While director Ridley Scott is frantically reshooting scenes of “All the Money in the World” to erase Kevin Spacey’s performance in the film, the studio’s marketing department is doing its best to help erase Spacey’s memory with new posters. In the original campaign for the film, Spacey’s image loomed large in both the posters and […]
Sony's TriStar Pictures said it was withdrawing the film because “it would be inappropriate to celebrate a gala at this difficult time.”
“All the Money in the World” will move forward with its December release despite a sexual assault accusation involving Kevin Spacey. The film is still set to premiere at the AFI Fest on Nov. 16, according to the festival. Spacey plays oil tycoon J. Paul Getty in the Ridley Scott thriller. On Sunday, the Oscar-winning actor was accused by actor Anthony […]
Bravo has pulled the plug on “All That Glitters,” a scripted event series based on the friendship and rivalry between magazine editors Anna Wintour and Tina Brown. Sources tell Variety that producers are actively looking to find a new home for the project. Announced as a series order ahead of NBCUniversal’s upfront presentation in May,… […]
This song kills fascists.
When “Straight Outta Compton” opened in August of 2015 to over $60 million — about $20 million more than most trades predicted — a conversation sparked about the industry’s failure to properly track movies that target people of color. “You can’t track black,” Jeff Clanagan, CEO of CodeBlack Entertainment said in a 2015 Variety report…. […]
A Hollywood writers’ strike might actually happen after all. Here’s what you need to know.
In the world of “Modern Family,” nothing ever goes as planned. So expect some weird (and farcical) elements on Wednesday night’s episode, when Phil’s (Ty Burrell) dad, Frank Dunphy (Fred Willard, above), finally marries the much-younger Lorraine (Faith Prince) — Phil’s former babysitter. “It gets pretty silly,” says Willard, 77, whose portrayal of Frank snared…
All I want for Christmas is a movie of Mariah Carey’s iconic holiday song.
“Complicit” is “the fragrance for the woman who could stop all this—but won’t.”
“I am not afraid [what will happen] four years from now, I am scared for next month.”
Nothing to see here! Grammys boss Neil Portnow said in a new interview with Pitchfork published on Tuesday, February 14, that he doesn’t believe there’s a “race problem” with the Grammy Awards despite receiving major backlash following This article originally appeared on www.usmagazine.com: Grammys Boss Neil Portnow: ‘I Don’t Think There’s a Race Problem at […]