Zoë Kravitz takes her turn on the tables as Rob in the gender-flipped TV adaptation of the beloved novel and film.
Zoë Kravitz plays a female record store owner in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
The move comes as Disney now owns a majority stake in the streaming service.
Disney’s update of the hit 2000 movie has found its lead as it prepares for a 2019 rollout.
Allison and Clint step into the ring for the first time with two veteran fans.
The original film’s star took to Twitter to voice his displeasure with the recent announcement.
The show is reportedly destined for the company’s forthcoming streaming service.
Do the music tastes of two little people amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world?
This could spell doom for Neil Young’s struggling, high-quality music service.
Maybe every generation needs its own Alvy Singer or Rob Gordon.
When characters in movies … you get it.
Because we can’t resist a good top-five list either.