

The coaches also got one chance each to either steal an artist from someone else's team, or save a team member from being stolen.

Here's are Tuesdays highlights:

The blind auditions:

Nashville R&B, pop and soul singer Zoe Upkins, sang Monica's 1998 hit, "Angel of Mine," drawing chair turns from Kelly, John and Blake. Kelly, who reminded Zoe that she won a couple of times with young singers, was in the market for one this season.  John noted how much power she had in her voice for someone her age, adding there was also "room to grow."  Blake admitted they'd make a great team, even though the combination "didn't seem right on paper."  John then resorted to a tactic that worked for him earlier in the competition, launching into an A cappella version of Monica's "The Boy Is Mine," reworked to say, "Zoe Is Mine."  It worked again, and Team Legend reached capacity.

Next, Matthew McQueen, no relation to the actor Steve McQueen -- and yes, he even searched his family tree, was next.  Matthew's rendition of Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved," got Blake to turn around, along with Kelly.  Clarkson loved Matthew's rasp, comparing his voice to Shawn Mendez. Blake pointed to his track record on the show, bragging that he coached six winners and only a handful were country.  Explaining that his sister and grandmother both had a dream that Blake would turn around for him, McQueen went with Shelton, whose team was now complete.

Country singer Gracee Shriver from Owasso, Oklahoma is a 16-year-old who made her high school's varsity tennis team at 13.  When she's not doing that, she's hitting the books and pursuing her real passion: music. Here take on "Rainbow," by Kacey Musgraves, convinced Kelly and Gwen to turn their chairs.  Kelly called the youngster "super-talented," while Gwen noted that she too was from Oklahoma.  Stefani also got help from her boyfriend Blake, who, after explaining that his team was full and he was unable to fight for her, urging Gracee to "keep it in the family."  Kelly countered that by saying her husband, Brandon Blackstock, manages Blake. Gracee picked Kelly, closing out her team.

That left Gwen as the last available coach, and she was being extra picky.  After passing on R&B singer Ty Mauro, whose rendition of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" didn't cut it for her, she scooped up 16-year-old Caroline Reilly, who belted out the Jefferson Airplane classic, "Somebody to Love."

The battle rounds:

The first battle of the night pitted youth against experience, as Team Legend's Upkins, the teen who auditioned with a Monica song earlier in the show went head-to head against the older and more seasoned Khalia Lynee. The two battled on on Monica's "The Boy Is Mine."  Legend and team adviser, former Voice coach Usher, who led Josh Kaufman to victory in season six, had the same advice for both singers: just cut loose.  After the battle, Gwen said she was impressed with Zoe's stage presence and gave her the edge while Blake favored Khalia. Kelly thought it was a toss-up, and announced that she would try and steal whoever was the loser.  Legend chose Lynee.

It didn't end there for Zoe though, as Legend saved his 16-year-old powerhouse, while Kelly, as well as Gwen, tried to steal her.  Upkins stuck with John, who argued that the others' interest in her was probably due to great coaching.

Next up, representing Team Blake, was Kat Hammock mixing it up with Josie Jones. The two "rootsy" country singers offered a dreamy take on John Denver's "Take Me Home Country Roads."  Blake and adviser Darius Rucker agreed Kat needed to "project" more, while Josie needed to work on her control. Both, according to Blake, needed to "shake off the nerves." When it was over, John thought Josie gave the better "technical" performance, while Kat had the more "unique" voice. Kelly agreed. Blake called the battle a tie, but gave the round to Kat.  Josie was sent packing.

The night ended with Team Kelly's Melinda Rodriguez battling Shane Q on Sam Smith's "Too Good at Goodbyes."  The advice from Kelly and her adviser Normani was for Melinda to "get out of her head," while Kelly pulled Shane out of his comfort zone by getting him to use his falsetto more.  Afterwards, Blake thought the winner of the contest was a tough call, but gave the edge to Shane. Legend agreed, but Kelly settled on Shane, citing his "unexpected" voice.

Melinda got a second chance though, as Legend tried to swipe the artist from Kelly, who used her save to try and keep Rodriguez on her team.  Despite of John's argument that a steal on his part would be an "upgrade," Melinda stayed with Kelly, who touted her experience at winning another music competition: American Idol.

The battle rounds continue on Tuesday, when The Voice returns with a one-hour episode at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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ABC/Eric McCandless(New York) -- Magic permeated the air on Dancing with the Stars Monday night because it was Disney Night of all nights.  The top nine kicked the difficulty up a notch and even sent out a last-minute emotional plea to the audience not to send them home.  Their message was heard loud and clear as no one was eliminated Monday.  The night's scores will carry over into next week's episode. 

Former Fifth Harmony singer Ally Brooke nabbed the top score of the night -- 27/30 -- and also the first nines of the season.  Meanwhile, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer sunk to the bottom of the pack with the lowest score, 24/30.

The night also treated audience with a stunning opening performance at Disney Land, which featured the night's top nine competitors.  ABC also aired the trailer for the upcoming Disney streaming exclusive Lady & the Tramp.  In addition, The audience enjoyed music from Disney's highly anticipated Frozen II -- arriving in theaters November 22.  DWTS tasked their newest pro Daniella to dance along to Queen Elsa's ballad "Into the Unknown."  The song, along with the complete Frozen II soundtrack, will be available for purchase on November 15.

Judges Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli were seemingly intoxicated by the cheerful Disney magic as the two couldn't seem to stop smiling and laughing-- even when Inaba accidentally fell out of her chair during her review of Kate Flannery's performance.  However, the ever-cantankerous Len Goodman remained unfazed by the pixie dust and bah-humbug'd through the night, earning strong boos from the audience at times.

Brooke, the night's first place finisher, dazzled the judges with her dreamy and romantic contemporary dance to the titular song from Beauty and the Beast -- a movie and song that's near and dear to the singer's heart.  Brooke, who was ecstatic to meet Princess Belle and the Beast at Disneyland before her emotional number with partner Sasha Farber, revealed that "Beauty and the Beast" will be her wedding song.

However, the night's most impressive performance came from James Van Der Beek with his powerful and dramatic Paso Doble with partner Emma Slater to the Pirates of the Caribbean theme.  However, he failed to tie in first with Brooke by just a point.  While Inaba and Tonioli enthusiastically held up nines, judge Goodman criticized the Dawson's Creek star for not making his hand movements sharper and awarded him an eight -- granting an overall score of 26/30.

Goodman also broke from the others when judging Bachelorette star Hannah Brown, who danced a breezy and beautiful foxtrot with partner Alan Bersten to Aladdin's "A Whole New World." While Inaba and Tonioli ecstatically awarded her a pair of nines, Goodman handed her a disappointing seven -- giving her the final score 25/30.  However, with the foxtrot being one of the easier ballroom dances to master, perhaps Goodman felt Brown's choice was too safe and a step down from last week's first-place worthy Paso Doble. 

The Office star Kate Flannery enjoyed a comeback on Monday night with an intense and creative jazz number  to "A Spoonful of Sugarfrom Mary Poppins.  The judges lauded the variety of her routine, which borrowed elements from the Charleston, Polka, quickstep, and Can-can -- securing her a final score of 24/30.  

The night's most memorable moment came immediately after Flannery's performance when host Tom Bergeron tried removing a wayward umbrella prop from the dance floor and subsequently sent judge Carrie Ann tumbling out of her chair.  "We got a judge down!"  Tonioli shouted excitedly while Flannery and partner Pasha Pashkov rushed in to upright the fallen Inaba, who happily promised them bonus points.

Sean Spicer, despite giving his best on the dance floor with his quickstep to Toy Story 4's "You Got a Friend in Me" with partner Lindsay Arnold, he earned the lowest score of the night -- 19/30.  Spicer also became emotional before his performance by dedicating his dance to his late father, who died from pancreatic cancer in 2016, and to all fathers currently struggling with cancer.

Dancing with the Stars returns next Monday, October 21 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.  Scores from the night will carry over into next week's live show.

Here are the current standings:

First place:
Ally Brooke, former Fifth Harmony singer, with Sasha Farber -- 27/30

James Van Der Beek, Dawson's Creek actor, with Emma Slater -- 26/30
Kel Mitchell, actor and stand-up comedian, with Whitney Carson  --  26/30
Hannah Brown, The Bachelorette star, with Alan Bersten -- 25/30
Sailor Brinkley-Cook, model, with Val Chmerkovskiy --  24/30
Kate Flannery, actress from The Office, with Pasha Pashkov --  24/30
Lauren Alaina, country singer, with Gleb Savchenko --  23/30
Karamo, Queer Eye reality TV personality, with Jenna Johnson --  21/30

Lowest score:
Sean Spicer, former White House press secretary, with Lindsay Arnold  -- 19/30

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Disney (NEW YORK) -- In a brief, but information-packed social media post, Disney has teased just a sampling of the content that will be available on its soon-to-launch Disney .

The doors of the vaunted "Disney Vaults" will swing wide, the post notes.

"It. Is. Time. From Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to The Mandalorian, check out basically everything coming to #DisneyPlus in the U.S. on November 12," reads the post, while a dizzying slideshow of titles spins by.

Glimpsed are everything from the aforementioned animated classic to Jon Favreau's anticipated Star Wars spin-off to Disney Channel mainstays like Lizzie McGuire, the original Duck Tales, High School Musical, and Boy Meets World.  Also there are Marvel movies like Ant-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel, as well as other Disney animated films like Aladdin, Moana and The Emperor's New Groove.

Meanwhile on YouTube, there's a much, much longer preview of what's coming to Disney -- as in three hours, 17 minutes and 52 seconds long, titled Basically Everything Coming to Disney in the U.S.

You can pre-order the streaming service at DisneyPlus.com.

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ABC/Craig Sjodin(NEW YORK) -- The stars of black-ish opened up about what the last six seasons has meant to them as the happy on-screen family in an appearance Monday on ABC's Good Morning America.

Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Tracee Ellis Ross, Miles Brown, Marcus Scribner and Marsai Martin all spoke about their real chemistry, both on and off screen.

"[It's the] most rewarding job I've ever had," Anderson said. "Best cast I've ever worked with. It gets no better than what we've all been doing for the last six years -- that's all I can say about everybody."

Fishburne, who guest stars as the paternal head of the family, said he's treasured watching the young cast grow up.

"One of the greatest things for us, I can say I think, is watching these young people grow up in front of us," he said. "They were wonderful kids to start with, but now they're young adults and they've become really wonderful young adults and we're very proud of them."

Ellis Ross, who was known for Girlfriends long before the hit ABC family comedy sitcom, was pleasantly surprised to hear their three younger co-stars knew of her role on the former TV series.

"I remember going into the audition and I was like, 'Oh, Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross from Girlfriends, so that was one of the driving factors," said Scribner, who was born the year the show premiered.

Brown, whose character Jack gets cut from the basketball team on the show, revealed it's actually his favorite sport adding, "I should say I'm decent."

"It was just different cause I had to get in the mood that I was sad that I got cut from the basketball team, when normally that's not the case," he boasted.

black-ish airs Tuesday night at 9:30 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Amazon Studios/Nicole Rivelli(NEW YORK) -- In the new season three trailer for Amazon's Emmy-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Midge hits the road -- and the big leagues -- on her first tour.

We see Rachel Brosnahan's Midge and her manager Suzie, played by Alex Borstein, traveling the country -- including a visit to at least one military base -- as the opening act for fictional singer Shy Baldwin.  There are hotel rooms, photographers, autograph seekers, all the glamorous trappings of life on tour.

But Midge is still trying justify leaving to her ex-husband, Joel, why she left their kids to go on tour, and still trying to explain her career to her parents. 

"I am not a prostitute, I'm a comic!" she insists.

"Is there a difference?" asks her mom. 

"Yes, prostitutes get paid more," snaps Midge.

"Hilarious," her father responds sarcastically.  "You should go into comedy."

To which Midge replies: "I did."

There's a glimpse of Jane Lynch's Sophie Lennon, the rival comic whom Suzie got an offer to manage at the end of last season.  We also get our first glimpse at a new character, played by Sterling K. Brown, as well as another new character played by Gilmore Girls alum Liza Weil. The Palladinos -- creators of Mrs. Maisel -- also created that show.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel returns to Amazon on December 6.

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Netflix(LOS ANGELES) -- Ryan Murphy has tapped another major star for his upcoming Netflix series The Prom.

According to Deadline, Kerry Washington has been cast in Murphy's adaptation of the Tony-nominated Broadway musical. She joins Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Keegan-Michael Key, Awkwafina and Andrew Rannells, who were previously announced.

Like the stage show, the Prom series will follow four failed Broadway actors who, in attempt to revive their career, decide to do a play about a real-life high school senior who's unable to take her girlfriend to prom.

Streep, Kidman, Rannells and Corden have already been cast as the four Broadway leads. Washington's role has yet to be announced.

Washington will also appear in the Netflix adaptation of the her Broadway play. American Son.

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L-R Tarantino, Roth -- ABC/Steve Iervolino(LOS ANGELES) -- Monday marks the 25th anniversary of the Quentin Tarantino movie Pulp Fiction, arguably one of the most imitated and quoted movies of the last 50 years.

The 1994 film -- which featured intersecting storylines involving a pair of hitmen, a gangster's wife, a boxer and other assorted characters -- breathed new life into John Travolta's career, inspired a new generation of filmmakers, and, like Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs before it, led to a legion of cinematic imitators.

Travolta, as hitman Vincent Vega, famously dances in the film with Uma Thurman, who plays Mia Wallace, a mobster's wife, who later takes a needle of adrenaline to the heart to reverse an overdose.  Samuel L. Jackson plays Jules Winnfield, Vega's Bible-quoting hitman partner.  Both Vega and Winnfield work for Ving Rhames' crime boss Marsellus Wallace, while Bruce Willis plays fighter Butch Coolidge, who runs afoul of the gangster.

Their co-stars included Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer and Christopher Walken.

Reportedly made for $8 million, Pulp Fiction grossed more than $107.9 million domestically and $213.9 million worldwide.  It was nominated for seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director for Tarantino. Travolta, Jackson, and Thurman were also nominated for their performances.  The film won a Best Original Screenplay Oscar for Tarantino and co-writer Roger Avary.

The Pulp Fiction soundtrack was a hit, to boot, thanks in part to Dick Dale & His Del-Tones' rendition of "Misirlou," which played during the opening credits of the movie, along with Kool and the Gang's "Jungle Boogie."

Pulp Fiction in 2010 was named one of TIME's 100 Best Movies of All Time, and in 2013 was selected for preservation by the National Film Registry in 2013.

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Rosalind O'Connor/NBC(NEW YORK) --  In what's already being praised online as one of their best parodies in years, Saturday Night Live over the weekend tackled the box office hit Joker head-on with their own twisted origin story.

Guest host David Harbour stars in the trailer for Grouch, playing the human version of the garbage-loving Sesame Street character.  In this case, Oscar's a garbage collector in the neighborhood, with a darker, dirtier version of Sesame Street standing in for Gotham City that Guy Smiley -- the character now a TV news anchor for "ABCDEFG News" -- describes as a "haven of crime and corruption."

And times are indeed rough for all of the familiar Sesame Street characters.  Prairie Dawn is a prostitute and Mister Snuffleupagus is her pimp, while Ernie gets knifed in an alley when he won't give up his rubber duckie and dies in Bert's arms.  Big Bird is an exotic dancer, The Count is a junkie, counting pills, and Cookie Monster is a homeless guy under a blue tarp with a hand-lettered cardboard sign declaring, "Need money for cookies."  We watch Elmo complain of racial profiling as she's arrested.

A scowling Harbour stalks through all of it as a dark, minor-key orchestral take on the Sesame Street theme plays. 

"If everyone calls you trash and everyone treats you like trash, why don't ya just become trash?" Harbour growls, as he applies green paint and bushy eyebrows to his face and climbs into a trash can.

As of Monday morning, the Grouch parody was the #4 trending video on YouTube, with well over 2.3 million views and climbing.

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NBC/Will Heath(NEW YORK) -- Saturday Night Live spoofed last week CNN's "Equality in America" campaign town hall that focused on LGBTQ issues, with a cold open sketch that featured cameo appearances by Pose's Billy Porter, Woody Harrelson and Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The bit kicked off with Alex Moffat's Anderson Cooper introducing Porter, who delivered hilarious introductions for the candidates, including Chris Redd and Kate McKinon, reprising their impersonations of Senators Corey Booker and Elizabeth Warren, respectively.

The sketch also featured "Weekend Update" anchor Colin Jost debuting his Pete Buttigieg, who, when asked by an audience member how he'd respond to those who say he's not gay in the right way, replied, "I've heard that, but there's no wrong way to be gay, unless you're Ellen this week" -- a jab at Ellen DeGeneres' comments about being friendly with George W. Bush.

In an apparent response to the backlash over Julián Castro's exclusion from a debate sketch featuring nine other top Democratic hopefuls in its season opener, Miranda stepped in as the Latino presidential candidate.

"As a Democrat. I want to apologize for not being gay," Miranda's Castro says. "But I promise to do better in the future."

"I'm young, I'm diverse, I'm latinobama," he said. "Let's get that hashtag going."

"There was once another man who left his mark on this nation's history," Miranda's Castro continued, before getting interrupted by Moffat, just as a song from Hamilton started to play.

"I was going to say Al Gore!" said Miranda.

Finally, Harrelson, reprising his impersonation of former vice president Joe Biden from when he hosted the season opener, began his portion of the town hall by noting, “The vast majority of people in America are not homophobic. They’re just scared of gay people.”

Stranger Things’ David Harbour guest hosted the show, with musical guest Camila Cabello.

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Apple Inc.(NEW YORK) -- Jennifer Aniston hasn't appeared on TV as a main character since Friends ended in 2004.  So, what convinced her to make a grand return after a 15 year absence?  It was no one other than Reese Witherspoon.

Entertainment Tonight reveals that the two actresses, who were promoting their upcoming series The Morning Show, revealed that Reese's pitch to Jennifer was just too good to pass up.

"The whole package that was presented was ideal," Aniston revealed. "You couldn't have dreamed something up better than this world."

She also called Reese "one of the hardest working women ever" and proved it by rattling off a list of the actress' recent TV and movie appearances, such as Big Little Liars.

While the two appear to be nothing less than best friends in real life, the pair's relationship is quite the opposite in their upcoming Apple TV series. 

When Aniston revealed that she had to scream at Witherspoon during their more-combative scenes -- and hated it -- the Legally Blonde actress laughed, "You were so good screaming at me though."

The Morning Show premieres November 1 on Apple TV .

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Niko Tavernise/© 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved(NEW YORK) -- Joker topped the weekend box office for the second week in a row, despite competition from three newcomers.  The film, starring Joaquin Phoenix as the titular Batman villain, delivered an estimated $55 million in its second week of release, making it the largest October second weekend ever, beating Gravity's $43.2 million back in 2013.

Overseas, Joker collected an estimated $123.7 million, raising its international earnings to upwards of $351 million. It's worldwide tally now stands at $543.9 million, ranking it as the ninth largest DC Comics adaptation ever globally, right behind Justice League's $657.9 million.

Finishing in second place was The Addams Family, beating out the other newcomers this weekend.  The CGI-animated feature, starring Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloë Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Nick Kroll, Snoop Dogg, Bette Midler and Allison Janney, also beat expectations by earning an estimated $30.29 million.

Conversely, the second of this week's newcomers, Ang Lee's thriller Gemini Man, led by Will Smith, struggled at the box office and finished in third with an estimated $20.5 million.

In fourth place was the CGI-animated film, Abominable, grabbing an estimated $6.17 million in its second week of release.

Rounding out the top five was Downton Abbey, collecting an estimated $4.9 million in its fourth weekend.

The third of this week's new releases, Jexi, the comedy starring Adam DeVine, Alexandra Shipp, Michael Peña, Justin Hartley, Wanda Sykes, Ron Funches, and Charlyne Yi, flopped with a disappointing $3.1 million.

In limited release, Parasite, the dark comedy thriller from Snowpiercer director Bong Joon Ho, had a feast, opening with an estimated $376,264 from just three locations in New York and Los Angeles. The film's $125,421 per theater average was the largest of the year and the largest since 2016's La La Land.

Here are the top 10 movies Friday through Sunday, with estimated domestic box office earnings:

1. Joker, $55 million
2. The Addams Family, $30.29 million
3. Gemini Man, $20.5
4. Abominable, $6.17 million
5. Downton Abbey, $4.9 million
6. Hustlers, $3.9 million
7. Judy, $3.3 million
8. It Chapter Two, $3.2 million
9. Jexi, $3.1 million
10.Ad Astra, $1.9 million

 

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Marvel Studios/ILMxLAB(NEW YORK) -- The Void, the company behind stunning virtual reality experiences, is letting fans be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with its latest adventure: Marvel Studios' Avengers: Damage Control

The full trailer for the experience created by ILMxLAB has just been released online.

Like its predecessor, Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire, Damage Control uses a virtual reality helmet and other sensors to drop patrons right in the middle of a fully-immersive, movie-quality adventure.

Instead of the Stormtrooper gear from Secrets of the Empire, Damage Control players will find themselves wearing Iron Man armor retrofitted by Wakandan tech genius Shuri, again played by Black Panther and Avengers movie star Letitia Wright.

The trailer also features the voices of Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly; they reprise their respective roles as Doctor Strange, Scott Lang/Ant-Man and Hope Van Dyne/The Wasp, all of whom -- and Spider-Man, too --  fight alongside you against the robotic menace, Ultron, who was voiced by James Spader on the big screen.

Also glimpsed in the trailer are Sam Wilson/Falcon, James Rhodes/War Machine, and Hulk.

The Void virtual reality experiences are located throughout the U.S., Canada, and in Malaysia.  Visit TheVoid.com for locations.

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© 2019 CTMG, Inc. All Rights Reserved. (NEW YORK) --  The new trailer for the Charlie's Angels reboot shows no shortage of stunts, sass, and sisterhood.

The promotional clip for the movie, directed and co-written by Elizabeth Banks, who also co-stars, shows a duo of female spies, played by Ella Balinska and Kristen Stewart showing the ropes to a new recruit, played by Aladdin’s Naomi Scott.

The Angels -- dubbed "a covert group of exceptional women" -- have gone global, with multiple teams tackling dangerous assignments all over the world. Banks, Patrick Stewart, Sam Claflin and Djimon Hounsou will play the Angels' handlers, all of whom are named "Bosley," as in the original TV show and the first two films.

Amid speeding super cars, spycraft and sexy cover outfits, Scott says of her sister spies, "The best part isn't taking down international criminals. It's you guys."

The first Charlie's Angels reboot in 2000, and its 2003 sequel, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, starred Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu.

The new Charlie's Angels hits theaters November 15.

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