Daniel Schechter's sly, cleverly plotted caper reps a fitting memorial to the late Elmore Leonard.
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With negotiations remaining at a stalemate with DirecTV, the Pac-12 Networks has focused its energies on a new advertising campaign that aims to convince subscribers to the satellite distributor to…
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With its gravity-defying stunts and logic-resistant plot twists, its kinky couture and kinkier sex, “Switch” dishes out splashy thrills so indiscriminately, it winds up feeling like a theme park with…
When NBC confirmed "The Tonight Show" host changeover in 2014, plus the move from Los Angeles to New York, Broadway ears perked up. For legit publicists, the cross-country move could be a boon: They…
Writer-director Dan Schechter's untitled feature adaptation of Elmore Leonard's 1978 crime novel "The Switch" is switching up its cast, as "Saturday Night Live" veteran Will Forte and Oscar winner…
As Aereo's legal case winds its way through the courts, one Wall Streeter wonders if broadcasters should revisit the idea of converting to cable networks.
"Bachelorette" star Isla Fisher is in talks to join John Hawkes and Jennifer Aniston in writer-director Dan Schechter's untitled adaptation of Elmore Leonard's 1978 novel "The Switch."
Sidestepping the usual eco-docu strategy (i.e., set up a desperate, end-of-the-world scenario and then yank the viewer in off the ledge), the global-energy movie "Switch" takes a far less hysterical…
NBC is taking the unusual step of switching halfhour laffer "Up All Night" from a single-camera format to multicam in the middle of the season.
The Do It Yourself low-budget movie that makes a six-figure profit out of the box represents the new financing paradigm that has Hollywood talent buzzing.