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Samuel Goldwyn Serving ‘A Year in Champagne’ in 2015
Samuel Goldwyn Films has bought North American rights to David Kennard’s documentary “A Year in Champagne” with plans for an early spring release. Kennard’s follow-up to “A Year ...
Review: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' is Spectacular and Fun, But Rarely at the Same Time
"Guardians of the Galaxy" is a smart, funny movie at war with dumb explosions and other special effects. It also celebrates them. The genius commercial gamble of Marvel's recent superhero mo...
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Film Review: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’
If the wayward denizens of “Star Wars’” Mos Eisley Cantina rose up and demanded their own starring vehicle, it would probably look something like James Gunn's “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Review: Chris Pratt Rides Shotgun on Marvel's Charming Space Opera
Take the Dirty Dozen, subtract the Magnificent Seven, and you'll roughly get the membership of “Guardians of the Galaxy,” a surprisingly winning space-faring adventure with a group of ...
The 7 Biggest Secrets Kept By TV's Most Secretive Characters
Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with WGN America and its new series "MANHATTAN," premiering this Sunday at 9pm ET / 8pm CT.  A character with a secret can ma...
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Survey Finds Twitter Fills Movie Theater Seats
There’s a reason there’s so much chatter from Hollywood about Twitter: it sells tickets. According to a new study by Nielsen, 87% of Twitter users said their most recent decision to see a ...
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Will ‘Shakespeare in Love’ Brave Broadway?
Everybody loves the new West End adaptation of “Shakespeare in Love.” Everybody, that is, except the New York Times. The July 23 opening of “Shakespeare in Love” in London yiel...
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Sheryl Crow to Bring in Third Season of Ovation’s ‘Song by Song’
Ovation’s “Song by Song” is getting an encore this season with the addition of two more blocks of its documentary music series. The upcoming docs for the series will take a look at singer Sheryl...
‘Big Bang Theory’ Star Mayim Bialik to Host ‘Candid Camera’ Reboot
Smile, Mayim Bialik; you're going to be on “Candid Camera.” “Big Bang Theory” actress Bialik has come aboard as host of TV Land's upcoming reboot of the classic hidden...
Alamo Drafthouse Theater Warns Texas Governor Candidate: ‘We'll Kick Your Ass Out’ (Video)
A warning to all chatty power brokers/movie fans: Alamo Drafthouse plays no favorites and does no political favors. Greg Abbott, the arch-conservative Republican nominee for governor in Texas, recentl...
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Comic-Con: How Going Hollywood Paid Off for Wired Magazine
When Wired decided to go to Comic-Con six years ago, the magazine came up with an interesting way to be part of the annual fanfest without having to actually join the masses that pack the San Diego Co...
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Watch: Extended Trailer for WGN America Drama ‘Manhattan’
WGN America has released an extended trailer for the first season of its upcoming drama series “Manhattan.” Set in the 1940s, “Manhattan” follows the events of a small New Mexico town filled w...
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DDB Adds Another Mars Brand
Gum, candy and now pet food. DDB, which became a Mars roster shop in 2008 when the company acquired Wrigley and three years later added candy brands like Skittles and Starburst, is now taking on a ...
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Even Disney is Surprised by the Success of ‘Disney Infinity’
After struggling for years to launch a major video game franchise, Disney Interactive has a big hit with “Disney Infinity,” which requires physical figures based on the company’s pop...
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Germany’s Senator and France’s Wild Bunch Join Forces to Launch Distribution and Production Group
PARIS– Two European powerhouses, Germany’s Senator Entertainment and France’s Wild Bunch are joining forces to launch an independent film distribution and production group. The new ...
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Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard Promote Peace at ‘The Honorable Woman’ Premiere
As the conflict in Gaza rages in real life, SundanceTV’s timely miniseries “The Honorable Woman,” which follows an British-Israeli billionaire using her family business to promote reconciliation...
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Throwback Thursday: Elaine Stritch Was Broadway's Toughest Broad
When Noel Coward saw Stritch's 1962 Tony Award-nominated performance in his "Sail Away," the British playwright noted in his diary that she sang "so movingly that I almost cried."read more
Kiefer Sutherland Talks Potential '24' Movie and Bringing Back a 'Meaner Jack Bauer'
In all the hubbub surrounding this past season's return of "24" (as "24: Live Another Day"), it could be easy to lose sight of the show's impact on the landscape of television: It ...
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India Set for Major Box-Office Weekend at Home and Abroad
While top star Salman Khan's "Kick" is eyeing a strong holiday weekend debut in India, blockbuster "Dhoom 3" could become the country's biggest release ever in China.read more
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Comic-Con: 'Under the Dome' to Ramp Up Body Count in Back-Half of Season 2
Showrunner Neal Baer says the CBS series will also see one of its central characters get out of the dome encapsulating the town, with a plan to continue the series for three to five seasons.read more ...

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