NBCUniversal’s E! will air the second and third seasons of web-based series “Burning Love” in the fall, the network announced. “Burning Love” is a spoof of dating reality shows. The series is…
Taking a page from the Adult Swim playbook (including its producing auspices), Fox is rather shrewdly using its Saturday latenight slot to experiment with a number of animated concepts, under the…
Online-vid site Blip is bulking up on originals with a slate of at least 12 new short-form series this year, led by laffer starring comedy player Rob Huebel. Principato-Young, which reps Huebel, is…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
For beleaguered print journalists, the fantasy of benevolent billionaires — willing to run newspapers as a public trust, free of the pressures associated with profit and quarterly growth — has become…
Millennium Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to horror-comedy “Hell Baby.” Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon wrote, directed, produced and star in the film, which premiered at the Sundance…
A pair of Valentine's Day heartthrobs -- Relativity Media's "Safe Haven" and Fox's "A Good Day to Die Hard" -- courted different demos Friday to the same tune of $7.2 million.
Congratulations are most definitely not in order.
After a thorough search, DreamWorks is in negotiations with James McAvoy to star alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in its untitled WikiLeaks movie that Bill Condon ("Dreamgirls") will direct.
Sprocket opera's lineup reflects social upheaval in Iberian peninsula
As fascinating as it is frustrating, "Beijing Blues" reps a scattershot take on life in the Chinese capital as seen through its motley but enterprising police force.
Something stops Max from aging in "Somebody Up There Likes Me," a droll, low-budget comedy that never comments on the fact that its lead character remains roughly 28 for his entire life.