The Walking Dead doesn’t need any monsters. It is a monster. Paley Fest’s feature of this iconic show proves that each actor is beloved by fans, and even the executive producers get a little bit of action, too.
Sam Elliott joins Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in the upcoming A Star is Born remake and the Getty family limited series Trust moves ahead at FX. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
The story is based on the life of U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant August O’Niell, who was injured in the line of duty while fighting in Afghanistan in 2011, but was so eager to return to service that he opted to amputate his left leg above the knee in order to improve his chances of recovery.
The New York-based distributor helped Bryan Cranston and Viggo Mortensen earn Oscar nominations for Trumbo and Captain Fantastic. Could Mara be next?
The reviews are in and while Beauty and the Beast is a charming adaptation, the deliciously ornate presentation highlights just where Bill Condon may have fallen short.
Written by Beck Dorey-Stein, the book follows a young woman living in Washington D.C. who is at an all-time career low when, through a twist of fate, she goes from serving cocktails to lobbyists to being hired as a stenographer in Obama’s White House.
A round up of this week’s Film and TV industry jobs! Sony Pictures, UTA, Voltage Pictures, and more are looking for new hires!
A round-up of this week’s Film and TV industry internships. Heroes and Villains Entertainment, The Exchange, Amazon Kids, and many more are all looking for interns!
The documentary Becoming Bond takes a refreshing approach to the story of one-and-done 007 actor George Lazenby while Bill Nye: Science Guy gives the iconic TV personality the scientific credit he deserves.
Women enjoy going to the movies as much as anyone male does. And yet, studios refuse to acknowledge this, as well as the fact that movies targeted towards women tend to do very well at the box office. It would be nice if the concept of making cheaper, more inclusive films for a wider audience hungry for them wasn’t so alien, Neil Turitz argues, but this seems to be the sad current reality.
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Focus Features production president Jim Burke is departing and Mike Clements has been named the president of Chris Hardwick’s new production company.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Elvis makes his first stop at Sun Records while Sam takes drastic measures to deal with his destructive behavior. Jerry Lee and Jimmy Swaggart compete for Peggy. Col. Parker gets creative generating revenue at Hank Snow concerts and Johnny Cash travels to an East Berlin brothel for his first time.
Season 2, Episode 17 – Amy and Jonah bond this week, making their will-they-or-won’t-they relationship seem more and more like a “they will”. Amy and Jonah help her parents move, while Garrett and Glenn compete for Cloud Nine’s Integrity Award.
The Intellectual Property Corporation is seeking a motivated and dedicated assistant for its President to start ASAP. Incredible opportunity at a young production company with room for growth for the right person.
Season 2, Episode 9 – A lot of plot development is covered this week on Baskets, as Chip helps an old friend, Dale’s life is turned upside down, and Christine finds herself empowered. Another exceptional episode as we near the end of season two.
Kept under wraps, but project is being pitched as a high concept four-quadrant sci-fi tentpole.
Blumhouse has set their next film as a horror project starring Lucy Hale and Saturday Night Live is going to test simultaneous broadcasting. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
A middle school vice principal discovers his new next-door neighbors are human-heart-munching monsters hell-bent on taking over his town.
Disney is set to have a great weekend at the box office. Not only will Beauty and the Beast open as the biggest film of 2017 so far, it also has a good chance of breaking at least one box office record. Plus, Moana is poised to cross $600 million worldwide.
The Launch Pad Feature Competition, alongside our exclusive competition partners Vertigo Entertainment, Twin Padres Productions, ESA, and Bellevue, are incredibly thrilled to announce the 2016 Launch Pad Feature Competition’s Top 10.
Sony’s Animated Spider-Man movie will do box office battle with WB’s Aquaman in December 2018 — for now.
TV Land’s upcoming series Heathers and American Woman are moving to Paramount Network. The pair of series will launch the new network in January, which is the result of re-branding at Spike TV.
Comedy nerds will love how Nobodies puts an absurd slant on a specific part of the comedy community, while the ’90s-set pic Hot Summer Nights fails to pick a lane when it comes to tone.