Television-show creators base their ideas on everything from books to historical eras, but writer-director Josh Wakely uses an unusual formula: He starts by licensing entire catalogs of the world’s most valuable songs, including the Beatles.
Who wore it better: Melania Trump or Joyce Beatty?
On Thursday night at the Democratic convention, Ohio congresswoman Beatty hit the stage in a white dress that looked remarkably similar to something we saw at the Republican convention last week.
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In the ultimate Throwback Thursday, those white puffy sleeves took us right back to Melania Trump's speech.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child isn't the only Harry Potter play on the block.
Harry Potter parody Puffs, Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic just announced that the show — which is about to wrap a sold-out run at Peoples Improv Theater in New York — will move off-Broadway this fall.
This spoof, written by Matt Cox, follows Wayne Hopkins, "a boy from New Mexico who is neither brave, smart, nor a snake, [who] finds out he's a wizard," the show's site explains.
Fullscreen wants to give viewers their Olympics fix.
The digital entertainment company on Thursday announced a new docu-series about U. S. athletes called Kicking Score.
The series, which will launch on Aug. 3 (just ahead of the summer games), will follow three of the best female athletes in the world —Hope Solo, Megan Rapinoe and Crystal Dunn — off the field and on the high stakes road to Rio.
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“Through their individual stories, we’re following these woman as they make history—not only as a team on the soccer pitch, but in their fight for equal pay,” Ashley Kaplan, Fullscreen head of production, said in a staetment.