On the eve of the Golden Globes last year, there were already definitive battle lines drawn between “The Social Network” (a Sony release) and “The King’s Speech” (which was distributed by The Weinstein Company). The knock-down-drag-out clash between the two films is still going on — just this week, “Social Network” producer Scott Rudin said the Best Picture-winning “King’s Speech” was “less complex” than his 2010 Oscar also-ran — but… Continue reading 'The Artist' Gets Unexpected Love From Sony
The “Work It” era is coming to an end at ABC.
The network sent a notice late Friday (Jan. 13) that it’s pulling the low-rated, savagely reviewed sitcom after just two episodes. Tuesday’s show drew 4.9 million viewers and a paltry 1.5 rating among adults 18-49.
So, that means “Cougar Town” is on its way back in the next week or two, right? Well, not immediately –… Continue reading 'Work It' gets laid off ... but no 'Cougar Town' quite yet
Apparently Twentieth Century Fox is pretty high on “Chronicle.” The studio has director Josh Trank at the top of its list to reboot the comic book franchise, which was last seen onscreen in 2007.
Trank, who turns 27 on Feb. 19, makes his feature debut earlier that month with “Chronicle,” a found-footage superhero movie that has seen its profile grow since its trailer debuted late in 2011.
That’s good news for Trank… Continue reading 'Fantastic Four' Gets 'Chronicle' Director
A provocative fragrance needs a provocative model, so Lindsay Lohan seemed just right for the job as the face of FCUK Friction. The actress — who’s had her own share of troubles in the past couple of years — appears on boxes and in advertisements for the mischievous, sensual fragrance, available for both men and women.
Lohan holds tight to… Continue reading Lindsay Lohan Gets Sexy in New Fragrance Ad Campaign