It's Rumor Time: Woody Allen's latest movie may never be released

Here’s what we know about Woody Allen’s A Rainy Day In New York: It’s about a middle-aged man’s affair with a much younger actress, and pretty much everybody involved in the thing now regrets it. Stars Rebecca Hall, Timothée Chalamet, Selena Gomez, and Griffin Newman have all pledged their salaries to anti-harassment…

Here's a predictably enigmatic breakdown of each episode of Matthew Weiner's The Romanoffs 

As Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men follow-up The Romanoffs inches ever closer to its October 12 premiere, Amazon Prime has tried to entice us with the wattage of its stars rather than the stories themselves: Both a teaser and a trailer offer little beyond glimpses of the cast. That changes now (sort of), as Amazon just…

Amazon revives The Expanse, proving that airplane banners really do work

Less than a week after we reported on the efforts to revive Syfy’s The Expanse, including an airplane banner that was flown above Amazon Studios’ headquarters in California, Amazon Studios has reportedly decided to revive the space drama for a fourth season. That’s according to The Hollywood Reporter, which says that…

Steven Spielberg, Javier Bardem team up for Amazon series based on old Dalton Trumbo script

According to Deadline, Amazon has picked up a four-hour miniseries called Cortes about Hernan Cortes, the Spanish conquistador who helped dismantle the Aztec Empire and won Mexico for Spain. The series comes from Steven Spielberg and Amblin Television, and though the current incarnation comes from Spielberg’s …

Amazon's Lord Of The Rings prequel might be the most expensive TV show ever made

Last fall, we reported that Amazon had acquired the rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s renowned fantasy saga, The Lord Of The Rings, a move that’s seen by many as a bid to establish its own Game Of Thrones-style ratings juggernaut. We also noted the hefty price tag, which Amazon recently confirmed was $250 million. Now, after…

Amazon is making a movie about former friends Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp

At their core, a lot of movies are about characters trying to maintain relationships with their close friends, like Captain America: Civil War, Bridesmaids, or Toy Story. But those movies rarely end with one of the friends completely and thoroughly ruining another friend’s life—although Civil War actually comes pretty…