• Bruce Springsteen‘s Broadway show run, which opens Oct. 3, has been extended 10 weeks, into February. Demand has been incredible. Tickets are selling for as much as $7,500 on the secondary market.
  • Movie theater chain stocks are declining following a dismal summer at the box office — nearly 16% decrease in revenue.
  • NBC’s Law & Order: SVU will tackle the Charlottesville riots.
  • Alexander Payne‘s Downsizing kicked off the fall festival season in Venice with rave reviews. Matt Damon and Kristen Wiig star as a husband and wife who shrink themselves in order to simplify their lives.
  • Stephan James is in talks to star in Barry Jenkins‘ adaptation of James Baldwin‘s 1974 novel If Beale Street Could Talk.
  • Prince‘s sister Tyka says the late singer’s favorite color was orange not purple.
  • Veteran film and television composer Alf Clausen has lost his longtime gig with The Simpsons.
  • Warner Bros. plans a female-centric Lord of the Flies.
  • Entertainment Weekly is publishing The Ultimate Guide to Stephen King.
  • What was that song? — Love and Hate by Michael Kiwanuka played during the final scenes of Suits this week.