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Dimension Films Boards Underwater Thriller ’47 Meters Down’
Bob and Harvey Weinstein’s Dimension Films has acquired North American rights to upcoming underwater thriller “47 Meters Down.” The project, to be directed by British filmmaker Johan...
The 20 Highest Grossing Indies of 2014 (A Running List)
Here's a chart of 2014's twenty highest grossing films (so far, clearly) tracked by Indiewire's box office charts. It's not exactly an impressive list just yet, with Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budape...
Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci Splitting Up on Bigscreen (EXCLUSIVE)
Longtime writing and producing partners Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are parting ways in their filmmaking endeavors after nearly a decade together. The pair have worked on some of Hollywood’s ...
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Discovery to Turn Canceled Everest Leap Into Documentary
The cable network will use its footage to document the dangers of Mount Everest following the avalanche that killed 13.read more
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Box-Office Milestone: Biblical Epic 'Noah' Crosses $300 Million Globally
Darren Aronofsky's film, opening in late March, is the No. 4 top-grossing film of the year.read more
Catherine Hardwicke to Helm Rachel Weisz Starrer ‘Miss You Already’
LONDON — Catherine Hardwicke will helm comedy drama “Miss You Already,” which will star Rachel Weisz and Toni Collette. Morwenna Banks has penned the script, which centers on two lif...
Justices Express Concern Over a Sweeping Aereo Ruling
WASHINGTON — With no less than the future of free, over-the-air TV at stake, Supreme Court justices expressed concerns about issuing a ruling that would have the unintended consequences of impac...
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Aereo at the Supreme Court: Justices Confused by Technology, Wary of Implications
At oral arguments on Tuesday, broadcasters appear to have an edge, but the justices want to know how their ruling will impact others in the tech sector.read more
Dimension Nabs Underwater Thriller '47 Meters Down' for North America
British filmmaker Johannes Roberts will direct the project about two sisters who become trapped at the bottom of the ocean.read more
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VH1 Lays Off Majority of New York Development Team
“With ratings on an upswing and the pace of development increasing cross platform, we felt it was the right time to examine our overall production and development structure in New York," said the ne...
Louis C.K. Laments His Lack of Suicidal Tendencies
Poor Louis C.K.; despite being pudgy, balding, middle-aged and under a seemingly ever-present black cloud of pessimism, he just can't work up the interest to kill himself. And he's not happy w...
Power of Women NY Honoree: Sarah Jessica Parker
When Sarah Jessica Parker says she plans to help inject a modern, fresh feeling into the New York City Ballet by marrying the worlds of fashion and ballet, it’s a wild idea that immediately makes se...
Power of Women: New York Continues to Incubate Trailblazing Women of Entertainment
When you think of the brilliant, bad-ass women in entertainment and media in New York, it’s hard to know where their quirky genius begins and the city ends. From Clare Boothe Luce to Helen Gurley Br...
Power of Women NY Honoree: Susan Sarandon
Some celebrities have one charity they offer their name or their time to. Susan Sarandon is virtually awash in them. At any given time, she’s involved with Habitat for Humanity, City Harvest, the AC...
‘24’ Returns After Blazing a Trail for Binge Viewing (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)
Dana Walden’s first encounter with the phenomenon of binge-watching came years ago when the 20th Century Fox TV chief ran into screenwriter Scott Rosenberg while on vacation in Hawaii. After introdu...
Power of Women NY Honoree: Iman
Horrified by the 20 years of civil war that devolved into lawlessness in her homeland, entrepreneur and supermodel Iman wanted to do something for her countrymen. “It was a clan-based country, not t...
Power of Women NY Honoree: Nancy Dubuc
When veterans return home from overseas deployment, one of the best things many of them can do to help ease in the transition to civilian life is to find new ways to use their skills. Team Rubicon and...
‘Total Recall’ Director Len Wiseman to Make Sci-Fi Spy Movie for Skydance
Len Wiseman will direct the science-fiction spy film “Black Chapter” for David Ellison's Skydance Productions, the company announced Tuesday. Skydance, which tends to make big-budget, ...
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Len Wiseman to Direct Skydance's Paranormal Sci-Fi Thriller 'Black Chapter'
Zak Penn, who worked on many Marvel-based movies in the 2000s, wrote the script. read more
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TV Ratings: 'The Blacklist' Returns Steady -- Despite Weakened 'Voice' Lead-In
"Castle" also holds its most recent score from a month ago, despite a dipping "Dancing With the Stars."read more

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