AMC Orders Second Season of ‘Game of Arms’
AMC has ordered a second season of “Game of Arms,” the unscripted series revolving around underground arm-wrestling competitions. Series bowed in February and delivered respectable numbers...
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Brands Miss the Mark With 9/11 Tweets
Sept. 11 is a difficult time for brands to take on Twitter. While some industry observers applaud brands that try to inject themselves into social chatter, more often than not, tweets can end up as ...
John Stamos Comedy Gets Pilot Commitment From Fox
Fox has given a put pilot commitment for an untitled John Stamos family comedy. The ABC Studios/Rhode Island Ave production comes from Dan Fogelman, and will be penned by Danny Chun. The show follows...
‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them’ Review: Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy Fall Ploddingly Out of Love
Imagine a young couple in Manhattan. It's the most romantic time of the day, when evening relaxes into night. The pair are thin and beautiful, and because this is a Hollywood picture, pale as the ...
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AMC Renews 'Game of Arms' for Second Season
More arm wrestling!read more
Scotland Independence: What Happens to the BBC?
As Scots prepare to vote in the independence referendum on Sept. 18, and an independent Scotland looks increasingly possible, people in the TV business are asking: If Scotland votes yes, what happens ...
‘Maps to the Stars’ Trailer Teases Trouble for Julianne Moore (Video)
The a new trailer for David Cronenberg‘s “Maps to the Stars” makes it look like Julianne Moore‘s character might be in danger when she hires a personal assistant, played by Mia...
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Oscars: Mexico Selects 'Cantinflas' for Foreign-Language Category
The Sebastian del Amo-directed film opened in the U.S. on Aug. 29 read more
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Elizabeth Olsen Joins Hank Williams Biopic 'I Saw the Light'
The 'Godzilla' star will play the wife of the legendary country music singerread more
Watch: Ralph Steadman Calls Hunter S. Thompson Abusive in Exclusive 10-Minute Clip From 'For No Good Reason'
For his feature-length directorial debut, Charlie Paul took on the story of Ralph Steadman, cartoonist and frequent collaborator with the late Hunter S. Thompson. Steadman accompanied Thompson on the ...
Katie Holmes to Make Directorial Debut and Star in ‘All We Had’
Katie Holmes is making The Leap. After 17 years in front of the camera, the 35-year-old actress will make her directorial debut with an adaptation of artist Annie Weatherwax's new novel “All...
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'Divergent' Actor Theo James to Star in Fifth 'Underworld' Movie (Exclusive)
Vampire David will be at the center of the expanding universeread more
Q&A: Dylan O’Brien Talks ‘Maze Runner,’ ‘Teen Wolf’ and Comic-Con Run-Ins
As a co-star on MTV’s supernatural series “Teen Wolf,” Dylan O’Brien has already gained quite a fan base. The young actor will test whether the “Wolf” pack will follow him to the bigscreen...
‘The Choice’ May Be Among Last Films to Shoot in North Carolina as State Cuts Incentives
Nicholas Sparks has seen Hollywood make 10 of his romance-drama novels into films, with half of those shot in North Carolina — beginning with 1999’s “Message in a Bottle” and on to “A Walk t...
Stars’ Use of Social Media Embroils Them in Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
It was a summer of war here in the Middle East, with missiles flying over Tel Aviv and F-16 bombs leveling apartment blocks in Shujaiya and Gaza City. But far from the bomb shelters of Israel and the ...
Studios Need to Alter Their Mind-Set to Keep Productions in California
On a trip to Vancouver a few years ago, one TV producer surveyed the myriad projects being shot there and labeled the town Hollywood Sleep-Away Camp. Those visitors were drawn less by British Columbia...
Katie Holmes Moves to Director’s Chair for Mother-Daughter Story ‘All We Had’
Katie Holmes will make her directorial debut and star in the mother-daughter drama “All We Had,” based on the Annie Weatherwax novel. Tribeca Prods. partner Jane Rosenthal will produce wit...
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Michael Wolff on Vice Media: Why Hollywood Is Drinking the Kool-Aid
The Brooklyn digital property's CEO, Shane Smith, touts a $2.5B valuation and has lured backers from A&E to Fox by claiming magical access to young men. But his real trick might be marketing to a hard...
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Katie Holmes to Make Directorial Debut With 'All We Had' Adaptation
'Fault in Our Stars' director Josh Boone will pen the scriptread more
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Rival Senators to be Marooned on Remote Island in New Discovery Show
The ultimate game of survival pits Democrat vs. Republicanread more