If the networks are going to insist on rebooting or creating sequels to long dormant programs, here are some suggestions that, in fact, could be sort of interesting for network execs to consider pursuing as we head full bore into the 2017 TV season and beyond.
I’ve been attending the Sundance Film Festival since 2011 and it truly is one of the most magical times of the year for movie fans. So take some friendly advice from a Sundance veteran who has lived both the highs and lows of the festival — there are plenty of Do’s and Don’ts in Park City.
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The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is less than a week away and, as expected, the fest boasts an impressive lineup from talented filmmakers and actors. From Sundance favorites to up-and-coming names there is a long list of films in various categories, but we’ve sorted out through the lists and picked 17 that caught our eye (even though all the films seem pretty amazing).
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 4 – Emerald City is still foreign to me. Meaning, I still don’t understand what’s going on. But the end of Friday’s episode surprises me with a metaphor that makes me intrigued to see what happens.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend uses its musical numbers as an integral part of the show’s magical structure when Rebecca asks “Josh is the Man of My Dreams, Right?” The Santa Ana winds make everyone act a little crazy, giving the characters plenty of opportunity for realizations, development, and some resolutions.
Stocked with captivating performances, Maggie Betts’ feature film debut is a merciless, yet beautifully composed story that is, contrary to the title, less about religion and more about the meaning of love and coming-of-age.
There is a specific “I knew about her before you did” pleasure Jessica Williams fans get when people discover just how funny she is — and with her starring role in The Incredible Jessica James, her funny will spread across the country like wildfire making her the comedic movie star she deserves to be.
James Cameron could be partnering with Deadpool director Tim Miller on an exciting project and two True Blood alums are re-teaming for a film. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Top Cow Comics and NBC are teaming up with Carol Mendelsohn and Caroline Dries on an adaptation of Witchblade. The graphic novel-turned drama series has landed a script commitment from the network.
With Black-ish exploding into one of the most talked-about sitcoms of the past few years, ABC is eyeing a potential spinoff that would star series regular Yara Shahidi. The project is in early talks with a potential backdoor pilot from Kenya Barris and Larry Wilmore.
In the teeming, multicultural metropolis of modern-day London, a seemingly straightforward missing-person case launches a down-at-heel private eye into a dangerous world of religious fanaticism and political intrigue.
The rights of upcoming drama Una, based on David Harrower’s Olivier-winning play Blackbird, have been secured by distributor Swen. They are an established distributor in Latin America and is starting to get involved in distribution Stateside via a deal with Eammon Films and Vision Films.
A round-up of this week’s Film and TV industry internships. Scott Rudin Productions, Sean Daniel Company, Pantheon Entertainment, and many more are all looking for interns!
A round up of this week’s Film and TV industry jobs! Lawrence Bender, Apatow Productions, Di Bonaventura, and more 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. Thomas Tull and Michael Lynton, the chairmen and CEOs of Legendary and Sony, respectively, have departed their roles.
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Season 1, Episode 12-13 – Season one of The Good Place ends on a massive twist, leaving everyone praying for a second season.
When it comes to films about nuns, director/writer John Baena may have created the most entertaining one since Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit. With The Little Hours, the Joshy director subverts what you would expect from a medieval time-based movie about nuns with characters by using modern vernacular and a whole lot of naughty, crass, and, of course, outrageously funny behavior.
The robust follow-up to 2006’s An Inconvenient Truth gives more facts and footage about climate change to make Liberals mobilize and Republicans roll their eyes and scoff the loudest scoff you could imagine.
Season 2, Episode 1 – Welcome to the second season of FX’s Baskets, the dark comedy about a clown, in more ways than one. And said clown Chip is on the run, meeting up with some interesting folks, while Christine begins worrying about her son’s whereabouts.
Season 1, Episode 12 – In this week’s Pure Genius, Dr. C is tasked with performing vocal cord surgery on a famous pop singer who happens to be one of Bell’s friends. Meanwhile, Dr. Wallace and Dr. Brockett struggle to keep a baby alive whose mother was addicted to heroin, and Angie’s mom is keeping a terrible secret from her.
A People v. O.J. star is eyeing a role in the new Predator film and Gold director Stephen Gaghan will helm The Divisionadaptation. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
After two weeks of being on top, Hidden Figures is about to be dethroned this weekend. At least, that’s what all the projections are saying but we know the box office has been more than a little unpredictable lately. Instead, newcomers Split and xXx: The Return of Xander Cage are preparing to duke it out for the top spot.
An alcoholic woman discovers that catastrophic events in South Korea are somehow connected to the mental breakdown from which she’s suffering.
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