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‘Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies’ prequel series officially order at Paramount+

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Paramount+ has given a formal go-ahead to Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies, a prequel series to the classic 1978 film, which comes from Paramount Television Studios.

The 10-episode pickup, which had been in progress for quite a long time, marks the first official scripted series order since PTVS President Nicole Clemens added a senior role at the streamer as President, Paramount+ Original Scripted Series.

Oil: Rise of the Pink Ladies is set four years before the original Grease. Before rock ‘n’ roll ruled, before the T-Birds were the coolest in the school, four fed-up, outcast girls dare to have some good times according to their own terms, sparking a moral panic that will change Rydell High for eternity.

While the description can be interpreted as referring to the four Pink Ladies from the film, Rizzo, Frenchy, Marty, and Jan, the side project series will really highlight new characters.

Oil: Rise of the Pink Ladies (fka Grease: Rydell High), arrived at Paramount+ for advancement the previous fall after it was placed in turnaround by HBO Max where the prequel had been initially set up with a directly to-series request.

The prequel is written and executive produced by maker Annabel Oakes (Atypical), who additionally will fill in as showrunner. Marty Bowen will executive produce through Temple Hill. Erik Feig will executive produce by means of Picturestart.

The film Grease, starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, was the highest-grossing live-action musical of all time before the Disney reboots of Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King. Its soundtrack has sold in excess of 8 million duplicates in the U.S. alone. The establishment made an effective return to television with the 2016 live arranging on Fox, featuring Julianne Hough and Vanessa Hudgens, which won five Emmys.

Paramount+ is wagering intensely on TV series offshoots of the absolute most famous movies in the Paramount library which are accessible on the platform. Likewise in progress are Flashdance, Love Story and The Italian Job, just as more Star Trek offshoots, among others.

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Ajay Devgn and Priti Sinha is producing Pratik Gandhi-led web-series, ‘Six Suspects’

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Purportedly, Pratik Gandhi and Richa Chadha had been signed a web-series, ‘Six Suspects’, the official adaptation of writer Vikas Swarup’s 2016 book by a similar name. Tigmanshu Dhulia was allocated to direct it. The show went on floors in February end. Not a lot was thought about its maker or the excess cast as of not long ago when ETimes presents to you an exclusive big news on it herewith.

Ajay Devgn and Priti Sinha are producing the show jointly. Priti is the girl of (late) Vinay Sinha who produced the Salman Khan-Aamir Khan-Raveena Tandon-Karisma Kapoor extraordinary parody ‘Andaz Apna’ (1994). Priti is Ajay’s rakhi sister.

ETimes likewise has it that ‘Six Suspects’ will star Ashutosh Rana, Raghubir Yadav and Sharib Hashmi as well.

Ajay and Priti felt that it is extraordinary to go into the OTT space in the present times. Truth be told, Ajay and Priti have obtained the rights to two books of Swaroop-‘Six Suspects’ and ‘The Accidental Apprentice’.

Besides, they present to you that Dhulia has finished almost 50% of the show in places like Delhi, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Allahabad and is right now shooting in Mumbai. The excess shoot is outside Mumbai in a couple of different urban communities and will occur in the coming a long time of 2021.

Vikas Swarup’s book ‘question and answer’ was adjusted into the academy-award winning movie ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ directed by Danny Boyle.

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Netflix is developing a new live-action series ‘Pokémon’

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A live-action Pokemon series is underway at Netflix.

A TV project dependent on the wildly popular trading cards and video games is in early development at the streaming channel, sources affirm.

A journalists room led by showrunner Joe Henderson (Lucifer) began staffing up about a month prior.

Numerous scenes of the Pokemon anime series are as of now on Netflix, which makes a potential live-action version a natural fit for the streamer.

In the event that greenlit to series, it wouldn’t mark the first live-action take on the establishment, as there was a film, Detective Pikachu, delivered in 2019 (presented previously). The film featured Ryan Reynolds and earned $433 million around the world. A continuation was apparently being developed, however in May co-star Justice Smith purportedly said, “I think we have to just kind of bury our hopes. I don’t think it’s going to happen.”

In the interim, Henderson’s Lucifer will release its 6th and last season on Netflix on Sept. 10.

Netflix had no remark on the development.

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How MiraQle is Building a Fan-First Music Platform

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What sets MiraQle apart?

There are no other companies in the blockchain sphere that have all the components that we have. We built all of this in order to give fans control of the platform, something that doesn’t really exist anywhere else in the music industry. We’re very proud of that.

What sacrifices have you had to make to get to this moment?

We had a lot of trial and error in the beginning. We’re a music company not a tech company. Since we don’t know everything there is to know about blockchain technology, we ran into a lot of scam artists and a lot of roadblocks in the beginning, just because we weren’t really clear on the kinds of technology we needed to get the results we wanted. But the challenges were worth it, and we feel very confident about the technologies and platforms we’ve developed.

Where do you hope MiraQle is in five years?

We want fans across the world to be part of the music industry. We want them to be producers and consumers at the same time – “prosumers,” if you will. We’re going to keep testing what we can do with our technologies and platforms, and as we keep growing, we can keep stretching into more and different parts of the music industry.

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