AT&T Hello Lab Launches Mentorship Program With Big Names

A year after its launch, AT&T Hello Lab has unveiled a mentorship program designed to pair entertainment industry leaders with aspiring filmmakers from diverse backgrounds as they create new short films. The mentor list this year: Oscar winner Octavia Spencer, writer-director Rick Famuyiwa, Common, Desiree Akhavan and producer Nina Yang Bongiovi. Five filmmakers have been chosen, with their finished works to debut on AT&T’s DirecTV Now in fourth-quarter 2017.

In addition to a mentor, each filmmaker will be supported by industry advisors including studio and production company executives, agents and attorneys. Together they will counsel filmmakers on pitching their work, managing budgets, and directing character-driven narratives. The shorts will celebrate young adults and all tell a coming-of-age tale for audiences that want stories that reflect their voices: women, people of color and LGBTQ.

“Nurturing the next generation of creative minds is crucial for the entertainment industry,” said Valerie Vargas, SVP Advertising and Creator Lab at AT&T. “The AT&T Hello Lab Mentorship Program gives voice to filmmakers that may otherwise be silenced, and we can’t wait to see the ideas this unique group of creators develop.”

Advisors include Judy McGrath (founder and president, Astronauts Wanted), Mike Jackson (co-founder, Get Lifted), Cameron Mitchell (CAA agent), Bianca Levin (Gang, Tyre partner), Ivana Lombardi (SVP Film, Chernin Group), Kevin Iwashina (CEO and founder, Preferred Content), writer-producer-writer Roberta Marie Munroe, Brickson Diamond (founder, The Blackhouse Foundation), Emily Best (CEO and founder, Seed&Spark), Damian Pelliccione (CEO and founder, Revery) and James Lopez (Head of Motion Pictures, Will Packer Productions).

Here are the five mentees and their projects:

By Gabrielle Shepard (mentored by Octavia Spencer)

Logline: Faced with the memory of her late mother, an aspiring street photographer takes a surreal journey through the city as she reconciles her future and the relationship with her father.

Bio: Gabrielle Shepard graduated as an MFA Film and Television Producing Fellow in the Conservatory of Motion Pictures at Chapman University. She has produced films that have been programmed in the Austin Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival and Cannes Short Film Corner. Gabrielle now pursues fresh and dynamic projects to bring to life as a writer, director and producer. She currently works in the Motion Picture Lit department at William Morris Endeavor.

By Matthew Castellanos (mentored by Nina Yang Bongiovi)

Logline: A group of outcast teens must flee their hometown of South Central to protect their big blue alien friend from a ban against its kind.

Bio: Matthew Castellanos is a Mexican-American filmmaker from South Central, Los Angeles. He intends for his stories to start new discussions and shed some light on humanity. For the past two years, he’s produced and directed 12 digital television shows on artist Tyler, the creator’s network Golf Media. This August, Matthew’s first linear television show Nuts + Bolts premieres on the network Viceland, on which he’s serving as both executive producer and director.

The Lost
By Neil Paik (mentored by Rick Famuyiwa)

Logline: The events surrounding a highly publicized protest altercation are played out from three differing points of view.

Bio: Neil M. Paik is a filmmaker and artist from Los Angeles. After graduating from the film school at UCLA, where he was editor of the Daily Bruin, he filmed a documentary on the ground in the Middle East analyzing diverse perspectives in the conflict zone. His short fiction films have garnered several awards while playing at festivals nationwide. Over the last three years, he has worked in development and production at Warner Bros, Color Force, and WME and as a director’s assistant.

The Last Two Lovers At The End of The World
By Nefertite Nguvu (mentored by Common)

Logline: A future-set, New Year’s Eve wild night’s journey that follows two young lovers as they try to outsmart the end of the world.

Bio: Nefertite Nguvu is a graduate of New York’s School of Visual Arts, where she obtained a B.F.A in Film. Her thesis project at SVA won the award for outstanding screenplay. Nefertite is an award-winning writer/director and producer whose work includes, several narrative and documentary shorts, a host of web based programming, and a feature film entitled In The Morning which is currently available worldwide via Video on Demand.

How to Bury a Hatchet
By Sara Shaw (working title) (mentored by Desiree Akhavan)

Logline: After their youngest child is diagnosed with terminal cancer, an estranged family reunites and struggles to overcome their dysfunction.

Bio: Sara Shaw is a director and editor. While attending NYU’s graduate film program at the Tisch School of the Arts, her film Ballarat Ghost Town won the Grand Prize and Audience Award at the Fusion Film Festival. She has edited a number of feature films including Desiree Akhavan’s Appropriate Behavior (Sundance 2014), Adam Leon’s Tramps (Toronto 2016), Theresa Rebeck’s Trouble (SIFF 2017), and Akhavan’s forthcoming The Miseducation Of Cameron Post.


Russell Brand To Speak At Edinburgh TV Fest; Discovery & Atari Launch New Game Show – Global Briefs

Russell Brand is set to appear in the Edinburgh International Television Festival’s “Alternative MacTaggart” slot this year. The comedian, writer, actor and broadcaster will be interviewed by comedy writer Matt Morgan, addressing Brand’s lifelong devotion to comedy, his extensive portfolio of work on and off the screen and how his call for revolution has been realized in a personal way, in love and fatherhood. Brand is best known as a prolific stand-up comic and has appeared in films such as Forgetting Sarah Marshall and the Despicable Me films. The fest, which takes place August 23-25, has yet to announce its main MacTaggart speech which, in previous years, has included the likes of Kevin Spacey, Rupert Murdoch, Simon Cowell, Ted Sarandos and Al Gore.

Discovery Communications and Atari are launching Atari: Codebreaker, a new game show that will be broadcast in autumn 2017. The family quiz game will be first broadcast in the UK and Poland, followed by a selection of other European countries on Discovery Science. The TV show will be themed around global sciences and each episode consists of four rounds. During the first two rounds, three players will compete in a quiz covering all science topics, from astronomy, geography and everyday science to everything in between. Winners will compete in the two last rounds, during which they have to find the right combination to open a safe and win its contents.


Banijay Rights, the international distribution arm of Banijay Group, has sold factual crime series I Married A Murderer to the UK and American Justice to the U.S. The psychologically compelling true crime series I Married A Murderer has presold to UKTV, where it will air on its channel Really later this year. It’s produced by Bellum Entertainment. The 104-episode series has also been picked up by Australia’s Foxtel for their C&I channel. American Justice (3×60), created by UK indie Minnow Films for BBC Two, has been sold to National Geographic in the U.S. The hard-hitting series, which premiered in the UK earlier this year, has also been acquired by SBS in Australia.


Pandora CEO, President, And CMO Leave Following SiriusXM Investment

The leadership changes at Pandora Media are taking place faster than expected: Today the company says that CEO Tim Westergren decided to step down, with CFO Naveen Chopra filling in as interim CEO.

President Mike Herring and CMO Nick Bartle also left.

In addition to relinquishing the CEO job, Westergren is leaving the board and will be replaced by Jason Hirschhorn. The CEO of digital content company the ReDEF Group is well known in media business circles from his work as MTV Networks’ Chief Digital Officer, President of Sling Media, and co-President of Myspace.

Pandora shares are down more than 1% in early trading. Yesterday they were up 2.2% after Recode reported that Westergren planned to leave once the company found a replacement.

Westergren, who helped to co-found Pandora in 1999, may have seen the writing on the wall early this month. SiriusXM — owned by John Malone’s Liberty Media — agreed to invest $480 million in the streaming media company for 19% of the stock. In addition, SiriusXM will control three seats on Pandora’s nine-member board, with one serving as chairman.

Westergren says he’s “incredibly proud ” of the company and reclaimed the CEO title last year “to drive transformation across the business.”

Having “accomplished far more than we anticipated,” he adds, “Pandora is perfectly poised for its next chapter.”

Board member Tim Leiweke says that Westergren “was quickly able to reset relations with the major labels, launch our on-demand service, reconstitute the management team and refortify our balance sheet by securing an investment from Sirius XM. We support Tim’s desire to identify a new CEO for Pandora’s next stage.”

The addition of Hirschhorn to the board, he adds, “will lend valuable counsel as we focus on driving long-term value for our shareholders. With this new addition to the board, as well as our recently announced partnership with Sirius XM and our sale of Ticketfly, we have added significant intellectual and capital resources to Pandora, and we are confident that the company is in a better position than ever to capture an increasing share of the music listening audience.”

Pandora’s value diminished as it struggled to keep up with streamed music competitors including Amazon, Apple, Google, and Spotify. Pandora reported a $132.3 million net loss in Q1, up 14.9%, on revenues of $316.0 million, up 6.3%.


How The Predator Reboot Connects Directly to Predator 2

Ever since writer-director Shane Black boarded 20th Century Fox’s new film The Predator, the filmmaker has stated that it is not a reboot or a remake, and today we have even more proof that is the case. One of The Predator stars, Jake Busey, revealed in a new interview that his character actually has a connection to the original Predator movies, confirming that it continues the timeline set up in 1987′s The Predator and 1990′s The Predator 2. This connection is also with his own family, since he plays the son of Peter Keyes, the character his father, Gary Busey, played in Predator 2.

The actor made this revelation during an interview with The Red Booth, where he stated that writer-director Shane Black had told him right away that he’d be playing the son of his father’s character from Predator 2. In that sequel, Peter Keyes was DEA Special Agent Peter Keyes, in charge of a special task force that was investigating a drug conspiracy. However, this was all a front, covering up his real mission, to track down the killing machine known as the Predator. Here’s what Jake Busey had to say about this Predator sequel.

“Shane Black called me and he said ‘Hey, you wanna do this movie? We don’t have money for you but it’ll be a fun thing to come play and be your father’s son.’ And so as much as I have followed in my Dad’s footsteps career-wise, this is like really following in his footsteps by playing a character who is the son of the character he played. And I don’t think there would be any other forum where I would do that. I think this is the one thing.”

Jake Busey joins a cast that includes Boyd Holbrook, who is said to be the lead character of this movie, although very little is known about any of these characters. Shortly after production started, director Shane Black shared the first photo with Holbrooke alongside Thomas Jane, Trevante Rhodes, Keegan Michael Key and Alfie Allen on the set. The cast is rounded out by Sterling K. Brown, Olivia Munn and Jacob Tremblay, although no details have been given regarding their characters. Jake Busey also added that his character seemingly didn’t follow in his father’s law enforcement footsteps, revealing his profession. Here’s what he had to say below.

“We shot it up in Vancouver, and they were there doing it for about three or four months, but I was up there for three weeks. I play a scientist in the film, and I’m very excited about it. I think it’s going to be great. If you liked the very first movie a lot, you’ll really like this one. This one has a lot of essence of the first movie.”

The Predator wrapped shooting in early June, and with the new August 3, 2018 release date, pushed up several months from February 9, 2018, director Shane Black now has over a full year to work on post-production. There haven’t been any further updates since filming wrapped, and it isn’t clear when the first trailer may arrive, now that the summer 20818 release date has been set. As of now, The Predator will face Warner Bros.’ Holmes & Watson, Lionsgate’s Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral and an unspecified Disney live-action fairy tale project. Take a look at Jake Busey’s interview below, where he discusses The Predator and much more.

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Spider-Man Character Miles Morales Already Exists in the MCU

The Marvel Cinematic Universe just got a whole lot more interesting. Not that it wasn’t interesting already but, leave it to Kevin Feige to give us something extra to chew on. With the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming just over the horizon, the man in charge of Marvel Studios has been talking quite a bit about the future of the MCU and, more specifically, how it relates to Spider-Man. Or, perhaps, Spider-Men. Yes. It may be premature to hope for a crazy team-up movie, but Kevin Feige has confirmed that Miles Morales, the kid who takes up the Spider-Man mantle in the Ultimate Marvel universe, exists in the MCU.

Warning: minor spoilers ahead for Spider-Man: Homecoming. Donald Glover was recently revealed to be playing Aaron Davis, aka The Prowler, in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Those who have read the Ultimate Spider-Man comics will point out that Davis is actually Miles Morales’ uncle and, in the movie, he actually refers to his “nephew,” but not by name. In a recent interview with Screen Crush, Kevin Feige was asked about this and did clarify that yes, Miles Morales is somewhere in the MCU. He’s not going to show up just yet, but here’s what he had to say about it.

“In the meantime, I think Miles is a big part of the animated movie that Sony’s making. But where we go…we definitely want you to go ‘[Miles] is there. He’s there somewhere.’”

So that is a pretty big deal, to say the least. Not only did Marvel Studios manage to work out a deal with Sony to have Tom Holland play Spidey in the MCU, but now they have Miles Morales which, as far as fans are concerned, is a huge deal. In fact, before Spider-Man: Homecoming as we are about to know it came together, there was a whole lot of support to have the Miles Morales version of the character be the subject of the new movie, as opposed to Peter Parker. Well, it looks like if we can all hang in there for a bit, Marvel is going to give us the best of both worlds at some point. There is no way Kevin Feige would confirm something like this just to mess with everyone. Plus, Feige also clarified that “anything that’s happened in the books” is fair game for them, which is huge.

In case you aren’t familiar, Miles Morales took up the mantle of Spider-Man in the Ultimate Marvel Universe (which takes place outside of the main Marvel Comics Universe) following the death of Peter Parker. He is a young kid of African-American and Hispanic descent who has powers similar to Parker’s Spider-Man, but with some differences. The character first appeared in 2011 and quickly became a huge hit with fans and there has been demand to see him on the big screen pretty much from the get-go. Looks like those fans are going to get their wish at some point.

As Kevin Feige points out, Sony is going to be releasing an animated Spider-Man movie that is going to center on Miles Morales, which is being produced by the recently fired Han Solo directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller. So Marvel Studios probably won’t want to step on their toes at all. But with Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 already announced for July 5, 2019, who knows? We could be seeing a pretty epic team-up in the years to come.


How Big Is Spider-Man’s Role In Avengers: Infinity War?

With production continuing on Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel is also getting ready for the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming. With Tom Holland confirmed to return for Infinity War, fans are wondering how big (or small) his role may be. Thankfully, Kevin Feige recently shed some light on how much fans will see of Spidey in Avengers: Infinity War, especially considering that there are upwards of 67 characters in this massive superhero adventure. When asked how large Tom Holland’s role in Avengers: Infinity War is, Marvel Studios president and producer Kevin Feige had this to say.

“I think it might feel bigger a little bit because of Homecoming and because of what people know from it, but it’s about on par with (Civil War).”

We first got a glimpse of this new Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in Captain America: Civil War, when Tony Stark paid a surprise visit to the house he shares with his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), to recruit him to join Team Iron Man. Spidey only appeared in two scenes, most prominently the epic airport battle, but he was also featured in one of the post-credit scenes, where Peter is given a Spidey hologram by Stark. Spider-Man: Homecoming is set in the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War, although it hasn’t been confirmed how much time will have passed between Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War. Kevin Feige was also asked by Fandango if other cast members from Spider-Man: Homecoming will surface in Avengers: Infinity War. Here’s what he had to say below.

“There’s a pretty big crew already in those movies, but you might keep an eye out.”

Producer Amy Pascal also teased, “Yeah, you never know,” hinting that we may in fact see some of the Spider-Man: Homecoming characters in Avengers: Infinity War. One of these characters could be Peter Parker’s best friend Ned Leeds, who is the only one who knows about Peter Parker’s secret identity as Spider-Man. Since we don’t know how Spider-Man: Homecoming may connect to Avengers: Infinity War, it’s nearly impossible to speculate who could reprise their Spider-Man: Homecoming role for Avengers: Infinity War.

It’s also possible that Spider-Man may have an even bigger role in Avengers 4, which will start filming later this year after a brief break following the production wrap on Avengers: Infinity War. There has been speculation that several of the main characters who have been around since Phase 1 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe may be killed off, which could pave the way for younger heroes like Peter Parker to step up and take down Thanos once and for all. Still, that has yet to be confirmed, and Marvel hasn’t even revealed the title for Avengers 4 yet, since it will be a spoiler for Avengers: Infinity War. While we have almost a full year to wait for Infinity War, Spider-Man: Homecoming will hit theaters on July 7. Hopefully we’ll find out about how Spider-Ma fits into the Avengers: Infinity War story soon.


Alden Ehrenreich’s Han Solo Is So Bad He Needs an Acting Coach?

It may be time to really start worrying about the Han Solo: A Star Wars Story. Sure, alarms have been sounded in the past week. But this sounds seriously bad. Perhaps irreversible. Many Star Wars fans were, at the very least, probably pretty unsure when directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired just weeks before production on the movie was set to finish. However, with Ron Howard coming in and with five weeks of reshoots scheduled to take place after principal photography wraps, it feels like this ship could be turned in the right direction. That is, assuming that Alden Ehrenreich (Hail, Caesar!), the man tasked with playing the young version of Han Solo, can pull it off. And therein lies the problem. It sounds like Lucasfilm wasn’t happy with his performance prior to firing Lord and Miller.

The Hollywood Reporter recently did a very deep dive into what exactly went wrong behind-the-scenes on the young Han Solo movie that caused Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy to fire Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Part of the report revealed that, even before the directing duo was axed for good, Alden Ehrenreich was not giving a performance that made Lucasfilm feel confident. So much so that they brought in an acting coach deep into production. Here’s what THR had to say about it.

“Not entirely satisfied with the performance that the directors were eliciting from Rules Don’t Apply star Alden Ehrenreich, Lucasfilm decided to bring in an acting coach. (Hiring a coach is not unusual; hiring one that late in production is.) Lord and Miller suggested writer-director Maggie Kiley, who worked with them on 21 Jump Street.”

There is so much to unpack with this highly unusual situation. Is Lucasfilm having an issue working with visionary filmmakers? Should they pump the brakes and not rush these Star Wars movies out? There are a lot of questions, but really, at least for the Han Solo movie, none of that matters if Alden Ehrenreich can’t pull it off. Harrison Ford as Han Solo is one of the most iconic performances in the history of cinema. No matter how good this movie is, if the audience doesn’t buy Ehrenreich as a younger version of the character, it is all going to fall apart. So, knowing that an acting coach was brought in that late into the process to coach the actor who beat out more than 1,000 other candidates for the job, is perhaps the most unnerving part of this whole thing for Star Wars fans.

Lucasfilm still insists that the Han Solo movie is going to make its May 25, 2018, release date. That feels less and less likely. Disney owns Lucasfilm and, given their incredible track record with Marvel Studios, their live-action remakes and their original animated movies, it seems shocking that they are handling Star Wars the way they are. Sure, the movies are making money so far, but increasingly, the behind-the-scenes happenings are concerning. Hopefully, for Alden Ehrenreich, he won’t wind up shouldering the blame for this when the movie arrives. Or maybe this acting coach will get him where he needs to be. No matter what, this situation continues to be fascinating.


Anonymous Claims NASA Is Announcing the Existence of Aliens Soon

World famous hacking activists Anonymous say that NASA is “on the verge” of announcing the existence of aliens. Anonymous is known for its hacking abilities into larger websites of news organizations and corporations. The international group of activists or hacktivists originated in 2003 on 4chan, representing the concept of many online and offline community users simultaneously existing as a singular anarchic, digitized brain. Many out in the world praise the actions of the activists while there are just as many who denounce their actions.

Anonymous has now taken to their official Anonymous YouTube account to reveal that NASA will be announcing the existence of intelligent alien life. The caption for the video reads “NASA says aliens are coming!” The video has been watched nearly 1.5 million times with a huge section of comments, questions, and standard hate. Even more interesting is that the video has 3,142 likes and only 692 dislikes at the time of this writing.

Anonymous’ claim comes from a meeting in April of this year of the United States Science Space and Technology Committee. The video takes a quote from Professor Thomas Zurbuchen, the administrator for the Science Mission Directorate. He says this.

“There are many who claim that unofficially, mankind has already made contact with aliens and not just little micro-organisms floating around inside a massive alien ocean, but advanced space-faring civilizations.”

Professor Zurbuchen went on to expand on his original thought. He explains.

“25 years ago, we didn’t know that planets existed beyond our solar system. Today we have confirmed the existence of over 3,400 exoplanets that orbit other suns, and we continue to make new discoveries.”

The Professor then says something rather interesting about missions of the last 25 years and their focus. He says this.

“Taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are specifically searching for evidence of alien life we are on the verge of making one of the most profound and unprecedented discoveries in history.”


The new findings represent a huge explosion of knowledge that we have obtained in such a short amount of time, but does it prove the potential of possible alien life on other planets? The video goes on to say that NASA has slowly been trying to prepare the world for their upcoming announcement, an announcement that could very well change the world forever. But we trust the views of Anonymous on this subject?

Anonymous’ video adds that a number of the most recent findings are providing grounds for optimism that humanity must be close to encountering life that is not native to earth. Now there are already a lot of people saying that the information is completely and utterly false, but there has not been an official statement released by NASA at this time to dispute Anonymous’ claims. It is entirely possible that Anonymous is capable of hacking into NASA, so one has to wonder why they’re taking information that NASA has already made public and reading in between the lines. Regardless of what you may think, the recent scientific discoveries in space are a giant leap forward to humans understanding the universe around them. We’ll just have to wait and see whether NASA makes a big alien announcement in the near future. Check out the video below and decide for yourself.

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Doctor Strange, Iron Man & Hulk Team Up in Infinity War Set Photos

Just a few days after a new set photo teased the formation of the Illuminati, more set photos from Avengers: Infinity War have surfaced with the same four actors seen on a destructive set. While very little was revealed about the scene being filmed, the Atlanta set was being used as a New York City street, with New York taxicabs spotted amid plenty of destruction. It’s unclear what happened, or how this New York street was destroyed, but it could very well have been the work of Thanos (Josh Brolin). Still, this photo shows Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), Bruce Banner/Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Wong (Benedict Wong) together, uniting the Illuminati.

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirmed last October that Avengers: Infinity War will in fact introduce the Illuminati, although he wouldn’t specify what characters would be a part of that group. Both Iron Man and Doctor Strange were charter members of this group in the comics, and it certainly seems possible that Wong and Hulk could be the new members, given Strange’s connection to Benedict Wong’s Wong, and Tony Stark’s “science bros” connection to Bruce Banner/Hulk. In the comics, the group also included Namor and the Inhumans character Black Bolt, along with characters Marvel Studios does not control, such as Professor X from the X-Men and Mr. Fantastic from Fantastic Four. These photos were taken from the Atlanta set by the Associated Press.

In the Marvel Comics, the Illuminati was created as a secret society to share information with each other, without the knowledge of the other Avengers or other superheroes they were affiliated with. The group was formed at the end of the Kree-Skrull war, when it was learned that several of these heroes possessed information that could have stopped the war much earlier. Other members of the Illuminati were Captain America, Black Panther and Amadeus Cho, who was recently announced as the new Incredible Hulk in the Marvel Comics, although he has yet to debut in the MCU. Perhaps this character could be introduced in Avengers: Infinity War or even Avengers 4, perhaps joining Iron Man and Hulk as the latest addition to the Science Bros.

Despite Kevin Feige confirming that Avengers: Infinity War will introduce the Illuminati, no further details were given, and it will be interesting to see what will be used as the impetus for this group being formed. The Avengers: Infinity War synopsis released last month revealed that the Avengers and their allies have continued to protect the world from theaters too large for any one hero to handle, a new danger has emerged from the cosmic shadows: Thanos. This nefarious villan’s goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones, artifacts of unimaginable power, and use them to inflict his twisted will on all of reality. Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment, and the fate of Earth and existence itself has never been more uncertain.

It was also recently confirmed that Infinity War and Avengers 4 are being shot separately, after the studio had originally planned to shoot both movies simultaneously. Now the production will wrap after finishing Avengers: Infinity War, with the cast and crew taking a brief break before returning to film Avengers 4. The Avengers 4 title will likely not be revealed until after Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters on May 4, 2018, since Kevin Feige confirmed that the title alone is a spoiler for Avengers: Infinity War. Take a look at the latest set photos from the Atlanta set of Avengers: Infinity War as production continues.

Covering the Avengers being filmed in @Atlanta with @[email protected] Benedict Cumberbatch @wongrel @AvengersInfinity.

— Mike Stewart (@MikestewartAP) June 26, 2017

Covering the Avengers being filmed in @Atlanta with @[email protected] Benedict Cumberbatch @wongrel @AvengersInfinity.

— Mike Stewart (@MikestewartAP) June 26, 2017

Covering the Avengers being filmed in @Atlanta with @[email protected] Benedict Cumberbatch @wongrel @AvengersInfinity.

— Mike Stewart (@MikestewartAP) June 26, 2017


Prince Harry Says He Once Wanted Out Of The Royal Family

Prince Harry was ready to say goodbye to his royal status. Find out what made him question it all.

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