NBC wants to mess with our memories of Lloyd Dobler holding up that boombox. Nothing is sacred anymore. Nothing.
Deadline recently revealed that NBC ordered a script for a single-camera comedy sequel to “Say Anything…” The show would pick up 10 years after the events of the beloved 1989 movie. In the modern-day plot, Diane Court (played in the movie by… Continue reading NBC Orders Script For 'Say Anything' Sequel - John Cusack, Cameron Crowe Strongly Object
The newspaper groups have urged advertisers and media agencies not to rely upon the recently published IRS results in any way as they are “riddled with shocking anomalies, which defy logic and common sense”
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The fight is now in the open. Eighteen leading newspaper groups of the country have come together to… Continue reading News Update: 18 top media houses strongly condemn IRS 2013 results; seek withdrawal of survey
Aaron Sorkin has already won an Oscar for his screenplay about one tech guru — Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in ‘The Social Network’ — and now he might pen the biopic about the late Steve Jobs. Sorkin told E! Online he’s been asked to adapt Walter Isaacson’s biography of the Apple cofounder. “Sony has asked me to write the movie and it’s something I’m strongly considering,” Sorkin told… Continue reading Aaron Sorkin 'Strongly Considering' Writing Steve Jobs Movie
LONDON (Reuters Life!) – Disney’s 3D version of “Alice in Wonderland” retained its position at the top of the British box office over the weekend, easily holding off challengers like Matt Damon’s new film “Green Zone.” Director Tim Burton’s version of the classic Lewis Carroll fantasy, with Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter and Helena Bonham Carter as … Continue reading "Alice" still earning strongly at UK box office