A detailed and in-depth breakdown on all the stats, numbers, trends, reps, companies and overall analysis from the 2016 Hit List Writers, Agencies, Managers and Genres, and how they stack up with the six years of Hit Lists that came before them!
All this week we’re going to be looking at our best and works picks of the year in entertainment. Yesterday we looked at the best and worst television shows from 2016, and today we’re looking at the best and worst crop of films, from the dark comedy The Lobster to various caped crusaders.
Suicide Squad director David Ayer is reteaming with Margot Robbie for Gotham City Sirens, a project that will feature some of the popular female villains from DC comics — including Robbie’s Harley Quinn.
Lionsgate is looking to add Ben Mendelsohn to the cast of Robin Hood: Origins. The Emmy-winning actor is in negotiations to step into the villainous role of the Sheriff of Nottingham opposite Taron Egerton, who is set to play the titular hero.
Disney’s experiment of standalone Star Wars movies has commenced and wastes no time by hitting light speed with its first solo pic Rogue One. Despite some clunky story problems and gratuitous fan service that could have been left out, the side saga is an entertaining film in the Lucasfilm canon that is worthy of all the hyperspace glory.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Lucy, Rufus, and Wyatt race back to revolutionary America in this week’s Timeless in an attempt to make sure Flynn doesn’t kill George Washington, only to join forces with him to capture Benedict Arnold.
Season 1, Episode 8 – As People of Earth hits the home stretch of its inaugural season, the aliens continue to experience deepening closeness with the humans they’ve been tasked to alternately infiltrate or observe.
A Captain America: Civil War star joins Margot Robbie’s Tonya Harding biopic and Netflix pulls the plug on the historical drama Marco Polo. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Unfold Agency is searching for two digital designers and Spike TV is on the hunt for a manager of communications. This plus more in today’s jobs!
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