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Netflix Inc. blasted past expectations for the fourth quarter, announcing on Wednesday that it had added nearly 7.1 million subscribers worldwide, well above its forecast additions of 5.2 million for the quarter. The news sent shares of Netflix soaring in after-hours trading Wednesday, with the
Jay D. Roth, who has led the Directors Guild of America for 22 years, will step down from his role as national executive director this spring, the union announced on Wednesday. During his tenure, Roth led the DGA through several rounds of negotiations as the entertainment industry grappled with
Extended trailer for Arrow mid-season premiere, plus CW sizzle reel The CW has released an extended trailer for the mid-season premieres of Arrow along with a sizzle reel for their full mid-season slate. Check them both out in the players below! Titled “Who Are You?” Episode 5.10 of Arrow is set to premiere Wednesday, January 25 and is officially described as follows: “Worried that Prometheus is right and he is truly a killer at heart, Oliver looks for any ray of hope and finds it in what seems to be the miraculous return of Laurel Lance (guest star Katie Cassidy).
Sony Pictures Animation reveals new details on a number of exciting big screen projects The Sony Pictures Animation campus in Culver City, California was host today to a special look ahead at what the studio has on the horizon. Read on for a film-by-film breakdown of projects like The Smurfs: The Lost Village, The Emoji Movie, The Star, Hotel Transylvania 3, the still-untitled animated Spider-Man film and Vivo, an original musical from Lin-Manuel Miranda. “We are proud of the artist-driven titles we have coming to the marketplace,” said Kristine Belson, President of Sony Pictures Animation.
This Is Us renewed for two more seasons To the delight of a massive and passionate fan base, NBC has ordered two minimum 18-episode seasons of its Tuesday night drama sensation This Is Us. The Pearson family will be spending a few more birthdays with NBC. “We all got our wish that this is a hit show,” said Jennifer Salke, President, NBC Entertainment.
The secular filmmaker Joshua Weinstein stood on a helter-skelter corner in this ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood next to shops selling conservative fashions and Internet-disabled smartphones, and pondered his recent guerrilla shoot. “The strangest casting moment, let me think about that,” the