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In with the new and out with the old. According to
Deadline, 20-year-old comedian Pete Davidson has joined the ranks of
“Saturday Night Live” as a featured player.

Davidson, who is the only new featured player being added to Season 40 of “SNL,” has appeared on MTV’s
“Guy Code,”
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” and Comedy Central’s “Adam DeVine’s House Party.” News of the comedian’s casting comes after the

Fall Out Boy Pete Wentz is moving on. The father of 5-year-old Bronx Mowgli, who is expecting a second child with model girlfriend Meagan Camper later this year, has sold his tree-hidden home in Studio City, Calif. for $ 1.23 million. Perhaps the rocker is seeking more room for his growing family!… Continue reading Daddy-To-Be Pete Wentz Sells Woodsy Studio City Retreat For $1.23 Million

avery%20in%20license%20to%20drive Remembering James Avery, Pete Seeger, Saul Zaentz and Other Reel Important People We Lost This Month

Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies who have left us in recent weeks. Below you’ll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her own way.

Luis Avalos (1954-2014) - Character actor best known for TV’s The Electric Company. He also appears in the movies Stir

tim daly private practice exit season 6 Private Practice Season 6: Tim Daly not returning as Pete Wilder“Private Practice” fans, say goodbye to Pete Wilder. Tim Daly announced to his fans today that he will not be returning to the show for the upcoming Season 6 — but it wasn’t his decision. Zap2it has confirmed that he will be bowing out, though ABC does not comment on talent contracts.

“Wonderful fans of PPP,” he tweeted on Wednesday. “Shonda informed my agent today that… Continue reading 'Private Practice' Season 6: Tim Daly not returning as Pete Wilder

Pete Travis Departs Dredd

October 7, 2011

judge dredd Pete Travis Departs DreddIn an unusual turn of events, director Pete Travis has departed the “2000 A.D” comic book adaptation Dredd during the post-production stage. The LA Times has the news, reporting that Travis was removed from the project shortly after photography was completed due to “creative disagreements” with the producers.

Alex Garland, who both wrote and produced Dredd, is now in charge of overseeing