Jana Marx

  • Michelle Duggar's Marriage Advice: Wives Should Be "Joyfully Available" to Meet Husbands' "Special Need"

    "Be willing to say, 'Yes, sweetie I am here for you,' no matter what, even though you may be exhausted and big pregnant and you may not feel like he feels."

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Daniel Craig Told To 'Shut Up And Stop Bond Bashing'

    Daniel Craig has been told by executives at Sony to ‘shut up’ and stop slating the Bond franchise, according to reports. The New York Post’s Page Six claims that recent comments from the current 007, in which he said he’d rather 'slash his wrists’ than do another Bond movie, have not gone down all…

    Ben Arnold
  • Luther Creator To Write Escape From New York Remake

    Long in development at 20th Century Fox, a new take on John Carpenter’s dystopian sci-fi thriller has no director or star attached yet, but according to The Hollywood Reporter it now has a writer in the form of Neil Cross. Most notably, Cross is the creator of hit BBC detective series ‘Luther’…

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  • Witches and thrones: Indian animators cash in on special effects boom

    By Nivedita Bhattacharjee MUMBAI (Reuters) - They call themselves Hollywood's best-kept secret: India's animators, long-time partners for the likes of Walt Disney Co, are reaping the rewards of surging demand for visual effects and gaining the confidence to venture out on their own. India's…

  • China Box Office: 'Goodbye Mr. Loser' Wins Week With $100 Million

    Pixar's 'Inside Out' opened to a soft $12 million, as the animation heavyweight continues to struggle in the world's second-largest film market.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Kids in the Hall on Lorne Michaels' "Muscle," Hollywood Homophobia and Their Monty Python Obsession

    In a rare group interview, the hugely influential sketch-comedy troupe reveals how the 'SNL' mogul discovered them (then almost split them up), how they'd feel about a Netflix revival and how their careers took hits for being too gay-positive. Says Dave Foley: "Sometimes Scott would angrily explain…

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 'Steve Jobs' movie rings up big box office returns

    Despite objections about the film from people close to the Apple co-founder, the Jobs biopic draws crowds to the four theaters that showed it this weekend.

  • Model Max Emerson: From 'Super-Shameless Comedy' to Super-Serious Song & Movie

    Max Emerson is a model, actor, host and author with more than a quarter-million followers on Instagram. (You may have also seen him as the featured man candy in Adore Delano’s music video “DTF.”) Now, he can add singer to his resume, as he recently released his first single, “Not Enough,” featuring…

  • ‘Fargo’: How a Great Movie Became a Perfect TV Series

    Adapted from one of the best films of the 1990s, the 'Fargo' TV series is going strong with an expanded world and amped up religious aspects.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Celebration Cinemas Chief Named NATO Chairman

    John D. Loeks, CEO of Celebration! Cinemas, has been elected chairman of the National Association of Theatre Owners. He takes the helm at the exhibition industry trade group at a time when theaters are being challenged by digital forms of entertainment and studios are exploring alternative…

  • Dennis Lehane’s Next Novel ‘Since We Fell’ Lands at DreamWorks (EXCLUSIVE)

    DreamWorks has nabbed another hot literary title from one of the industry’s favorite authors. The studio has acquired the future rights to Dennis Lehane’s next novel “Since We Fell,” sources tell Variety, after a heated bidding war this past summer that saw several studios vying for the rights to a…

  • UTA Wants CAA’s “False” Amended Anti-Agent Poaching Lawsuit Gutted

    More than a month ago, CAA filed its first amended complaint in the agencies’ ongoing agent-poaching case with new "aiding and abetting" claims and more accusations of "a lawless, midnight raid" by UTA. Now UTA, which was the beneficiary of five big-fish CAA comedy agents and a number of their…

  • Architecture & Design Film Festival Kicks Off in NYC Tomorrow

    A still from the trailer for the film The Infinite Happiness, about Bjarke Ingels's 8 House complex, seen at background. The 2015 Architecture and Design Film Festival—the seventh-annual edition of the traveling event—kicks off tomorrow and the lineup is...

  • Fox Business Network Announces Next GOP Debate Date

    Fox Business Network and Wall Street Journal  today announced November 10 as the date for their GOP debate in Milwaukee. That makes it the first debate, in this long slog to the White House, to be held less than a year before the 2016 presidential election, for what it’s worth. The debate will…

  • Volkswagen scandal set for movie produced by DiCaprio

    Hollywood is planning a movie about Volkswagen's emissions-cheating scandal, with Leonardo DiCaprio, who has long championed environmental causes, set to produce the film, press reports said Monday. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Paramount and DiCaprio's production company Appian Way have…

  • Taye Diggs Joins Fox's 'Rosewood'

    The 'Private Practice' alum will recur on the freshman drama.

    The Hollywood Reporter