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Disney’s Synchronized-Swimming Comedy Will Be Hard-pressed to Match This
See the 'SNL' skit that's arguably the progenitor of the buffoons-playing-unlikely-sports genre.
Mark Ruffalo and Amy Adams to Grouse in Noah Baumbach's Latest
Plus, Sigourney Weaver makes the long-dreaded move to Lifetime Original Movie territory.
Seth McFarlane Will Continue Making ‘Family Guy’ Until Our Children's Children Walk the Earth
Plus: Patty and Selma rejoice! Here comes a 'McGuyver' movie!
Philip Roth Joins Scott Rudin's Collection
Plus industry news on John Patrick Shanley's new musical, Tucker Max's new movie, and Sharpay's 'Teen Witch' remake.
Scott Rudin to Make Movie Out of Book
Up-and-coming playwright Liz Meriwether will write the screenplay for Rudolph Delson's ‘Maynard & Jennica’.
Miramax, Rudin Living the ‘Lush Life’ With Richard Price
Plus industry news on Sam Raimi's new TV show.
Scott Rudin Gets in the Josh Ferris Business
Plus: Leonardo DiCaprio as an ex-cop?
How Did ‘No Country for Old Men’ Win the Big Prize?
Its much-debated ending may have been the key.
The Coens Will Translate Michael Chabon's ‘Yiddish’ for Rudin
Plus industry news on Avril Lavigne, Matthew Broderick, and Thomas Jane.
‘There Will Be Blood’ Wins L.A. Film Critics; Which New York Wave Director Will Sweep the NYFCA?
The Coens or Julian Schnabel?
Charlize Theron Makes Anti-Capitalist Agitation Hot Again
Plus industry news on David Duchovny, Scott Rudin, and A Thousand Splendid Suns.
Leonardo DiCaprio Goes Roman; Ryan Phillippe Goes Viking
Plus industry news on Ryan Phillippe, Gael Garcia Bernal, and Jean Valjean.
Once They Think Up a Story and Some Characters, ‘Dangerous Book for Boys’ Coming to the Big Screen
Plus industry news on Jay Roach, Vincent Van Gogh, and Idol: The Musical.
Justin Cronin's Vampire Trilogy Sold to Hollywood for $1.75 Million?
The whole story of a mid-list novelist's big break.
The Rain in Spain Falls Mainly on Claire Danes
Plus industry news on Zac Efron, Bill Clinton, James Bond, and the Wu-Tang Clan.
Jim Carrey, Gay and in Prison
Can ‘The Women’ Finally Make it to the Screen?
Misleading Critical Blurbs Soon to Be a Crime in England