Billionaire David Ellison rethought making Transformers/Star Trek scribes Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci his own personal Bruckheimer.
It's told from the point of view of the Count's lawyer, who is now a Scotland Yard detective tracking Dracula.
We rate 26 shows' odds of survival, on a scale of Work It (as good as dead) to 2 Broke Girls (a slam dunk for coming back next season).
Fox moved it back this week; let's divvy up the blame for why February 14 was a bad time to release the Reese Witherspoon action-comedy.
The women who love Billy Blanks and Bob Harper might no longer like a pink ribbon on their DVD cases.
Movie actors now see that getting into TV isn't a step down, and so the networks' star wish lists are less unrealistic.
The pact was meant to signal the end of the movie star. Nothing got made, and now Candy Land is at Sony with Adam Sandler.
We analyze what will happen to the fading network if the heavily hyped show is a hit, a bomb, or just meh.
Here There Be Monsters sounds kinda like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but with chum.
"Won't be a better album out this year unless I put out love 5 and 6. Strait face!"
Bad release dates and marketing can break a producer's heart.
The title of the movie said "wacky," but the trailer made it seem sappy.
"For a band that makes a living selling music, it’s not at a point where it’s feasible for us.”