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  • ‘The Mysteries of Laura’ Gets Order For 5 More Scripts From NBC

    Following steady ratings performance for The Mysteries of Laura  in the first weeks of the season, NBC has given the light crime procedural an order for five additional scripts. The Mysteries of Laura,  the only NBC freshman series to get a second-season pickup, received a 13-episode renewal in…

  • ‘Pan’ Looks for China Life Raft as it Faces $100 Million Writedown

    “Pan,” the pricey fantasy adventure about a boy who refuses to grow up, crashed on the shoals of audience indifference last weekend when it debuted in the United States and across more than 50 foreign markets. The film has racked up a meager $40.5 million globally, which is a far cry from the $150…

  • Join the air-volution, bruh

    In the middle film (of the three middling films), the main character uses a time machine to go to what was, at the time, considered the future: October 21, 2015. October 21, 2015 is still considered the future, but it's coming up soon, and what better way to celebrate than to make some money for…

    The Verge
  • Steve Jobs' Greatest Notoriety: Elevating Tim Cook

    Steve Jobs is back all over the media and movie screens these days - as Hollywood portrays its take of his genius and his warts. At the end of the day (not the movie), Jobs' greatest notoriety may indeed be elevating Tim Cook to be his successor. Not because of the product rollout Cook has presided…

    Huffington Post
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    London Film Festival: Saoirse Ronan's New York love

    Saoirse Ronan hit the red carpet for the premiere of the latest Nick Hornby film adaptation 'Brooklyn'.

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  • ‘Z-Men’ Zombie Comic Book Movie Adaptation in Works

    Lionsgate is adapting the zombie comic book “Z-Men” into a horror movie. The studio will partner with Double Take, a subsidiary of videogame developer and publisher Take-Two Interactive Software. Written by Jeff McComsey, “Z-Men” is the flagship title in Double Take’s recently launched universe…

  • DGA Honors: Tyler Perry on the Films That Got Him Into the Guild

    Tyler Perry wrote and starred in the 2005 film “Diary of a Mad Black Woman,” which surprised industryites when it opened at No. 1 at the box office. Perry, whose Atlanta production center is about to expand, is being recognized for his contributions to film and television. “I have been a DGA member…

  • Golden Globes: Picking a Category is No Laughing Matter

    A number of films this season could go either way, and like it or not, gaming the odds is part of the equation this time of year.

  • Architecture & Design Film Festival Kicks Off This Week

    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...

    Curbed New York
  • Storytelling Our Way Into Science

    This past weekend, my family, like perhaps many others around the U.S. went to the movie theatre to watch Matt Damon living on and (spoiler alert!) figuring out how to get home from Mars. We all liked the movie, my eight year-old daughter most of all, full of questions during (sorry people behind…

    Huffington Post
  • Awards Go to 'Game of Thrones' Star Emilia Clarke

    "Games of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke was named by two of America's biggest men's magazines as their Woman of the Year. Mark Kelly reports. Image: HBO/Everett Collection

  • Daniel Craig inspects the UN's demining work in Cyprus

    NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Daniel Craig's globetrotting has brought him to Cyprus — but not to film any scenes as super spy James Bond.

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    Leonardo DiCaprio to Make Film About VW Scandal

    Oct. 13 -- Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way production company is joining with Paramount Pictures to make a movie about the Volkswagen AG diesel-emissions cheating scandal, according to the studio. Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel report on "Bloomberg Markets."

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  • Bridge of Spies review: Oscar bait season begins

    It’s a time that Steven Spielberg has almost exclusively called home over the past decade. Save for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (which I try to forget whenever possible), all of his movies since 2005’s Munich have opened at this time of year, with the filmmaker that nearly…

    The Verge
  • No Charlize Theron in 'Mad Max' Sequel?!

    accesshollywood2459-yahoopartner: This news just completely stalled our engines: Charlize Theron may not appear in the “Mad Max: Fury Road” sequel. Director George Miller reportedly told Digital Spy that Charlize’s Imperator Furiosa character isn’t in the follow-up story. “She’s not in the ‘Mad…

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  • How NASA and 'The Martian' Teamed Up to Inspire Students About Mars

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. ? More than 10,000 students from across the country recently participated in a digital learning network at Kennedy Space Center with NASA scientists, astronauts and cast members from the new film "The Martian."
  • 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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  • Watch Egyptian Anchor Tout Video Game Footage as Russian Attacks on ISIS

    Ahmed Moussa said scenes from a war video game demonstrated the "effectiveness" and "precision" of Russian air strikes in Syria.

    The Hollywood Reporter