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Starz Is Developing Neil Gaiman's ‘American Gods’ With Bryan Fuller, Michael Green
Starz is developing a series based on Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel, “American Gods,” with executive producers Gaiman, Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. FremantleMedia North America will p...
World Cup Fever Still Contained Mostly to Coasts (Infographic)
Millions of Americans have World Cup fever, but it remains for the most part a coastal epidemic. As TheWrap reported last week, the largest markets for ESPN's household World Cup ratings have been...
RIP Paul Mazursky, Academy Award-Nominated Writer-Actor-Director-Producer, Dead at 84
Paul Mazursky, an actor, writer and director whose career spanned from the 1950s to the 2000s and is perhaps best known for "Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice," has died at age 84, Variety rep...
Jeffrey Ressner, Politico and Rolling Stone Journalist, Dead at 56
Journalist Jeffrey Ressner, who covered entertainment and politics for four decades at outlets like Rolling Stone, Politico and Time, died Saturday, June 28, at St. John's Hospital in Los Angeles....
Is This the Death of the Big Screen Documentary?
Thanks to cheaper digital production equipment and a seemingly endless line of new distribution options, documentary filmmakers are experiencing boom times. But who's getting the bucks from this b...
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Greenpeace Targets Lego for Shell Partnership in New Campaign
Environmental group Greenpeace staged a protest today at Legoland in Windsor, England, targeting Lego for their partnership with Shell, The Drum reports. Shell has faced harsh backlash from environm...
Village Voice Workers Move Closer to Strike
After 13-hours of negotiations between management and staffers ended in a stalemate Monday night, the unionized workers of the Village Voice voted to authorize the bargaining committee to set a strike...
‘Hieroglyph’ Pilot Joins Fox Tradition of Aborted Takeoffs
Fox’s “Hieroglyph” will never get a chance to decipher the riddle of success in primetime. And while pulling the plug on the show before it ever airs might sound surprising – all that research...
World Cup USA vs. Belgium: Hollywood's Studio-by-Studio Guide for Blowing Off Work and Watching the Game
“We should leave work and go watch the game.” – Everyone It's already a slow work week with the 4th of July on Friday.  The “Out of Office until July 7th” replies ar...
ABC's ‘Once Upon a Time’ Finds Its Kristoff and Anna From ‘Frozen’
“Once Upon a Time” has cast two important roles for its venture into Disney's “Frozen” next season. “Greek” alum Scott Michael Foster will play the role of Kris...
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Paul Mazursky Dead: Director of 'Unmarried Woman' Dies at 84
UPDATED: The writer-director and actor earned five Oscar nominations in a career that included “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice,” “An Unmarried Woman” and “Down and Out in Beverly Hills.”read mo...
Hollywood PR Moves: Red Carpet Cartel Shuffles Decks Ahead of Awards Season
 The 2nd Season of 1Oak Sunset nightclub hotspot 1Oak has switched representation six months after its Golden Globes weekend debut via a star-studded bash hosted by Diddy. Jessica Meisels’ Fin...
Watch: John Wojtowicz Says He'd Do it Again in Trailer for 'The Dog'
Drafthouse Films and Cinedigm have dropped an alluring new trailer for "The Dog" -- the highly anticipated documentary portrait of the late John Wojtowicz, who served as the i...
Telemundo, Sony Pictures TV Pact Production Alliance
Telemundo and Sony Pictures Television announced Tuesday a three-year production alliance that will see SPT producing three primetime series at the rate of one a year for broadcast by Telemundo for th...
Paul Mazursky, Director of ‘Unmarried Woman,’ Dies at 84
Performer-turned-writer/director Paul Mazursky, who was Oscar-nommed five times and helmed hit movies including “Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice” and “An Unmarried Woman,” has died at 84. Mazu...
Paul Mazursky, Director and Screenwriter, Dead at 84
Paul Mazursky, the director and screenwriter whose films included “Harry and Tonto,” died Monday in Los Angeles. He was 84. Mazursky, born Irwin Mazursky in Brooklyn in 1930, died from pul...
Zac Efron Proves He's Still Got the Moves by Dancing to Jason Derulo's ‘Wiggle’ (Video)
Zac Efron may have left his “High School Musical” days behind, but he's clearly still got the moves, as he proved while on vacation in Italy over the weekend. Efron's pal Gianluca ...
Sony to Produce 3 New Dramas for Telemundo
Telemundo and Sony Pictures Television announced a three-year agreement in Sony Pictures Television will produce one primetime series each year for Telemundo in the U.S. Telemundo's international ...
Amazon Studios Adds Thriller ‘Hysteria’ From Shaun Cassidy to Next Pilot Wave
Amazon Studios announced hour-long contagion thriller “Hysteria,” created by Shaun Cassidy and starring Mena Suvari, will join its third pilot season later this year. The show is written...
WGA West Earnings Slid 6.4% in 2013
Hollywood writer earnings fell 6.4% last year to $1.01 billion as TV writing fell 6.2% and  feature film work plunged 7.2%, according to the Writers Guild of America West. Total covered earnings for ...

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