Watch Hollywood Reporter's Drama Actor Roundtable on SundanceTV With Rami Malek, Cuba Gooding Jr. and More

Watch Hollywood Reporter's Drama Actor Roundtable on SundanceTV With Rami Malek, Cuba Gooding Jr. and More

THR’s Drama Actor Roundtable brings together Bobby Cannavale, Paul Giamatti, Cuba Gooding Jr., Rami Malek, Wagner Moura and Forest Whitaker; THR Roundtables air every Sunday on SundanceTV.read more
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Watch Hollywood Reporter's Drama Showrunner Roundtable on SundanceTV With Sam Esmail of 'Mr. Robot,' Marti Noxon of 'UnREAL' and More

Watch Hollywood Reporter's Drama Showrunner Roundtable on SundanceTV With Sam Esmail of 'Mr. Robot,' Marti Noxon of 'UnREAL' and More

THR’s Drama Showrunner Roundtable brings together Sam Esmail, Julian Fellowes, Nina Jacobson, Marti Noxon, John Ridley and Melissa Rosenberg; THR Roundtables air every Sunday on SundanceTV.read more
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'Making a Murderer' Creators Team With George Clooney for Scripted Drama Series

'Making a Murderer' Creators Team With George Clooney for Scripted Drama Series

‘America’s Most Admired Lawbreaker’ is based on Steven Brill’s article and is the first project to come under Clooney and Grant Heslov’s new overall deal with Sonar Entertainment.read more
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Disney Cuts Crocodile Joke From Jungle Cruise After Child's Death

Disney Cuts Crocodile Joke From Jungle Cruise After Child's Death

The one-liner — part of a Disney-approved script filled which many park fans know by heart — involves the Jungle Cruise captain warning parents to “watch your children, or the crocodiles will.”read more
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Michael Bay to Direct VR Project

Michael Bay to Direct VR Project

Michael Bay is partnering with Los Angeles–based startup The Rogue Initiative to direct and produce a “gritty, danger-close action” virtual reality project. Bay will also serve as a strategic adviser along with Interstellar producer Linda Obst. The Rogue Initiative is reportedly looking for additional investment and strategic partnerships, and is planning to distribute its projects through Sony PlayStation, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Samsung GearVR, Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu. “I’m excited about building new visual worlds for this innovative medium with them,” Bay said in a statement, and as reported by The Hollywood Reporter. Continue reading…
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We Happy Few Looks Like Bioshock, But Is a Very Different Beast

We Happy Few Looks Like Bioshock, But Is a Very Different Beast

The intro to Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few comes straight out of George Orwell’s nightmares, with people taking pills of Joy to ignore the fact that their dystopian world is so terrible. It’s an aesthetic that immediately drew comparisons to Bioshock, a franchise with a similar style and tone, but the setting is where the similarities both begin and end. Compulsion debuted the opening of We Happy Few at E3 2016 and introduced people to Arthur Hastings, an employee at City Hall’s Department of Archives, Recycling and Printing in the not-so-happy town of Wellington Wells. He proves to be a Downer, a person who refuses to take the Joy drug that prevents them from seeing how dystopic the world has become, and his escape from Wellington Wells drives a big portion of the game. Continue reading…
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WB Games President on Health of the Toys-to-Life Genre

WB Games President on Health of the Toys-to-Life Genre

As Lego Dimensions prepares for its second year of content, it enters a Toys-to-Life genre that features one less competitor with the recently announced end to production of Disney Infinity. But despite that loss, WB Games isn’t making the genre less of a priority. “We still view as a large and important category for us to participate in,” WB Games president David Haddad said in an interview with IGN. Continue reading…
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