Author Archives: Anya Crittenton
Animator and director Patrick Schoenmaker debuted his animated short “The Adventure of Indiana Jones” last year and it’s making the internet rounds once more — with good reason, as it combines the adventure of the original films with beautiful animation.
The 2011 film Hanna is making a comeback — but this time for the small screen. Amazon Studios has given an adaptation of the film a series order and original co-writer David Farr will pen the script.
The weekend went more or less as predicted — except with smaller numbers than expected, making for a particularly anti-climactic three-day box office. Alien: Covenant barely edged out Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in its opening weekend and Beauty and the Beast has become the tenth-highest film of all time.
Chronicles the struggles of painter Vincent van Gogh as he paints his famous masterpieces.
Based on the story of famed mime Marcel Marceau, who learned to mime while saving the lives of Jewish orphans whose parents were murdered by Nazis.
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Dylan Seller is returning to The Weinstein Company as President of Production and Legendary has lost two executives.
The latest installment in the Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant, opens this weekend, helmed by original creator Ridley Scott, and is poised to knock Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 off its throne.
A grounded in reality Jaws of the skies. A professor with a fear of heights must team up with his ex-wife and estranged daughter to defeat an apex predator long thought extinct on a mountainous tropical vacation island.
BBC Two is developing Diana & I, a feature-length TV drama about the death of Princess Diana, continuing the entertainment industry’s fascinating with British Royalty, following The Crown and Charles and Diana at the center of Feud Season 2.
An interwoven tale that explores how love can play out in parallel universes if a couple were to meet at three different points in their lifetime. Tonally similar to (500) Days of Summer.
After 300 years of living as the ultimate bachelor, an immortal commitaphobe falls hard for a 21st century woman who’s determined to stay single.
The Studio Series turns to Fox this week to see how its success with the X-Men franchise, beginning in 2000 with Bryan Singer’s initial X-Men film, has allowed the studio to try its hand at other types of fare.
A century after the energy crises in America, a group of explorers journey across the country that is now mostly a desert as they navigate the aftermath.
CBS is fortifying its fall 2017 schedule with comedy and military-crime, including the new Big Bang Theory spinoff Young Sheldon and two new military dramas, SEAL Team and SWAT.
After a lead singer and her mother are killed, the singer is resurrected and possessed by her mother’s spirit, and she begins killing men and uses that energy to have powerful performances.
After discovering she only has a few years until she becomes blind, a woman sets out to make the most of her eyesight with the time she has left.
British funnymen Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are launching their new film and TV production company Stolen Picture with the comedy-horror flick Slaughterhouse Rulez.
Oscar-winning and nominated actors Emma Stone and Steve Carell take on the roles of legendary tennis players Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, respectively, in the first trailer for Fox Searchlight’s Battle of the Sexes.
In order to keep her son, a single mother must return to the ring as an MMA fighter.
A down-on-his life guy decides to live life as a convict in a Denmark prison.
The fictionalized story of the real life Jewish philosopher Walter Benjamin who escaped from the Nazis in 1940.
After a plague of lethal blind creatures who hunt via sound and wreak havoc on a new Jersey town, a deaf girl and her family must live in silence to survive.