The Hollywood Reporter
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If the judge approves the proposal, the company is looking to finally distribute such films as the Zach Galifianakis action comedy 'Masterminds' and the Halle Berry thriller, 'Kidnap.'
Marty Singer, who left Cosby's defense team last month, is named in a new amended complaint filed on Monday.
The filing comes on the eve of an IPO where the price of Match Group stock was set at $12 a share.
The 'Silicon Valley' actor will co-write the script and is attached to star.
Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, the duo who wrote the upcoming Deadpool movie, penned the script.
The total number of series (and distribution platforms) has soared, leaving audiences drunk on choice with primetime, broadcast, cable and streaming TV offerings: "It goes almost without saying that qualitatively, television is off the charts today."
Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett and 6 More Top Actresses on Pay Gap, Sex Scenes and the Price of Speaking Frankly: "There Is Always a Backlash"
Kate Winslet, Jane Fonda, Carey Mulligan, Brie Larson, Helen Mirren and Charlotte Rampling join for THR's annual fun, frank and uncensored Actress Roundtable.
The multihyphenates behind 'The Lego Movie' discuss their massive slate of upcoming projects and why people think they do a lot of drugs.
"I don’t want to write something that nobody's f—ing watching," Sutter says of the decision to pull the plug on the FX period drama.
Harvey Weinstein's board ponders the future (with Ron Burkle?) as the studio makes a big bet on Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight.'
Ryan Coogler ('Fruitvale Station') takes a stab at studio filmmaking with this 'Rocky' spinoff starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone.
In 2010, in its first issue, THR noted that tweets were being turned into television. Five years later, Justin Halpern, the user behind the Twitter page that spawned the short-lived CBS sitcom, fondly writes about the flop that killed the trend.
The mogul's Liberty Global ups its stake in the 'Hunger Games' studio as speculation of a merger with Starz (or a tax dodge) builds.
Recent and upcoming French movies tackle issues related to last Friday's terror attacks, trying to answer questions that are, now more than ever, on everybody's mind.