Writer Mary Cardenas has signed with Elevate Entertainment manager and partner Jenny Wood. Cardenas’s pilot Bus League Knocks earned a Top 25 spot in the 2016 Launch Pad Pilots Competition.
There are skeptics and cynics who will scoff at the whole turn of events around the Lupita Nyong’o and Rihanna movie and wonder where we went wrong. Pay them no mind. They will just end up on the outside looking in, like those poor suckers Rihanna and Lupita are about to scam out of their shorts.
Bass plays lovable lifeguard Ronnie Greenbaum and the script puts his character through the ringer, dealing him one public embarrassment after the next. Bass makes the most of the comic opportunity, delivering some killer lines while holding his own against his muscled-up co-stars.
STX closes a deal for the U.S. rights to the upcoming Amy Schumer pic I Feel Pretty. This, plus a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
A round up of this week’s Film and TV industry jobs! Gotham Group, Gersh, WME, and more are looking for new hires!
A round-up of this week’s Film and TV industry internships. IM Global, Matt Tolmach Productions, The Radmin Company, and many more are all looking for interns!
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Tricia Melton has been hired as SVP of Marketing at Freeform and Jana Winograde has moved from ABC to Showtime.
After the tragic death of his wife and kids, rising tech star, Aiden Cross, invents the world’s first platform to access the afterlife, but when his partner winds up dead and haunting artifacts begin to cross back over, he must travel to the other side, find the real killer and stop the flood of souls from invading the realm of the living.
Streaming service Hulu is teaming with comedy actor Adam Pally on a new series based on an interesting premise: a parody Twitter account. Specifically, the Los Feliz Daycare account run by Jason Shapiro.
Executive Assistant sought for principal/founder of Santa Monica-based production company.
Eva Longoria is set to co-star opposite Anna Faris and Eugenio Derbez in the Overboard remake and Warner Animation Group’s big-screen take on The Jetsons finds a director. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Well, decently sized waves at the very least. Set to top the three-day holiday weekend with ease is the fifth installment in Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean franchise and while it may not be receiving good reviews and plenty of people may lament its continued existence, Dead Men Tell No Tales, which brings back original cast members, is set to bring in $80 million, if not a little more.
Taylor Sheridan’s latest crime thriller finds Age of Ultron stars Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen teaming back up to investigate a murder on a Native American reservation.
The story follows three refugees from East Prussia as they struggle to survive during the end of WWII. They believe the ship Wilhelm Gustloff can take them to safety, but just as freedom seems within their grasp, tragedy strikes and the ship sinks, resulting in one of the worst maritime disasters ever.
If you like Jason Bateman in Arrested Development then you’ll probably be taken off guard watching him shift gears from the Michael Bluth to a family man who is also a top money launderer for the second largest drug cartel in Mexico in the Netflix series Ozark. Yeah, it’s a tiny bit different from the culty absurd comedy.
Some critics weren’t over the moon for Sophia Coppola’s latest, while others were praising it for flipping the script on the pulpy original. Either way, critics dug deep into the film’s exploration of gender roles.
Together with our exclusive competition partners Endgame Entertainment and Fourth Wall Management, we are thrilled to announce the Top 50 for the 2017 Launch Pad Pilots Competition.
Management company with A-List clients seeks assistant for two talent managers with fast paced, high volume businesses. Assistant must have at least one year desk experience at a mainstream agency or management firm.
With award-winning stalwarts and exciting new shows, Netflix is back in June to continue their campaign to fulfill everyone’s entertainment needs. Along with a number of movies and shows from outside their production sphere, there will be something for everybody on Netflix in June.
Season 5, Episode 23 – On this week’s Arrow, season five comes to a close on the island of Lian Yu, where it all began for Oliver. Green Arrow enlists an unlikely team to take down Prometheus once and for all.
Serion / Coyne is in search of a Digital Media Planner / Buyer with 18 months of experience.
AEG Talent Management is in search of a Sales rep for Esports. Must have 7 years of experience.
Season 4, Episode 13 – So “Praimfaya” has finally arrived for the season four finale of The 100. Working under Raven’s orders the group have only ninety precious minutes to pull off the impossible task of reaching the Ark in space before it’s too late. Strap in guys, this is one solid and fast paced finale with one last twist up it’s sleeve.
Season 3, Episode 18 – Empire‘s season finale is here, and unfortunately it’s my least favorite episode of the season. Though we get endings to most plotlines this season, what’s particularly frustrating are the logical leaps we are forced to make in order to get there. From Charlotte to Guisi to the DuBois family, we are left with many unsatisfactory endings that do not do justice to many episodes this season.
While today is no doubt a sad day for fans of The Get Down, they shouldn’t worry about this cast being out of work for too long. You’re going to be seeing plenty more of them on the big screen over the next few years. Let us break it down for you…