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"Mr. Robot" creator Sam Esmail and "Billions" co-creator David Levien hit it off the moment they met. The famed Algonquin Hotel was the perfect setting for a conversation with the showrunners behind…
Showtime’s “Billions” celebrated its lucrative first year run with a panel discussion for TV Academy members Tuesday at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills. Stars Paul Giamatti, Damian Lewis, Maggie…
SPOILER ALERT: Do not read unless you have seen the April 10 season one finale of "Billions," "The Conversation." The big finish of the first season of "Billions" — the fiery confrontation between…
In its first pilot pickup of the year, Showtime has ordered “Billions” from journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin and writer-director-producers Brian Koppelman and David Levien. Set in the world of wealth…
Despite its stacked deck of a cast, "Runner Runner" adds up to little more than a charmless, paint-by-numbers thriller unlikely to escape the forces of "Gravity" in its early October release.
Michael Esper, who starred in "American Idiot" on Broadway, has joined the cast of New Regency's offshore gambling thriller "Runner Runner."
Gemma Arterton has been cast alongside Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake in New Regency's online gambling thriller "Runner Runner," which Fox will distribute.
New Regency has tapped Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake to star in newly acquired project "Runner, Runner." Dramatic thriller, penned by "Rounders" writers Brian Koppelman and David Levien, is a set…
Rihanna will make her feature film debut in Universal's "Battleship" alongside Alexander Skarsgard and Taylor Kitsch.
Steven Soderbergh will direct "The Girlfriend Experience," a feature that focuses on the world of prostitution from the vantage point of a $10,000-a-night call girl.
Pic continues the breezy good times of the first two series entries without missing a beat.