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Ben Affleck and Warner Bros Pictures team up to develop a movie based around the book House of Deceit, detailing the scandalous exploits of FIFA executive Chuck Blazer in one of the biggest sports scandals of all time.
In one last hurrah, Comedy Comedy will stream every episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart this summer for free online, available both on a dedicated website as well as through the Comedy Central app.
The new U.S. trailer of 'Legend' shows Tom Hardy playing two roles, portraying identical twins and London gangsters Reginald and Ronald Kray. Written and directed by Brian Helgeland, 'Legend' is based on true story.
NBC has released the debut trailer for its upcoming revival series Heroes Reborn, starring Zachary Levi and a cast of newcomers, as well as some familiar faces from the show's original four-season run.
Star Trek 3 production is underway in British Columbia, and the film's stars have reportedly renegotiated deals that will bring Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine back for the next installment in the rebooted franchise.
The video streaming giant has acquired Elvis & Nixon, which delves into the historic 1970 meeting between King and the former president. Amazon will release the film exclusively in theaters before it's made available online.
It’s the most wonderful day of the offseason for NBA fans: Draft Day. Now that the Larry O’Brien Trophy is secure in the hands of the Golden State Warriors, teams have put the 2015 season behind them and are scuttling about trying to…
Even before the thrusters spark on Season 2, Amazon Instant Video has greenlit a full third season of the streaming platform's critically-acclaimed dark comedy, Transparent. The show will be available exclusively to Prime members in 2016.
Analysts at FBR Capital Markets crunched the numbers and suggest that if Netflix viewership were measured via Nielsen ratings,based on its current data, viewership would surpass some of the largest networks