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Marvel Phase 4: Everything We Know About the Future of the MCU
Kevin Feige overwhelmed Comic-Con 2019 with a detailed slate of upcoming TV and film projects.
The Making of an Emmy Underdog Success Story
Though big shows on big networks continue to dominate, bottom-up Emmy campaigns increasingly have a chance of working.
Pasek and Paul, Thirsty for That EGOT, Are Producing a Showtime Musical-Drama
Dear Evan Hansen
creatives head to TV.
To Compete For Jack Series Dominance At Amazon
Watch out, Jack Ryan!
Scarlett Johansson Says She Has the Right to Portray ‘Any Person’ She Wants
She now claims her divisive comments were edited for “clickbait” reasons.
Netflix Is Boasting About Huge Numbers for
But how much credit can we give to Maya Hawke?
Moviepass Is Shut Down for Maintenance That Could Take Weeks
That’s right, weeks.
Season 4 Is Finally, Actually Happening
After a months-long production delay, the beloved Syfy series will begin filming again in January 2020.
Rereleases to Crush
’s Record. Is This How We Live Now?
Disney aims to break James Cameron’s $2.78 billion box office record, and it just might work. So is this the new norm for studio films?
Lena Headey to Star As a More Fun Mom in Showtime’s
Based on the Danish series of the same name.
DGA Disqualifies Streaming Films for Top Award Unless They Play Theaters First
The award is now called the “Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film.”
George Clooney Is a Lonely Scientist on the Prowl in Netflix’s New Film
His hiatus is over!
Jill Soloway Replaces Bryan Singer As
The movie is back on track.
Former Weinstein Company HR Director Files Suit
He claims he’s owed a payout from Harvey.
Inside ABC’s Retro Renaissance of Old-School Game Shows and Live Sitcoms
ABC has six summer game shows, plans to bring back Jimmy Kimmel’s
Live in Front of a Studio Audience
, and no whammies in sight.
the more you know
Sandra Bullock’s Apparently Legendary College Years Are Getting an Amazon Show
She must have been a wild one!
Bo Burnham to Pen Songs for Warner Bros.
Skipping right past the rest of middle school and breezing into kindergarten.
Has Worst Box-Office Debut in X-Men Series History. What Happened?
The X-Men movie spent a year and a half in postproduction, had its release date pushed back twice, and its third act underwent significant reshoots.
Pauley Perrette Won’t Return to
Due to Being ‘Terrified’ of Mark Harmon
“I have nightmares about it.”
What the Filmmakers Behind
How do you make a music biopic any good? Don’t make it a music biopic.
What’s Behind Netflix’s Podcast Ambitions?
The streaming giant is quietly moving into audio. Should we pay attention?
summer of scam
Singer Chad Focus Allegedly Spent $4.1 Million on His Day Job’s Company Card
You really aren’t allowed to do that.
Became HBO’s Surprise Monday-Night Hit
With a cumulative audience of 6 million, this nuclear-disaster miniseries is anything but radioactive to viewers.
it is decidedly so
Blumhouse Is Making a Magic 8-Ball Horror Movie, So You Better Throw Yours Out
From the studio that made
Truth or Dare.
Producer Walks Off Indie Film Over Georgia Abortion Law
The film, starring Brianna Hildebrand and Todd Grinnell, was a month away from shooting.
Apple Is Sending iTunes to the Great Trash Bin in the Sky
Don’t worry, there will be lots of other apps there for it to run and play with.
Elisabeth Moss, Benedict Cumberbatch Star in Jane Campion’s
The Power of the Dog
A feature adaptation of Thomas Savage’s Western novel.
Hollywood’s Future in Anti-Abortion Georgia, Explained
Which film and TV productions are staying, which are leaving, and what’s next for the Hollywood of the South.
Disney Unlikely to Continue Filming in Georgia if Abortion Law Stands
“I think many people who work for us will not want to work there,” CEO Bob Iger said.
Niecy Nash Doesn’t Want to Be the ‘Sassy Black Friend’ Anymore
“Back then, I was just hungry. I wanted to eat. Now the refrigerator is full.”
Netflix Announces New Latinx Sitcom
The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia
The family comedy follows a 15-year-old robotics prodigy who moves in with her carefree uncle.
writers vs. agents
Verve Has Signed The WGA’s ‘Code of Conduct’
It’s the biggest agency so far to break ranks with the ATA.
Writer Making an Anthology Series About Love in the Future for AMC
Coming in 2020.
Game of Thrones
Helped HBO Break Into the Streaming World
It’s been pivotal in shaping the network into a digital-programming powerhouse ready to take on the Netflixes of the world.
purge for life
Naturally, the Fifth
Film Will Arrive During Another Election Year
Making America murder again.
Kim Cattrall Will Star in Fox Drama
A soapy southern gothic about televangelists, what’s not to like?
Russell Crowe’s New Film
Is About Something Actually Scary: Road Rage
We’d take a house full of ghosts over an SUV full of furious Russell Crowe any day.
Annette Bening, Michelle Pfeiffer Join Alzheimer’s Murder Mystery
Turn of Mind
The film is an adaptation of author Alice LaPlante’s 2011 psychological thriller of the same name.
Jessica Chastain Is Donning the Lashes of Tammy Faye Bakker
Praise the Lord!
catch 'em all
Producers 7 Years to Make a Live-Action Pokémon Movie
Legendary Entertainment never set out to make a movie about a coffee-addicted Pikachu voiced by Ryan Reynolds, but here we are.
The College Admissions Scam Is, of Course, Being Made Into a Series
Annapurna has optioned a forthcoming book on the scandal.
You’re Going to Have New
Movies at Christmas for a Decade
It could be even longer, but that’s as far as Disney’s release calendar goes.
NBC Orders Kal Penn and Mike Schur Immigration Comedy
In addition to the Jimmy Smits legal drama
Bluff City Law
Gets Season 6, the
Spinoff Is Officially Green-Lit
Time for a lot more Bow.
Probably Won’t Beat
as the Highest-Grossing Movie Ever
Repeat viewings and strong international ticket sales might not be enough to help
dethrone James Cameron’s sci-fi epic, experts say.
Netflix Rolls Out the First-Look-Deal Carpet for Regina King
The star used to have a production deal with ABC.
How Hulu Got Serious About Comedy
are three of the year’s best new comedies.
Kevin Hart Takes on an
, the Korean Blockbuster Comedy Remake Kind
screenwriter Tracy Oliver will reportedly adapt the 2019 South Korean runaway hit.
Is Moving at Hyperspeed Toward $100 Million In A Day
And it’s about to make so, so much more money this weekend.
Return to Walshland: Shannen Doherty Officially Joins
Beverly Hills 90210
stars the show’s original cast as fictionalized versions of themselves trying to get a
reboot off the ground.