Even in the face of an actual 3.0 earthquake, the negotiations between Writers Guild of America and The Alliance Of Motion Picture And Television Producers went on until the very last second.Read More
After two months of negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), the Writers Guild of America (WGA) has asked its 12,000 members for strike authorization.Read More
Divert your attention from Pokémon Go for a moment because there’s a new Pokémon movie coming out and it’s going to be awesome.Read More
Today, for International Women's Day, Elite Daily put their male writers in a bit of a hot seat and had them read some of the vitriolic comments that were left for some of their female colleagues.Read More
CONGRATS! Now, get out there and change the television landscape!
HBO has finally announced the recipients of their inaugural HBO Access Diversity Writers Fellowship, and while there seemed to be a bit of a clusterfudge with the application process, these talented writers broke through and ended up earning the coveted slots from a pool of 2,000 applicants!Read More
NBCUniversal Encourages Women, People of Diverse Backgrounds to Apply for Late Night Writers Workshop
Kabletown: where Kreativity Kounts.
The application period is now open for the second-annual NBCUniversal Late Night Writers Workshop, a multi-day intensive designed to cultivate new voices in the traditionally white, male late night writers’ room.Read More
I've fallen (for you) and I can't get up!
You can take your Christian Grey and shove him: No Goodbye is the new socially acceptable erotic plane-read.Read More
Dial it back a bit, boys.
Stop trying to make cigarettes look cool. Stop trying to make yourself look cool with cigarettes. It is not working. And if it is working, congratulations, you're convincing people to take up an unhealthy addiction. Also, stop taking yourself so seriously. I guess if I have one message here, it's "Stop." But definitely check out the rest of this photo series from photographer Szilvia Molnar. (via Jezebel)Read More
We've all had that feeling of nerd rage at some point in our lives, though the exact extent of this ire varies from person to person. The common denominator among these moments of displeasure is that they've always been triggered by things such as changes to a particular continuity's status quo or a company's mishandling of a beloved intellectual property. While we're entitled to our opinions, there is such a thing as going too far in expressing them. Such was the case when irate fans took to Twitter and began threatening Amazing Spider-Man writer Dan Slott over the series' final storyline in issue #700. At this point, however, calling this nerd rage is a large understatement.Read More