Network greenlights six episodes of the untitled autobiographical sitcom
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Co-writer Andrew J. Cohen will make his directorial debut on the comedy
Chernin Entertainment is producing the film, which is being directed by Jake Szymanski
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Seth Rogen’s “Knocked Up” director thinks the terrorists’ “plan to suppress it will ultimately backfire,” because there is more public interest in the comedy than...
The “Top Five” star delivers an assessment of racial politics in entertainment, while addressing the “slave state in L.A.” for Mexicans
When asked if it was involved, a spokesman for the communist country’s government replied, “Wait and see”
Ol’ Rubber Face is back, as Carrey and Daniels embark on another cross-country road trip, this time with Rob Riggle, Kathleen Turner and Laurie Holden
Untitled project will be inspired by “Neighbors” actor’s stand-up routine and personal relationships
Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber have closed deals to adapt “The Disaster Artist”
The former “Saturday Night Live” writer and comedian reminded his audience that the “Cosby Show” patriarch has been accused of sexual assault
Rogen’s heroes including Sarah Silverman, Bill Burr, Judd Apatow and Joseph Gordon-Levitt “get young people’s heads out of their asses and aware of Alzheimer’s” at...
Jake Schreier is directing Fox 2000’s coming-of-age movie, which stars Nat Wolff and Cara Delevinge
“The Heat” director promises a fresh start for the franchise, which he hopes will end “the question of whether women can be funny”
Andrew Mogel, Jarrad Paul, and Nick Stoller will executive produce “The Grinder”
Josh Gad and Peter Dinklage will also voice characters in Sony’s animated adaptation of the popular video game
Writer-director talks to TheWrap about the “Magic Mike” follow-up and his coming-of-age comedy “Red Oaks”
Brian Jett is directing the film, which is being produced by Stephanie Marin of El Camino Entertainment
“Today, we remind the world that the Golden State is the home of the silver screen,” he says
The state increases its program to $330 million after losing almost $9.6 billion to runaway productions
Modestly budgeted “Fault in Our Stars,” “Purge: Anarchy,” and “Neighbors” brought big-time returns. Here’s how the grosses and budgets of summer’s biggest movies compare
A look at why raunch and laughs have been a potent 1-2 punch at the summer box office
Paramount acquired Justin Malen’s red-hot spec in June 2011, but recently put the project in turnaround
“It got to the point where I was caring less about the work and waiting more for the weekend where I couldn’t wait to go...
The R-rated Cameron Diaz-Jason Segel comedy opens to a limp $15 million
The “Neighbors” antagonist joins the survivalist in the NBC series premiere of “Running Wild With Bear Grylls”
The “Neighbors” star took a shot at the Supreme Court ruling that Hobby Lobby didn’t have to provide birth control to its employees