Box Office: ‘Aladdin’ Earns Amazing $7M In Thursday Previews

At the Thursday night box office, Aladdin pulled in an impressive $7 million. The solid preview earning bodes well for the Disney live-action title, which is tracking for an $80 million bow More »

‘Men in Black: International’ Tracking for $40M Debut

Men in Black is readying for its next mission at the box office.  The latest installment in Sony’s sci-fi comedy franchise, Men in Black; International,  is tracking for a $40 million debut at the More »

How ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Trailer Moves Beyond the Past (VIDEO)

 Paramount Pictures released the first trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate,  the sixth Terminator film, but one that removes the third, fourth and fifth entries from continuity and instead directly follows The Terminator More »

Box Office: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Not Likely To Catch Up To All-Time ‘Avatar’ Record, But Will Be Solidly At No. 2 Spot

Since its release on April 26, Avengers: Endgame has been going like gangbusters, save for surpassing Avatar’s all-time box office of $2.78 billion.   In spite of a massive four weeks at the box office that More »

‘The Bold And the Beautiful’ Producer, Ambassador Colleen Bell Named New California Film Commissioner

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has appointed Colleen Bell, a daytime soap opera producer turned Obama-era ambassador to Hungary, to head up the state’s film commission.  Bell is expected to step into her More »


Bobby Diamond, Boy With a Horse on the 1950s TV Series ‘Fury,’ ‘Twilight Zone’ Dies at 75

Bobby Diamond, who portrayed a young orphan opposite Peter Graves and a wild stallion on the 1950s NBC series Fury, has died. He was 75.  Diamond died May 15 of cancer at Los

Hulu Greenlights Horror Anthology Based on ‘North American Lake Monsters’

Hulu is adding another anthology to its roster.  The Disney-controlled streamer has picked up an eight-episode anthology based on author Nathan Ballingrud’s collected work of short stories, North American Lake Monsters. The

Michael Keaton Fights Back Against Trump’s Anti-Salmon Policy

 Alaskan salmon gain a powerful ally in Michael Keaton.   On a break from the New York set of his latest project — the Sara Colangelo-directed What Is Life Worth, about the

CBS Hit With Major Lawsuit Over ‘Andy Griffith Show’ Theme Song

The heirs of the two men who created The Andy Griffith Show‘s theme song are suing CBS for allegedly using the work without a license.   Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer wrote

Revival Discussions Of ‘Whiskey Cavalier’ Come To An End, The Series Will Not Return To ABC

Whiskey Cavalier won’t be coming back from the dead after all.   Creator David Hemingson tweeted that the show is “fully and finally canceled” after talks between ABC and producer Warner Bros.

Trump Orders Administration To Revoke Transgender Health Protection

The Trump administration proposed revoking Obama-era discrimination protections for transgender people in health care on Friday, a move LGBT groups fear will result in some Americans being denied needed medical treatment.  The

Ashley Judd’s Lawsuit Against Disgraced Harvey Weinstein Going Forward, “I Will See You In Court”

 Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein  may have reached a tentative $44 million settlement with some of the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, but actress Ashley Judd isn’t one of them.

‘A Quiet Place’ Sequel Sets Earlier Debut Date At Paramount

Last February, news on a sequel to “A Quite Place” gained steam,  that John Krasinski would return to write and direct the new film. The follow-up effort was initially given a release date for next

Adam Levine Leaving NBC’s ‘The Voice’ After 16 Seasons: “Time to Move On” (VIDEO)

After 16 seasons, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine will not be returning to one of the coaches chairs on NBC’s The Voice when the series returns for its 17th season this fall,

Prime Minister Theresa May Announces Her Resignation Amid Colossal Brexit Failures

British Prime Minister Theresa May choked back tears and announced her resignation Friday, remorseful and regretful about the long-awaited Brexit deal she was ultimately unable to broker.   With the whole world