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Terry Crews Reveals He Was Paid “Nothing” For ‘Training Day’ But “Heart Is Always Full of Gratitude”

Terry Crews is careful not to correlate his personal gratitude with financial compensation. The actor and TV host revealed this week he didn’t receive payment for his role in Training Day but emphasized that the lack of a check has never affected his love for a project. “I have never ever, ever looked at whatever […]

Jax Media Vet Brooke Posch Launches Comedy Venture Good&Done

Former Jax Media president Brooke Posch is unveiling her next act. With the help of UTA, which continues to rep Posch, she’s launching Good&Done, which will produce comedy across TV and film, though she hopes to do so through a different lens. As she’s done before, she will work with both established and next wave […]

Taylor Sheridan’s ‘Tulsa King,’ Starring Sylvester Stallone, to Air on CBS

Paramount is bringing more of its Taylor Sheridan universe to CBS. After the broadcast network previously aired the first two seasons of Yellowstone as part of its strike-impacted schedule, CBS will use the same strategy to bolster awareness of another Sheridan-produced show: Tulsa King. Season one of the Paramount+ drama starring Sylvester Stallone will make […]

‘Neuromancer’ TV Adaptation a Go at Apple

Following a years-long development process, Apple will officially make a TV series based on William Gibson’s acclaimed sci-fi novel Neuromancer. The tech giant and streamer has handed out a 10-episode series order to the drama based on the 1984 cyberpunk novel that launched Gibson’s career and the so-called Sprawl trilogy that also includes novels Count […]

Regal Cinemas’ Post-Bankruptcy Plan Revealed By CEO

Eduardo Acuna, CEO of Regal Cinemas owner Cineworld Group, says his movie theater chain is well-positioned for post-pandemic and post-bankruptcy growth amid Hollywood’s box office recovery. “I think it’s a very pivotal moment in our history,” Acuna told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview on Wednesday via Zoom while seated in a giant 4DX auditorium […]

Margaret Qualley Promoted ‘Drive-Away Dolls’ at Vibrator Museum

Margaret Qualley has been to some interesting venues to promote her new film, Drive-Away Dolls. The actress stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers where she discussed the project from Ethan Coen and his wife, Tricia Cooke. While chatting with Meyers, Qualley explained that its press tour took her to a vibrator museum in San […]

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky Star in Noir-Inspired Short Film Promoting New Fenty Product

Rihanna collaborated with A$AP Rocky for a “short film” titled Born to Steal: Yours, Mine, Ours, promoting a new Fenty Skin product. The video premiered on Fenty Skin and Fenty Beauty’s YouTube channels on Wednesday morning.  In the noir-inspired ad, the multi-hyphenate stars as the femme fatale, who the narrator says likes to “hoard” clothes […]

‘Naked Gun’ Reboot With Liam Neeson Lands 2025 Release From Paramount

The Naked Gun reboot is about to make 2025 a good year. Paramount Pictures announced release dates Wednesday for a number of upcoming films. This includes director Akiva Schaffer’s new untitled installment in the Naked Gun comedy franchise hitting theaters July 28, 2025. The movie, first announced back in 2022, stars Liam Neeson and includes […]

‘The Hunting Party’ Crime Drama Nabs NBC Series Pickup

NBC is throwing a Hunting Party. The network has handed out a series order for the high-concept procedural The Hunting Party, from creator JJ Bailey. The pickup for the drama comes more than a year after NBC opened up a writers room for the project that it describes as revolving around “a small team of […]

Yvonne Strahovski to Star in Peacock Thriller ‘Teacup’ From James Wan

Yvonne Strahovski has landed her next series project. The Handmaid’s Tale star will lead the cast for Teacup, a horror thriller series at Peacock that counts James Wan among its executive producers. Strahovski will also be a producer on the project, which is inspired by author Robert McCammon’s 1988 novel Stinger. Teacup will center on […]

Dan Lin Tapped to Replace Scott Stuber as Netflix Film Boss (Exclusive)

Dan Lin, the producer behind the Lego movies and the new live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender, has been tapped as the new head of film for Netflix, according to sources. Lin steps into the role vacated by Scott Stuber, who announced in January he would step down in March. Lin’s name had been […]

‘I Saw the TV Glow’ Trailer: Justice Smith and Brigette Lundy-Paine’s Reality Blurs in Enthralling Preview

After stellar reviews following its Sundance premiere, A24 has released the trailer for Jane Schoenbrun’s new horror film, I Saw the TV Glow. Justice Smith stars as Owen, who strikes up a friendship with older classmate Maddy (Brigette Lundy-Paine). Maddy gets him hooked on a TV show called The Pink Opaque, which, according to Owen’s […]

Amy Poehler Set for CinemaCon Vanguard Award

Amy Poehler is heading to Las Vegas. The multi-hyphenate has been selected to receive CinemaCon’s Vanguard Award during the convention’s closing night Big Screen Achievement Awards at Caesars Palace on April 11. Poehler joins a roster of honorees that includes Lupita Nyong’o (Star of the Year) and Shawn Levy (Director of the Year). For Poehler, […]

‘Hacks’ Sets Star-Studded Season 3 Guest Cast

The third season of Max’s Hacks is coming into focus. The Warner Bros. Discovery-owned streamer on Wednesday revealed the guest cast for the upcoming season of the Jean Smart-Hannah Einbinder comedy. Set to guest star in the upcoming season are Helen Hunt (Mad About You), Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), […]

Actor Playing Willy Wonka at Disaster Event Speaks Out: “It Was Heartbreaking and Dangerous”

One of the actors hired to play Willy Wonka at an “immersive experience” fan event that became a viral sensation for all the wrong reasons is speaking out about what actually went down behind the scenes. The U.K. fan attraction Willy’s Chocolate Experience — which was inspired by Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory […]

Oscars: Billie Eilish, Ryan Gosling and Jon Batiste to Perform Nominated Original Songs

Jon Batiste, Becky G, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell, Scott George and the Osage Singers, and Ryan Gosling and Mark Ronson will perform this year’s nominated songs on the 96th Academy Awards, executive producer and showrunner Raj Kapoor and executive producers Molly McNearney and Katy Mullan announced today. This will be Eilish and O’Connell’s second […]

Oscar-Nominated Film ‘Poor Things’ Is Now Streaming: Here’s Where to Watch Online

Starring Emma Stone, Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe and Ramy Youssef, the comedy has already won two Golden Globes awards for best picture and best actress in a musical or comedy motion picture.

‘Where Is Wendy Williams?’ Gets Strong Ratings for Lifetime

Lifetime’s controversial Where Is Wendy Williams? documentary proved to be a big draw for the cable network. The 4 1/2-hour documentary, which aired over two nights on Feb. 24 and 25, averaged 1.04 million same-day viewers, according to Nielsen. That’s more than triple the average primetime audience for Lifetime in the previous three weeks, which […]