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ABC Nabs Series Adaptation Of Dan Brown’s ‘Digital Fortress’ From Imagine TV

After producing the blockbusters The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s Imagine Entertainment is re-teaming with best-selling author Dan Brown to adapt another one of his books, this time for the small screen. Thriller Digital Fortress, from Imagine TV and 20th Century Fox, where the company is based, has landed at ABC with a put pilot commitment. Additionally, Imagine TV and 20th TV, the companies behind Arrested Development, have set up a…

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Broadway Review: ‘This Is Our Youth’ Starring Michael Cera

Steppenwolf’s revival of “This Is Our Youth,” Kenneth Lonergan’s 1996 play about disaffected rich kids in the Reagan era, might be re-titled (or marketed as) “These Are Your Parents.”  These post-adolescent slackers living on Manhattan’s Upper West Side in 1982 could easily have grown up to reproduce themselves as our current crop of privileged youth.  In fact, this demographic is… Read more »

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Newswire: NBC announces new Weekend Update anchor

After Seth Meyers left Weekend Update in the middle of the last season for the greener pastures of the timeslot after The Tonight Show (proving his dedication to eternally following in Jimmy Fallon’s footsteps), Saturday Night Live had to find some new people to sit behind the desk of one of its most popular recurring segments. Well, maybe not most popular, but it’s at least the most recurring. That counts for something. SNL named Cecily Strong and writer Colin Jost as his replacements, with Strong sharing the desk with Meyers for his final chunk of appearances.

The audience’s response to the new duo was a bit shaky, though, with Jost even feeling the need to say that he hopes people will like him more next season. He’ll still get that chance, but his co-anchor won’t. According to The New York Times, Cecily Strong is being …

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