Entertainment

‘Silicon Valley’s’ Mike Judge Talks Season 4 Finale, the End of Erlich and Six-Season Plan

The showrunner also discusses Zach Woods’ breakout season, Uber’s recent saga and the challenges of putting together a fake tech conference. read more Hollywood Reporter

Read More »

Weekend Box Office: ‘Transformers 5’ Opens to Franchise-Low $69M

The movie’s fate rests overseas, where it debuted to $ 196.2 million; ‘The Big Sick’ and ‘The Beguiled’ post the best screen averages of the year to date at the specialty box office. read more Hollywood Reporter

Read More »

Paramount’s Jim Gianopulos on Starting Over, His Fox Exit and Reviving a Struggling Studio

In his first interview atop the storied film power, the former Fox chairman talks getting fired by the Murdochs, how Trump impacts his job and the strategy to restore stability: “It’s surprising it got so bumpy here … because all the elements are in place.” read more Hollywood Reporter

Read More »

‘GLOW’ Bosses on Why They Wanted to Make a Female Wrestling Comedy

‘GLOW’ co-creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch speak to THR about the Alison Brie-led wrestling series’ premiere, plot and cast. read more Hollywood Reporter

Read More »

Ron Howard Steps in to Direct Han Solo Movie (Exclusive)

Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were let go from the project after creative differences over style and tone came to a head. read more Hollywood Reporter

Read More »

NBCUniversal Executive Says ‘Downton Abbey’ Movie Production to Start in 2018

“We are working on getting the script right and then we’ve got to figure out how to get the [cast] together.” read more Hollywood Reporter

Read More »

Shanghai: Chinese Theater Giant Dadi Takes Stake in Tom Cruise’s ‘American Made’ (Exclusive)

The Universal film stars Cruise as real-life American pilot and hustler Barry Seal, who ran drugs for Pablo Escobar and was recruited by the CIA for one of the biggest covert operations in history. read more Hollywood Reporter

Read More »

‘Batman Returns’ at 25: Stars Reveal Script Cuts, Freezing Sets and Aggressive Penguins

Tim Burton, Michael Keaton, Michelle Pfeiffer and Danny DeVito look back on the movie that helped make franchise films the norm: “We started to get comments from McDonald’s like, ‘What’s all that black stuff coming out of the Penguin’s mouth?’ “ read more Hollywood Reporter

Read More »
banner

Powered by themekiller.com anime4online.com animextoon.com apk4phone.com tengag.com moviekillers.com