: Don Scardino
|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|2 BROKE GIRLS||CBS||Production||2014-2015|
|MISSION CONTROL||NBC||Pilot Director||Terminated||2014-2015|
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New Line is in negotiations with Ted Melfi to direct its remake of the 1979 George Burns caper comedy “Going in Style.” After things could not be worked out with Don Scardino, New Line returned to…
CBS has added a sixth new comedy to its 2013-14 season slate, giving a series order to Sony Pictures TV’s adaptation of the 2011 Cameron Diaz starrer “Bad Teacher.” DEVELOPMENT SCORECARD: Track…
LONDON — Amazon Studios has released the first wave of pilots for its original comedy and children's skeins to let Amazon users help pick which will be ordered to series. The eight adult comedy…
Neatly balancing brightly sentimental comedy with slightly edgier funny business, "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" pulls off the impressive trick of generating laughs on a consistent basis while…
For years, Texas films were the last thing people wanted to see at South by Southwest, to the extent that local directors begged fest programmers not to put them in the Lone Star section.
South by Southwest has set Zal Batmanglij's thriller "The East," starring Brit Marling, as its closing night film on March 16, two months after its premiere at Sundance.
Don Scardino has come on to direct the remake of "Going in Style" for New Line.
HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and ABC's "Modern Family" have scored two Directors Guild of America TV nominations each in the comedy category and Patty Jenkins took a pair of nods.
Just days after adding HBO alum James Gandolfini to the cast of "Burt Wonderstone," New Line is recruiting another actor known for playing a gangster on the pay cabler, as "Boardwalk Empire" star…
"The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini is going from mob boss to magician's boss, as he's in negotiations to join Steve Carell and Jim Carrey in the New Line comedy "Burt Wonderstone."
Jon Tenney will head to Broadway to co-star with Holly Hunter in the Roundabout Theatre production of Beth Henley's new play "Impossible Marriage."