"Heather" screenwriter Daniel Waters dishes about the influential teen thriller as it turns 30.
Alec Baldwin, Jamie Dornan and Christian Slater will star in UCP’s forthcoming adaptation of the podcast “Dr. Death.” The adaptation will be penned by “Happy!” showrunner Patrick Macmanus. The project is currently being shopped by UCP. Here is the official description of the series from UCP: “Dr. Death” is based on the true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a rising star in the Dallas medical community. Young, charismatic and ostensibly brilliant, Dr. Duntsch was building a flourishing neurosurgery practice when everything suddenly changed. Patients entered his operating room for complex but routine spinal surgeries and left permanently maimed or dead. As victims piled up, two fellow surgeons and a young assistant district attorney set out to stop him. “Dr. Death” explores the twisted mind of a sociopath and the gross negligence of the system designed to protect the most defenseless among us. Also Read: Universal Cable Productions to Adapt 'Dr. Death' Podcast for TV Dornan will play the title character of Dr. Duntsch. Baldwin will play the neurosurgeon Robert Henderson, described as “quiet, deliberative and methodical, Robert believes wholeheartedly both in the system in which he rose through the ranks and that anything worth doing shouldn’t be rushed. It should...Read original story Alec Baldwin, Jamie Dornan and Christian Slater to Star in UCP’s ‘Dr Death’ Adaptation At TheWrap
"The Wife" star Christian Slater shares memories from the making of "The Legend of Billie Jean," "Heathers," "Pump Up the Volume," "True Romance," and "Interview with a Vampire."
On Friday morning, the disgraced movie mogul was paraded out of an NYPD precinct in cuffs on his way to his arraignment as the media snapped away. We look at perp walks — or walks of shame — and some of the other celebrities, including Russell Crowe and Johnny Depp, who have done them on the streets of NYC.
Heathers is coming to TV. That's right, the 1988 cult classic film starring Christian Slater and Winona Ryder is getting rebooted for television.
Christian Slater and his wife sponsored an hour of pet adoptions at Best Friends Animal Society over the weekend.
On Keri Russell’s hit show The Americans, she’s often asked to wear disguises. One disguise she refused to wear was one that made her look too much like the role that made her famous: Felicity. Not the short-haired Felicity; the big, curly-puffy-hair Felicity. On Live with Kelly, Russell gave her reasons for turning the disguise down.
The 2017 Golden Globes television nominees include a litany of small-screen veterans, some of which have been at it since they were fresh-faced kids. Winona Ryder made her debut at 15 years old in the film Lucas, and 32 years later, she hopes to bring home the Globe for Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama for playing bereaved mother Joyce Byers in Netflix’s Stranger Things. Christian Slater has brought home a second nomination for his supporting role in Mr. Robot.
Celebrities are not only showing up to star in high-profile get-out-the-vote videos and concerts, but they’re also voting — early! Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Lil Jon, Janelle Monáe, Christian Slater, and Minka Kelly are just a few of the celebs who’ve taken to social media to share info about themselves performing their civic duty and urging fans to do so as well.
Every year, for maybe the past decade, someone comes out with a profile on Lindsay Lohan, asking the question: Can she finally make a comeback? Why is it so many other stars are able to bounce back from scandal and make the world love them again, but Lohan can’t?
Christian Slater is facing a $20 million lawsuit filed by his father who claims his son “ruined” his career by alleging that he suffered from mental health issues.
Fresh off their big wins at the Golden Globes, the cast and creator of USA’s Mr. Robot were on hand at the Television Critics Association press tour to offer a tiny peek at Season 2… and some friendly advice about changing your passwords.
It was the mask that did it. Before donning the plastic Monopoly man-esque visage that serves as the signature symbol for rebel hacker outfit FSociety (as in F–k Society), Mr. Robot star Christian Slater had only a vague inkling that his latest TV venture might prove to be something special. Certainly, the fact that Mr. ...
By Anthony D'Alessandro The following article contains spoilers from the first season of Mr. Robot At today’s PaleyFest New York panel for USA’s Mr. Robot, creator Sam Esmail and the series’ cast kept the security on season 2 spoilers tighter than any of the E-Corp servers that were hacked during season one. Of the season 2 bits whispered by the panel, Portia Doubleday who plays childhood friend Angela to hacker Elliot Anderson (Rami Malek), tipped “I heard it’s pretty dark, the second season.” While Esmail has mentioned before that Mr. Robot was originally hatched as a screenplay, he said that season one of the TV series equates to the first 30 minutes of the script.