Stark Sands to Topline in Fox's 'Minority Report'
He'll play twins in the pilot also starring Meagan Good.read more
First Look at Eddie Redmayne as ‘The Danish Girl’ in Tom Hooper Drama (Photo)
Fresh off his first Oscar win for “The Theory of Everything,” Eddie Redmayne is going from playing a scientific genius to a social pioneer for his next role. The first official photo has b...
Carrie Wiltshire Named COO of Ignition Creative
Carrie Wiltshire has been appointed the chief operating officer at Ignition Creative, a marketing agency based in Santa Monica, Calif. In her new role, Wiltshire will oversee the company’s 275 e...
‘House of Cards’ Season 3 Review: It’s the White House Not the Fun House
“House of Cards” first couple Frank (Kevin Spacey) and Claire (Robin Wright) Underwood find that making it to the top of the mountain can be lonely and that the fall can be deadly on the t...
CW Plots Star-Studded 'Flash'/'Arrow' Spinoff
Brandon Routh, Wentworth Miller, Caity Lotz, Victor Garber would star in the superhero drama.read more
Will Smith Focused on Career, Not Box Office Results
You might not be able to take the schadenfreude out of the town – some in Hollywood love to root for a competitor’s heartaches – but you can take a bit of the town out of the man. Will Smith sai...
New 'While We're Young' Trailer: Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts Hallucinate, Have Sobering Thoughts
Adam Driver, Amanda Seyfried and Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz co-star in the Noah Baumbach-directed film, which A24 is releasing on March 27.read more
Diversity Panel Reveals Leaps Forward in TV, Sluggish Progress in Film
"On average, TV shows that were somewhat diverse tended to do better than shows that weren't. ... Diversity clearly sells," says Darnell Hunt, author of a newly released UCLA study on Hollywood divers...
Sony Shake-Up Continues: Digital Chief Out
Bob Osher has been fired from his position as the head of Sony Pictures Digital.read more
What 'The Odd Couple' Gets Right & Wrong About Film-to-TV Adaptations
Yes, we know "The Odd Couple" is more than just a movie starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Mattheau. How much more is still rather surprising, I imagine, to anyone who hasn't been a devout fan ...
The Winners and Losers in the FCC Ruling for Net Neutrality
In a historic decision today, the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor of net neutrality by preventing broadband providers from throttling high-traffic services like Netflix. Speci...
Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez's 'Lila and Eve' Acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films
Samuel Goldwyn Films has announced the acquisition of North American rights to Charles Stone III's "Lila and Eve," which stars Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez.  The film tells the story...
Charlie Cox Sports Bloody Knuckles in 'Marvel's Daredevil' Motion Poster
Netflix has dropped an alluring new motion poster for its upcoming freshman hour-long superhero drama "Marvel's Daredevil." Charlie Cox plays Matt Murdock, a.k.a. Daredevil, a blind man who...
Watch: There's No Substitute for Haute Couture in 'Dior And I' Trailer
Awards season may be over, but the knock-offs of the dresses worn by the stars on the red carpet are probably just being put under the sewing machine. Get a sense of what goes into making the real dea...
What Counts as an Online Ad View? A Standard Is Nearing, but the Fight's Not Over
Just as major advertising players finally seemed close to defining what should count as a billable ad impression online, a few blistering comments from AmEx show that the industry might be farther f...
Paramount Confirms Adam Goodman's Exit, Begins Search for Successor
The executive, who ran the studio's production efforts, was pushed out of the top job after six years.read more
Review: 'The Lazarus Effect' is a Guilty Pleasure B-Movie
February is the cruelest month for solid PG-13 horror movies bent on luring the kiddies for popcorn and calculated jump scares. While the unapologetically stupid B-thriller "The Lazarus Effect&qu...
'Community's' Danny Pudi to Topline NBC's 'Strange Calls'
Marking his return to the network that canceled the Dan Harmon comedy. read more
'American Crime' and 'Secrets and Lies': TV Review
"American Crime" is a mystery entwined in issues of race, while "Secrets and Lies" centers on a murder investigation in a small townread more
Review: 'Everly' Allows Salma Hayek to Finally Wield Her Own Weapons
When it was announced that Kate Hudson would take on the starring role in Joe Lynch's "Everly," the casting was seen as a big career change: The role would transform Hudson from girl-next-do...

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