Many films that premiered at Sundance have already been picked up for distribution yet a half dozen films that impressed us haven’t even gotten a bite yet.
Many of this year’s acting nominees have had long and full careers before this year’s nominations. Not all their early choices were particularly sound, but some of this year’s nominees have been paying their dues for decades.
We crunch the numbers on the amazing box office showing by Marvel Studios’ latest superhero movie to see if it can become one of the biggest domestic releases ever.
“It makes sense for Boyle to take the reins of James Bond down the line, as his skill set would be perfect for that eventual transition. But stepping in to bring this particular Bond’s run to a close? Sorry, but that really doesn’t,” writes Neil Turitz.
The new sci-fi noir film by the director of Moon is set in the same world as his groundbreaking debut. It stars Alexander Skarsgard, Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux.
April Dawn gives Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment a half-dozen female directors who should realistically be given the chance to direct Batgirl, including Mudbound‘s Rachel Morrison, the first Oscar-nominated female cinematographer in history.
With an estimated $28.9 million on Friday, Black Panther could gross more than $100 million over the weekend, while Game Night and Annihliation are underperforming.
The actress joins the previously cast Melonie Diaz, with one last sister character still to be cast. Jeffery will play Madison, described as a bubbly college freshman who finds witchcraft at odds with her goal of getting in to a super fun sorority.
A round up of this week’s Film and TV industry jobs! ICM Partners, 20th Century Fox, Abrams Artists Agency, and more are looking for new hires!
A round-up of this week’s Film and TV industry internships. Optimism Entertainment, New Reality Co., Platform One Media, and many more are all looking for interns!
TheWrap’s ace scooper Umberto Gonzalez joins Jeff Sneider and Simon Thompson to discuss Disney’s Pinocchio, as well as Paramount’s Dungeons & Dragons movie and its impact on the DCEU.
The storyline is under wraps but is said to follow a criminal who, instead of serving a prison sentence, has his memories erased.
Josh Sorokach’s TV pilot Clean Slate follows a woman who inspires a renowned socialite to leave his life of luxury and live outside of the spotlight, while Huelah Lander’s feature script The Science of Happiness follows a man who lives his entire life according to the predictions of a happiness app.
A woman who suffered extreme trauma in her teen years discovers that her celebrity husband may be a sexual preditor.
A woman must struggle for survival and get to her mother after her plane crashes in the mountains of Colorado.
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The Senior Manager, Audience Development will produce and support digital advertising campaigns to help grow Comedy Central’s digital and social audiences and drive video views of long-form content.
Join the Hardball team as a segment producer and contribute daily by writing exceptional, compelling segments regarding political insight and newsworthy events of the day.
The movie is a remake of the acclaimed Israeli film of the same name which was written and directed by Nadav Lapid.