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Carmike Cinemas Shares Jump 10 Percent on Strong Financial Results

The company posted a 14 percent attendance increase and 24 climb in revenue generated at the snack bars. read more

Conan O'Brien Targeted in Lawsuit Claiming He Lifted Jokes from Twitter

Robert Kaseberg says his jokes about Tom Brady, Caitlyn Jenner, airlines and the Washington Monument made it into the late night host's monologue. read more

"Happy Birthday" Lawsuit: "Smoking Gun" Emerges in Bid to Free World's Most Popular Song

Attorneys for suing filmmakers uncover a blurry version of an 88-year-old book in the files of Warner/Chappell. That leads to another serendipitous discovery. read more

‘The Nye Incidents’ Lands At YRF; Alien Invasion Comic To Be TV Series

EXCLUSIVE: YRF Entertainment has closed a deal to turn the 2008 comic book miniseries The Nye Incidents into an episodic drama, marking the production company's first venture into television. Written by author Whitley Strieber in collaboration...Show More Summary

Broadway Box Office Dips 5%, Hangs On SRO ‘Hamilton’ As ‘Lion King’, ‘Wicked’ Top $2 Million

The dog days of summer have been sparked by July’s rare Broadway arrival of a new show with hit written all over it: Still in previews before its August 6 official bow, Hamilton continues to rock the box office at the Nederlander-owned Richard Rodgers Theatre. Show More Summary

Comedy Central Sets Fall Programming Schedule

Comedy Central has unveiled its fall programming schedule. South Park‘s 19th season premiere kicks it off on September 16 at 10 PM, followed by Comedy Central’s new animated cop series Moonbeam City at 10:30 PM. TripTank Season 2 debuts on Wednesday, September 23 at 11 PM. Show More Summary

‘Steve Jobs’ Set As NY Film Fest’s Centerpiece

The Film Society of Lincoln Center has chosen the Aaron Sorkin-penned, Danny Boyle-directed Steve Jobs as the Centerpiece of the upcoming 53rd New York Film Festival, to screen on Saturday, October 3. The fest runs from September 25Show More Summary

‘Neighbors 2? Moves A Weekend Later In May 2016

Universal has changed the release date for its Seth Rogen-Zac Efron Neighbors 2, moving the sequel from its original May 13 release date to May 20, 2016. That’s the weekend just before Memorial Day weekend, which falls during the span of May 27-30. Show More Summary

‘Boyhood’s Richard Linklater Frontrunner To Helm Jennifer Lawrence In ‘The Rosie Project’

EXCLUSIVE: Boyhood helmer Richard Linklater is the frontrunner for the job of directing Jennifer Lawrence in The Rosie Project, I hear. That is the Sony Pictures adaptation of the Graeme Simison novel that Phil Lord & Christopher Miller just exited to helm the young Han Solo Star Wars movie. Show More Summary

‘Sons of Anarchy’s Emilio Rivera Heads To ‘Badsville'; Monterey Media Gets ‘Sex, Death And Bowling’

Emilio Rivera of Sons of Anarchy and Robert Knepper of Prison Break have joined the cast of Badsville, a drama set amongst gangs of rival greasers from director April Mullen (Dead Before Dawn 3D). The story, set in the eponymous town...Show More Summary

Sherri Shepherd To Return To ‘The View’

I have learned that Sherri Shepherd has closed a deal to return to The View as a lead contributor for the upcoming 19th season. I hear she is expected to appear in about 50 episodes. The addition of Shepherd is part of The View overhaul...Show More Summary

Andrew Howard Joins Marvel’s ‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’

Andrew Howard is the latest addition to the cast of Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., landing a major recurring role. He will play Banks, an authoritative and intimidating agent on the third season of the series, which began production this week. Show More Summary

Will Packer To Produce Atlanta-Set Drama ‘Buckhead’ For NBC

After landing his first two TV series, comedies People Are Talking on NBC and Uncle Buck on ABC, Ride Along and Think Like a Man producer Will Packer is jumping back into development. Looking to expand his brand into drama, the first TV sale for his Will Packer Prods. Show More Summary

‘Minions’ Milestone: Henchmen Serve Up $500M At International Box Office

Kevin, Stuart and Bob are making their masters very happy. With today’s grosses, Illumination Entertainment and Universal’s Minions is poised to cross the $500M mark at the international box office. Sunday estimates had the Kyle Balda/Pierre Coffin-helmed origins stoy at $497.8M, and actuals now put the offshore cume at $499.4M. Show More Summary

Paramount Inserts Richard Linklater’s Baseball Pic Into 2016 Lineup Replacing ‘Bad Moms’

Paramount Pictures has set a release date for Richard Linklater’s follow-up to his Oscar-nominated Boyhood. The baseball comedy, formerly titled That’s What I’m Talking About, will bow on April 15, 2016. That’s the date formerly held...Show More Summary

Audiences Plan To Accept ‘Mission: Impossible 5? While Taking ‘Vacation’ – Box Office Preview

After finishing one weekend at the box office, it’s starting all over again tomorrow night when Warner Bros. previews New Line’s reboot of Vacation at 7PM. By Friday, Paramount-Skydance’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation will be in the mix with a target at No. Show More Summary

MGM Taps Kenneth Kay To Be CFO, Replacing Dene Stratton

Dene Stratton is leaving MGM nearly four years after he became its CFO, turning the position over to Kenneth Kay who in 2013 co-founded Las Vegas-based investment and advisory service firm Raven LLC. The new CFO held the same title at Universal Studios’ Consumer Products Group before leaving in 1999 to become CFO of Dole Food Co. Show More Summary

Media: New York Magazine Site Still Down 12 Hours After Posting Cosby Cover

Shortly after New York magazine posted a cover story Sunday evening that features on-the-record testimony and photographs of 35 of the 46 women who now claim to have been raped or sexually abused by Bill Cosby, the magazine’s web site...Show More Summary

Nick Southall obituary

My friend Nick “Ringo” Southall, who has died aged 44 of lung cancer, left a large legacy across the worlds he moved in – as a rock drummer, band manager and public relations entrepreneur. He lived his life both fearlessly and with tireless enthusiasm. Show More Summary

Incubus, Zac Brown, 21 Pilots, Disasterpeace Top This Week's Direct To Fan Charts

This week's Direct-To-Fan Chart is lead by an eclectic mix that includes Incubus, Zac Brown, Twenty One Pilots and Disasterpeace. These new charts will track weekly top D2F albums and monthly top D2F artists, encapsulating sales for more than 1,500 artists’ e-commerce stores, which are being fulfilled by, rGenerator...

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