"The Sing-Off" has been saved once again. NBC's singing competition show has been picked up for a fifth season, reports The Hollywood Reporter. "The Sing-Off," which features various a cappella groups as they compete for a recording contract, is set to come back as a holiday event with an unknown number of episodes. Show More Summary
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A sequel to 2009’s sleeper hit Zombieland is back on track, now that a new writer has been hired to pen Zombieland 2, The Hollywood Reporter is reporting. Sony has confirmed that writer Dave Callaham will be writing the Zombieland sequel. Show More Summary
The Viola Davis-starring How to Get Away with Murder has been on for one episode and is already breaking TV records. According to The Hollywood Reporter, it "boasts the biggest DVR viewership increase in history." May the Shondaland empire continue to reign supreme. Read more...
Apple subsidiary Beats Electronics is suing Steven Lamar, who claims to be a Beats cofounder alongside Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The suit alleges that Lamar's current claims to be a Beats cofounder is advertising. Show More Summary
The movie “Big” is shrinking down for the small screen. The popular 1988 comedy starring Tom Hanks is being adapted into a television series for Fox, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Parts Unknown star sits down with The Hollywood Reporter to talk shop. Anthony Bourdain is a lot of things to a lot of people, but in a new profile The Hollywood Reporter's Gary Baum posits that Bourdain may be the ticket to saving CNN. Show More Summary
Details are finally coming in regarding DreamWorks Animation's March 18, 2016 release, the Tom McGrath-directed Boss Baby. The Hollywood Reporter today revealed some art from the film (check it out below!) along with the announcement that both Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey (who previously starred together in Glengarry Glen Ross) will lend their voices to the feature
Out gay heartthrob Matt Bomer will be starring opposite Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe in Shane Black's detective thriller The Nice Guys, being produced by Hollywood heavyweight, Joel Silver. Deadline Hollywood reports: Black’s Nice Guys takes place in 1970s Los...
By Bram de Haas: The Hollywood Reporter has published news that Japanese conglomerate Softbank wants to buy Dreamworks Animation (NASDAQ:DWA) for $32 per share. DWA stock closed at $22 per share on Friday. Obviously this is a massive premium to last Friday's closing price. Show More Summary
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's SoftBank Corp has been in talks to take a minority stake in privately held movie studio Legendary Pictures, entertainment trade publication The Hollywood Reporter reported on Tuesday. The talks between SoftBank...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Steven Lamar, one of the men behind the Beats line of headphones, brought a claim against Apple for cutting him out of the $3 billion deal to buy out the headphones maker. How the Hollywood Reporter says that Beats (and thus Apple) is suing Lamar for claiming that he co-founded the company. The […]
Walmart claims that Tracy Morgan is at fault for his injuries sustained in June's six-car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The company said in federal court on Monday (Sept. 29) that the injuries endured...Show More Summary
Last year, Leonardo DiCaprio starred in The Wolf Of Wall Street, a film that disappointed all with its glaring lack of wolves. But according to The Hollywood Reporter, DiCaprio will soon make amends by producing American Wolf, a drama that actually delivers on the wolf promised in its title. Show More Summary
Japanese telecom giant SoftBank is reportedly in talks to buy DreamWorks Animation, according to The Wall Street Journal and The Hollywood Reporter. SoftBank has extra money to spare because of its stake in Alibaba, the biggest IPO in history. Show More Summary
The Simpsons executive producer, Al Jean, told The Hollywood Reporter that the build-up toward the death of a major character was “a little over-hyped.” Jean said he was shocked by the anticipation and explained to THR where he thought it started. Show More Summary
Easy Money II: Hard to Kill helmer Babak Najafi has, according to The Hollywood Reporter, signed on direct London Has Fallen, the upcoming sequel to last year's Olympus Has Fallen. Najafi replaces the formerly attached Frederik Bond (Charlie Countryman), who departed the project earlier this month due to "creative differences".
SoftBank may have already bought both a major mobile game studio and one of the US' largest carriers, but it apparently isn't done expanding its turf just yet. Both Hollywood Reporter and the Wall Street Journal claim that the Japanese carrier is now...
Yesterday evening, The Hollywood Reporter broke the story that Softbank, a Japanese conglomerate, was in talks to buy the animation leg of DreamWorks pictures. The estimated value of DreamWorks Animation as a result of the deal would be $3.4 billion, according to a source with knowledge of the deal in progress. Show More Summary
Robin Williams was honored by close friends and family at a private memorial in San Francisco on Saturday. The iconic actor and comedian passed away on August 11th of this year. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the tribute was held at the Curran Theatre and featured music and video tributes. Show More Summary