And it’s all coming from a writer and director best known for his comedy, and certainly not his horror.
The actor returns to the network for the first time since ‘Hart of Dixie’ was cancelled.
Chris McKay will get his shot at directing a big-budget live-action film, thanks to the success of his Lego outing.
Michael Hinman knows he has to fairly acknowledge the director’s Oscar nomination, but it doesn’t mean he has to like it.
J.D. Pardo will play the protagonist in ‘Mayans MC,’ and the son of Edward James Olmos’ patriarchal character.
He’ll play FEMA head Michael D. Brown, who was heavily criticized for his response to the super hurricane.
Despite reports last weekend the director had dropped out, it looks like DC has finally found its new Dark Knight helmer.
Vince Chhabria makes it clear California will have a tough road ahead of it defending a law demanding IMDb remove the ages of people listed on its website.
It’s the first regular television work for the actress since she first landed at ‘General Hospital’ in the early 1980s.
The popular show will air its first new episode in 18 years this spring on Netflix.
The Doctor Who Experience, located near where the popular BBC series films, is set to close this summer.
Jamie Chung will play Blink, a mutant we last saw in ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ in the form of Bingbing Fan.
The early renewal joins ‘Lucifer’ as part of recent Fox pickups.
Writer and producer first joined the franchise in ‘X-Men: The Last Stand.’
Eric Heisserer teases what could come if Universal Pictures moves forward with the franchise the way he envisions it.