Chapman U's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts has picked "Trigger" as the first project for its microbudget production shingle Chapman Filmed Entertainment.
At the Westwood preem of Sony's "That's My Boy," Andy Samberg reminisced about growing up listening to Adam Sandler comedy albums and working with the star on "SNL."
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In the IFC dramedy "Peace, Love and Misunderstanding," Jane Fonda plays a free-loving, pot-smoking granny. So, it came as no surprise that her co-stars couldn't stop gushing about her hip quotient at…
Fox Searchlight's "Lola Versus" is the latest in a long tradition of breaking-up movies that make you feel good. At Tuesday's Gotham preem at the SVA Theater, Greta Gerwig chose "Annie Hall" as her…
"I had to tear myself away from a third reading of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' for this," quipped Jane Lynch, host of the 2012 Backstage at the Geffen gala.
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If "CSI: Miami" shows up on Netflix anytime soon, it probably won't be because the streaming service asked to carry it.
The world premiere of Terry Green's "No God No Master," toplined by David Strathairn, will open the 17th annual Stony Brook Film Festival this summer.
Bethesda, Md.'s Round House Theater has tapped Ryan Rilette, producing director of the Marin Theater Company in San Francisco, as its new producing artistic director.
CBS TV Studios has optioned Kate Braestrup's memoir "Here If You Need Me" for Carol Mendelsohn Prods. to develop.
Warner Bros. has lined up its first partners for "Man of Steel" and "The Hobbit" films before heading to Las Vegas for next week's Licensing Expo.
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