Sony Pictures Chief Tom Rothman Says Studio is ‘Unbroken, Unbowed’ After Hack
Sony Pictures chief Tom Rothman said the studio has emerged stronger from the devastating cyberattack that nearly brought it to its knees last winter. “We have more than survived, we have thrive...
New Sony Movie Chief Tom Rothman Calls Studio ‘Unbroken, Unbowed’ After Hack
New Sony movie chief Tom Rothman addressed last year’s unprecedented cyberattack at the annual CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas on Wednesday, calling the studio “unbroken, unbowed and pus...
Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger Hits Setback After FCC Staff Recommend Hearing (Report)
The Wall Street Journal reports that staff concluded that a "hearing designation order" overseen by an administrative law judge was the best option, suggesting the FCC doesn't feel the deal is in the ...
China Media Capital Buys Stake in Formats Company IPCN (EXCLUSIVE)
Chinese private equity fund takes reins at Sino-British formats and product placement firm.
Animated ‘Spider-Man’ Movie to Be Produced by ‘Lego’ Directors Phil Lord, Chris Miller
“The Lego Movie” directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are set to produce a fully animated “Spider-Man” movie for Sony Pictures that will swing into theaters on July 20, 2018, i...
‘Something Rotten!’ Theater Review: Or How a Musical Called ‘Omelette’ Begat a Play Called ‘Hamlet’
The new musical “Something Rotten!,” which opened Wednesday at the St. James Theatre in New York, offers something rare, as well as something recycled. The something rare is the opportunit...
‘Arrow’ EP Breaks Down Felicity’s Confession, Love Scene Logistics and How Team Arrow Moves Forward
Three seasons into “Arrow,” The CW superhero drama gave a large chunk of its audience what they’d been waiting for: Oliver and Felicity finally had sex. The circumstances surrounding...
'Arrow' Won't Use Lazarus Pit to Bring Back Dead Fan Favorites
Executive producer Marc Guggenheim says Tommy and Moira aren't taking a dip in the pit, and "we have an explanation for why that is the case."read more
Disney and Vince Gilligan Teaming for 'Jack and the Beanstalk' Movie
The 'Breaking Bad' creator wrote the treatment for 'Beanstalk.'read more
‘Spider-Man’ Shortlist Includes ‘Paper Towns’ Star Nat Wolff, ‘Hugo’s’ Asa Butterfield (Exclusive)
Sony Pictures and Marvel have narrowed down their list of “Spider-Man” contenders to a select group of up-and-coming actors that includes Nat Wolff, Asa Butterfield, Tom Holland, Timothee ...
Tribeca Review: Arnold Schwarzenegger Surprises in Zombie Drama 'Maggie'
READ MORE: The 2015 Indiewire Tribeca Film Festival Bible Arnold Schwarzenegger is not your average action hero in "Maggie." The movie, the feature-length debut by British commercial direct...
CAA Hiring Two Mosaic Assistants as Comedy Agents (Exclusive)
Luke Esselen and Sam Bringardner will join the agency's talent group.read more
CinemaCon: 'Lego' Movie Directors Creating Animated Spider-Man Film for Sony
Tom Rothman also announced a date for Sony and Marvel's live-action Spider-Man film.read more
Watch: How Grammy-Winning Rapper Che 'Rhymefest' Smith Turned His Life Into a Piece of History
READ MORE: Meet the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers #21: Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg Build a Sense of Trust in 'In My Father's House' "In My Father's House" made its world premiere at the 2...
Facebook's Q1 Ad Revenue Increased 46 Percent to $3.3 Billion
Facebook reported $3.54 billion in first-quarter revenues, an increase of 42 percent over the same period last year, and the tech giant's ad revenue was up 46 percent, reaching $3.32 billion. M...
'Lost' Alum Maggie Grace Checks Into 'Masters of Sex' (Exclusive)
The actress will play a confident gynecologist on the Showtime drama.read more
Watch: David Duchovny Hunts for Charles Manson in New 'Aquarius' Spot
READ MORE: Watch: David Duchovny is Back on the Case in NBC's 'Aquarius' Trailer NBC has offered up the latest look into their new series, "Aquarius," which marks David Duchovny's return to...
Google Builds a Data Platform That's the Last Piece of Its Ad Empire
Google is testing a new advertising product seen as the last piece it needs to complete its ad tech superstructure. The search giant is building a data management platform to help target ads and con...
'Something Rotten!': Theater Review
Brian d'Arcy James plays a struggling theater artist going up against Christian Borle's rock-star Shakespeare in this cheeky musical comedy set in Elizabethan England.read more
EL James' Husband Writing 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Sequel (Exclusive)
Niall Leonard is working on the follow-up to Universal's hit.read more

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