Jonathan Glazer's alien adventure deserves the Golden Lion. But why wasn't Alfonso Cuaron's space odyssey in competition?
While Emmett/Furla stands as a powerhouse shingle in the feature film world, the company's recent venture into television space is like a return to elementary school, according to Randall Emmett.
Michael Schur has inked a multi-year deal with Universal TV that extends his pact with the studio through 2016. Schur currently pens and exec produces the Peacock’s “Parks and Rec” and Fox’s…
Benedict Cumberbatch is in negotiations to star in Plan B’s “The Lost City of Z.” James Gray is directing, with Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner and Anthony Katagas producing for Plan B…
Without much fanfare, Microsoft said it will launch the new Xbox One videogame console on Nov. 22, a week after the Sony PlayStation 4 hits retail shelves. Company made the announcement Wednesday on…
An enchanting six-part series about lost love, missed opportunities and second chances, one can hardly imagine such a project getting greenlit by a U.S. commercial network.
No one should be feeling too pea-cocky just yet, but for the first time in years, NBC seems to have some wind at its back.
An improbable but very enjoyable sequel that recaptures much of the stripped-down intensity of Vin Diesel and director David Twohy's franchise starter "Pitch Black."
In an ironic way, toymaker Hasbro is helping Randall Emmett and George Furla grow up.
Although she's best known as silver-tongued killjoy Sue Sylvester, a scheming cheerleader coach with a propensity for track suits on Fox's "Glee," Jane Lynch's range as an actress runs wide and deep.
Randall Emmett and George Furla have come a long way since they met rather inauspiciously 15 years ago.