Yesterday’s announcement about a “Jem and the Holograms” movie is giving us a lot of feelings, not all of them good. Yesterday, in a cute viral video, “G.I. Joe” director Jon M. Chu, horror movie producer Jason Blum (of Blumhouse Productions), and Bieber believer Scooter Braun took to YouTube to announce their new project and call for video auditions.
Chu described it as “a modern-day, live… Continue reading It's Truly Outrageous That 'Jem' Creator Christy Marx Isn't Involved in the Movie
HBO’s freshman dramedy Looking, about three gay best friends in San Francisco, wrapped up its first season tonight with some break-ups and hook ups. EW talked to the series creator Michael Lannan about all the drama as well as plans for the recently announced season two.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: The big twist was that Kevin and Patrick hooked up. Did you always plan for that to happen?MICHAEL LANNAN: I… Continue reading ‘Looking’: Creator Michael Lannan on the finale and plans for season two
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John Henson, the 48-year-old son of late Muppets genius Jim Henson, died of a “sudden massive heart attack” on Friday.
Henson’s death was confirmed by The Jim Henson Company on Saturday, which posted the news of his passing to the company’s official Facebook page.
Henson, like his father, Jim, and mother, Jane, was a puppeteer. His credits include work on “The… Continue reading John Henson Dead: Son of Muppets Creator Jim Henson Dies of 'Massive Sudden' Heart Attack at 48
CBS is giving Happy Endings creator David Caspe his second pilot order of the season: The network has issued a thumbs-up to Cuz-Bros, a comedy that he created with fellow Happy producer Erik Sommers. The multi-camera pilot, which will be written and executive produced by the pair, chronicles the exploits of a successful lady killer whose perfect life is thrown out of whack when his “mess of a cousin”… Continue reading CBS orders comedy pilot from ‘Happy Endings’ creator David Caspe
“Suburgatory” creator Emily Kapnek has landed a new comedy pilot at ABC, this one centering on a character who’s more Dalia than Tessa.
Kapnek’s new project is called “Selfie,” and it’s a take on “My Fair Lady,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. It focuses on a self-centered young woman who becomes Internet-infamous and asks a marketing expert at her company to help fix