Week in Review & This Week in Entertainment: June 1

Bruce Jenner Makes Debut as Woman: ‘Call Me Caitlyn’
Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, has made her debut as a woman in Vanity Fair.

James Bond Distribution Rights Coming Up For Grabs
James Bond may bring his license to kill to another Hollywood studio after a lucrative stint at Sony Pictures, sources tell Variety.

Lifetime’s ‘Full House’ Movie Cast Announced
Let Netflix fixate on the reboot. Lifetime still thinks there’s plenty to tell about the original “Full House,” announcing Thursday its cast for “The Unauthorized Full House Story.”

‘Degrassi’ Ending this Summer After 14 Seasons
“Degrassi: The Next Generation” will officially wrap after 14 seasons with its series finale this summer on TeenNick, the cabler announced Thursday.

Harry Potter ‘Wizarding World’ Opens at Universal Studios Hollywood in 2016
Hogwarts is headed to Hollywood after debuting in Orlando and Japan.

This Week in Entertainment 1965

Sony Corp. of America unveiled the first videotape recorder for consumer use on June 8, raising questions in Hollywood about royalties and license fees for TV shows and films that could be recorded at home without much loss of clarity. The machine was priced at $995. The machine kicked off a revolution of home video recording and entertainment.

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