It has been one whirlwind of an offseason for the Illinois men’s basketball team. Kendrick Nunn was dismissed from the team and head coach John Groce finally heard some good news concerning Mike Thorne Jr. and Tracy Abrams. For fans, there really hasn’t been much excitement. Show More Summary
When Stephen King first approached J.J. Abrams to adapt his novel 11/22/63 for the screen, King had a film in mind. Abrams had other ideas. "When he asked, my first reaction was, 'Yes.'" Abrams says. "My second reaction was, 'Would you...Show More Summary
There’s a scene in the pilot of Roadies—the new music dramedy produced by Cameron Crowe, Winnie Holzman, and J.J. Abrams—when the show makes the term “music lover” uncomfortably literal. Hippie-dippy stalker Natalie Shayne (Jacqueline Byers) has broken into the dressing room of Tom Staton, leader of arena-rock act The Staton-House Band. Show More Summary
The Enterprise's original captain urges fans to write to J.J. Abrams if they'd like to see the two Kirks onscreen together.
(Reuters) - Viacom Inc Chief Executive Philippe Dauman and Viacom board member George Abrams asked a Massachusetts court on Thursday to require an immediate medical exam of controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone. In a filing with the...Show More Summary
Ben Affleck as much as told Bill Simmons he was offered 'Star Wars' before J.J. Abrams and turned it down. Ben doesn't come right out and say it but, in so many words, he makes it clear during the HBO show. And check out the video... he slurs…
Post submitted by Kendra R. Johnson, State Director, HRC Arkansas with contributions from Abram Greenbaum, Intern, HRC Arkansas In the aftermath of the early morning tragedy in Orlando, thousands of people gathered at vigils across the U.S. Show More Summary
A new TV series focusing on Michael Jackson is in the works, with heavyweight producer J.J. Abrams behind the project. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that “Before You Judge Me: The Triumph and Tragedy of Michael Jackson’s Last Days”...
The last days leading up to the death of the King of Pop Michael Jackson will be made into a mini-series and is to be helmed by "Star Wars" director J.J. Abrams. Warner Bros. studios is set to film the series.
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The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, passed away in the summer of 2009. In fact, later this week it will have been exactly 7 years since we lost the iconic singer. Now the last days of his life will be recounted on television in the form of an event series in development. Show More Summary
J.J. Abrams's assurance about the end of a copyright lawsuit against the makers of a crowd-funded Star Trek fan film didn't actually make it so.
A new miniseries on the last days of Michael Jackson's life is in the works. Continue reading…
The program will focus on MJ's final days.
J.J. Abrams (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, "Lost") is co-producing a planned TV series about Michael Jackson, Variety reports (via FACT). The series, which is not yet attached to a network, is an adaptation of Tavis Smiley's new book Before You Judge Me: The Triumph and Tragedy of Michael Jackson’s Last Days. Show More Summary
Tuesday sees the release in bookstores of Tavis Smiley’s book Before You Judge Me: The Triumph and Tragedy of Michael Jackson’s Last Days. Not to be outdone, J.J. Abrams will be teaming up with author Smiley and Warner Bros. Television to produce a TV adaptation of the book. Show More Summary
According to Variety, J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions has teamed up with author and TV host Tavis Smiley to make a TV show based on Smiley’s book Before You Judge Me: The Triumph And Tragedy Of Michael Jackson’s Last Days. The book...Show More Summary
Smiley's novelization of Jackson's last days, Before You Judge Me, to be turned into TV series.
J.J. Abrams' is best known for his sci-fi and action work, but now he's delving into a new frontier: music biography. Abrams' Bad Robot is teaming up with author Tavis Smiley to produce a series on the final months of Michael Jacksons' life. The event, being produced for Warner Bros. Television, is ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Michael Jackson
Event series — they’re all the rage. Even if “event series” doesn’t mean that much today, other than as a way for networks to get people to watch shows. (The very good Roots remake was surely an event series, but is the new, also good O.J. Simpson docu-series? Arguably.) Anyway, this new event series will be based on […]