Verizon keeps spending on premium content for Go90: Next week the mobile-oriented video service will bow “Thanksgiving,” an original half-hour scripted comedy from director and co-creator Daniel…
Netflix Adds ‘BoJack Horseman’ Animated Comedy Starring Will Arnett and Aaron Paul to Originals Stable
Netflix has acquired animated comedy “BoJack Horseman,” voiced by Will Arnett and Aaron Paul, from Michael Eisner’s Tornante Co., the streamer’s first adult-oriented animated original. Series, with…
Amazon Studios is adding distaff appeal to the male-led cast of original series “Alpha House,” a political comedy written by “Doonesbury” creator Garry Trudeau. Four thesps will guest star on the…
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Paul Schneider, Melanie Lynskey, Heather Lawless, Heather Graham, Amy Sedaris, Anna Camp, Ashley Hinshaw and Celia Weston are starring in Epoch Films' "Goodbye to All That."
Indie family comedy "Ping Pong Summer" starts filming next week in Ocean City, Md., with a cast that includes Susan Sarandon, Lea Thompson, John Hannah and Amy Sedaris.
David Rakoff, an award-winning humorist whose cynical outlook on life and culture developed a loyal following of readers and radio listeners, died Aug. 9 after a long battle with cancer. He was 47.
The consistently amusing "Puss in Boots" should appease audiences and shareholders alike as the swashbuckling cat leaves his prints all over the fall box office.
Offering a fitfully funny sitcom plot clumsily stretched to 90 minutes, then goosed with increasingly tiresome doses of smuttiness and political incorrectness, "The Best and the Brightest" is neither.
Moving Pictures Film and Television has acquired coming-of-age drama "Tanner Hall."
Shrill comedy is made for audiences looking for unchallenging laughs with familiar faces.
It's no "Scary Movie," but the pic delivers just enough laughs to justify its existence.