Posted by Alex on May 23, 2017
It's Day 12 on the set of PARTY BOAT, the first Five All feature film to go into production, and though potential lightning storms threatened to chase us off the boat these past two days, the movie-making gods smiled upon us here in Georgia, as we escaped with only one mid-day downpour yesterday, and then tonight's storms arrived just minutes after we wrapped. Our incredible cast and crew weathered the conditions with the professionalism and sense of humor that have gotten us all through these past few crazy weeks of production.
Posted by Alex on January 24, 2017
We’re devastated to learn the news of the passing of Lee “Q” O'Denat, the founder of WorldStarHipHop and a great friend and partner of Five All’s. Q launched World Star in 2005, and through relentless hard work built it into one of the premiere hip-hop and urban culture websites in the world.
Posted by Alex on January 10, 2017
“World Star TV,” a 10-episode weekly series and Five All in the Fifth's first television series to hit the air, is currently in production and will debut on MTV2 on February 3 at 11 p.m. ET/PT.
Posted by Alex on October 14, 2016
Five All is teaming up with NFL star Calais Campbell, CBS Studios, and producers Eric and Kim Tannenbaum to develop "The Whole Nine," a multi-camera comedy for CBS.
Posted by Alex on September 30, 2016
Five All is teaming up with Zac Efron and Paramount Pictures to produce a film loosely based on John LeFevre's book "Straight to Hell." Efron is set to star and EP the project.
Posted by Alex on November 16, 2015
Five All in the Fifth has two new scripted comedies in development at TBS, and the timing couldn’t be better. TBS is currently undergoing a network rebrand, aiming for comedies with a "bold sensibility." Five All’s shows certainly fit the bill.
Posted by admin on February 20, 2013
In 2011, Simon & Schuster imprint Gallery Books published “My Dad Is a Bro,” from the editors of BroBible.com. Now Five All in the Fifth and BroBible have teamed with Lionsgate ("Mad Men," "Blue Mountain State") to make it into a TV show. We’re now casting Bros and their Bro-Dads to be featured on a new TV show. If your dad is a party animal and can put you and any of your friends to shame, or is just an over-the-top personality who lives it up (i.e. he got more drunk at Parents' Weekend than you did), then we want to hear about him.