But this is something that has been juggled about before, with nothing ever coming of it.
The home entertainment industry is very close to rivaling that of the film industry – with just under $2 billion separating the two.
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The injunction would give IMDb time to fight the law while having to comply with it at the same time.
Emmy-nominated writer Eric Overmyer will replace Frank Spotnitz as the showrunner.
Whether fair or not, some fans are drawing comparisons to recent events in the United States to that of the hit Amazon show.
Thanks to streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, there are 455 original scripted programs you can check out before the year ends.
The subscription streaming service already has updated its app on both Android and iOS devices, meaning you might have the feature right now.
Stephen Root, the man who played the red stapler-loving Milton in ‘Office Space,’ has joined the Amazon series for its second season.
The director’s move comes immediately after finding out MGM was suing the creators of the 1984 film.
Earl Mac Rauch, who created Buckaroo Banzai, says the franchise is his and all MGM owns is the rights to his 1984 film starring Peter Weller.
If everyone agrees – and someone actually requests it – IMDb’s attempt to challenge a new California law would be brought into homes everywhere.
Actress and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge will bring to life the story of a security services operative going head-to-head with an assassin.
The movie database says the law violates free speech, and doesn’t actually help prevent discrimination against actors for how old they are.
Hulu will borrow a page from the Netflix playbook, offering its new Jeffrey Donovan drama ‘Shut Eye’ all at once on Dec. 7.