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There's something of a minor "L. A. Confidential" reunion going on with the detective thriller "The Nice Guys" as Kim Basinger is set to reunite on screen with Russell Crowe in the Shane Black-directed feature.
Ryan Gosling plays a 1970s L. A. private detective who teams with an enforcer-for-hire (Crowe) to solve the case of a missing girl and the seemingly unrelated death of a porn star.
In an official press release, The CW has confirmed they have given full season orders its two hit freshman series "The Flash" and "Jane the Virgin".
"The Flash" was the most-watched series premiere ever on The CW, scoring 6.1 million viewers in Live+3 ratings, and the network's highest-rated series premiere among adults 18-49 since "The Vampire Diaries" in 2009.
Following word of a TV series based on "Big" currently in development, not to mention a failed attempt last year to adapt "The Money Pit" into an NBC series, yet another Tom Hanks comedy from the 1980s is being dusted off for a small screen reboot.
ABC has given a put pilot commitment for "Bachelor Party," a half-hour comedy anthology series loosely inspired by the 1984 film and produced by some of the key people involved in FOX's "New Girl".
The show examines relationships and the institution of marriage through the lens of three couples: one about to get married, another recently divorced and a third just falling in love.
FX's U. S. remake of Danish-Swedish hit "The Bridge" has been cancelled after two seasons. The series followed two detectives (Diane Kruger, Demian Bichir) on opposite sides of the U. S.-Mexico border dealing with the same case.
Reviews were favorable for the show, but ratings were soft and awards recognition was squat beyond a Peabody earlier this year.