Gwyneth Paltrow Is Already Getting Made Fun Of On Gilmore Girls… And It Doesn’t Even Come Out For Months!

***WARNING: Light Gilmore Girls Spoilers Ahead*** Talk about a burn! As we get closer and closer to Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival series, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, we’re getting EXTREMELY excited for any new nuggets of info that might give clues to what’s going on in Stars Hollow! Related: Amy Schumer Responds To […]

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‘Jungle Book,’ ‘Me Before You’ Debut at Top of Disc Sales Charts

Two high-profile new theatrical releases shot to the top of the national home video sales charts their first week in stores, led by Walt Disney Studios’ live-action “The Jungle Book,” a live-action/CGI remake of Disney’s 1967 animated classic that grossed an impressive $383.9 million in U.S. theaters (and nearly $965 million worldwide). The film topped… […]

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Unscripted TV Lawsuits Indicate Need for Change (Guest Column)

Two intractable forces have turned a once-healthy unscripted-TV ecosystem toxic over the past several years. The first is the decline of cable channels, which are facing an existential threat from cord-cutting, the grim long-term outlook for their advertising and affiliate revenues, and intensified competition from streaming services like Netflix. The second is the number of… […]

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‘Black Lightning’ TV Show From Greg Berlanti Lands Pilot Production Commitment at Fox

Fox is working on another superhero show – this time, a “Black Lightning” series, based on the DC Comics character. Superhero series gurus Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter are executive producers on the project that landed a pilot production commitment at Fox. Husband-and-wife duo Salim and Mara Brock Akil are writing the television adaptation of the comic…. […]

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Why Sony Pictures Classics Thinks Backing Female Directors is Good for Business and Art

When Tom Bernard and Michael Barker saw “Equity” at last winter’s Sundance Film Festival, they knew immediately that the thriller about women breaking Wall Street’s glass ceiling would tap into the zeitgeist — before reviews even hit, the Sony Pictures Classics co-presidents snapped up the movie and gamed out a release plan that saw the studio debuting the… […]

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