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JLaw's Ex-Boyfriend Will Play Role of J.D. Salinger in Biopic

Yes, he has a name: Nicholas Hoult. But how many of us learned about him via the persistent stream of Jennifer Lawrence media coverage? In any case, Gothamist reports that Hoult has been cast as Catcher in the Rye author J.D. Salinger in the upcoming—and oh so cleverly named—biopic, Rebel in the Rye. » 8/31/15 9:15pm Yesterday 9:15pm

Ava DuVernay Shows Love For Straight Outta Compton 

About a week ago, Oprah tweeted at Selma director Ava DuVernay asking if she had yet seen Straight Outta Compton. DuVernay, who replied that she was curious at how her hometown would be represented, ended up watching the film during its opening weekend. She showed her praise for the N.W.A. biopic through a series of… » 8/16/15 6:15pm 8/16/15 6:15pm

Lifetime Continues to Troll Us With Unauthorized Melrose Place Movie

Faster than Dr. Kimberly Shaw could rip off her wig, Lifetime has revealed plans to cook up yet another juicy, unauthorized tell-all, and this time it’s Melrose Place. The news comes a mere two weeks after announcing The Unauthorized Beverly Hills, 90210 movie. Will you please let us catch our breath, Lifetime? » 7/02/15 1:50pm 7/02/15 1:50pm

Manson Family Is Now Getting the Lifetime Movie Treatment

Lifetime recently blessed us with the Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig-fronted Deadly Adoption and has been churning out campy, behind-the-scenes biopics like the upcoming Beverly Hills, 90210 and Full House movies, but now the network is turning its attention to something a bit darker—the Manson Family murders. The… » 7/01/15 11:00pm 7/01/15 11:00pm

A Spencer Tracy/Katharine Hepburn Biopic Is Headed to the Big Screen

Fans of the Spencer Tracy/Katharine Hepburn romance should get ready — the story of the pair's iconic love will likely be coming to a movie theater near you in the next couple years. Written by screenwriter David Rambo, the newly announced Tracy and Hepburn will follow the couple over the course of their entire… » 2/14/14 5:45pm 2/14/14 5:45pm

NBC Hopes That Hillary Clinton Will Save Network TV from Being Crappy

Broadcast network television has been hemorrhaging viewers over the last several years. The increasing popularity of complex, well-written cable dramas like Mad Men and Breaking Bad has raised the bar for TV. Networks like the perpetually-ailing NBC are slowly figuring out that they can no longer get by with a few… » 7/28/13 2:00pm 7/28/13 2:00pm