While Ridley Scott has already picked up the Cormac McCarthy written screenplay for The Counselor — casting the likes of Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, Penelope Cruz and Michael Fassbender along the way – the seasoned director will first try his hand at television before moving ahead with another feature film. | Full Story
Jack Black is planning on making the paranormal a whole lot funnier. With the help of his production company Electric Dynamite and Shine America, they created a new web comedy show called Ghost Ghirls. Ghost Ghirls, created by Jeremy Konner, Amanada Lund and Maria Blasucci, will star Lund and Blasucci, as two female ghostbusters who try to solve paranormal mysteries with a comedic view.
“Ghost Ghirls is the funniest idea for a TV show that we’ve seen since I’ve been in the business,” says Jack Black. | Full Story
Hatfields and McCoys is a winner for the History Channel.
It’s very rare to hear The History Channel and “must watch TV” mentioned in the same sentence. However, The History Channel’s epic miniseries Hatfields and McCoys, is not the cable network’s normal everyday kind of programming.
The three-part post Civil War movie stars Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton. The film uses themes of crime, passion, vengeance, courage, and sacrifice to chronicle how America’s greatest family feud unfolds between the Hatfields and McCoys. | Full Story
In the wake of a strong decline in sales for his Rocawear clothing line, (now at a $500 million dollar loss in sales), Jay-z unveiled on his website entitled Life and Times, a 30-second TV spot Monday in which he highlights Brooklyn NY and the mountains he climbed to get to where he is today.
In the spot titled From Marcy To Barclays, Jay-Z says, ” I want to show that artists can ascend to the executive ranks. | Full Story