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Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’: Wynn Everett, Lotte Verbeek, More Join Season 2 Cast

Marvel’s Agent Carter is bulking up its cast as the series heads to Hollywood for Season 2. The Newsroom alumna Wynn Everett, Lotte Verbeek (The Fault In Our Stars), Currie Graham (Pompeii) and Reggie Austin (Devious Maids) have joined as regulars for the second season of the ABC action-drama series. Show More Summary

Trevor Noah Hammers Rupert Murdoch And Ben Carson On ‘The Daily Show’

The Daily Show’s new host Trevor Noah lit into media mogul Rupert Murdoch and Murdoch’s favorite GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson, in the process making a self effacing joke about his own controversial twitter history that played...Show More Summary

‘Pride And Prejudice And Zombies’ Trailer: First Look At Lily James Starrer

The first trailer has dropped for Pride And Prejudice And Zombies, adapted from Seth Grahame-Smith's parody novel, a mash-up of Jane Austen’s classic novel with flesh-eating zombies. The narrator begins, “To succeed in polite society, a young woman must be many things… kind, well-read and accomplished. Show More Summary

AwesomenessTV President Talks Film Strategy, "Landmark" Verizon Deal

President Brett Bouttier at an industry conference in New York speaks about "What Millennials Watch and Want." read more

Nicholas Hoult, Luke Evans & Henry Cavill Suit Up For War Drama ‘Sand Castle’; Mark Gordon Co, Treehouse Producing

EXCLUSIVE: Luke Evans and Henry Cavill have joined Nicholas Hoult in Sand Castle, the war drama being directed by Fernando Coimbra (Narcos) based on the screenplay by Chris Roessner. Roessner was previously Mark Gordon’s assistant and his former boss is producing with Treehouse Pictures’ Justin Nappi and 42’s Ben Pugh. Show More Summary

Dick Costolo Segues From Twitter CEO To HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’

You just knew this cat would find a gig somewhere. Three-plus months after stepping down as CEO of Twitter, Dick Costolo is set as a consultant on the upcoming third season of HBO’s comedy Silicon Valley. It’s a milieu with which he’s somewhat familiar, having joined the San Francisco-based microblogging concern in 2009. Show More Summary

Pandora buys Ticketfly in move to challenge Ticketmaster

Pandora, the largest Internet radio service, is buying its way into the concert ticketing business in a move to shore up relationships with artists and record labels.  The Oakland music-streaming service on Wednesday said it would pay $450 million for Ticketfly, an online seller of concert passes...

‘American Horror Story: Hotel’: Lady Gaga Has Invite For Season 6

We’re just hours away from tonight’s premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel and Ryan Murphy is already thinking about the next iteration. He tweeted an invite to Lady Gaga to return for Season 6. Lady Gaga is so brilliant in AHS Season 5 that yesterday I officially asked her to join Season 6. Show More Summary

New TV season ratings show fewer young viewers watching the traditional way

When networks executives got a look at the first two weeks of Nielsen data for the new TV season, the lyrics of a 1960s song must have come to mind: "Where have all the young men gone?" There's been an 11.8% decline in TV viewing of any kind — broadcast, cable or DVR — among men in the 18- to 34-year-old...

Obamagedden Hits Westside With POTUS Fundraisers & Road Closures

President Barack Obama is back in town tomorrow for some pre-Halloween Hollywood trick-or-treats courtesy of J.J. Abrams and the Tinseltown ATM. In a whirlwind 6 1/2-hour visit to Los Angeles on Saturday, the fundraiser-in-chief will...Show More Summary

MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Beware Of The Controlled Composition Clause

Larry Butler | How To Be A Successful Performing Artist In The New Millennium pt. 2 Gillian Driscoll | 5 Creative Ways To Keep The Buzz Going After Your Show Wallace Collins | Beware Of The Controlled Compositions Clause Dylan Welsh | 5 Things Serious Musicians Should Do Every Day

Bulgaria’s Oscar Entry ‘The Judgment’ Unexpectedly Timely Amid Europe’s Migrant Crisis

When Stephan Komandarev’s feature The Judgement was greenlighted at the end of 2011, Europe was just starting to see the first Syrian refugees displaced by the Civil War in their home country. The day The Judgement was voted as Bulgaria’s Oscar submission, Sept. Show More Summary

TEGNA Blacks Out Dish Network Customers In 38 markets

The fight between Dish Network and Virginia-based TEGNA network heated up today as TEGNA rejected Dish Network’s contract extension offer, which included ‘true-up’ for new rates, and moved to black out Dish customers in 38 Markets.

‘Minority Report’ Order Cut By 3 Episodes

Following a slow start, Minority Report‘s original 13-episode order has been trimmed to 10 episodes. Fox is stopping short of canceling the futuristic thriller though there will be no additional episodes ordered beyond the 10, with production...Show More Summary

‘Steve Jobs’ Review: A Smart And Complex Movie That Perfectly Fits The Man Himself

Movies haven’t often been described necessarily as a writer’s medium, but in the case of Universal’s Steve Jobs, there can be no question that the real star of this show is screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. The Oscar-winning writer of The Social...Show More Summary

Bill Cosby Legal Cases Move Forward Ahead Of ‘Dateline’ Special

Busy day for Bill Cosby, and not in a good way. Today he was compelled, for the first time in about a decade, to answer questions under oath about allegations he sexually assaulted a woman in 1974 at the Playboy Mansion, when she was...Show More Summary

UTA Signs Comedy Troupe Behind 'Impractical Jokers' (Exclusive)

The Tenderloins are the creators and stars of the unscripted series, which TruTV has renewed for a fifth season. read more

Hollywood Law Hires: Pellicano Attorney, Dealmakers Find New Firms

New hires at Hansen Jacobson, Latham & Watkins and others highlight recent developments in entertainment law. read more

‘Key & Peele’ Showrunners Developing ‘The Romeos’ Buddy Comedy At ABC

With Key & Peele recently ending its five-season run, the hit sketch series’ executive producers/showrunners Ian Roberts and Jay Martel have sold another half-hour comedy with a male duo at the center — this one a little older. Titled...Show More Summary

Francois Arnaud Joins NBC Drama ‘Blindspot’; LisaGay Hamilton In ‘The Wilding’

UPDATED: The Borgias‘ alum Francois Arnaud has booked a recurring role on NBC’s thriller drama series Blindspot, which just received a full-season order by NBC.  Written by Martin Gero and directed by Mark Pellington, Blindspot centers...Show More Summary

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