Hailed as a breath of fresh air, David Arnold’s debut novel Mosquitoland captured readers last year. Now, Broad Green Pictures has picked up the popular young adult road trip novel for a feature adaptation.
Louise Erdrich, widely acclaimed as one of the country’s greatest literary talents, has a new novel hitting bookshelves in May. LaRose is the final volume of her trilogy which also includes The Plague of Doves and The Round House. The TV and film rights are now available.
With another fun case and real progress on the season arc, Limitless has to be the best procedural on television. I’m not saying it needs to win Emmys or that it’s the best show on TV period, but name one other procedural that is as entertaining, irreverent, and self-aware.
After the sudden collapse of her family, Mim Malone is dragged from her home in northern Ohio to the “wastelands” of Mississippi to live with her dad and new stepmom. Before the dust has a chance to settle, she learns her mother is sick back in Cleveland, so she ditches her new life and hops aboard a northbound Greyhound bus to her real home and her real mother.
Emery Huang is obsessed with romance, where’d he get that obsession from? Who knows, because as we watch Valentine’s Day play out in the Huang household, it becomes very clear that it was not from his parents.
Ideal candidate will be personable, extremely detail-oriented, have an excellent work ethic and must be looking to become an agent. MUST have at least 1 year agency experience.
Zoolander 2, much like Dumb and Dumber To, offers up yet more proof that sequels to films from the ’90s and early ’00s do not need to happen – no matter how much of an impact those films have had on pop culture in the years since. But alas, what’s done is done.
When a couple on the edge of divorce take a small plane to a destination wedding, they get lost over the ocean. With fuel running low and tensions running high, their only hope of getting back to dry land is a mysterious stranger on the other end of the radio.
The California Film Commission announced the 13 productions that will receive a portion of the $56.9 million in tax credits up for grabs under the recently re-vamped incentive program. Among them is Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut A Star Is Born.
Producing partner for talent driven production company with studio deal seeks assistant with prior experience either at agency or production company. Producer is focused on TV but does oversee their Film deal.
Ahead of The Walking Dead’s return to AMC this Sunday, The ShowOff has dropped this recap of the first half of season six. Warning: they’ve managed to pack a lot of spoilers into about four minutes. And it’s fantastic.
Sometimes, an episode of television is just pure fun and beyond that nothing else particularly matters. Agent Carter hits just enough notes in “The Atomic Job” to make it a joyful sidequest. This episode was one big detour down action/adventure lane, and yet it was so phenomenal at it that we’re tickled.
Looking for someone interested in producing and development, who is detail-oriented and has a positive attitude. One year of experience as an assistant is preferred.
If you were over the age of five in 1994 when the American Crime Story: The People V. OJ Simpson events actually happened, the episode title probably gives away what this installment focuses on. Does a white Ford Bronco ring a bell?
The vacation of a famous rock star and a filmmaker is disrupted by the unexpected visit of an old friend and his daughter.
Must have exceptional communication skills, be organized and knowledgeable about the film and television industry agents, managers, studio/network executives and producers. Great opportunity for advancement. Competitive salary.
Set in a quiet American suburb on a snowy evening on the lead up to Christmas, Ashley, the regular babysitter for Deandra and Robert Lerner, has to defend their 12-year-old son from strangers breaking into the house – only to discover that this is far from a normal home invasion.
Candidates should have a strong understanding of the entertainment industry, and knowledge of high level writers, directors, development executives, production companies, networks, studios, etc.
The Grinder loves to go meta and the excels at it in this week’s episode. Doubly well is that the focus here is not only on Dean and Stewart, but Deborah too. Now one of the low-key, funniest characters is starting to get her just due and it feels good.
Here are the top entertainment stories you need to start your day. Michael De Luca wants to jumpstart Battlestar Galactica, Amy Schumer takes a dramatic turn, and Johnny Depp will appear – or not – as The Invisible Man.
Johnny Depp is set to star in Universal’s monster movie reboot of The Invisible Man, taking over the iconic role first played by legendary screen actor Claude Rains.
Two miles west of London, Dr. Robert Laing moves into his new apartment seeking soulless anonymity, only to find that the building’s residents have no intention of leaving him alone.
This is an entry-level position with growth opportunities for the right candidate at a fast-paced film and television studio.