Paramount’s all-new live-action reboot emerges as a dazzling logistical display with a missing file where the human interest might once have been stored.
While news of a new season of HBO’s singular crime drama might be exciting, it also serves as a reminder that collaboration is key to making great TV.
Today, all indications suggest the question is no longer if the studios will permit first-run home viewing, but when and how. Independent film must prepare for that now.
Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) singled out PBS’ “Independent Lens” docs “The New Black,” “Baby Mama High” and “Kumu Hina” as not appropriate for funding.
The studio chairman introduces Sony’s slate, including “Dark Tower” and “Spider-Man,” as he’s tasked with reversing the studio’s fortunes. He knows his job is on the line.