Gerald Michenaud

  • Rosie Perez Leaving ‘The View’

    EXCLUSIVE: Seven months after Rosie O’Donnell’s exit was announced, another Rosie is leaving The View. This time, it’s Rosie Perez. Her last day on the ABC News program will be August 6, the final original show of the season. Expect Perez, who joined the show in September, to talk about her exit…

    Deadline
  • Ant-Man trailer confirms 's cameo

    This post contains spoilers for Ant-Man. The latest Spanish-language trailer for Ant-Man doesn't have much in the way of new footage, but an ultra-quick shot during the promo gives us a good look at which Avenger will show up during the film. "Essentially, this is a heist film, and if you look at…

    Polygon
  • Film Review: ‘Happy 40th’

    In an industry where there wasn’t such pronounced gender imbalance, this resourceful and satisfying indie drama would certainly boost writer-helmer-thep Raine to the rungs of at least TV-episode directorial employability.

    Variety
  • Beasts of No Nation: First original Netflix movie release in Oct

    (Reuters) - Netflix Inc said its first original movie, "Beasts of No Nation," will be released on Oct. 16 on its video streaming service and in select U.S. theaters. The movie, directed by Emmy Award winner Cary Fukunaga and starring Golden Globe winner Idris Elba, will be followed by Adam…

    Reuters
  • Fox’s ‘Knock Knock Live’ Sets Co-Hosts; Animal Planet Renews ‘Last Alaskans’

    Fox has opened the door for five co-hosts on its summer reality newcomer Knock Knock Live. American Idol alum Kellie Pickler, TV hosts Adrienne Bailon and Ross Mathews and radio personalities Jordan “Shorty” Johnson and Chuey Martinez will travel the country rapping on people’s front doors and…

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  • Discovery Channel Chums Investor Waters With Tasty 2Q Stats In Advance of Shark Week

    As Discovery Channel awaits opening night ratings results for Shark Week, the financial community isn’t sure which way its parent company is swimming lately. Even before the Shark Week ratings begin to trickle in, the company’s flagship network has encouraging stats. Discovery Channel boasted its…

    Deadline
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    America Declassified: A Radioactive Movie Set

    Was the cast and crew of a John Wayne film exposed to nuclear fallout?

    Scripps Ulive
  • Gina Girolamo Returns To Alloy Entertainment As Senior VP Of TV

    Gina Girolamo, who had been head of television for three years at indie producer Alloy Entertainment, is returning to the fold to head up television operations again with the title of SVP Television Production and Development. The move comes after Girolamo had been EVP of TV at Working Title Films,…

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  • GoPro Hires Former Hulu Original Series Chief for Content Push (Exclusive)

    GoPro is getting ready to step up its content game: Charlotte Koh, who used to lead Hulu’s original content initiatives, has joined GoPro in a newly created position as head of features and series. Koh is tasked with striking partnerships with Hollywood creatives as well as studios and networks to…

    Variety
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    Dad Get 1950s Diner-Style Man Cave

    A dad of four gets a home movie theater (complete with concession stand).

    Scripps Ulive
  • L.A. Pilot Production Steady, FilmLA Says; 1-Hour Dramas Hit 5-Year High

    There is good news and bad news for pilot production on the streets and stages of the City of Angeles according to a report released today by the non-profit permitting group. The latter is that L.A. is beneath 50% of total pilot production for the second year in a row. However, says FilmLA, the…

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  • ‘Ray Donovan’ Season 3 Review: Katie Holmes Gives Showtime Drama New Muscle

    The L.A. fixer series is back on July 12, and you don't want to miss what might be its strongest season yet. As my video review above says, a lot of the new strength of  Ray Donovan's third season comes from the additions that bulk up the core cast – especially Katie Holmes. An unlikely pairing,…

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  • Los Angeles Dominates in TV Pilot Production With 45% Share

    Los Angeles has maintained its dominance in pilot production a time of fierce competition from other states, according to a report released by the FilmL.A. permitting agency. FilmL.A.’s official count shows that 202 broadcast, cable and digital pilots — 111 dramas and 91 comedies — were produced…

    Variety
  • 7 Famous Actors Who Never Graduated College

    Many of the greats in Hollywood left school to persue their careers, and some never made it through high school.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘The Sound of Trees’

    There may not be a genre with as limited a capacity to surprise a grown audience as the still-ubiquitous coming-of-age drama: While teenage kicks may switch from generation to generation, the process of self-realization they accompany remains universally constant.

    Variety
  • Sundance Winner Directing Movie Adaptation ‘Infidelity’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    Sundance winner Geneviève Dulude-Decelles will direct an independent movie based on Stacey May Fowles’ novel “Infidelity,” Variety has learned exclusively. Dulude-Decelles, who won the Sundance Short Film jury award for “The Cut” last year, is also writing the script. Allison Black of Euclid 431…

    Variety