Lizzy Caplan is in talks for the female lead in the upcoming Sony comedy “The Interview,” which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco. Rogen and Evan Goldberg are writing and directing the project. The…
Caught In The Act
There's certainly a racing pulse in this Jerry Bruckheimer production, which stars Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott, but the longer-term prognosis remains murky.
HONG KONG – Controversial genocide documentary "The Act of Killing" is to be made available in Indonesia, in perpetuity and for free. The unusual move is a joint effort of the picture's U.S…
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Time Warner Cable is donning rabbit ears. With the CBS blackout in key markets heading into a fourth week, the cable company is giving away free TV antennas to customers so they can watch the Eye…
After a decent premiere a week ago, CNBC’s new weekly primetime business-makeover reality show “The Profit” took a tumble in the ratings Tuesday. Nielsen estimates that “The Profit,” in which…
Rock unit Paramore ascended to the top on the U.S. album chart, as its self-titled new release – its first set in four years – nipped Brad Paisley's latest in the No. 1 spot.
Mark Canton's Atmosphere Entertainment has feature rights to Steve Klayman's action-comedy script "Caught In The Act."
A young woman's promising future is threatened when she becomes pregnant out of wedlock, and the man she hoped to marry turns out to be a cad, in didactic drama "Wajma (An Afghan Love Story)."
Jeremy Strong, who will next play assassin Lee Harvey Oswald in the JFK-themed pic "Parkland," is already caught in the middle of two awards juggernauts based on historical events.
Image Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to action-thiller "The Devil's in the Details," starring Ray Liotta, Emilio Rivera ("Act of Valor"), Lane Garrison and Joel Mathews.
Not since "Scream" has a horror movie subverted the expectations that accompany the genre to such wicked effect.