|US Release Date||11/30/1978|
Four women who have children with rapper Lil Boosie are shooting a new reality TV show about their bizarre bonds.
Funnyman Thomas Lennon is to reunite with his 17 Again co-star Matthew Perry for the planned revamp of classic TV series The Odd Couple.
With a silly premise, can the Karen Gillan pull it off?
And how can we save it?
Actress Olivia Wilde has been picked to star in a new TV drama executive produced by Sir Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese.
British actor Tom Hardy has teamed up with his writer father to create a new TV drama.
Frasier star Bebe Neuwirth is returning to the small screen in a new political thriller from Homeland writer Barbara Hall.
It's related to all those nude scenes.
And who's talent is leaving potato chip crumbs on Terry's couch?
James Van Der Beek and Brooklyn Decker's new show needs to hit the ground running
|Walter Lassally||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|John Addison||Music||musical score||120781||8000001|
Preview of "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow." In Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, set in 1939 New York, reporter Polly Perkins notices that the world's scientists are disappearing. She teams up with a pilot to track down a mad scientist and foil his plot to take over the world. Directed by Kerry Conran, it stars
Preview of "Catch Me If You Can." A biopic centered around con artist and master of deception Frank W. Abagnale, who had been employed as a doctor, a lawyer, and a co-pilot for a major airline company--all before reaching his 18th birthday. Catch Me If You Can stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks,
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