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Watch: Tommy Lee Jones Gets More Than He Bargained For With Hilary Swank in Trailer for 'The Homesman'
"Three crazy women for five weeks is a lot more than I bargained for." So says Tommy Lee Jones after being saved from certain death in exchange for helping his savior, Hilary Swank, with anything she ...
Pulitzer Prize Winners Announced
Donna Tartt’s sprawling story “The Goldfinch,” which is being adapted for Hollywood by “The Hunger Games” producer Nina Jacobson, took home the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for fi...
Edward Snowden-NSA Stories Win Pulitzer for Guardian, Washington Post
Edward Snowden is in Russia, but his disclosures on Monday were honored with the highest honor in American journalism. The Washington Post and Guardian split the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service jou...
‘The Wolverine’ Wins Shorty Award for Home Entertainment Campaign
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment picked up a Shorty Award recently for Best Social Media Campaign for its work harnessing Twitter, Facebook and other digital platforms to make “The Wolverine&...
Tribeca Exclusive: Let a Famous Magician Wow You in the Trailer for 'An Honest Liar'
With a life and occupation not unlike Harry Houdini's, "The Amazing" Randi set out to shame fakers and sub-par psychics with his performances. But going beyond his bewitching story, the investigative ...
‘Mad Men’ Final Season Draws Lowest-Rated Premiere Since 2008
The final season premiere of AMC's “Mad Men” drew the lowest numbers for a premiere episode since 2008. Also read: ‘Mad Men’ Reviews: Does Its Final Season Pop or Fizzle? ...
Shailene Woodley Talks ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ at MTV Movie Awards
Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort attended Sunday night’s MTV Movie Awards to introduce a new clip from their film, “The Fault in Our Stars.” “That’s the thing about the story — it’s a c...
Bill Pullman, Tony Hale Join Kristen Stewart-Jesse Eisenberg’s ‘American Ultra’
Bill Pullman and Tony Hale have joined the cast of Lionsgate’s action-comedy “American Ultra,” starring Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart. Production began Monday in New Orleans. T...
Rory Culkin Goes Crazy With a Knife in ‘Gabriel’ (Exclusive Video)
In 2002, Kieran Culkin played a troubled young man who heads to New York City and makes trouble in “Igby Goes Down.” Now, 12 years later, his younger brother Rory is taking a similar setup...
AMC’s ‘Mad Men’ Returns to Lower Ratings Sunday
AMC’s “Mad Men” has never been a ratings juggernaut, but even by its standards it returned to modest numbers Sunday night. According to Nielsen, Sunday’s seventh-season opener ...
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Ray LaMontagne's 'Supernova' Pays Tribute to 'Drive-In Movies' (Exclusive Audio)
Exclusive release previews new album, which has been moved up to April 29 preceding 42-city summer tour.read more
Google Buys Drone Maker to Boost Internet Access from Space
Drones are the new black in the tech industry: Google has acquired Titan Aereospace, a startup whose high-altitude, solar-powered drones can provide fast Internet access to users on the ground, with a...
‘Twilight Saga's’ Booboo Stewart to Star in Indie Drama ‘Sonata’
Booboo Stewart, who co-starred in the “Twilight Saga” and plays Warpath in Fox's upcoming tentpole “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” is attached to star in the indie movie R...
Universal Says MGM’s ‘Section 6′ Suit Is Premature
Universal says that it has yet to greenlight “Section 6,” the project that is the target of a copyright infringement lawsuit filed earlier this month by MGM and “James Bond ” p...
CBS Studios International, RTI Productions Ink Option for Spanish-language ‘Dynasty’
MADRID – CBS Studios International has signed an option agreement with the Bogota and Miami-based RTI Producciones for a Spanish-language remake of the iconic Aaron Spelling-produced ‘80s soap “...
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'Fargo' Boss on Appeals of Anthology Series, Cable vs. Broadcast and a Future Beyond Season 1
Noah Hawley talks with THR about revisiting the "Minnesota nice" of the movie and how to surprise viewers in a closed-ended format.read more
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Tribeca Film Festival Announces Winners of Music Video Challenge
More than 125 clips were submitted to accompany songs by Damon Albarn, Ellie Goulding and Aloe Blacc.read more
WGA Diversity Report Finds Declines in Film, Small Gains in TV
The report analyzes employment patterns for broadcast and cable TV shows as well as movies from 2011-12, highlighting women, minority and older writers.read more
Helen Mirren Eyes Biopic ‘Trumbo’ With Bryan Cranston (EXCLUSIVE)
Helen Mirren is in talks to costar with Bryan Cranston in the biopic “Trumbo,” which is based on the life of blacklisted screenwriter, Dalton Trumbo. Jay Roach is attached to direct with M...
WGA: Women Screenwriters Losing Ground, Money to Male Counterparts
There are fewer women writing for feature films and they make less than their male counterparts, according to new figures released Monday by the Writers Guild of America West. Women accounted for just...

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