Nicole Kidman will be joining the ranks of “The Stepford Wives.” She’ll topline Paramount’s remake of the 1975 thriller, which revolves around a group of husbands who transform their feisty wives into robots that cater to their every whim.
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Call it “The Italian Job,” part two. Furor over a finder’s fee for a posh villa in Italy has apparently led to the departure of a key agent from Creative Artists Agency.
Further signaling the regime change of executive editor Howell Raines, Steven Erlanger will replace John Darnton as cultural news editor at the New York Times.
Fox’s “Girls Club” apparently has some stringent membership requirements, as its premiere Monday night attracted relatively few, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
AT&T Broadband said Tuesday its basic-cable subscriber rolls shrank by just under 130,000 customers in the third quarter.
Universal Television’s emerging network Trio unveiled a slate of programming Tuesday and had no qualms about going deep into the vaults to find a pop culture-friendly lineup.
It was more of the same in primetime last week, with NBC remaining comfortably on top in young adults and CBS drawing the largest aud overall. The same order has held true all four weeks this season.
A sexy Sherlock Holmes? The famous sleuth’s rather stodgy reputation gets a big boost, as does USA, with the slick and sophisticated original movie “Case of Evil.”
Two Polish directors are preparing to make a movie about one of the darkest episodes of Polish World War II history — the Soviets murdering 14,000 Polish army officers in several concentration camps during World War II, collectively known as the Katyn Atrocity.