Universal has brought on “Fifty Shades of Grey” producer Michael De Luca along with Dylan Clark and Scott Stuber for its movie version of the sci-fi franchise “Battlestar Galactica.” De Luca finalized a three-year first-look deal to produce movies for Universal Pictures last year and is producing the next two “Fifty Shades of Grey” films. Stuber… Read more »
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The script for the upcoming play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” will be published in book form this July, Scholastic announced Wednesday. The eighth Harry Potter Story. Nineteen years later. Read it on July 31st! #CursedChild #HPScriptBook pic.twitter.com/4FNi2tltfI — Scholastic (@Scholastic) February 10, 2016 Since the play is only confirmed to show in London, many… Read more »
The tension has been mounting all season long on ABC’s “American Crime,” as more secrets unravel and more questions are raised over exactly what happened to Taylor (Connor Jessup) the night of the captain’s party. In this exclusive sneak peek at Wednesday’s episode, Leyland headmaster Leslie Graham (Felicity Huffman) argues with the school’s lawyer about her decision to warmly… Read more »
Kevin Smith and the cast of his new comedy “Yoga Hosers” made a visit to the Variety Studio at Sundance to explain what makes the film “unexpectable.” Justin Long, Lily-Rose Depp, Harley Quinn Smith, Ralph Garman, Austin Butler, Jason Mewes and Tyler Posey all star. Variety Studio is sponsored by Fandango and presented by Dockers.
Gianni Nunnari’s Hollywood Gang is teaming with Italian animation studio Rainbow Group on a live-action “Winx Club” movie. The “Winx Club” television series, which launched in 2003, is set in a magical dimension at the Alfea College, a school for fairies in all the realms, and centered on a girl named Bloom. She and her… Read more »
Fox News Channel finished on top in both the demo (narrowly over CNN) and total viewers Tuesday as it and the other cable news networks combined for another sizable slice of the viewership pie with coverage of the New Hampshire primary. Despite going up against all-original sweeps programming on the broadcast networks, Fox News Channel… Read more »
From analog fans to digital practitioners, the Oscar nominated d.p.’s choose approaches that match themes.
“Girls” returning alongside the second season of “Togetherness” makes a lot of sense, and not just because both shows focus on neurotic white people on the coasts with a lot of free time on their hands. With humor, insight and increasingly pleasurable authority, both shows offer snapshots of men and women trying to balance their… Read more »
LONDON — “Broadchurch” and “Humans” producer Kudos has confirmed changes to its leadership team. Having operated as co-chief executive officers for the last year, Diederick Santer will take up the role solely with Dan Isaacs leaving to join scripted start-up Sister Pictures. Martin Haines returns to Kudos as chief operating officer. Haines, previously director of… Read more »
When Mana arrives in Los Angeles to inaugurate its star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the members of the Mexican group will be treading familiar territory. Though founded in Guadalajara, Jalisco, and initially building a fan base by touring Latin America and Spain, the group made Los Angeles its northern home base in the… Read more »
Michael Shannon understands that viewers find the characters he plays to be similar. After all, they share his intensity, his towering physique and that deep voice. He would just respectfully beg to differ. “The difference between me and the rest of the world is that I see every character I play as a completely unique… Read more »