The project – named after the central town in many King novels – is the duo’s first collaboration since Hulu’s ‘11.22.63.’
Viacom hopes to grow the Paramount name the same way Disney does on cable with its own branded channel.
Corin Hardy is an up-and-coming director who brought us the Irish horror ‘The Hallow’ in 2015.
Decisions on whether these pilots will become series will have to wait until spring. But at this moment, it’s really anyone’s game.
Holland Taylor will replace the Oscar-nominated actress, while ‘Moonlight’s’ Jharrel Jerome joins the cast.
But this is something that has been juggled about before, with nothing ever coming of it.
Rob Liefeld will get the help of Oscar-winning producer Graham King and Oscar-winning writer Akiva Goldsman to make this new film franchise happen.
She will play the next-door neighbor of a retired police detective taunted by a killer.
The former member of the Brat Pack will play the mother of Archie, you know, the reason for the (first) season.
The move puts the Ridley Scott film in direct competition with ‘Baywatch’ after Paramount abandoned its Terminator sequels.
FX is planning a new television series after New Line Cinema failed to get a feature film together.
Don’t confuse this with the feature film starring ‘Doctor Who’s’ Matt Smith, which will be released in February.
No, it’s not Peter Jackson tackling a J.R.R. Tolkien story. It’s James Strong tackling J.R.R. Tolkien’s actual story.
By now, fans of the popular book series should be used to it.
CBS and new showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts are seeking an actress who will play the lead in the sixth Star Trek series, a young Lt. Cmdr.