Captain America actor Chris Evans is set to produce and star in Apple's legal thriller series Defending Jacob, based on the novel by William Landay.
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George R.R. Martin says he wanted HBO's Game of Thrones TV show to go on for 13 seasons, so he's unsure why it's already ending after season 8.
Interstellar and Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan expresses a concern with the way his films appear on TV in a letter to his fellow DGA members.
CBS CEO Les Moonves steps down without compensation after a new round of sexual misconduct allegations are brought forth against him.
Netflix removed its user reviews claiming "declining usage," but it might have been done to cover up increasingly poor ratings on original content.
Amazon is reportedly having talks with big studios like Sony and Paramount about producing original movies for its Prime Video streaming service.
Maniac and True Detective season 1 director Cary Fukunaga explains why he didn't end up directing New Line Cinema's IT adaptation in 2015.
American Horror Story's Taissa Farmiga will return in season 8, and revisit two of her prior characters, Violet (Murder House) and Zoe (Coven).
Tom Cruise-fronted sequel Top Gun: Maverick adds three names to its cast with Ed Harris, Jon Hamm, and Lewis Pullman, in undisclosed roles.
Starz announces the November season 4 premiere date for their period drama TV series Outlander, starring Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan.
Disney's live-action movie remake of its animated show Kim Possible just added two original stars - Christy Romano and Patton Oswalt - to the cast.
Germany announces plans to lift a long-standing controversial ban on Nazi imagery, such as swastikas, appearing in video games like Call of Duty.
Gal Gadot takes to Twitter in defense of a young boy's choice to wear a Wonder Woman backpack and crown to his first day of kindergarten.
CBS All Access releases the trailer for their new thriller series, Tell Me a Story, starring Paul Wesley, Danielle Campbell and Kim Cattrall.