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The promo teases Baby Houseman (Abigail Breslin) and Johnny Castle’s (Colt Prattes) first encounter and the iconic lift.
ABC has finally released the
Black Label has reached a deal with Sony Pictures to take over distribution of a pair of action-adventure films — “Granite Mountain” and
For anyone who wants to believe in the promise of Martin Luther King Jr.’s quote “the arc of the moral universe bends toward
Faye Dunaway is finally speaking out about her role in #EnvelopeGate, two months after the now-infamous 89th Academy Awards best picture gaffe.
Daytime veteran Shane Farley has been tapped to serve as executive producer of comedian Steve Harvey’s new daytime talk show. The new show,
While visiting “The Talk” on Monday, director Ron Howard spoke about his “Happy Days” co-star Erin Moran, who died on Saturday at the
In today’s roundup, Eliza Dushku is adapting a well-known book series for TV, IFC premiered for two new comedy series, and Norman Lear will
The “Pretty Little Liars” Season 7 midseason premiere saw a major boost in the ratings thanks to delayed viewing.
The episode, which aired
Heather Nauert, former news anchor on “Fox & Friends,” has been named spokesperson at the State Department.
Nauert has been on “Fox &
As the industry awaits the results of the WGA’s strike authorization vote, the real test of whether the biz should brace for labor
It’s been two days since “Happy Days” star Erin Moran was found dead in her New Salisbury, Indiana home, and her former co-star Scott Baio
Ingrid Michaelson rose to fame for having her songs on a TV show — now she’s about to get a show of her
The “Fargo” Season 3 premiere on April 19 saw enough lift in Live-3 to put it a notch above Season 2 in total
Tom Hanks’ role of a surveillance-loving CEO in the new tech thriller “The Circle” was based on tech executives like Twitter CEO Jack
One of Albert Einstein’s many accomplishments was unlocking entirely new ways of thinking: His theories about how time and space operate led to
Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3,” China, Disney-Pixar’s “Coco” and “The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales” look set to figure among highlights at June’s
When Jon Bernthal and Tom Holland were shooting “Pilgrimage” together both actors were simultaneously trying to land roles in the Marvel big and
Chris Pine is in talks to star as Scottish King Robert the Bruce in Netflix’s period drama “Outlaw King” with Ben Foster in
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Rainer Sarnet’s Estonian fantasy-drama “November” ahead of its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival
A curious thing has happened to indie movies since the year 2000. In the ’90s, practically all the heroes were hit men. Now,
Studiocanal has bought exclusive home-entertainment rights to Starz’s “American Gods” for the U.K., France and Germany. The deal with producer and global distributor
In the fashion world as in cinema, the only thing more exciting than a spectacular crash-and-burn is the ensuing comeback, and “House of
PARIS — Conecta Fiction, the new Latino TV drama co-production forum, hosted a panel at Series Mania which analyzed adaptations of scripted formats
Star-Lord and the rest of his “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” gang have their work cut out for them when the sequel opens
New Line has tapped Taissa Farmiga to star as the title character in the horror-thriller “The Nun,” opposite Demian Bichir.
“The Nun” is
When President Donald Trump speaks, people hear many different sounds: A rallying cry for blue-collar America. A dog-whistle signal for extremists. A new
PARIS – Many voters in France liken their upcoming presidential runoff to choosing between “the plague or cholera.” But within the country’s film
Karyn Smith-Forge is departing CBS TV Studios for a TV agent position with Verve Talent and Literary Agency, Variety has learned.
Smith-Forge began her