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The single camera comedy will be penned by Whitest Kids U’Know comedians Trevor Moore, Sam Brown, and Zach Cregger. The original film debuted in 1981 and starred Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, John Candy, and Sean Young.
The latest animated feature announces “family is forever” as Miguel is reunited with his ancestors.
No deal has been set but reports state that CEO Jeff Bezos is personally involved in negotiations.
The project was set to be released in 2020 with “Inside Out” co-write Meg LeFauve and Nathan Greno directing.
The project is in the works at ABC and is based on the Scandinavian series from Mikko Polla and Roope Lehtinen.
The Tracking Board sits down with producer Aude Albano and actor Jessica Clark to talk all things Versailles, which debuts its second season this weekend.
Season 2, Episodes 1-3 -Ovation’s decadent Versailles returns this weekend with all the luxury and scandal you’ve been missing.
The Emmy Awards happily danced through the three hours but never left a moment without touching on the larger conversations of diversity and the current White House administration.
“Tonight, we binge ourselves,” declared this year’s Emmy host Stephen Colbert. Delivering a solid start to the awards show, Colbert began the night with a pre-taped portion of song, dance, before heading into a live monologue that doubled down on the political humor that has made him the biggest name in late-night this year.
Fall television has arrived! While we’re all excited to see what new shows networks have made for us, it’s also time to look back at the past year and the shows that are competing for the golden statues at this year’s Emmy Awards.
Is it November yet? Marvel dropped a new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok in the middle of NFL’s opening night game between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs.
Gary Dauberman has closed a deal to write the second installment. The sequel had been the goal from the get go and would be called Chapter Two.
The company will announce a director for a project soon with production scheduled for early next year. The feature is described as in the vein of Frost/Nixon.
They just don’t make movies like they used to. Seriously. 1992 isn’t generally regarded as a landmark year for cinema but you’d be wrong to dismiss it. The films are still very much part of the culture, starting with Quentin Tarantino’s directorial debut and A Few Good Men.
The service launched in January 2016 at a monthly rate of $3.99 and streams NBC late night, well known NBC sitcoms, and classic series such as Monty Python’s Flying Circus, in addition to creating original programming.
DuVernay will executive produce with Charles D. King, while Victoria Mahoney will write the series. The story centers on an African American woman who works with aliens to resurrect the human race 250 years after a nuclear war.
Set in New York City in the Reagan era in the 1980s, the series is a fictionalized version of RuPaul’s rise from club kid to drag queen, gay icon, and global star.
Insecure is currently airing its second season while Ballers airs its third. Both shows have seen record viewership this year.
The series hails from Vin Diesel’s One Race Television and Chris Morgan Productions. Morgan and Diesel previously worked together on the film franchise Fast and Furious.