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THE PRODUCTION OF “LADY IN THE LAKE” STOPPED DUE TO THREATS OF VIOLENCE: Production on the Baltimore set lady at the lake was cut on Friday, August 26, after producers decided to “err on the side of caution.” Variety reports that a group of local residents contacted producers and threatened to shoot someone if production did not stop. They were told to pay the band $50,000 before production could continue.

JK ROWLING SAYS SHE CHOSEN NOT TO ATTEND “HARRY POTTER” REUNION SPECIAL: According The Hollywood Reporter, JK Rowling appeared on Graham Norton Radio show podcast Saturday (August 27) and said it was his decision not to appear on the Harry Potter reunion special. “Nobody said not to come,” she said. “Yeah, I was asked to be on it and decided I didn’t want to do it,” she said. “I thought it was more about the movies than the books, you know, rightly so. I mean, that was the point of the anniversary.

‘BLOCKBUSTER’ GETS A NETFLIX PREMIERE DATE: According Variety, Netflix’s comedy series on video rental store Blockbuster is set to premiere on the streaming platform on November 3. The stars of the show Randall Park like Timmy Yoon, who runs the latest Blockbuster video in the US.

ALEXA NIKOLAS PROTESTS AGAINST DANGEROUS WORK ENVIRONMENT AT NICKELODEON: Zoe 101 star Alexa Nikolas joined protesters at Nickelodeon Animation Studios in Burbank, Calif., last week and shared that she didn’t ‘feel safe’ around the producer Dan Schneider. Nikolas said during an Instagram Live on Thursday (Aug. 25), “I didn’t feel protected at Nickelodeon as a kid, personally. I demand that Nickelodeon start protecting children, not predators. She also called Schneider “the creator of childhood trauma”. This comes shortly after the iCarly actress jennette mccurdy shared in her memoir that someone at Nickelodeon, whom she called “The Creator”, encouraged her to drink alcohol when she was underage and photographed her in a bikini during a fitting for wardrobe.

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