While the announcement a few weeks back may have seemed like an unconventional choice, that might actually make O’Connor the better choice.
With Warner Bros’ “It” killing at the box office and other 2017 horror hits like Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” and Shyamalan’s “Split,” it seems like more than a coincidence.
Before she was Oprah, she was a nascent reporter in 1970’s Baltimore, struggling through personal and professional failures that threatened to derail her career unless she could find the true, inner voice that would change media forever.
Affleck won an Oscar for his role in the Amazon-released “Manchester by the Sea” while Amy Sherman-Palladino, Daniel Palladino are making “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” at the network.
The finale of the sci-fi trilogy will hit theaters on January 26, 2018 with Dylan O’Brien’s Thomas and the Gladers breaking into the deadliest labyrinth yet.
The stakes rise to heights unseen before on “Get Shorty” as production gets underway in Nevada.
The show misses the mark humor-wise but adds some potentially interesting plot developments.
The fate of Jamie, as well as Claire and Frank’s marriage, is up in the air on “Outlander”.
Gordon learns something unexpected about Hailey on “Halt and Catch Fire”.
Filmmaker Peter Nicks spent two years tailing the police department as they dealt with scandals and controversy in the face of the “Black Lives Matter” movement.
In “Boris,” the latest episode of HBO’s “Room 104,” a failed tennis star and Croatian expat opens up to a warm housekeeper.
Warners’ The LEGO Ninjago Movie not doing nearly as well and is likely to end up in third place to It in its third weekend.
CBS is developing a new legal drama to tackle the issues of internet violence based on the true story of lawyer Carrie Goldberg. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Prolific producer Greg Berlanti is behind two new drama series – an untitled high school football drama and Hold Fast, set in the South during Reconstruction – at The CW.
The story will follow Winfrey as a young reporter in 1970s Baltimore who’s struggling through personal and professional failures that will threaten to derail her career.
Neil Turitz is glad Jamie Lee Curtis and Linda Hamilton have been cast in high-profile movies, but thinks it be far more interesting if they each fronted something new, something that could accentuate their respective strengths without necessarily revisiting frequently trod paths.
While the Bradley Cooper-directed remake moves earlier to the summer of ’18, Robbie’s star turn as Tonya Harding will get a ’17 release in NY and LA to qualify for awards.
“If even one person sees this film and takes strength from Billie Jean’s personal journey, strength they use to live their life honestly, then that’s even better than winning an Oscar, and this story certainly has the power to do that,” writes Drew McWeeny.
A round up of this week’s Film and TV industry jobs! ICM Partners, Silver Pictures, NBC, and more are looking for new hires!
A round-up of this week’s Film and TV industry internships. Artillery Creative, Balance Pictures, Optimism Entertainment, and many more are all looking for interns!
Engelson’s ex-wife Meghan Markle is currently dating Prince Harry, and the fictional premise of show involves a divorced man whose ex-wife marries into the British Royal family.
The Tracking Board introduces a new columnist, Sabrina Cognata, who doesn’t hold back in her analysis of Darren Aronofsky’s polarizing new movie.
“Crisis on Earth-X” will interrupt Barry and Iris’ long-awaited wedding, according to new key art promoting the Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow crossover coming this November to The CW.
Table Read My Screenplay’s Chicago winners will be announced in one week and the New Orleans winners will be having their script read at the upcoming New Orleans Film Festival in October. Also, submissions are currently being accepted for their Park City table read.
The guys also discuss the possibility of Taika Waititi directing the Akira movie, and Tom Hanks starring in a remake of A Man Called Ove.
Evashevski has worked for UTA since 2007, while Sanders has been there twice as long. Both are major figures in the literary world, where Evashevski is known for brokering author Stephanie Meyer’s deals for her Twilight series.
Season 1, Episode 3 – The Orville leaves us in space wondering if anyone can hear us scratch our head.
Season 1, Episode 1 – The premiere of Ghosted isn’t perfect, but this haunted comedy has the potential to improve.
The psychological thriller from the makers of “Spring” premiered at Tribeca and will play at Fantastic Fest starting on Sunday.
Season 1, Episodes 8-10 – In the final three episodes, Georgina’s metamorphosis is complete, but not necessarily satisfying.