Disney just held its annual shareholders meeting, which is where CEO Bob Iger let loose a volley of movie announcements. Details are sparse, so we’ll just cut right to it:
- The Incredibles creator Brad Bird is actively working on the story for The Incredibles 2. This is something people have asked about for years, and while the film doesn’t have a date yet, Iger mentioning its… Continue reading Disney News: 'The Incredibles 2' & 'Cars 3' Moving Forward; 'Pirates 5' Maybe Not; 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Timeline
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Fox is moving forward with a controversial new reality series where companies must decide whether to fire an employee.
The network is finalizing a deal for four episodes of Does Someone Have To Go? In each hour, a “dysfunctional” company will task employees with deciding whether to dismiss one of their own.
If this title sounds vaguely familiar, that’s because… Continue reading Fox moving forward with job layoff reality show
From 2005 through 2010, for six seasons, actor David Krumholtz and Rob Morrow starred on CBS’ Numb3rs, which followed mathematics genius Charlie Eppes (Krumholtz) and his F.B.I. brother Don (Morrow) as they worked together solving crimes. A solid hit on Friday nights, Numb3rs will likely be best remembered as filmmaker Tony Scott’s first TV series, with his older brother Ridley, through their company Scott Free Productions.
In the wake of Tony Scott’s… Continue reading Tony Scott: ‘Numb3rs’ star David Krumholtz pens moving tribute to late producer
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A U-Haul truck pictured departing from the home once shared by Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Saturday morning could spell the end of the couple’s broken relationship.
The truck was spotted pulling out the driveway of the $ 6 million Los Angeles mansion the Twilight stars had called home.
The couple’s relationship appears not to be surviving… Continue reading Moving Truck At Robert Pattinson And Kristen Stewart’s Home
Update: That didn’t take long. TWC and Relativity Media have brought in relative newcomer Jesse Wigutow (It Runs in the Family) to write the script, while Spanish director F. Javier Gutierez (Before the Fall) will take the helm.
The idea of remaking The Crow has been kicking around Hollywood for awhile now, but the project has hit one snag after another. Rotating directors and stars were… Continue reading Update: 'The Crow' Remake Already Moving Forward Post-Lawsuit, Hires New Writer and Director