Weekend Report, September 22, 2014
The Maze Runner: $32MM Wes Ball APA - Ryan Saul The Gotham Group - Peter McHugh Dylan O'Brien WME - Megan Silverman Principal Entertainment - Liz York Kaya Scodelario CAA -...
Film Review: ‘Adult Beginners’
Career setbacks, marital woes, the bonds of family and the challenges of child rearing make for familiar but sturdy entertainment in "Adult Beginners."
John Cho Explains Why People Should Get Over ‘Selfie's’ Terrible Title And Watch Anyway (Video)
“It took them a while, but they finally found a title that's more polarizing than ‘Cougar Town,'” Kimmel quipped to guest John Cho of ABC, but he's absolutely right. Cho ...
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BBC Worldwide Buys 35 Percent Stake in 'Ripper Street' Producer Lookout Point
“Drama is of increasing importance to BBC Worldwide," says CEO Tim Davieread more
Jimmy Kimmel Talks ‘Lost’ 10-Year Anniversary With Malcolm David Kelley
Malcolm David Kelley was just a little kid when he premiered as Walt on ABC's “Lost.” On the 10th anniversary of the premiere of the headache-inducing hit show, Jimmy Kimmel tracked hi...
Sequel to ‘My Sassy Girl’ Set as China-Korea Co-Production.
A sequel to 2001 smash hit comedy romance "My Sassy Girl" is to be made as a co-production between Korea's Shincine and China's Beijing Sky Wheel Media.
Icelandic Film Community Launches Stockfish Film Festival
Iceland is set to launch the first edition of Stockfish Film Festival, a new event dedicated to industry networking, showcasing local talent, locations and tax rebate. Stockfish was created by Iceland...
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Oscars: India Selects 'Liar's Dice' for Foreign-Language Category
The Hindi film screened at Sundance and won at India's National Film Awardsread more
Netflix Embraces Spoilers And Those Who Love to Spoil With New Website
Hide your eyes, spoiler-phobes, Netflix has set up a new website designed exclusively to push all your buttons. For those who love spoilers, though, this place is just for you. Spoilers, of course, ar...
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Rita Ora to Replace Kylie Minogue as Coach on BBC's 'The Voice'
The singing competition will return for its fourth season in Britain in Januaryread more
‘Dallas’ Finale Leaves Key Character's Fate in Limbo – But It's Probably Death
(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you have not yet seen the two-part season finale of TNT's “Dallas” entitled “Endgame” and “Brave New World.”) “I've ...
India Rolls ‘Liar’s Dice’ Into Oscars Race
Geethu Mohandas’ “Liar’s Dice” is India’s entry in the Academy Awards foreign language category, the Film Federation of India announced on Tuesday.
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Billy Connolly Opens up About Parkinson's and Losing Friend Robin Williams
Scottish actor and comedian says he has "been through the wars" in recent years read more
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Viacom to Launch Nick Jr., Nicktoons in Africa
The conglomerate says it now has more TV channels on the continent than any other international media company read more
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'Duck Dynasty' Dad Approves Sadie Robertson's 'Dancing With the Stars' Outfits
Dance partner Mark Ballas says her outfits are "very appropriate, and it’s always going to be comfortable"read more
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Oscars: South Korea Selects 'Sea Fog' for Foreign-Language Category
The country picked Shim Sung-bo's thriller based on its possible appeal to Academy membersread more
TV Review: ‘The Blacklist’ Bows; ‘Under the Dome’ Implodes (SPOILERS)
At times during its first season, “The Blacklist” felt like two series in one: The very good one starring James Spader as a ruthless criminal, and the more mundane procedural in which he had taken...
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John Malkovich Becomes Marilyn, Hitchcock, Einstein in Stunning Photo Re-creations
You'll never think of pink roses in the same way againread more
NFL's Abuse Scandal Kind of Screws Over League's New Chief Marketing Officer – And Crisis Not Diverted
The National Football League named former PepsiCo executive Dawn Hudson its new chief marketing officer Monday. Also read: CBS’ Les Moonves Sidesteps Ray Rice Scandal; Touts NFL's ‘Ph...
China Box Office: ‘Non-Stop’ Wins Weekend, ‘Apes’ Swings the Week
Six films finished the Sept. 15-21 week with box office scores separated by only $2 million. “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” kept its nose just ahead.