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  • Development Season MVPs Land Multiple New Series

    J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot banner had a prosperous pilot season in setting up two big dramas, Fox's "Almost Human" and NBC's "Believe." So did Bill Lawrence's Doozer banner, with comedies on Fox ("Surviving Jack") and NBC ("Undateable"), not to mention a...
  • NBC's 2013-14 schedule banks on new shows, past stars

    NBC's 2013-14 schedule banks on new shows, past stars
    Hoping to change it prime time fortunes, NBC announced a bold new schedule Sunday filled with new shows and familiar stars. The network plans to introduce 17 new series during the season, including six new comedies, eight new dramas and three new reality...
  • Jason Blum Launches Foreign Sales Division

    Micro-budget pioneer Jason Blum is launching Blumhouse Intl. to oversee foreign sales of the company's movies and will debut the venture at Cannes. The newly minted venture has a worldwide distribution and servicing deal with IM Global. The first...
  • NBC Adds Comedy, 2 Dramas; Cancels ‘New Normal’

    NBC added one comedy and two more dramas to its 2013-14 roster, all from Sony Pictures TV. "Welcome to the Family," from scribe Mike Sikowitz, revolves around the culture clash of Anglo and Latino families when their kids are brought togheter by an...
  • Home Theater: 'Kevin,' 'Rampart' disturbing yet compelling

     
    "We Need to Talk About Kevin" and "Rampart" are among the films newly available on VOD and DVD and Blu-ray; both movies offer compelling portraits of deeply disturbing behavior....
  • Director Tony Scott lived like his alpha-male action heroes

    Director Tony Scott lived like his alpha-male action heroes
    With films such as"Unstoppable"and "Man on Fire," Tony Scott told adrenaline-filled stories about fearless men — spies and cops, race car drivers and fighter pilots — who live by a code and face death on their own terms. He filled his...
  • Tony Scott death: Hollywood looks to his films to make sense of tragedy

    Tony Scott death: Hollywood looks to his films to make sense of tragedy
    With films like “Top Gun” and “Man on Fire,” Tony Scott made spectacle movies about men who live by a code and face death on their own terms -- spies and crime lords, race car drivers and fighter pilots. Recently, the director-...
  • Pablo Escobar, by way of '300'

     
    A Pablo Escobar movie, which had been attempted by Oliver Stone and Joe Carnahan, is now being undertaken by the producer of 300...
  • Around Town: Foreign films and Spencer Tracy

     
    The week's lineup includes Golden Globe foreign language nominees, a comedian's film festival and a sneak preview of the new action thriller "The Grey."...
  • Working Hollywood: 'Grey' stunt performer taps into animal within

     
    Interview with stunt performer Shawn Beaton, who played a wolf in the new film "The Grey" starring Liam Neeson...
  • 'The Grey' slammed for 'bloodthirsty' portrayal of wolves

     
    'The Grey': 'The Grey' is being boycotted by animal rights activists who say it will endanger wolves, who are already misportrayed in TV, film and literature as bloodthirsty creates when they are actually quite shy and fearful of humans....
  • 'The Grey' director Joe Carnahan has a death wish

     
    Joe Carnahan, director of Liam Neeson movie "The Grey," will write and direct a reboot of Charles Bronson's "Death Wish."...