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.
If we ever see them, the earliest will be in Fall 2018.
Less than a quarter of female characters in television and film are over the age of 40, compare to nearly 75 of male characters, according to one study.
PLUS: California deputy attorney general claims IMDb does not have First Amendment rights when it comes to publishing age information of actors.
New series could have some big names from ‘CSI’ and ‘The Vampire Diaries’ involved.
The city was chosen after the Star Wars creator failed to get deals with Chicago and San Francisco.
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.
No pilot commitment just yet, but NBC would like to see what one Emmy-nominated writer can do to recreate the 1992 thriller.
Plans are to make the house more accessible to the sitcom fans, as well as incorporate new exterior shots if there’s a Season 3 of ‘Fuller House.’
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.
The actor, who is set to have two competing films against each other in theaters next March, said he felt Star Wars was too ‘mainstream.’
Chicago turned it down, but now the Star Wars creator has his sights set on either the City of Angels, or San Francisco.
Insert Skynet joke here.