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The Oscar-winning actor, a three-time Emmy nominee, has been having success doing shows for streaming networks following Netflix’s Bloodline and the upcoming Castle Rock series for Hulu.
Like Sundance before it, female filmmakers are well represented at SXSW, and a quick glance at the lineup reveals such potential gems as Julia Hart’s Fast Color starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Lynn Shelton’s Outside In starring Jay Duplass, and Hannah Marks and Joey Power’s Shotgun starring Maika Monroe.
The veteran character is poised for a busy month between his turn in the Paramount Network’s Waco TV series and a pair of Sundance movies — The Catcher Was a Spy starring Paul Rudd, and Beirut starring Jon Hamm.
Bobby Cannavale is joining Julia Roberts and Stephan James, taking the final lead role in Homecoming, Sam Esmail’s podcast adaptation of Amazon which has already been picked up for two seasons.
The half-hour drama based on a popular podcast is from Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail and received a two-season order from the streaming platform.
Julia Roberts-starrer Homecoming has landed a two season order from Amazon. The project is an adaptation of the podcast of the same name from Gimlet Media. The podcast launched last November.
With actors like Dwayne Johnson, Simon Pegg and Riz Ahmed joining the club, plus directors Jordan Peele and Joss Whedon and longtime publicist Bumble Ward, the Academy definitely got a lot cooler today.
Oscar-winner Julia Roberts is in talks to headline Homecoming from Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail. The project hails from Universal Cable Productions and is based on the fictional podcast of the same name, which debuted last November.
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.
The Academy Awards’ Best Picture gaffe turned out to be the trending topic of the evening, but the real story isn’t this embarrassing moment in Oscars history (although it did make for great television). The real story is that Moonlight won.
Accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers released a statement regarding the incident at last night’s Academy Awards that led to La La Land being announced as the winner of Best Picture.
With La La Land and Zootopia taking top honors at the Producers Guild Awards, there weren’t many huge surprises during this year’s ceremony when it came to the film winners. However, there were some pleasant surprises on the TV side of things with Stranger Things and Atlanta walking away with trophies.
With the Golden Globes in the rear view mirror, awards season is now heading into Guild territory. The latest to announce its nominees is the Producers Guild of America. They recently unveiled their TV nominees, but today they have announced their picks for the categories of theatrical motion pictures and animated theatrical motion pictures.
Wayne Kramer has found the leading man for his upcoming feature Ecstasia in Scott Eastwood. The Suicide Squad actor is set to star opposite Matilda Lutz in the sci-fi drama that follows a couple who live in a world where love no longer exists during their final days together before their love expires.
After a news-packed week at Comic-Con, we’ve rounded up all the trailers from DC, Marvel, Nickelodeon and more for your viewing pleasure!
From Orphan Black to The Game of Thrones, we’ve compiled a list of all the TV shows headed to Comic-Con. (The list will be updated as more panels are announced!)
Premium cable networks like HBO, Showtime, and Starz have taken the battle for subscribers to another level this year as each channel has fully implemented an a la carte system in order to win over the cord-cutters.
Fox has boosted development to cover American Idol’s exit and fill nearly 40 hours or programming. So this year’s order of 11 pilots is up from last year’s 6. That said, Fox isn’t really looking to take risks. Let’s take a look at what’s in the works in our preview of Fox’s Drama Pilots.
True to form, this year’s SXSW competition slate is filled with a brand new batch of narrative features that follow some damaged characters searching for some answers and some docs that are too good to be true — but they are.
The Agent Carter will lead ABC’s Conviction pilot, Candice Bergen to topline ABC comedy, Once Upon A Time‘s Ice Queen and Anna heading to Freeform series, Revenge alum joins Ray Donovan – See today’s biggest TV casting news.
Dan Stevens, Aubrey Plaza, and Jean Smart board FX and Marvel’s Legion pilot, Monk‘s Tony Shalhoub is BrainDead, Suburgatory star tapped for CBS rom-com from HIMYM creators – See today’s biggest TV casting news.
With winter hiatus coming to an end, we’re still waiting to hear news of cancellations coming out of the networks. Such news does not appear to be arriving any time soon, as the big five continue to stay mum on the future of their current series and focus on developing new ones. Plus, your weekly recap of the latest developments in this year’s pilot season.
The biopic, based on Janis’ book Chopin and Beyond: My Extraordinary Life in Music and the Paranormal, is in development at Paramount.
With this being a shortened week for Thanksgiving break, we thought we would do something a bit different. Hopefully when we all return refreshed from the holidays, we will be able to hit the ground running as the production side of pilot season kicks into high gear!
Netflix announced that they are working on a reboot of the CBS television series Lost In Space, while Noah Hawley is set to tackle Vonnegut for FX. Plus, a round-up of the shows that went into development at the networks this week.