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  1. Illumination Names Peter Schube to Chief Operating Officer

    02.24 / 00:05 thewrap.com Thewrap.com - TV&Movies
    Illumination announced Thursday that it has appointed Peter Schube as Chief Operating Officer, Scott Broock as Executive Vice President of Digital Strategy and Innovation, and Latifa Ouaou as Executive Producer. Schube will work alongside the animation studio’s founder and CEO, Chris Meledandri, and oversee all core business operations. Schube was previously the COO at The Jim Henson Company. Also Read: Steve Carell's Gru Is Back in First 'Despicable Me 3' Trailer (Video) “We …
  2. Robin Thicke ‘Tampered With’ Court Order in Child Custody Case, Paula Patton Says

    02.24 / 00:05 thewrap.com Thewrap.com - TV&Movies
    Robin Thicke is seriously blurring the lines in his ongoing child custody drama, his ex-wife Paula Patton claims. In court papers filed Tuesday, Patton claims that Thicke and his lawyers “tampered with” a court order to make it seem like Thicke had a valid custody and visitation order for their son. Patton claims that Thicke used the allegedly tampered-with document to make it appear that Patton was in violation of a valid court order, and thus bring law enforcement and the…
  3. Dylan McDermott to Star in Fox Pilot ‘LA > Vegas’

    02.24 / 00:05 thewrap.com Thewrap.com - TV&Movies
    Dylan McDermott has been set as the lead in Fox’s comedy pilot “LA > Vegas.” Produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s Gary Sanchez Productions, “LA > Vegas” is set on the Friday night flight from LAX to Vegas and the returning flight on Sunday. The ensemble comedy centers on a group of underdogs trying to find their place in the world and all share the same goal: to come back a winner in the casino of life. McDermott will play Captain Dave,…
  4. IMAX Is Counting on a Big 2017 International Box Office

    02.24 / 00:05 thewrap.com Thewrap.com - TV&Movies
    IMAX reported strong fourth-quarter and full-year earnings Thursday, despite the fact that 2016’s movie landscape did not yield as many giant screen-friendly global blockbusters as the year before, when “Jurassic World,” “Furious 7” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” took the globe by storm. The company is expecting 2017 to tell a very different story. “On paper, it looks like there should be a blockbuster title in every month of the…