Entertainment ‘Victories Greater Than Death’ Series Adaptation In Works At Amazon Studios From Michael B. Jordan’s Outlier Society
Ilya Mikheyev asked Maple Leafs for trade following 2020-21
Heading into his final season before unrestricted free agency, it’s easy to see why Mikheyev might want a different opportunity. The 26-year-old was an undrafted free agent signing out of the KHL, and unless he shows that he’s closer to the player that scored 23 points in 39 games as a rookie, it could be difficult to secure a deal worth more than the $2.19M he’ll earn this season. The fact that fellow KHL signing Alexander Barabanov—who couldn’t even crack the Maple Leafs lineup on a regular basis—found such immediate success with the San Jose Sharks could be a shining example of that greener grass.
has put in development , a series based on Charlie Jane Anders’ novel, from ’s . A writer is not yet attached. The project falls under Jordan’s overall deal at Amazon Studios.
Per the synopsis: “High school can be rough. It’s hard to fit in, yet impossible to be invisible, and when everyone is desperately trying to figure out who they are and where they are going in life it doesn’t help Tina that she’s hiding a deep secret. She’s the keeper of an interplanetary beacon that will activate someday soon, calling her home as the clone of an alien charged with saving the galaxy. But, for as much as she feels destined to fulfill her mission, she first has to grapple with the complications with the humans in her life. As Tina prepares to take on her journey with a group of teenage girls, they must grapple with learning to trust themselves and each other in this coming-of-age adventure.”
Primetime Emmys Winners List – Updating Live
Refresh for updates … Television’s Big Night is here. The 73rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards are being handed out tonight in Los Angeles, and Deadline will be updating the winners list live as they are announced starting at 5 p.m. PT. After the three-ceremony Creative Arts Emmys last weekend, and including the juried winners announced in August, Netflix has a huge lead over all other networks and platforms with 34 trophies. Disney+ is next with 12, followed by the combined HBO/HBO Max with 10.
Jordan and Elizabeth Raposo will executive produce under the Outlier banner. Jane Anders also will executive produce, along with Dan Halstead and Nate Miller.
On the TV side, Outlier’s upcoming projects include the second season of Netflix’s Raising Dion, 61st Street for AMC, and the recently aired second season of David Makes Man for OWN.
Film projects on Outlier’s upcoming slate include Amazon Studios’ adaptation of Akwaeke Emezi’s anticipated novel You Made A Fool of Death With Your Beauty; Static Shock, a live action adaptation of the DC Comics series; Thomas Crown Affair written by Wes Tooke; an adaption of Black Leopard, Red Wolf by author Marlon James and adapted by Tarell McCraney; and the Danny Boyle-directed action/thriller Methuselah.
TSN Archives: A teammate's view of Michael Jordan's comeback with the Wizards
Two decades ago, Michael Jordan made his second NBA comeback, joining the Wizards after previously serving as an executive. Here's how former Washington guard Chris Whitney described the "Air Jordan" experience.Chris Whitney is standing in front of his locker at the MCI Center in Washington, buttoning his dress shirt after a win over Philadelphia. He looks down at his chest. He's in good shape, but not so good that he wants to appear shirtless on TV. So the television cameras — there are four — wait as he buttons.
Jordan will next be seen in Journal For Jordan from Sony Pictures, directed by Denzel Washington. Jordan also produced.
Outlier is currently in pre-production on Creed 3 for MGM, which Jordan will direct as well as return to star in the role of Adonis Creed. Jordan is repped by M88, WME and attorney Greg Slewett.
Jane Anders’ debut novel All the Birds in the Sky received the 2017 Nebula Award for Best Novel from The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), among other honors. . Her second novel, The City in the Middle of the Sky, won the award for Best Novel from Locus and received nominations for Best Novel from the Hugo Awards and Nebula Awards. Her Tor.com story “Six Months, Three Days” won the 2013 Hugo Award. She has also had fiction published by McSweeney’s, Wired, and Slate. Her journalism has appeared in Salon, the Wall Street Journal, Mother Jones, among other outlets.
Panelists unveil ballots for NBA's Greatest 75 players: Jordan, LeBron, Wilt and also Sikma, Horry .
Our panel of 15 voters had all the familar names on their list -- Jordan, LeBron, Magic, Kareem -- but also names that may need an explanation.Of course, players like Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Oscar Robertson, Kobe Bryant, Kawhi Leonard, George Mikan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar will be on any list of the Top 75 great players. The trick is where they appear on any given list.