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Not long ago, Disney execs told "Phineas and Ferb" co-creators Jeff "Swampy" Marsh and Dan Povenmire they had set a July 26, 2013, release date for the first theatrical film to spin off from the…
Paul Feig created "Freaks and Geeks," the acclaimed but short-lived TV series that launched a dozen careers, and then went on to build a strong resume behind the camera, directing episodes of…
Dane Boedig-heimer has always loved the notion of bringing inanimate objects to life and imagining how they'd react in the real world. Apparently, he's not alone.
Right after "Parks and Recreation" wrapped its third season in March, Aziz Ansari moved to New York so he could concentrate on writing and performing stand-up comedy. Ansari slowly built his act over…
Consider the following recent Judd Apatow tweet: "I think Melissa McCarthy in the office with the balloons on 'SNL' made me laugh harder than anything else this year or decade."
If you watched Comedy Central or latenight talkshows, you probably knew Whitney Cummings before her face became ubiquitous via the full-court press promotional campaign NBC launched this fall for her…
Deciding to enter in lead or supporting categories is like choosing between apples and oranges.
Benedict Cumberbatch has played iconic characters real (Stephen Hawking, Vincent Van Gogh) and fictional (Sherlock Holmes).
Imagine your first meaty movie role. Imagine it involves a long shoot in Hawaii. Then imagine George Clooney is playing your dad.
Christopher Hampton began writing "A Dangerous Method" in 1997 for 20th Century Fox as a vehicle for Julia Roberts to play Sabina Spielrein, the Russian woman who came between Sigmund Freud and Carl…
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