‘The Sound of Music’ Kicks Off 50th Anniversary With Screenings of Restored Version
“The Sound of Music,” which earned five Academy awards in its 1965 debut, is returning to the bigscreen to celebrate its half century legacy. “The Sound of Music” will show at...
The 2015 Indiewire Sundance Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During Run of Festival
LINEUP Sundance 2015: The Complete Festival Lineup With Grade Averages ACQUISITIONS HBO Picks Up 'How to Dance in Ohio' Ahead of Sundance A24 Acquires Michael Fassbender Western 'Slow West' Befor...
Sundance 2015: The Complete Festival Lineup With Grade Averages
For the next two weeks, the attention of the indie film world will be fixed on Park City, Utah for the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Features in ten different categories will be playing for audiences t...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #22: Saoirse Ronan Gets Kidnapped in 'Stockholm, Pennsylvania'
Writer/director Nikole Beckwith's "Stockholm Pennsylvania" lived a charmed life in pre-production. After making the 2012 Black List, the script went on to win the 2012 Nicholl Fellowshi...
‘Empire’ Showrunner: Women Creating TV Are ‘Doing It Fabulously’
When Shonda Rhimes praises your show, you know it’s a hit. A huge series debut, plus a ratings boost in week two, raking in 10.3 million viewers, and an early Season 2 renewal doesn’t ...
Tartikoff Award Winners Share Stories of Big Breaks and TV Obsessions
MIAMI — Jonathan Murray grew up in Syracuse scrutinizing TV schedules. Linda Bell Blue got her big break at KPIX-TV in San Francisco. Ted Sarandos collected TV Guide fall preview issues as kid i...
'Empire's' Jussie Smollett on Jamal's 'Rash' But Necessary Decision
The singer-songwriter-actor talks coming back to TV for the Fox musical and what's next now that Jamal has stood up to his father.read more
Richard Pryor's Widow Sues Over "Swag" T-Shirt
Jennifer Lee Pryor doesn't find an online vendor's design so funny.read more
NBC Orders Drama Pilot ‘Game of Silence’ From ‘CSI,’ ‘Friday Night Lights’ Producers
NBC and “CSI” executive producer Carol Mendelsohn are going into business with each other for the drama pilot “Game of Silence.” The pilot, which Mendelsohn (pictured) is execu...
NBC Orders ‘Game Of Silence,’ Fourth Drama Pilot For 2015-16
NBC has picked up its fourth drama pilot for the 2015-16 cycle, “Game Of Silence.” The hour-long thriller from Sony Pictures TV and Carol Mendelsohn Productions follows a successful risin...
NBC Orders Drama Pilot From Carol Mendelsohn, 'Parenthood' Scribe
The mystery drama 'Game of Silence' was written by 'Parenthood' scribe David Hudgins.read more
Sundance: Cantinas Entertainment Buys Mission Pictures
Film financier Cantinas Entertainment has acquired Mission Pictures to form Cantinas Distribution as a wholly owned subsidiary. Mission Pictures co-founder Cindy Bond will assume oversight of Cantinas...
Sundance: A24 Circling 'The End of the Tour'
The deal reunites the distributor with director James Ponsoldtread more
CBS Orders Pilots From Tommy Johnagin and Duo Behind ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘Madam Secretary’
CBS added to its development arsenal Wednesday, ordering a comedy pilot starring comedian Tommy Johnagin and a drama from “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Madam Secretary” duo Tony ...
CBS Orders Comedy Pilot From ‘Cougar Town’ Team, Drama From ‘Grey’s’ Producers
CBS has picked up its first comedy pilot for the 2015-16 season, a multi-cam from “Cougar Town” creator Bill Lawrence. The net also ordered a legal drama pilot from “Grey’s A...
CBS Adds Drama Pilot From 'Grey's Anatomy' Duo, Comedy Starring Tommy Johnagin
Bringing its dramas and comedies to three apiece. read more
Jake Gyllenhaal Passes on ‘Suicide Squad’
Warner Bros.’ “Suicide Squad” still looks to be one member short. Following Tom Hardy’s departure from the role of Rick Flag, sources now tell Variety that Jake Gyllenhaal has ...
Shocking New Claim in Bravo Star Greg Plitt’s Death: Crew Unaware ‘He Would Be Running Between the Rails’
Burbank police have interviewed the video team that was accompanying Gregory Plitt Jr. when he was struck and killed by a Metrolink train this past weekend, and the men are denying that they knew th...
Larry Wilmore’s ‘Nightly Show’ Debuts to 963,000 Viewers
Larry Wilmore just put his “nightliness” in nearly one million people. Comedy Central’s “The Nightly Show” premiered on Monday to 963,000 viewers, an individual with know...
Did Microsoft Just Introduce the Next Google Glass?
It’s hard to view Microsoft’s demonstration of its HoloLens and not think of Google’s struggling Glass product, whose interactive eyeglasses have been put back on the shelf. The pitc...

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