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The Hollywood Reporter Fawns Over Gore as Sundance Debuts ‘Inconvenient Sequel’

Former Vice President Al Gore still has admirers among the media, if the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter is any guide. Timed to the Sundance Film Festival opening night premiere of Gore’s Inconvenient Truth sequel, Gore sits regally perched on a stool on the cover of THR’s Jan. Show More Summary

Ryan Murphy Developing a Future Season of American Crime Story Based on the Monica Lewinsky Scandal

Ryan Murphy has committed to no sleep for something like the next three years. According The Hollywood Reporter, the mega-showrunner has just snatched up the rights to Jeffrey Toobin’s book A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President, and Variety subsequently confirmed that it will ... More »

American Crime Story Will Take on Monica Lewinsky Sex Scandal

FX's award-winning anthology series American Crime Story will tackle the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal that led to President Clinton's impeachment hearings in 1998. According to The Hollywood Reporter, American Crime Story creator Ryan Murphy has optioned Jeffrey Toobin's 2000 book A Vast Conspiracy:... Read More > Other Links From Ryan Murphy Monica Lewinsky

Blake Griffin Set to Produce a ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ Reboot

13 hours agoSports : Total Pro Sports

It’s been about 25 years since the original Wesley Snipes-Woody Harrelson comedy hit theaters, so naturally, it’s time to reboot White Men Can’t Jump. News comes via The Hollywood Reporter that Black-ish creator Kenya Barris is teaming with the LA Clippers’ Blake Griffin and the Carolina Panthers’ Ryan Kalil to update the film for today’s […]

This Could Be the Most Expensive Home in US

"No one has built homes for billionaires," developer Bruce Makowsky tells Bloomberg. Until now, apparently. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Makowsky has built and listed a $250 million mansion in Bel Air that—if it gets the asking price—would be the most expensive home ever sold in the US...

Jerry Seinfeld Signs Production Deal with Netflix

Jerry Seinfeld has signed a production deal with Netflix that includes creating two exclusive new standup specials, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Seinfeld’s series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will also be relocated to the streaming service, leaving Sony’s Crackle. Show More Summary

A Remake of 'White Men Can't Jump' Is Next & Rosie Perez Has Thoughts

"Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris is taking a (three-point?) shot at remaking the 1992 sports comedy "White Men Can't Jump." According to The Hollywood Reporter, he teamed with Blake Griffin of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers and Ryan Kalil of the NFL's Carolina Panthers to develop the movie. Show More Summary

A ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ Remake Is on the Way

Ron Shelton’s 1992 drama White Men Can’t Jump is easily one of the more iconic sports movies of all time, which is why many will cringe upon receiving news that a remake is on the way. Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Black-ish creator Kenya Barris is joining with Mortal Media, Blake Griffin (Los Angeles Clippers) […]

Newswire: Kenya Barris is remaking White Men Can’t Jump

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a White Men Can’t Jump remake is on the way from Mortal Media partners (and pro athletes) Blake Griffin and Ryan Kalil. This is especially good news in a week that’s already seen one fundamentally flawed attempt at mending race relations in this country. Show More Summary

Former Apprentice Contestant Sues Donald Trump for Defamation

An Apprentice alum is suing former host and soon-to-be president Donald Trump for defamation, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Summer Zervos, who appeared on Season 5 of Trump's NBC reality show, has filed a suit against the president-elect, alleging that he defamed her when he called her and... Read More > Other Links From The Apprentice Donald Trump

A&E boss says Scientology is harassing her over Leah Remini's TV show

Scientology has allegedly taken its attack on A&E docuseries "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath" straight up to the top of the network. The Hollywood Reporter reported that during her keynote address at the National Association...Show More Summary

Tupac Biopic Gets Release Date

The forthcoming Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez on Me has a release date, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film is scheduled to hit theaters on June 16—the day that what would have been the rapper’s 47th birthday. The Benny Boom-directed movie stars Demetrius Shipp Jr. Show More Summary

Apple Music Chief Jimmy Iovine Confirms Plans to Produce Original Content

Apple Music chief Jimmy Iovine has revealed plans for the streaming service to branch into original video content. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Iovine said that Apple Music was attempting to “create an entire cultural, pop cultural experience,” which includes both audio and video. “If South Park walks into my office, I am not […]

Louis C.K. and Albert Brooks' The Cops Ordered to Series by TBS, So Soon You'll Finally Know What The Show's About

If there was a role Louis C.K. was born to play other than himself, it is definitely a tiny disgruntled cartoon police officer. According to The Hollywood Reporter, TBS has ordered ten episodes of The Cops, the animated series C.K. and Albert Brooks initially developed for FX early last year. ... More »

News: Iovine fuels speculation about Apple’s interest in scripted TV shows

2 days agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Jimmy Iovine seems to be lending credibility to last week’s report that Apple is looking to bring scripted TV series to Apple Music, telling The Hollywood Reporter what the company is “trying to create is an entire cultural, pop cultural...Show More Summary

Jimmy Iovine reiterates Apple’s interest in original TV content

Jimmy Iovine has hinted that Apple may indeed be looking to follow Amazon and Netflix down the original TV programming route, telling the Hollywood Reporter that, “We’re going to do whatever hits popular cultural smack on the nose.”Show More Summary

Jimmy Iovine says music not enough, confirms Apple’s interest in ‘pop culture’ TV shows

Apple exec Jimmy Iovine has lent weight to a WSJ report that Apple planned to offer scripted TV shows to Apple Music subscribers by the end of the year. The Hollywood Reporter reports Iovine telling TV critics that the company’s streaming...Show More Summary

Chris Harrison Admits Nick Viall ‘Skated’ Through The First Few Weeks Of ‘The Bachelor’

Chris Harrison has always been defensive of Nick Viall, but after last week’s raunchy reality TV romp, The Bachelor host admits he had to reel the ABC star in. The Hollywood Reporter posted a video of Harrison’s visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show, in which the longtime host responded to DeGeneres’ observations that the current... Show More Summary

Backstroke of the West

Patrick Shanley, "'Revenge of the Sith' Dubbed With Bootleg Chinese Dialogue Is a Fan-Made Masterpiece", The Hollywood Reporter 1/3/2017: YouTuber GratefulDeadpool has done the unthinkable: He's made Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith cool. Show More Summary

'Fatal Attraction' TV series dead at Fox

The Fatal Attraction limited series is not moving forward — at least, not at Fox. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the reboot of the iconic feature film had trouble casting — Megan Fox and Jenna Dewan Tatum both are said to have passed — and rights issues also may have been a problem. Show More Summary

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