All of that tiger blood has done the Warlock good as Charlie Sheen's first TV series since his volatile departure from Two and a Half Men, Anger Management (based on the Adam Sandler film of the same name), has found a network home.
Back in the 1980s, Eddie Murphy stunned moviegoers with his trifecta of 48Hrs., Trading Places and Beverly Hills Cop. For quite some time there have been rumors of a fourth BHC film, but Deadline is offering up an update.
Deadline is reporting that Stephen J. Cannell's 1987 TV series Wiseguy is going to be rebooted for NBC by writer/producer Alex Cary, currently co-executive producer on Showtime's Homeland.
Starz Entertainment has green-lit a new original adventure series titled “Da Vinci’s Demons,” developed and produced by BBC Worldwide Productions. This is the first project to enter production under the multi-year agreement Starz signed with BBC Worldwide Productions earlier this summer.
Given the audience that greeted in premiere on ABC last night, it looks like people are in the mood for a bit of fairy tale magic with Once Upon a Time.
Because you absolutely need to know this, a video report claims that the singer Rihanna went on a wild and crazy spending spree at a sex store. For the rest of the story.... well, that kind of is the story. But you can check out the video anyway if you want.
Back in August Disney held its annual D23 convention, at which The Hollywood Reporter garnered a number of Avengers related video interviews. For those who missed it the first time around, here's your chance to check out conversations with some of the stars of the film.
Deadline reports that actor Cary Elewes will be making his directorial debut on the script he co-wrote with Joey Sagal for Elvis & Nixon, an independent film chronicling a meeting between the King and Tricky Dickie!
This week the Fanholes talk their favorite games from the Nintendo Entertainment
System, some great TV series that still fell prey to "Jumping The Shark", the wild
and crazy trope of Alternate Universes in popular fiction, and discuss the current
feature film, Captain America: The First Avenger.
Part forty-eight of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Filmation animated television series, The New Adventures of Batman, that aired on the CBS network in the year 1977!
On this week's installment of The Hobbit in 5, theonering.net releases some new 'Hobbit' shooting locations, Warner Brothers Interactive says a LEGO 'Hobbit' videogame is in the works, a new episode of "4 Tanks and a Healer" is up, and if you're on the west coast make sure to check out LOTR in Concert!
Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried were among the stars attending the Los Angeles premiere of their new science fiction thriller, In Time.
The recently released sci-fi flick directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego will hit DVD/Blu-Ray at the end of the year. Check out the cover art for the home video releases after the jump!
When there's a witness to Dexter Morgan in action, he inspires a copycat killer who threatens his existence in the sixth novel written by Jeff Lindsay, Double Dexter, now in print from Doubleday. The publisher has released this trailer.
Summit Entertainment's The Three Musketeers 3D reaches theatres this weekend, and these video clips takes a behind the scenes look at its making.
This weekend Rowan Atkinson's Johnny English returns to American theatres in the form of Johnny English reborn. What follows are several interview clips with cast and crew from the film.
Britain's The Guardian is reporting that King Kong: Live on Stage, from the creative minds of the Walking With Dinosaurs tour, will reach the Australian stage in early 2013, with a Broadway run expected shortly thereafter.
Apparently not satisfied with making us laugh, now Ben Stiller has decided to scare the crap out of us by electing to direct the horror film The Mountain, which is based on a spec script written by Helen Childress.
Variety has the exclusive report that director Steven Soderbergh has chosen Bradley Cooper to star in the movie version of the '60s spy series The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Eminem, who scored several years ago with the drama 8 Mile, is ready to climb back into the movie ring with the boxing drama Southpaw.