New Oppenheimer Trailer

The new trailer for Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer features Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer, the American physicist known as the father of the atomic bomb, in more footage. The film follows Oppenheimer's work on the Manhattan Project, America's secret nuclear weapon program during World War 2. The trailer shows tense moments leading up to the... Continue Reading →

Hollywood Writers Go on Strike

Thousands of unionized writers in Hollywood went on strike early Tuesday, effectively halting television production. High-stakes talks between the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) failed to avert the first walkout in over 15 years. The writers' union claims that in the streaming era, they are... Continue Reading →

Rings of Power Facing Copyright Lawsuit

Demetrious Polychron, a Lord of the Rings fan fiction writer, is suing the Tolkien Estate and Amazon for $250 million in copyright infringement, claiming that The Rings of Power show infringes on his work, The Fellowship of the King. Polychron claims his work is "inspired by Lord of the Rings and J.R.R. Tolkien" but is... Continue Reading →

Paramount+ Developing ‘Galaxy Quest’ TV Series

Fans of the cult classic comedy film “Galaxy Quest” have reason to rejoice, as Paramount+ and Paramount Television Studios are reportedly in the early stages of developing a television show based on the film. While details are scant, Mark Johnson, who produced the original movie, is already attached as an executive producer. This isn’t the... Continue Reading →

Paramount+ Knuckles Series Sets Cast

The live-action "Knuckles" series starring Idris Elba has finally assembled its cast, according to Variety. Alongside Elba, Adam Pally is set to star as Wade Whipple, reprising his role from the "Sonic the Hedgehog" film franchise. The series takes place between the events of "Sonic the Hedgehog 2" and "Sonic the Hedgehog 3," and will... Continue Reading →

Amazon Studios Identifies Dozen MGM Titles for Film and TV Development, Including Robocop, Stargate, Legally Blonde, and More

Amazon's $8.5 billion acquisition of MGM, one of Hollywood's most storied studios, in March 2022 was largely driven by MGM's extensive film and TV catalog, which spans nearly a century. Since the acquisition, Amazon Studios has been sifting through MGM's library to identify initial titles for film and TV development. Some of the titles that... Continue Reading →

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