Lionsgate has decided to close the "Divergent Series" and shift the movie into a TV series. Instead of "The Divergent Series: Ascendant" opening in the big screen next year, the studio has decided to have it wrapped up and go for the small screen. This will then make it into a standalone television series.
This is the fourth and final film for the Divergent series which was originally scheduled to be released in June 2017. Production will be handled by the Lionsgate television group, and the idea is to finalize first the cast and introduce new casts. This will then continue the series in either streaming or the traditional way.
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"Teen Wolf" season 5 closed with Scott (Tyler Posey) working closely with allies to get rid of the Beast at Beacon Hills. The Desert Wolf was fought by Malia (Shelley Hennig) and Braeden (Meagan Tandy), while Stiles (Dylan O'Brien) arrive to cause complications. Theo, on the other hand, continues with his quest for power.
In the meantime, there's a lot of mess going on at the wake of Sebastien Valet, which made Damnatio Memoriae a thing of the past. Mason (Khylin Rhambo) should be forever gone since the Beast is grown and do not need the Dread Doctors any longer.
With the finale of "Teen Wolf's" fifth season, there is no doubt viewers are waiting for season 6. more >>
The fourth and final episode of "America's Got Talent" season 11 finished last Wednesday, and the second round of the NBC competition reportedly started last week. There were 20 acts from each episode that made it to the next level past the auditions and impressed the judges. However, only seven from each group of 20 will be moving on.
There were 60 acts over the three shows, and only 21 were chosen by the judges to keep. The acts continued to the last installment with guest judge Louis Tomlinson. Tomlinson got the first pick among the final contestants. He chose to use the Golden Buzzer on "Rising Star" singer Jayna Brown.
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After Kelly Price performed her popular remake of the song "As We Lay" just before the gospel music showcase at the Indiana Black Expo on Sunday, some reacted by rebuking her for the song selection.
Price became a trending topic on Twitter Monday after numerous people questioned her decision to perform her 2000 remake of the Shirley Murdock song "As We Lay," which highlights the tale of a woman who's having an affair with a married man. Some people spoke out against Price while others joked about her song choice for a gospel event.
The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter who has worked with household names like Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and R.Kelly took to Instagram on Monday to defend herself against the backlash that she felt from Christians. more >>
The children's television network Nickelodeon plans to introduce a biracial, same-sex couple into one of its newest cartoon shows.
According to the entertainment news outlet Variety, Nickelodeon is on the midst of introducing the network's first-ever married same-sex couple in the cartoon series "The Loud House," which premiered this May.
The cartoon couple, Harold and Howard McBride, are voiced by comedian Wayne Brady and actor Michael McDonald and will debut in the series when the new episode "Overnight Success" airs on Wednesday. more >>
Pokémon Go is the latest mobile game craze and Christian public relations expert Hunter Frederick says as thousands try to virtually catch their favorite Pokemon, many churches are capitalizing on the floods of people who are traveling to their parking lots to find Pokemon.
The value of Nintendo's business has doubled since the release of Pokémon Go and according to Frederick, so has the traffic in church parking lots throughout America. The aim of Pokémon Go is to catch a virtual Pokémon that has been superimposed into the real-world. As users move around a virtual map on their smart phone while they walk through the real world, they can capture creatures and then train the Pokemon and battle them against others at Poké Gyms.
Poké Gyms are actual landmarks where players congregate and play around each other. Frederick told The Christian Post that given the number of people who've been randomly showing up around churches throughout the country, he believes church staff should use it as a ministry moment to share Jesus through acts of kindness and hospitality. more >>