Featuring 92 scripts, 101 writers, more than 70 production companies & studios, 46 different agencies & management companies, and more than 200 individual reps, this year’s list is one of the most diverse and exciting we’ve ever released.
If studios return to the days when they’re making more movies that cost less money, they mitigate their own risk and offer themselves much better opportunity for success. This involves spending less money casting big names.
Awards season is in full swing and there is a long road until the 89th Annual Academy Awards, which are slated to air on February 26, 2017 on ABC. The nominations for the coveted statuette won’t be announced until January 24, 2017, but favorites have already emerged from the pack — and the competition is stiff.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Marcus uncovers the plot to assassinate the Pope on The Exorcist while searching for the missing Brother Bennett. Now that he knows the plan, while he be able to stop it? Angela has given complete control over to Pazuzu in order to spare Casey. Is there any chance to save her from the demon inside of her?
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend stops taking field trips and brings its winter finale back home in “Who’s the Cool Girl Josh Is Dating?” Taking on both Rebecca’s falling out with Paula and her obsession with Josh, the episode returns the focus to the original pillars of the story.
Justice League 2 has now been pushed back and Louis C.K.’s Internet dramedy Horace and Pete finds a second home at Hulu.
Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Young adult author Abby McDonald is getting into business with Tooley Productions who has acquired the rights to her spec script Pics or It Didn’t Happen, described as a “female-driven thriller for the Instagram generation.”
When one school teacher gets the other fired, he is challenged to an after-school fight.
A round-up of this week’s Film and TV industry internships. InStyle Magazine, Europacorp, Pantheon Entertainment, and many more are all looking for interns!
A round up of this week’s Film and TV industry jobs! ICM, Goldwyn Films, Episodic Interactive, and more are all looking for new hires!
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. There have been multiple promotions and hires at MTV and VH1, while Nicole Clemens has left FX for Anonymous Content, leaving room for new promotions at the network.
The 1963 vinyl single “Puff, the Magic Dragon” made popular by the folk group Peter, Paul and Mary is being turned into live-action/animated hybrid movie by Fox Animation. Trolls director Mike Mitchell is set to helm the film.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Burton continues to search for the woman from his dreams on Falling Water as the connections between characters solidify. Tess and Bill search for her son, but a warning from a friend reveals Bill may not be who he says he is. Taka finally makes a connection with his mother, but what has she been waiting for?
Season 1, Episode 7 – Despite its best efforts, Pure Genius‘s Christmas episode is more lukewarm than heartwarming, even as a leukemia patient helps Bell come to terms with his GSS diagnosis. Meanwhile, Dr. Verlaine and Dr. Brockett take a step forward in their relationship; unfortunately, this means the show takes a step back.
This is an exciting opportunity in the dynamic International division at A&E Networks. The Fulfillment Specialist acts as an account manager and customer service representative across multiple international territories.
Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Partner Insights, the Manager will be a creative thinker responsible for supporting the ad sales research needs of Viacom’s young adult brands for our sales and marketing teams and for supporting key research projects and initiatives.
Season 2, Episode 8 – This week on Legends of Tomorrow Damien Darkh and the Speedster emerge with an old friend. The Legends find themselves in 1927 Chicago, where they learn Darkh and Co are not here to play. On the bright side, Rip Hunter graces our screens again!
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging superhero.
Paramount removes sci-fi project God Particle from their schedule and puts a new Cloverfield project in its place and Aaron Sorkin set to be honored by the WGA. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
This weekend’s box office poses two interesting situations: which film will take the number one spot between Moana and Office Christmas Party and the intakes of the films outside of the top five, including Nocturnal Animals, Miss Sloane, and Manchester by the Sea.
The participants for the 2016-17 Directors and Writers Program Initiative at CBS have been announced. The programs provides an opportunity for talented television directors to be introduced to the CBS family.
The American Film Institute announced their top 10 American films and top 10 American TV programs for 2016. The list includes fan favorite TV show of nostalgia like Stranger Things as well as breakout NBC drama This is Us. On the film side of things, awards season favorites Moonlight and La La Land landed on the list.
Chronicles the World War II account of Irene Gut Opdyke, a Polish Catholic who risked her life while hiding 12 Jewish people in the basement of a German officer without him knowing about it.
A female-driven thriller for the Instagram generation.