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FilmLA Sued By Hollywood Nightclub Over NBC’s ‘The Player’ Shoot

The non-profit permitting group got a notice of its own today and it may see them set up shop in court. A Hollywood nightclub filed a complaint for unspecified damages Tuesday against FilmLA for some last minute production shooting that basically closed them down for two days in April. Show More Summary

Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Jason Sudeikis Anchor Garry Marshall’s ‘Mother’s Day’ Package

EXCLUSIVE: Here is a fresh movie package that will stir up some pre-July 4th fireworks among studios. Julia Roberts is set and Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, and Jason Sudeikis are in negotiations for Mother’s Day, a ensemble film that Garry Marshall is set to direct from a script by Anya Kochoff-Romano and Lily Hollander. Show More Summary

‘The Goldbergs’ Hayley Orrantia Joins ‘God’s Not Dead 2?

The Goldbergs costar Hayley Orrantia is set to lead God's Not Dead 2, sequel to the hugely profitable 2014 religious drama. As with its predecessor, God’s Not Dead 2 depicts the debate between a skeptic and an evangelical Christian who come into conflict in an educational setting, but in this outing the roles will be reversed. Show More Summary

Kevin Costner Walks Away From Amazon Drama ‘Trial’

It wasn’t mean to be. After weeks of courtship and a week of of negotiations, Kevin Costner has opted not to proceed with Trial, the Amazon Studios drama from The Practice, Ally McBeal and Picket Fences creator David E. Kelley. For a...Show More Summary

‘Creed’ Trailer: Latest ‘Rocky’ Sequel Enters The Ring And This One Has Punch

This is two minutes and forty three seconds of just pure sublime. Arguably, this trailer is as good, if not better than the first Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser: Ryan Coogler’s Creed, which Warner Bros./New Line & MGM are releasing this fall. Show More Summary

‘The Whispers': No Decision On Season 2 As Cast Options Expire

ABC is taking a wait and see approach with new drama series The Whispers, Not ready to make a renewal or cancellation call on the series five episodes into its run, ABC and producing studio ABC Studios are allowing the options on the...Show More Summary

‘Scream’ Review: MTV Series Goes Straight For The Entertaining Jugular

Almost 20 years after the first witty and scary movie came out, Scream is back, this time on the small screen. Debuting on MTV tonight, Scream the TV series is, as my video review above says, a light but surprising shot of un-self-conscious...Show More Summary

Parkes+MacDonald Names Owen Shifflett As Head Of TV, To Adapt ‘RASL’ Comic

Producers Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald have brought in former AMC executive Owen Shifflett as new head of television. He will shepherd TV development and production under Parkes + MacDonald’s first-look deal with Universal TV.Show More Summary

Broadway Follies: AIDS Changed Theater, The Supremes Changed Everything & Staging A Living

Jeremy Gerard has covered the evolving fortunes of Jujamcyn Theatres since it became a formidable competitor to the larger Shubert and Nederlander organizations in the late 1980s. In 2013 producer Jordan Roth became Jujamcyn's majority owner and the Street's youngest power broker. Show More Summary

No Females In Fall Guy Frat: Why Women Remain Excluded from Stuntmen Groups

EXCLUSIVE: Tolerance and inclusion are ringing through the air this week, and all of Hollywood is struggling to create jobs in the creative ranks for women and people of color, or pay a high price. But there is still one showbiz segment...Show More Summary

‘It Shoulda Been You’ With Tyne Daly Posts Broadway Closing Notice

No surprise, a musical about the run-up to a wedding fraught with all sorts of incompatibilities, will shutter after the Sunday, August 9 matinee. The show, by Brian Hargrove (book and lyrics) and Barbara Anselmi (music), is staged by David Hyde Pierce and stars Daly and Harriet Harris as warring mothers-in-law-to-be. Show More Summary

Neve Campbell Joins ‘House Of Cards’ As New Regular

As House of Cards’ Frank and Claire Underwood area heading into an election, they will face a new lady in Season 4 played by Neve Campbell. The former Party of Five and Scream star has joined the cast of the Netflix White House drama as a new series regular. Show More Summary

Abi Morgan To Adapt ‘Ashley’s War’ For Fox 2000 And Reese Witherspoon

EXCLUSIVE: Fox 2000 has set Abi Morgan to adapt the Gayle Tzemach Lemmon book Ashley's War: The Untold Story Of A Team of Women Soldiers On The Special Ops Battlefield. The studio, led by Elizabeth Gabler, won an auction in March atShow More Summary

Horror Anthology Series From Max Landis & Nick Antosca In Works At Syfy

In their latest collaboration, Syfy and Universal Cable Prods are teaming on horror anthology series Channel Zero from Max Landis (Chronicle, American Ultra) and Nick Antosca (Hannibal, Friday The 13th). Antosca will pen the script and Landis will produce and oversee creative direction with Antosca. Show More Summary

Anthony Mackie To Play MLK Opposite Bryan’s Cranston’s LBJ In HBO’s ‘All The Way’

EXCLUSIVE: Anthony Mackie has been set for the coveted role of Martin Luther King Jr., starring opposite Bryan Cranston in All The Way, the adaptation of the Tony-winning Robert Schenkkan play that Jay Roach will direct for HBO. Production begins in September. Show More Summary

European Entertainment Stocks Up at Midyear Mark

Led by the likes of Germany's ProSieben, Italy's Mediaset and Britain's ITV, many companies have outperformed the broader European market. read more

Donald Trump Sues Univision for $500 Million Following Miss Universe Cancellation

The Hispanic media organization cut ties with Trump due to his remarks on Mexican immigrants. read more

Entertainment Mid-Year Stock Report: Streamers Soar, Sony Leads Conglomerates

Sony's lead would have been larger but for a 6 percent drop after announcing Tuesday it would raise money by issuing 92 million more shares of stock. read more

Donald Trump To Bill O’Reilly: “I Just Sued Univision For $500 Million”

GOP candidate Donald Trump tells Bill O’Reilly tonight “I just sued Univision for $500 million” adding, “the papers were just filed so that will be interesting.” The pre-taped interview will air on Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor...Show More Summary

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