Tyra Banks is in Atlanta now shooting a sequel to her 2000 film “Life Size” where she plays a Barbie-like doll who comes to life.
The 70th-anniversary celebration of “Murder in Coweta County” began Tuesday night with a screening of the film and short interview with the movie’s producer, Dick Atkins.
Throughout the United States, more and more universities are offering funded varsity esports programs.
When New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on July 3 signed film and TV tax credit legislation that would allocate up to $85 million per year over the next five years to projects in the state, he pledged that the move would allow the state to “regain a competitive footing.”
At the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Award nominations ceremony, the Television Academy announced that Hulu and its content creators received a total of 27 Emmy Award nominations.
The Sundance Film Festival has grown at a record pace over the past three years, with year-on-year increases in attendance, wages, jobs created, tax revenue and economic impact for Utah.
It’s been four weeks since the death of “Thumbs Up” Mike Gentry in Harrisburg, and the site of his memorial hasn’t changed – neither have the faint sounds of police sirens.
“How long will Atlanta’s retail boom last?” That is the multibillion-dollar question everyone in the market is asking themselves. Nobody knows for sure, although there are many valid reasons to think that Atlanta will sustain its growth through 2018 and beyond.
Asura, a fantasy epic based on Buddhist mythology touted as the most expensive Chinese film ever made, has been pulled from theaters after a dismal opening weekend.