…that down on her professional luck actress Lindsay Lohan lives in a (leased) house in Venice, CA where the walls are hung with gigantic images of herself? It just makes sense in a Hollywood sort of…
Warner Bros. has launched development of a live-action version of "Spy vs. Spy" with Ron Howard attached to direct and produce through Imagine Entertainment with Brian Grazer.
Finally, "Rules of Engagement" creator-exec producer Tom Hertz can take a breath and focus on fielding new projects under the three-year overall deal he's inked with Sony Pictures TV.
Warner Bros. has parted ways with former New Line toppers Robert Shaye and Michael Lynne, who have seen their first-look deal at Unique Features run out with being renewed.
This is shaping up as one of the most unpredictable weekends of the summer, and early tracking isn't bringing much clarity.
Since mankind can't be relied upon to take care of the Earth, a group of computer-animated critters band together to fix things themselves in "Animals United."
Impressive as travelogue, perhaps, but reduced to empty stereotypes in terms of the 13 competing trios.
Understandable cult commodity Down Under has moments of goofy charm, and benefits greatly from Elijah Wood's vulnerability as a suicidal slacker.
Slightly darker than most USA fare, "Suits" follows the channel's pattern well enough, but breaks down when it comes to fulfilling the whole "Characters welcome" slogan.
"Sex Lives of Our Parents" smartly showcases the play's absurdist style and casts the kind of pros who can pull it off.