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'Members Only' Canceled by ABC Before Its Premiere

ABC has pulled the plug on mid-season drama Members Only before its premiere.  The series was originally picked up for thirteen episodes way back in January 2014. Per The Hollywood Reporter the cast, including star John Stamos, learned Saturday that ABC had decided not to move forward with the project. The drama joins Hieroglyph, Mission Control […]

Report: ABC Pulls John Stamos’ Members Only Before It Gets a Chance to Air

ABC has canceled John Stamos' new drama Members Only before airing a single episode, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Party of Five John Stamos David O. Russell Natalie Zea Betsy Brandt Susannah Grant Secrets and Lies Marvel's Agent Carter Members Only American Crime Galavant

‘Boyhood’ Director Richard Linklater To Be Honored By Casting Society

Boyhood director Richard Linklater will receive the Career Achievement Award from the Casting Society of America (CSA). According to the Hollywood Reporter, Linklater is being recognized for his 17 feature films and his work with casting...Show More Summary

Tina Fey-produced comedy moves from NBC to Netflix

Get ready for your next Netflix binge. Tina Fey's comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, originally developed for NBC, will now debut on Netflix in March 2015, The Hollywood Reporter notes. Starring Ellie Kemper, the series was first claimed by NBC following a multi-network bidding war; it has already been renewed for a second season. Show More Summary

Doctor Who Update; Peter Capaldi Confirmed For Season 9, But What About A Companion?

Welcome to the Doctor Who Universe, where the only constant is change. Both the Hollywood Reporter and the Inquisitr have reported that the current incarnation of the Doctor, Peter Capaldi, has signed on for season 9. The 12th Doctor is ready to assume the controls of the TARDIS, according to McClatchy DC. Show More Summary

Channing Tatum In Talks To direct YA Drama ‘Leonard Peacock’

Channing Tatum has been busy with starring roles in hit films like 22 Jump Street and Foxcatcher (which has received rave reviews from critics) but now he is eyeing a position behind the camera. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Tatum is in talks to direct the YA drama Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock for The Weinstein Co. Show More Summary

Security Was So Tight On The New 'Star Wars' Movie Set That Phone Cameras Had To Be Covered With Stickers

Some photos from “Star Wars: Episode VII” may have leaked online from fans and TMZ, but don’t expect to see any from the cast or crew make their way to the internet. According to The Hollywood Reporter, any crew members entering theShow More Summary

Bryce Dallas Howard Circles 'Pete's Dragon'

The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Bryce Dallas Howard is close to signing on for Pete's Dragon. The new film will be a an update of Disney's classic live action/animated film. This time around, instead of a fishing village, the action is moved to a forest being cut down by loggers. Show More Summary

Brad Pitt will Produce Daniel H. Wilson's 'Alpha'

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Brad Pitt will produce the sci-fi film Alpha for his Plan B production company.The film will be written by Robopocalypse author Daniel H. Wilson. Not much is known about the plot other than its...Show More Summary

Allison Tolman and Emjay Anthony in talks for Michael Dougherty's Krampus

TRICK 'R TREAT helmer Michael Dougherty's Christmas-set horror comedy KRAMPUS is beginning to cast up with The Hollywood Reporter sharing that Emmy-nominated actress Allison Tolman (FX's "Fargo") and Emjay Anthony (CHEF) are in negotiations to board the project. Co-written by Dougherty, Todd Casey and Zach Shields, KRAMPUS is described as...... Read More...

Newswire: Paul Greengrass to adapt the historical fiction novel 1984

Deadline Hollywood reports some doubleplusgood news—Paul Greengrass is set to direct an adaptation of George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four (also known as 1984, or Pyramid-Eyeball-Bootheel-Oceana Flag for proles raised on Emoji newspeak). Show More Summary

‘The Shawshank Redemption’ Cast Reunite For 20th Anniversary, Reveal Original Ending

The cast of The Shawshank Redemption reunited to celebrate the film’s 20th anniversary earlier this week and they shared various revelations about the creation of the film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the event was held at Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills on Tuesday night. Show More Summary

Brad Pitt set to produce Alpha, from Robopocalypse author Daniel H. Wilson

Brad Pitt and his production shingle Plan B are working with ROBOPOCALYPSE author Daniel H. Wilson on ALPHA, a sci-fi film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Right now it looks like Pitt is only producing, but he could end up starring...Show More Summary

You’ll Want To High Five Reese Witherspoon After Reading Her Comments Defending Renee Zellweger

In The Hollywood Reporter’s annual round table of leading ladies, the actress boldly came to Zellweger’s defense when she was asked about the hype surrounding her new appearance. More » You’ll Want To High Five Reese Witherspoon After...Show More Summary

Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen Returns December 10

Top Chef's digital spin-off series is now in its fourth season. Top Chef's digital spin-off series Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen will return December 10. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the show first aired alongside Top Chef season nine. Show More Summary

Steve Jobs biopic dropped by Sony but could survive at Universal

The Aaron Sorkin penned, Danny Boyle helmed Steve Jobs biopic is in trouble again. Just weeks after confirming then losing Christian Bale as its lead, the film has now been dropped by Sony, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The massively-hyped movie, based on Walter Isaacson’s biography of Jobs, is now being pitched to other studios. Show More Summary

Cosby Again Asked About Claims, Responds Differently

The Hollywood Reporter calls it "uncomfortable footage." And how. The AP yesterday released video shot during a Nov. 6 interview with Bill Cosby and wife Camille about artwork they loaned to the Smithsonian. Historically, and in a recent NPR interview, Cosby remains silent should the interviewer ask questions about the...

The Hunger Games May Make Sequel History

If this story sounds familiar already, like you’ve read this headline before, well we all know that The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One will make big bucks when it opens on Friday. The Hollywood Reporter believes it could have theShow More Summary

The Hunger Games May Make Sequel History

If this story sounds familiar already, like you’ve read this headline before, well we all know that The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One will make big bucks when it opens on Friday. The Hollywood Reporter believes it could have theShow More Summary

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