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Remakes, Re-Boots, A Lack of Imagination--But The Money Keeps Rolling In!...Mother/Daughter Memoirs...The Last Words of Elaine Stritch---Exactly What You'd Expect!

"HAS there ever been a summer of 23 sequels before?" asks The Hollywood Reporter's Todd McCarthy. (We here, writing for the older masses, are ever grateful to the lush- looking Reporter for keeping us so ably up to date.) Reporter McCarthy...Show More Summary

Newswire: James Frey builds alternate reality around his new book, but this time he admits it

Accomplished fabulist James Frey has constructed an elaborate secret fiction around his latest book, the young-adult novel Endgame: The Calling. As The Hollywood Reporter reports, the soon-to-be-birthed Endgame franchise will include...Show More Summary

Jake Gyllenhaal's Nightcrawler Character Has His Own YouTube Channel

Jake Gyllenhaal, is that really you? - HuffPost Entertainment Sparks fly in the pictures from Bachelor in Paradise - BuddyTV Idris Elba will star in Guy Ritchie's King Arthur movie - The Hollywood Reporter Which new release tanked at...Show More Summary

Orlando Reporter’s Book to Become Sandra Bullock Movie

Leave it to WESH reporter Bob Kealing to tell a story so compelling, it’s slated to become a Sandra Bullock film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony has acquired Kealing’s book about Central Florida businesswoman Brownie Wise,...Show More Summary

Actor-Politician Fred Thompson Notes Being Conservative In Hollywood Is 'A Tougher Road to Travel'

Fred Thompson, a former senator and presidential candidate who returned to an acting career, granted an interview to The Hollywood Reporter to promote his new movie “Persecuted,” the story of a televangelist framed for murder by powerful...Show More Summary

Why Backstreet Boys Won't Play Sold-Out Shows in Israel

The Backstreet Boys won't be rocking out in Israel later this month as originally planned. The reasons, though, are pragmatic rather than ideological, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The former boy band sold out three July shows, representing their first live gigs in the country. Show More Summary

Robert Griffin III says NFL players don't like playing in Thursday games

NFL players don't like the idea of Thursday football because of concerns of their health being at risk during a shorter week, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III told the Hollywood Reporter. "There are a lot of players out there who feel like there are not enough days in the week for us to be playing on Thursdays," Griffin said. Show More Summary

Report: Casey Kasem's Dead Body Missing, Daughter Says

The body of the late Casey Kasem is missing, Access Hollywood reports. According to Casem's daughter Kerri, she and her family are unaware of the location of her father's corpse. "When we called the mortuary on July 15, they couldn't tell us where Casey was," family spokesman Danny Deraney said. Show More Summary

Newswire: TNT renews The Last Ship and Major Crimes, gives final season to Falling Skies

TNT knows drama, and specifically, it will continue to know three of its summer dramas for at least one more season. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the channel has renewed The Last Ship, Major Crimes, and Falling Skies. All three...Show More Summary

Paramount Resurrects The Ring with a New Prequel Film

A third entry in Paramount Pictures' The Ring franchise is on the way as The Hollywood Reporter today brings word that Before the Fall helmer F. Javier Gutierrez will direct a big screen prequel to the hit horror franchise.

Alexandra Shipp Replaces Zendaya In Aaliyah Lifetime Biopic

Lifetime found a new actress to replace Zendaya in its Aaliyah biopic. The iconic R&B singer will now be played by Nickelodeon star Alexandra Shipp, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed, before Lifetime tweeted the news: Alexandra Shipp to play Aaliyah. Show More Summary

Shonda Rhimes Has Already Decided When “Scandal” Will End

Shonda Rhimes said ”Scandal” has an expiration date and it will come sooner than we thought. “I think there’s only so much ‘Scandal’ you can tell satisfactorily,” the showrunner told The Hollywood Reporter. “It’s not a 10-season or eight-season show. I’ve already decided how long that is and what that’s going to be.” Bummer. [THR] Kourtney [...]

'The Big Bang Theory': CBS confident cast contracts will get signed

Five core cast members of "The Big Bang Theory" haven't signed new contracts yet, but CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler doesn't sound particularly worried about that.According to The Hollywood Reporter, stars Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting,...Show More Summary

True Blood's Deborah Ann Woll Cast as Karen Page in Daredevil!

The Hollywood Reporter brings word this morning that "True Blood" star Deborah Ann Woll has joined the cast of "Marvel's Daredevil" in a significant role, that of Nelson & Murdock secretary and love interest Karen Page!

Robert Griffin III says NFL players don't like playing in Thursday games

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III told the Hollywood Reporter that NFL players don't like the idea of Thursday football because of concerns of their health being at risk during a shorter week. "There are a lot of players out there who feel like there are not enough days in the week for us to be playing on Thursdays," Griffin said. Show More Summary

CBS Sports President: Saying 'Redskins' or Not Is Announcer's Call

CBS Sports Chairman Jim McManus tells the Hollywood Reporter in a lengthy interview that the network will leave it up to their on-air talent whether to say "Redskins" or not on the air. Several major sports journalists, including Peter King and Bill Simmons, vow not to use the Washington, D.C., team's nickname. Show More Summary

THR Adds Staffer, NY Times Adds to Editorial Board

A couple moves to note this morning, involving The Hollywood Reporter and The New York Times. Details are below. Chris Gardner is joining THR as a staff writer. He’ll contribute to the magazine’s Rambling Reporter section. He comes to the magazine from MSN. Ernesto Londoño is joining the New York Times editorial board. Show More Summary

CBS will let individual announcers decide whether to say “Redskins”

If CBS announcers don’t want to say the arguably offensive name of the Washington NFL team, they don’t have to. If they want to, they can. That’s the word from CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus, who tells the Hollywood Reporter that although he hasn’t told his on-air talent what to say regarding the Redskins controversy,…

Stuart Scott Recipient Of Espy’s 2014 Jimmy V Perseverance Award

Stuart Scott is, indeed, cooler than the other side of the pillow. Scott, one of ESPN’s most popular anchors, received the 2014 Jimmy V Perseverance Award at last night’s Espy Awards, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The Jimmy V award is given annually to a public figure who has shown extraordinary strength and resilience in

Spiritual Bond Between J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis Sparks Faith-Friendly Feature

The spiritual connection between authors C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, one that inspired some of the most profound storytelling of the 20th century, is the inspiration for an upcoming film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. London-...Show More Summary

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