PLUS: California deputy attorney general claims IMDb does not have First Amendment rights when it comes to publishing age information of actors.
Beverly Hills 90210
New series could have some big names from ‘CSI’ and ‘The Vampire Diaries’ involved.
IMDb is challenging a law that would require it remove ages of actors from its website.
The injunction would give IMDb time to fight the law while having to comply with it at the same time.
The reboot would include an all-new cast, and is being developed by three women behind the success of The CW’s ‘Jane the Virgin.’
The Oscar-winning actress will take part in a limited series based on a best-selling book by Maria Semple.
The former member of the Brat Pack will play the mother of Archie, you know, the reason for the (first) season.
IMDb could be forced to show early on that it’s highly likely California violated the U.S. Constitution passing a law requiring it to remove ages from its database.
If everyone agrees – and someone actually requests it – IMDb’s attempt to challenge a new California law would be brought into homes everywhere.
The movie database says the law violates free speech, and doesn’t actually help prevent discrimination against actors for how old they are.
Already delayed several months and still without a cast, ‘Discovery’ has now lost its high-profile showrunner, ‘Pushing Daisies’ creator Bryan Fuller.