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Joel McHale's 'Card Sharks' getting underway with strict COVID protocols
ABC/Eric McCandless (LOS ANGELES) -- Another show is getting back to work, with newly designed safety rules to keep its cast and crew safe from COVID-19. Deadline reports that Card Sharks, the ABC show reboot that Joel McHale hosts, has gotten back underway after the industry-wide shutdown; its producers, Freemantle Media is taking safety seriously. The show, which shoots at CBS Studios Radford in Studio City, California started shooting again today without an audience, the trade notes. Part of ABC's Summer Fun & Games line-up, Card Sharks follows the first reality TV show to continue following the lockdowns: NBC's America's...
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Zendaya and John David Washington secretly filmed new movie during COVID-19 pandemic
Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for SBIFF--Paula Lobo/ABC (LOS ANGELES) -- While Hollywood productions were on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Zendaya and John David Washington managed to secretly film their new feature Malcolm & Marie. According to Deadline, production on the film took place between June 17 and July 2 at the Caterpillar House, an environmentally conscious ranch in California. All filming was reportedly done with various acting and directing guilds' guidelines and COVID-19 safety protocols in place. Deadline reports that the film, which has already finished production, came about after Zendaya reached out to Euphoria creator Sam Levinson to...
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'Palm Springs' stars explain why film's time loop premise is timelier than ever
Hulu (NEW YORK) -- The time loop premise of Hulu’s summer comedy Palm Springs feels timelier than ever as the world deals with the monotony of repeating days in quarantine. Camila Mendes and Meredith Hagner, who play best friends Tala and Misty, say they can see the similarities between being stuck in a Groundhog Day-like situation to being stuck in COVID-19 lockdown. “I think something about reliving the same day definitely brings up a lot of existential questions,” Mendes tells ABC Audio. “It makes you kind of think about the meaning of life and your purpose in life and blah,...
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