Author Archives: Anya Crittenton
In 1870 Texas, Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd travels delivering news to people when he’s tasked with taking a young girl to her family after being raised by the Kiowa tribe.
The trend of network live musicals will continue in spring 2018 as NBC has announced Jesus Christ Superstar as its next production. The religious-themed musical will, appropriately, premiere on Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018.
With his family’s farm ravaged by the Dust Bowl, a 15-year-old sets out to capture a fugitive bank robber and collect the bounty on her head.
The popular USA series Psych is making a comeback for a movie, aptly titled Psych: The Movie, reuniting the original cast and creator. The show, which ended in 2014 after eight seasons, will premiere the two-hour movie at the holiday season.
As predicted and after several weeks of a slump, this year’s box office received a much-needed boost from Disney and Marvel’s latest movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Jennifer Morrison, the star of ABC’s fairytale family show Once Upon a Time, took to social media Monday morning to announce that she will not be returning for a seventh season if the show gets renewed, leaving the future of the show up in the air in multiple ways.
Blade Runner 2049 releases its first full-length trailer, packed with big action, loads of set pieces, and plenty of big name stars.
Chilling adventures of Dr. Faraday in a small town in postwar England.
The Tracking Board has confirmed that Amazon Studios acquired the spec This Is Jane by Dan Loflin in a six-figure deal. The project is based on Laura Kaplan’s book The Story of Jane: The Legendary Underground Feminist Abortion Service published in 1995.
Chronicles the efforts of a woman in Chicago and the underground abortion clinic she founded before Roe v. Wade.
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Anne Cherel has been promoted at Studiocanal and Sonia Coleman, an HR executive, has moved from the Walt Disney Company to ABC.
Dunkirk, the latest blockbuster from filmmaker Christopher Nolan comes out this summer, and now we have a look at the official trailer.
It’s the start of the summer movie season and with it comes a much-needed burst of energy into the otherwise lifeless box office as of late. The highly anticipated sequel to 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy opens tomorrow and there is no doubt it will crush its competitors at the box office. The big questions surrounding this film are just how high it will go… and for how long.
Two science students travel to a remote part of Iceland to test a large-scale magnetic theory. But what they encounter is something larger than themselves, with ramifications that might go beyond the scope of the experiment.
Neil Turitz brings back last year’s Studio Series for the summer of 2017 to look at the film industry, studios, indies, and any in between. And where better to launch the series than with the biggest and most successful studio in Hollywood? Disney.
Stephen King’s Gunslinger and Man in Black have finally come to life in the first trailer for The Dark Tower starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey.
British actor Dan Stevens is having a busy year with eight (yes, you read that right, eight) movies coming out. The latest, Kill Switch, is a sci-fi thriller which puts Stevens squarely in the role of world-saving hero.
As the lines between Hollywood and Broadway become more and more blurred, Christopher Jackson and Jane Krakowski announced the nominations for the 2017 Tony Awards Tuesday morning, with the War & Peace musical Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 leading the pack.
The weekend turned out to be just as tepid as expected in terms of numbers (in fact, it was one of the weakest weekends of 2017 to date), but where movies ended up falling, namely newcomers How to Be a Latin Lover and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion was something else entirely.
Chronicles the story of the FBI’s attempts to ensnare car designer John DeLorean in a drug deal in the 1980’s.
he popular book series The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice has been optioned by Paramount TV and Anonymous Content with the intention of developing a series written by Rice’s son, Christopher Rice.
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Miramax has a new CEO, Open Road has a new President of Marketing, and Rory Bruer, the head of worldwide distribution at Sony, is retiring.
Even with stronger new films opening (and landing in the top five), it’s going to prove to be another lackluster three days at the domestic box office this weekend. One of the biggest surprises to keep an eye out for will be how Baahubali 2: The Conclusion performs when it bows in 450 theaters.