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'Three's Company' Could Be Made Into a Movie
New Line Cinema is reportedly negotiating for the movie rights to the hit TV sitcom.
‘Three’s Company’ Reboot May Be Coming to the Big Screen
“Three’s Company,” the iconic sitcom that made household names of John Ritter and Suzanne Somers , may be getting a reboot as a movie. According to The Hollywood Reporter , New Line Cinema is negotiating for the movie rights to the classic TV show that ran from 1977 to 1984 on ABC. “Three’s
Cher Goes to Broadway
But we're not. Fred signed up for the state. That we'll start with what looks like new life for three's company. The collapsing succumb ran for eight seasons here on ABC starting in 1977. Your diet you really remember president the words the star as John Ritter played Jack Tripper of these
Olsen Twins Joining 'Fuller House'?
Netflix executive Ted Sarandos hints at the possibility of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen joining the "Full House" spin-off series.
Ahead of the Oscars, Our Staff Picks for Political Movies
The country looks to Hollywood this Sunday for the 84th Annual Academy Awards, but Hollywood has been looking to politics for great material since its very beginning. If the GOP race isn't providing you with enough excitement, check out some of the titles on our list of the best political films to
Hulk Hogan Teaches the Craft of Wrestling
Any time pro wrestling legend Hulk Hogan's back into the ring it is a big deal obviously and he's back now with a new show. Check out the Clinton. And now I'm back there. Don't call him. Mini series don't many just as you know when the Hulk says something you do the Hollister is teaching a finer
'Angels & Demons' Latest of Many Films to Rouse Religion's Wrath
Ron Howard's New Adaptation of Dan Brown's Novel Provokes Catholic Criticism
How to Make Your Own Hollywood Movie
Oscar-winning Director and NYC Gallery Provide Inspiration, Sets and Gear -- You Bring the Idea
The fifth star of 'Sex': New York City
As in the Sex and the City TV series, Manhattan plays a starring role in the film version, which opens nationwide May 30. "There could be no better advertising campaign for New York City," says Chris Heywood of NYC & Company, the city's tourism arm. Sex and the City: The Movie promotes the city's
'The Golden Compass' Spurs Controversy
Despite the fantastical scenery, talking armor-wearing polar bears and even a swarm of flying witches, "The Golden Compass" is getting more attention not for its use of fantasy, but instead for something very real: religion. The film, now open nationwide, is based on "His Dark Materials," a trilogy