Brian Grazer says the deal allows the firm to retain the rights to its IP, and Ron Howard says “we look forward to bringing more viewers around the world the unique, groundbreaking programs and content.”
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“I think you are bound by the pressure of who is writing the checks,” the former CBS personality says.
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A heated battle is brewing in Hollywood for film rights to the former president and best-selling author’s upcoming novel.
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Network president Kent Alterman also looks to reboot ‘@midnight’ — possibly with a new host.
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The FX ad team behind the interactive ‘American Horror Story: Cult’ website details the marketing campaign for the anthology’s season 7 premiere.
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Melissa Rauch and Zosia Mamet star as the current and former first daughters, respectively, in a staged reading of the new comedy ‘The Secret Lunches of Chelsea & Ivanka.’
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‘The Late Show’ climbs 14 percent from the prior week, averaging nearly 2.9 million viewers.
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Woody Allen’s 1950s-set film stars Kate Winslet, Juno Temple, Justin Timberlake and James Belushi.
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Francisco Cortes, a former vice president at Fox News Latino, says he was forced by contract to stay silent as Tamara Holder came forward to accuse him of assault.
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Other high-profile releases headed to Toronto include ‘Battle of the Sexes,’ starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell, and Margot Robbie’s Tonya Harding film, ‘I, Tonya.’
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