Following months of reading submissions that originated from several countries and genres, we, alongside our partners Ridley Scott, Inkshares, and Energy Entertainment, are incredibly proud to announce the third round of finalists in our inaugural Launch Pad Manuscript Competition.
Sausage Party and Preacher producers Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen are ready to add more projects on their list. Their production banner, Point Grey Pictures, has set up two comedies through Sony Pictures TV at Fox and ABC.
An adaptation of the acclaimed French graphic novel Naja written by Jean-David Morvan and illustrated by Bengal is in the works from Thunder Road Pictures, Entertainment 360, and Nickel City Productions with J.P. Davis penning the script and Cedric Nicolas-Troyan directing.
Fallout from Hayes’s shocking interview has the CIU investigating a case that pits the haves vs. the have-nots, as Hayes attempts to make amends to her mother, Jackson and Wallace. If we all just accept that this show is a soap opera instead of a serious drama, it’s kind of fun.
On Gotham, Barnes loses control of his rage while apprehending a perp and struggles to face the consequences of his actions. Meanwhile, Gordon returns to GCPD and draws a murder committed by one of Gotham’s finest.
Mission: Impossible 6 gets a release date and Producers Guild of America names James L. Brooks as the recipient of the 2017 Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
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UpTV is on the lookout for a marketing manager and AMC is seeking a director of legal and business affairs. This and more in today’s jobs!
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