"Atlas Shrugged: Part II -- The Strike" is consistent with its predecessor as a somewhat awkward translation of Ayn Rand's 1957 novel to our current era, handled with bland telepic-style competency.
Strip away the counterterrorism lingo and this is really just a mismatched buddy copshow.
Strike TV is getting closer to its close-up. The website devoted to showcasing original works from Hollywood union-repped folks is planning a private beta launch starting Monday. If you’re curious…
Dr. Horrible can stop people in their tracks with his Freeze Ray gun. He can extract gold from a bank vault with his nefarious remote-control devices. He can sing, fall in the love with the girl next…
It began as an idea hatched by multihyphenates while walking the picket line outside of the Walt Disney Co. last winter.
Born on the WGA picket line last winter, the Strike TV original content web venture (www.strike.tv) has finally arrived. Here’s a link to the site’s teaser trailer for this weekend’s soft launch, and…
As the writers strike hits the six-week mark on Monday, the ramifications for the TV biz are growing by the hour.
While the networks have been repeating the mantra that "screens will not go black," it won't take long for TV viewers to see the impact of a Writers Guild of America strike.
While network and studio execs bristle at the thought of a strike, a work stoppage would only fuel the rapid rise of online media.
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