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Does Marvel Studios need X-Men, Fantastic Four and Spider-Man back?

13 hours ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Thomas Roach on whether Marvel Studios needs X-Men, Fantastic Four and Spider-Man back….

One of the things Marvel fans keep asking is when are the rights for all the characters going to return to Marvel Studios? In order to save itself from bankruptcy in the 90s, Marvel sold off the movie rights to many of its properties to other film studios. Now some of their most iconic and favourite characters belong to other studios and cannot be used in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As much as everyone would enjoy seeing all these characters share the same universe and appear in films with one another, Marvel may not actually need the characters back from the other studios.

For those of you who aren’t aware X-Men, Fantastic Four and Spider-Man are currently with different studios and not associated with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and characters such as Iron Man, Thor and Captain America. »

- Thomas Roach

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‘This Is Where I Leave You’ Review: A Light, Airy Snack for Fans of Tropper’s Novel

19 September 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Editor’s note: This review was originally published on September 7, 2014 as part of our Tiff 2014 coverage. We know Judd Altman. He’s the guy in the movie that looks and acts like he has it all figured out, but who’s about to find out – quite suddenly, in fact, and by way of some sort of dramatic event that would never happen quite that way in real life – that nothing is actually as it seems. We know Judd Altman. We’ve seen Judd Altman plenty of times before. But is there anything new to this particular Judd Altman? Based on Jonathan Tropper’s novel of the same name, Shawn Levy’s This Is Where I Leave You explores what happens to Judd (Jason Bateman) after the rug is pulled, spectacularly and swiftly, out from underneath him. But Levy’s overstuffed and unfocused feature is unable to give Judd the attention he deserves – or, at »

- Kate Erbland

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NBC Developing Pub Quiz Comedy From Chris Moynihan

9 September 2014 3:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NBC is jumping on the pub quiz bandwagon. The network has handed out a script commitment to an untitled comedy from Chris Moynihan set against a weekly pub quiz, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. American Dreams alum Jonathan Prince is on board to executive produce the multicamera comedy about a group of millennials who team up once a week to compete in their local pub quiz. Moynihan (Veep, Man Up) will pen the script and executive produce the Universal Television comedy. The sale comes as pub quiz nights are popping up at bars across the country where groups from two and up compete to answer pop

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- Lesley Goldberg

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Sean Hayes Prepping Live Comedy for NBC

4 September 2014 9:46 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NBC is looking to take its success with live broadcasts and translate that into scripted comedy. The network has handed out a script order to Hospitality, a multicamera comedy that would air live every week — including live commercials, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Hospitality centers on the staff of a midtown Manhattan hotel and would air live every week with live commercials during the breaks. The comedy hails from writer Chris Moynihan (Man Up), Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner's Hazy Mills Productions banner via their overall deal at Universal Television.  The comedy marks NBC's latest attempt to DVR-proof its programming by offering live fare, which includes its

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- Lesley Goldberg

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NBC Eyeing Sitcom That Would Air Live Every Week, With Live Commercials

4 September 2014 9:40 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Was NBC merely testing the waters with The Sound of Music Live and the upcoming Peter Pan Live? Might the Peacock next pull the trigger on a live weekly sitcom?

Related Fall TV Spoilerpalooza: Exclusive Scoop and Photos From 42 Returning Favorites

Our sister site Deadline reports that NBC is developing Hospitality, a multi-camera sitcom set at a midtown Manhattan hotel and which would air live every week — with some live commercials, to boot. (Though hopefully none for Dulcolax.)

Christopher Moynihan (pictured) — a writer who’s also acted on comedies such as Man Up and According to Jim — would pen the script, »

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Made in Chelsea: New York - seriously hot yoga and more: 21 best bits

11 August 2014 8:19 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

We love Made in Chelsea and we love New York, so it was kind of a given that Made in Chelsea: New York would be right up our alley. And it was! Alright, so this opening episode was a bit 'set everything up' - with everyone talking about how brilliant New York is and all that nonsense - but that doesn't mean there weren't some more fabulous moments to enjoy. From new girl Billie causing a stir to Spencer playing baseball (oh God), we run down our 21 best moments of the week...

1. The New York-ified titles.

Totes glam.

2. Lucy's non-selfie.

We get Lucy's decision to take a photograph on board a boat as she sails into Manhattan. We don't get why there was nothing on the screen.

3. Brunch parties are a thing in New York.

Spencer and Jamie were making a right show of themselves, hooting and wailing. »

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Second City Sets Development Pact with Thruline/Tagline

20 May 2014 12:20 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Second City has set a deal with Thruline Entertainment/Tagline Pictures to develop original content with the Chicago-based theater company.

Deal calls for Thruline/Tagline to work with Second City execs on projects derived from the org’s many productions and its educational arm that offers improv and acting classes through its facilities in Chicago, Los Angeles and Toronto.

Deal also gives Second City performers an opportunity to work with managers from the Thruline side of the Beverly Hills-based management-production banner.

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“In addition to creating new projects with Tagline, this partnership allows us to offer developing talent our experience, as well as Thruline’s management expertise and resources,” said Andrew Alexander, CEO and exec producer of Second City.

Thruline — run by partners Chris Henze, Jb Roberts, Ron West and Willie Mercer — emphasized in a statement that they hope to mine “a deep reservoir of ideas and creators around which to build future development slates. »

- Variety Staff

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ABC's new fall shows: A snap judgment

13 May 2014 4:36 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Superheroes and fairy tales dominated the midseason lineup at ABC’s upfront presentation, with shows like Galavant and Marvel’s Agent Carter coming soon. “We may be a terrible network,” joked Jimmy Kimmel, “but we are a great birthday party for a 6-year-old.” But for fall, ABC stuck to the basics: broad comedies, police procedurals, and Shonda Rhimes, whom ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee described as the Charles Dickens of our generation. Her latest show, How to Get Away With Murder, isn’t exactly Great Expectations, but it might be the only new ABC series worth watching. Quick takes on the others follow below. »

- Melissa Maerz

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StudioCanal readies Elba, Fiennes films

13 May 2014 10:24 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

StudioCanal drops A-List titles on market; slate includes Bastille Day, starring Idris Elba [pictured].

At a busy buyers screening this afternoon in Cannes, StudioCanal announced their involvement on a couple of hot new market titles.

The French giant confirmed that it has boarded Luca Guadagnino’s untitled thriller inspired by French classic La Piscine, which will star Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Margot Robbie and Matthias Schoenaerts, with shoot due in Italy later this year.

Previously announced ‘big budget action film’ Bastille Day has been cast with Idris Elba and Adele Exarchopoulos and will shoot in Paris this summer from director James Watkins.

Watkins and Legend writer-director Brian Helgeland will be in Cannes later this week to talk to select buyers.

Working Title-Tom Hardy thriller Legend about the Kray twins, previously announced by Screen, is due to shoot this summer with Universal on board for a wide Us release.

Also recently announced on the slate is Tobias Lindholm title »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Actor-Writer-Director Dan Fogler on His Feature Film Directorial Debut, ‘Don Peyote’

9 May 2014 10:05 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Dan Fogler (“Kung Fu Panda,” “Hannibal,” “Man Up”) has been on the outskirts of the scene for some time now, but his new film, “Don Peyote” is pushing him into the limelight. Fogler tells the story of an unemployed stoner who becomes obsessed with 2012 doomsday theories with the help of cast mates Anne Hathaway, Jay Baruchel, and Josh Duhamel. He tells Backstage of his experience making the film. I approached making “Don Peyote” as an actor first. I wanted to make something where I could flex some creative muscle, and show more of the spectrum of my abilities. Playing a party animal/nerd is fun, but, the real message here is you have to create parts for yourself if the parts you want to play aren’t out there or coming to you. Period. And anyone can be a moviemaker, nowadays, when you have a camera in your phone. I will admit, »

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Best of the Week: Pfister and Depp Interviews, Jon Hamm Career Watch, Women Screenwriters and More

19 April 2014 11:45 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The top stories of the week from Toh! Awards: Highs and Lows of the Meaningless 2014 MTV Movie AwardsBox Office:Arthouse Audit: "Only Lovers Left Alive" Tops Trio of New Big-Name OpeningsBox Office Top Ten: "Captain America" Stays Strong to Beat "Rio 2"Friday Box Office: Sequels Beat New Entries, Faith-Based 'Heaven' Is Strong, 'Transcendence' Starts off WeakFeatures:Career Watch: As "Mad Men" Enters Its Final Season, Can Jon Hamm Rebrand Himself as a Movie Star?Memo to Women Screenwriters: Man Up!Festivals:As Tribeca Kicks Off, "A Brony Tale" Leads Some Must-See DocsCannes Lineup: Veteran Auteurs, Newcomers and Awards Hopefuls; Who Missed the Cut?Fledgling Director Gillian Greene's "Murder of a Cat" Is One to Watch at TribecaWim Wenders Sets Sail for Cannes, But Where Is "Every Thing Will Be Fine"?Interviews:"Hank and Asha": How Two Newlyweds Shot a Long-Distance Romance on Their HoneymoonKevin Spacey Q&A: "House of Cards" Wouldn't Exist Without Richard III, »

- TOH!

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Best of the Week: Pfister and Depp Interviews, Jon Hamm Career Watch, Women Screenwriters and More

19 April 2014 11:45 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The top stories of the week from Toh! Awards: Highs and Lows of the Meaningless 2014 MTV Movie AwardsBox Office:Arthouse Audit: "Only Lovers Left Alive" Tops Trio of New Big-Name OpeningsBox Office Top Ten: "Captain America" Stays Strong to Beat "Rio 2"Friday Box Office: Sequels Beat New Entries, Faith-Based 'Heaven' Is Strong, 'Transcendence' Starts off WeakFeatures:Career Watch: As "Mad Men" Enters Its Final Season, Can Jon Hamm Rebrand Himself as a Movie Star?Memo to Women Screenwriters: Man Up!Festivals:As Tribeca Kicks Off, "A Brony Tale" Leads Some Must-See DocsCannes Lineup: Veteran Auteurs, Newcomers and Awards Hopefuls; Who Missed the Cut?Fledgling Director Gillian Greene's "Murder of a Cat" Is One to Watch at TribecaWim Wenders Sets Sail for Cannes, But Where Is "Every Thing Will Be Fine"?Interviews:"Hank and Asha": How Two Newlyweds Shot a Long-Distance Romance on Their HoneymoonKevin Spacey Q&A: "House of Cards" Wouldn't Exist Without Richard III, »

- TOH!

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Sharon Gless to Co-Star in ABC's 'Saint Francis' Comedy (Exclusive)

19 March 2014 5:50 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Sharon Gless is heading to comedy. The Burn Notice and Cagney & Lacey star will co-star in ABC's multicamera comedy pilot Saint Francis opposite Michael Imperioli, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. TV Pilots 2014: The Complete Guide From Man Up's Chris Moynihan, Saint Francis centers on a gruff blue-collar, no-nonsense Long Island cop and family man, Francis (Imperioli), who butts heads with the modern liberal world when his 29-year-old sister gets pregnant out of wedlock. The patriarch of the Quinlan family, Francis is the epitome of old-fashioned values but is willing to do anything

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- Philiana Ng

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Briefs: Broadway Hooker, Macklemore Has A Tidy Bowl, And Kevin Bacon Explains The 80′s

12 March 2014 2:53 PM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Birthday shoutouts go to Aaron Eckhart (above), who is 46, James Taylor is 66, Ron Jeremy is 61, and Al Jarreau is 74.

Pretty Woman is coming to the Broadway stage.

Meet Brandon Ambrosino, Homophobes’ Favorite Gay Writer And Vox’s Newest Hire. Yes, we’re well aware of this guy. Really, Ezra Klein?

How the National Organization for Marriage Was Banished to the Basement at Cpac 2014

Anti-Gay Barilla Doesn’t Mind Profiting Off Gay-Friendly City

Jim Halterman talks to Stephen Amell about the recent Sara and Nyssa development on Arrow, and what the reaction would have been if it was two male characters.

Pastor Says Frozen is a Satanic Attempt To Make Kids Gay. Yeah … and?

Kevin Bacon explains the 80′s to Millennials.

Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the Neil Patrick Harris photoshoot for Out

Macklemore has a message: Its Time That Us Men Started Respecting To The Basin That Our Queens Sit On! »

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Man Up: here to end Britain's masculinity crisis

28 February 2014 10:00 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Not manly enough to succeed in today's cut throat world? Olivia Lee is here to 'help'

Believe it or not, there are still some men who give matte-look hair wax, sidling over to girls with a raised eyebrow, and owning their own home a swerve. You know, losers. Each week in Man Up (Wednesday, 10pm, Fox) Olivia Lee hopes to explore the nuances of masculinity in the accelerated pace of a shifting culture by nagging one of these chumps. And then giving them a makeover.

Over the course of this series, themes of unemployment, poor grooming and sloth emerge, all of which are qualities found in our first loser, Kris. Christ in a dole queue, Kris: no job in this rotten workhouse of a fiscal climate? Man Up. Floundering to find meaning in a sick society built on vanity and greed? Man Up. Council did your haircut? You know what to do, »

- Filipa Jodelka

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‘Sopranos’ Michael Imperioli Lands Title Role on ABC’s ‘Saint Francis’ Pilot

14 February 2014 5:00 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

ABC has canonized Michael Imperioli. The “Sopranos” actor will play Francis, the lead role in half-hour comedy pilot “Saint Francis.” Also read: Romany Malco Cast in Kevin Hart’s ABC Comedy Pilot Produced and written by Christopher Moynihan (“Man Up”), the project follows a blue-collar, no-nonsense, Long Island cop and family man, played by Imperioli, who butts heads with the modern, liberal world when his 29-year-old sister gets pregnant out of wedlock. Ron West and Kelly Kulchak executive produce the multi-camera comedy with Moynihan. Also read: ‘Once Upon a Time’s’ Joanna Garcia Swisher Joins ABC’s ‘Astronaut Wives Club »

- Jethro Nededog

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Michael Imperioli to Star in ABC Comedy ‘St. Francis’

14 February 2014 5:00 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Michael Imperioli has signed to star in the ABC comedy pilot “St. Francis.”

The “Sopranos” vet will play a blue-collar no-nonsense Long Island police officer who buts heads with the modern world when his 29-year-old sister gets pregnant out of wedlock.

Chris Moynihan wrote the multicamera pilot for ABC Studios and exec produces with Tagline’s Ron West and Kelly Kulchak.

Imperioli is no stranger to ABC, having starred in dramas “Life on Mars” and “Detroit 187″ for the network in recent years. He’s also the co-writer of a drama project in contention at Bravo, “High and Low,” set in 1980s Wall Street.

Moynihan created and co-starred in the ABC comedy “Man Up,” which ran during the 2011-12 season.

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- Cynthia Littleton

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Michael Imperioli to Star in ABC Comedy Pilot 'Saint Francis'

14 February 2014 3:56 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Michael Imperioli is sticking with comedy. The Sopranos alum will star in ABC's multicamera comedy pilot Saint Francis, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. TV Pilots 2014: The Complete Guide From Man Up's Chris Moynihan, Saint Francis centers on a gruff blue-collar, no-nonsense Long Island cop and family man Francis (Imperioli), who butts heads with the modern liberal world when his 29-year-old sister gets pregnant out of wedlock. The patriarch of the Quinlan family, Francis is the epitome of old-fashioned values, but is willing to do anything for the good of his family. Moynihan will write

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- Philiana Ng

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Berlin: Weinstein Company Is the Big Spender, But How Many Markets are Too Many?

10 February 2014 6:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Berlin’s 2014 European Film Market saw a late sales rally, one record claimed, a few hot sellers and even some surprises. But as one producer-distributor put it, there were “not enough good screenplays nor good directors nor buyers.”

“It’s not just that this market is so slow,” Constantin’s Martin Moszkowicz continued. “There are far too many markets in the year. Two markets should go.”

The Weinstein Co. plunked down $7 million — a Berlin record, maybe — for Benedict Cumberbatch starrer “The Imitation Game,” which FilmNation was reportedly selling strongly.

Im Global announced many major-market sales on “Labor of Love,” reteaming M. Night Shyamalan and Bruce Willis. Toymaker Mattel’s hoped-for live-action franchise “Max Steel,” another Im Global title, sold most of the world, said Im Global’s Stuart Ford.

K5 rolled out a second Willis title, the futuristic “Vice.”

Exclusive’s “Black Mass,” with Johnny Depp reattached, was one of the market’s buzziest titles. »

- John Hopewell and Patrick Frater

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ABC Picks Up Nahnatchka Khan, Chris Moynihan Comedy Pilots

27 January 2014 2:44 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ABC has added two more comedy pilots to its roster, picking up half-hours from familiar faces in Apartment 23 creator Nahnatchka Khan and Man Up's Chris Moynihan. Khan's Fresh off the Boat is based on Eddie Huang's memoir of the same name. Set in the 1990s, the single-camera comedy revolves around hip-hop-loving Eddie as he grows up in suburban Orlando, raised by an immigrant father who is obsessed with all things American and an immigrant mother who is often bewildered by white culture. With his father owning and operating an All-American Steakhouse chain, this loving

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- Lesley Goldberg

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