Tribeca Film Festival News
Aubrey Plaza and the Pistol Shrimps: Meet the Basketball Team Made Up of Actresses, Writers, Comedians, Models
The Pistol Shrimps aren't that great at basketball. Their current season has been rough, and some of the players don't even know the fundamental rules of the game. But somehow, some way, the Los Angeles recreational women's basketball team has inspired a podcast, garnered a massive online
Where to Watch 'O.J.: Made in America'
People are excited about ESPN's five-part mini-series, "O.J.: Made in America " that airs on both ABC and ESPN starting on June 11. The series not only debuted at Sundance earlier this year, but was screened in entirety at the Tribeca Film Festival a few weeks later. There's been buzz about this
Michael Douglas Recalls the Fears of Growing Up in Cold War Era
This year's Tribeca Film Festival closed with an eye-opening installation titled "The Bomb," created by Smriti Keshari and Eric Schlosser, in hopes of educating a new generation about the fears the world lived through during the Cold War. The installation, a 55-minute, 360-degree video that played
Michael Douglas Excited to Film Next 'Avengers' Movie
When all of Earth's mightiest heroes unite to fight one of the greatest villains in comic history, Thanos, the Avengers will likely be joined by an original team member. Michael Douglas , 71, spoke to ABC News this past weekend about "The Bomb," a multimedia installation at the Tribeca Film
7 Secrets About Oprah's 'Greenleaf'
"Greenleaf," the new drama series featuring Oprah Winfrey and created by Craig Wright, debuted last night at the Tribeca Film Festival. Winfrey is also an executive producer on the show that will air on her network OWN later this summer. After the pilot ran, Oprah and Wright, along with stars Keith
Tina Fey on ‘Mean Girls’ and How the Musical Will Differ
There's a 30 percent chance that the "Mean Girls" Broadway musical is already happening. Tina Fey said now that she's in between seasons of her Netflix hit "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," she's finally able to develop the musical adaptation of the 2004 film. "We're working on the musical adaptation,
Why Tina Fey Doesn't Work With Amy Poehler All the Time
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are like macaroni and cheese or peanut butter and jelly, they just work together. But that doesn't mean they want to work together all the time. Fey, 45, spoke about her friend during the Storytellers part of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and explained why they haven't
Everything You Never Knew About 'Star Trek,' Spock and Leonard Nimoy
Adam Nimoy lost his father, Leonard, right in the middle of filming what was supposed to be a celebration of " Star Trek 's" 50th anniversary and its influence on pop culture to this very day. Nimoy died at the age of 83 in February 2015 and Adam had to not only grieve, but figure out what
'Good Wife' Creator Says 'There Is a Chance' of Spinoff
" The Good Wife " may be ending after seven seasons next month, but fans could get more of the CBS political drama. Co-creator Robert King said "there is a chance" of a spinoff during a panel discussion at the Tribeca Film Festival Sunday night. "CBS seems to be very motivated. They like these
Mark Hamill Was Concerned About Luke's Role in 'The Force Awakens'
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" director J.J. Abrams told Chris Rock at the Tribeca Film Festival last week that crafting the biggest movie of 2015 was a balancing act. "I know it's derided for this, but we very consciously tried to borrow familiar beats, so the rest of the movie could sort of hang