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‘Blue Bloods’ Stars Donnie Wahlberg & Bridget Moynahan Upset Series is Ending

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CBS has decided to bring their popular drama series ‘Blue Bloods’ to a close and are set to put a bow on the series this 14th season, however stars of the series aren’t happy that the network is bringing things to an end.

‘Blue Blood’ stars Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan spoke about it during an appearance on ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ on Tuesday, saying that they are “upset and sad”.

Barrymore asked the stars – “I think everybody’s really upset and sad, but also happy and satiated?”

“More upset and sad,” Wahlberg said (h/t Deadline).

“I think it’s more saying goodbye to the people behind the characters” Moynahan added. “We’ve created such a family on set with each other and the crew — most of the crew’s been with us for 14 years, so we’ve been through a lot of weddings, births, deaths, and everything. We’ve been through it all with each other.”

Last November it was reported that the series would be ending with an 18-episode Season 14 that would be split into two parts with 10 of those episodes landing this spring followed by the remaining 8 episodes coming out this fall.

A number of the show’s stars, including star/executive producer Tom Selleck, have been reportedly lobbying with the network to extend ‘Blue Bloods’ run beyond the fall.

CBS is reportedly sticking with the 8-episode final release to close out the series.

“I see a lot of very upset people out there. We’ll see what happens” Selleck said.

“They say it’s an eight-episode wind-down, and I say, ‘We’ll see,’” Selleck said, during an interview with USA Today. “Look, I’ll do whatever is best for the whole situation. But I love this show, obviously. And I think CBS is going to end up being very conflicted with their present plans.”

 

 

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‘Blade’ Director Yann Demange Officially Exits Film

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Marvel’s reboot of ‘Blade’ will have to find a new director as Yann Demange has reportedly exited the film, marking yet another shakeup for the project that has had it’s fair share of changes and delays, according to The Wrap.

Per the report, director Yann Demange (“Lovecraft Country”) has officially departed Marvel’s new Blade movie, an “entirely amicable” split they say happened “a while ago.” This marks the second time that the film has seen it’s director depart, with Bassam Tariq (Mogul Mowgli) exiting the project back in September 2022.

The film is currently slated to hit theaters on November 7th 2025, with Eric Perason working on the script and Michael Starrbury, Nic Pizzolatto and Michael Green writing previous draft, but given all of the issues that the film has had to this point, and will likely continue, a delay may be likely.

 

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Max Continues to Develop ‘Conjuring’ Series

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With the immense popularity of the ‘Conjuring’ universe, the films that have spawned box office success, and the spinoffs in the works, it was only a matter of time before a series was developed for television.

Max is working on that, having originally announced that the popular film franchise was heading to the small screen back in April 2023, and now news has popped stating that production is still continuing as we are deep into 2024.

“There are other properties [in development] like The Conjuring, which is a big movie franchise that we’re developing into a series” HBO’s Casey Bloys said, during an interview with Variety this week.

James Wan’s Atomic Monster Productions and Peter Safran’s The Safran Company will produce the small screen series, in association with WBTV.

 

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‘Masters of the Universe’ Live Action Reboot Set to Arrive in 2026

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After many, many years there will finally be a live-action reboot of the classic ‘Masters of the Universe’ which is currently scheduled to hit theaters on June 5th, 2026 and will be directed by Travis Knight, according to Deadline.

Mattel Films’ Robbie Brenner, and Escape Artists’ Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, and Steve Tisch are producing while Chris Butler is working on the screenplay.

According to the reported synopsis: “The movie follows ten-year-old Prince Adam who crashed to Earth in a spaceship and was separated from his magical Power Sword—the only link to his home on Eternia. After tracking it down almost two decades later, Prince Adam is whisked back across space to defend his home planet against the evil forces of Skeletor. But to defeat such a powerful villain, Prince Adam will first need to uncover the mysteries of his past and become He-Man: the most powerful man in the Universe.”

While the film had been in limbo for several years with Sony initially attached and then Netflix, it is now coming to life at Amazon MGM.

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