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Bill O’Reilly Departure Probably Won’t Hit Fox News Finances, Analysts Say

How much of a factor will the loss of Bill O’Reilly be to the finances of Fox News Channel or its parent, 21st Century Fox? Probably not much, analysts say. FNC makes about 61% of its $2.7 billion in annual revenues from the $1.55 per subscriber that cable and satellite companies pay each month for the […]

All The World’s A Stage In This Exclusive Clip From Tribeca Film Festival Selection ‘Blame’

With Arthur Miller‘s “The Crucible” a familiar stable in high school drama departments around the country, there may be no better setting for a modern retelling of the story than, well, a high school drama department. That’s exactly what “Blame,” the first film by writer-director Quinn Shephard, looks to do, using a production of “The Crucible” as the backdrop for […]

‘Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ Trailer Confuses the Internet

SHARE TWEET 0 Tom & Jerry have been antagonizing each other since the days of World War II, so it goes without saying that, after 77 years, it’s difficult to find ways to freshen up their stories. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has decided that smashing the cat-and-mouse duo into an animated reimagining of the 1971 […]

‘Fargo’ Season 3 Premiere Review: Who’s the Dead Guy?

The season 3 premiere of Fargo doesn’t disappoint. After two acclaimed seasons, creator Noah Hawley introduces a new ensemble in an intimate and very contained season 3 premiere. Hawley, who wrote and directed the episode, focuses on a small group at the start: Emmitt and Ray Stussy (Ewan McGregor), Nikki Swango (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), and to a lesser extent, […]

Why James Gunn Isn’t Interested In Non-Marvel ROM: Spaceknight

Since James Gunn joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ve had a few opportunities to chat with him about the comic book properties he loves most outside of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie trilogy. Multiple times over the years the writer and director has expressed interest in Marvel’s Hit Monkey and Vertigo’s We3, alongside Marvel characters he’s particular […]

First Trailer for Indie ‘Menashe’ Set in Brooklyn’s Jewish Community

First Trailer for Indie ‘Menashe’ Set in Brooklyn’s Jewish Community by Alex BillingtonApril 19, 2017Source: YouTube “Think about what’s best for your son.” A24 has debuted an official trailer for the acclaimed indie drama titled Menashe, a very unique film set entirely within Brooklyn’s ultra-orthodox Jewish community. The film tells the story of a widowed […]

Netflix Promises Another True-Crime Hit With Its First Trailer For ‘The Keepers’

Who killed Sister Cathy? That’s the question on everyone’s mind in the first trailer for Netflix‘s “The Keepers,” a new documentary film about the 1969 murder of Cathy Cesnik, a nun and English teacher at Keough High School in Baltimore, Maryland. The mysterious nature of Cesnik’s death — and the institutional corruption that led to her tragic […]

Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in May 2017

SHARE TWEET 0 Along with their “New to Netflix” for May 2017, the streaming service has announced what’s leaving next month. Thankfully, the damage is minimal. In May, Netflix will be losing the Jurassic Park trilogy, To Catch a Thief, all nine seasons of Scrubs, Grosse Point Blank, What About Bob?, seasons 7 – 10 […]

Judd Apatow Plans Comedy Book Sequel ‘Sicker In The Head’

Judd Apatow is planning a follow-up to his best-selling Sick in the Head book of conversations with comedians. The new book, Sicker in the Head, will include chats with Kevin Hart, Norman Lear and Whitney Cummings, says publisher Random House. No publication date was announced. The first book was published last year, and included interviews […]

David Milch Has Turned In His ‘Deadwood’ Script To HBO

The last time we checked in on the long-gestating “Deadwood” sequel, there was plenty of smoke without any fire. HBO boss Casey Bloys shared during the 2017 Television Critics Association that showrunner David Milch was hard at work on the script for a movie sequel, albeit one that nobody at the network had seen. “When it’s ready we will take a […]