Film Review: ‘In the Shadow of the Hill’
In first-time filmmaker Dan Jackson’s “In the Shadow of the Hill,” Brazil’s 2011 plan to rid the gargantuan Rio de Janeiro favela Rocinha of drug traffickers in advance of the 2014 World Cup a...
TV News: Michelle Obama To Appear On Nickelodeon, Pop Announces ‘Wolf Creek’ Premiere Date
In today’s TV news roundup, Pop TV announces a “Wolf Creek” series. Plus, First Lady Michelle Obama will appear on Nickelodeon. CASTING First Lady Michelle Obama will appear in a ne...
‘American Horror Story’ Releases Chilling First Teasers for Season 6
FX released the first grisly teasers for season six of “American Horror Story” via Snapchat on Wednesday. But, the clips still do not ease fans’ anxiety and reveal the plot. The teas...
Why ‘The Crown’ Went To America To Find Its Winston Churchill
TCA: John Lithgow took on the iconic role in Netflix's "The Crown" — but exits by the end of the first season. 
Geoff Johns Promoted to President of DC Entertainment
Warner Bros. has promoted Geoff Johns to the post of president of DC Entertainment as it continues to  reorganize the executives handling its DC movies. Johns retains the chief operating officer titl...
Ellen Pompeo Reveals Hollywood Ageism Kept Her From Leaving ‘Grey’s Anatomy’
Ellen Pompeo is the title star of “Grey’s Anatomy,” but has she ever considered leaving the hit ABC medical drama? No — thanks to Hollywood ageism. “My decision to stay on ̵...
‘Pete’s Dragon’ Critical Roundup: Reviewers Agree That The Remake Revives Disney’s Magic
The critics also applaud director David Lowery's take on the film.
Film Review: ‘Red Christmas’
Ozploitation weighs in on the abortion debate with “Red Christmas,” in which an unsuccessfully terminated and hideously deformed fetus returns two decades later to wreak havoc during his family’...
‘Stranger Things’ Star Winona Ryder: My Parents Still Vet My Scripts
Winona Ryder is 44 years old, but the star of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” still leans on her parents for career choices. “I have a good system: My parents read everything and f...
‘Stranger Things’ EPs on Season 2: ‘We Could Explore It If Netflix Wanted To’
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos may have declined to announce a renewal for the buzzy series “Stranger Things” — “We want to let it breathe a little bit,” he said...
Wil Wheaton on Why ‘Stranger Things’ Could Be This Generation’s ‘Stand By Me’
Netflix’s “Stranger Things” is loaded with 1980s pop culture references, but the series also takes deeper levels of inspiration from the decade. Focused on four young Dungeons & ...
How TV Tuned in More Upfront Ad Dollars: Soap, Toothpaste and Pushy Tactics
Madison Avenue is flirting with TV more seriously than it has in years, but behind the winks and kisses are signs of a relationship that continues to fray. The nation’s five big English-language bro...
CBS News’ Scott Pelley on ‘Transformative Development’ of Abandoning Sky Box for DNC Coverage
PHILADELPHIA — It’s such a simple notion as to be downright radical: While every other major broadcaster at the Democratic National Convention is anchoring news reports from sky boxes high abo...
‘The Secret History of Twin Peaks’ Trailer: Mark Frost’s Upcoming Book Is…a Novel?
The show returns for its long-awaited third season next year.
Film Review: ‘Zach’s Ceremony’
A perceptive, benevolent documentary about a contemporary and particularly high-stakes rite of passage from young adolescence to manhood.
‘Stranger Things’: Season 2 Plans & How David Lynch Could Control the Ending
TCA: Matt and Ross Duffer — the Duffer brothers — discussed what's to come in Season 2, how to end the series and David Lynch's influences on "Stranger Things."
‘Lights Out’ Sequel in the Works at New Line
On the heels of its big opening weekend, New Line Cinema has decided to make a sequel to “Lights Out,” TheWrap has learned. The PG-13 horror movie, made for less than $5 million, has alrea...
‘Making a Murderer': Netflix Boss Promises ‘A Lot of New Info’ in Upcoming Episodes
Despite the global obsession with “Making a Murderer,” Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos promises there are still more bombshells to reveal. “There is a ton of info that w...
Netflix Boss Says Don’t Believe the Ratings You See for His Shows
TCA: Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos isn't ready to renew "Stranger Things" yet, but plans to spend even more money on programming next year.

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