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‘Stand Up to Cancer': Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy Lashes Out at All the Zodiac Signs (Video)
Will Ferrell appeared as his “Anchorman” character Ron Burgundy on the latest “Stand Up to Cancer” telethon. The one-hour special to raise money and awareness was simulcast liv...
Toronto Film Review: ‘My Old Lady’
Parental failures, lingering filial resentments and obscure French real-estate laws are placed under the microscope in veteran playwright Israel Horovitz’s debut feature, “My Old Lady.”
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Toronto: Morgan Freeman Suffers Private Jet Malfunction En Route to Premiere
The veteran star was piloting his own plane from Mississippiread more
Ben Kingsley Pleads With Imprisoned War Journalist Catherine Keener in ‘War Story’ (Exclusive Video)
In an exclusive clip from Sir Ben Kingsley‘s new film “War Story” his character desperately tries dissuading a photojournalist played by Catherine Keener from returning to a deadly w...
Mark Wahlberg’s ‘The Gambler’ Set for Awards-Season Run with December Release
Paramount Pictures has set Mark Wahlberg’s “The Gambler” for an Oscar-qualifying run with a Dec. 19 limited opening and a Jan. 1 expansion. “The Gambler,” also starring J...
Loretha Jones Exits as BET’s Head of Original Programming
Loretha Jones, the exec who steered BET’s successful move into scripted programming with such series as “The Game,” “Let’s Stay Together” and “Being Mary Jane...
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How Amy Poehler Made a 'Parks and Rec' Superfan's Wish Come True
The Make-a-Wish Foundation enlisted Leslie Knoperead more
‘Big Brother’ Surprise Proposal Shuts Down Live Feeds (Photo)
Usually when the “Big Brother” live feeds go dark, fans are left scrambling to try and figure out what's going on in the house. They then try and piece it together from snippets of con...
Sitcom Vet Barry Kemp Fields Sports Comedy Pilot for CBS (EXCLUSIVE)
Barry Kemp is back on the pilot gridiron, penning an untitled sports-themed comedy for Warner Bros. TV that has grabbed a put pilot commitment from CBS. Project, from the showrunner who steered “...
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Toronto: Opening Weekend Is Missing That Awards Season Sizzle
Only one film with built-in awards-season cachet will bow before Mondayread more
Senators Unveil Legislation to Free Broadcast Channels from Cable Bundles
The broadcast lobby is fighting a legislative effort that would allow cable customers to pick and choose which over-the-air stations they want as part of their subscriptions. Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W...
USA Sets New Debut Date for Reality Series ‘It Takes a Choir’
USA Network has finally set a new premiere date for reality “It Takes a Choir.” The series will premiere on Friday, Oct. 24 at 11 p.m. Eight all-new episodes will run through December 12. ...
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Flea and the Battle for L.A.'s Coolest Corner
"It used to be a lot more sleepy, a lot less expensive, it wasn’t hipster central — but I still really love it," the Red Hot Chili Pepper says of Silver Lake, where a new complex could threaten th...
‘Terminator’ Sequels to be Released in 2017, 2018
Paramount Pictures is amping up its rebooted “Terminator” franchise, dating two sequels to “Terminator: Genisys,” which opens July 1. The studio has dated “Terminator 2&#...
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Venice: Director Abel Ferrara Attacks IFC "Punks" Who "Don't Give a Shit About Movies"
The controversial director says his distributor is demanding a re-cut of racy 'Welcome to New York'read more
‘Terminator’ Reboot Sequels Get Release Dates
Paramount Pictures announced on Friday that “Terminator 2,” the sequel to Alan Taylor's “Terminator: Genisys” will open on May 19, 2017, while “Terminator 3” wi...
‘Skeleton Twins’ Premiere to Be Picketed Over Projectionists’ Pay
Hollywood’s awards season may have an awkward component, thanks to a dispute over projectionists’ pay at the Hollywood Arclight. Attendees at Wednesday’s premiere of Roadside Attract...
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Paramount Unveils Release Dates for 'Terminator' Sequels
Mark Wahlberg crime drama 'The Gambler' also gets a release date and could be an awards playerread more
Disney Defends Effort to Halt Deadmau5’s Mouse Ears Trademark
After recording artist Deadmau5 unleashed a Twitter broadside against The Walt Disney Co. for challenging his effort to trademark his mouse ears logo, the company responded on Friday by saying that th...
‘Stories of Our Lives’ Sheds Light on Kenya’s Gay Community
A brave new film looks to shine light on the lives of millions who have been affected by the rising tide of anti-gay sentiment on the African continent. “Stories of Our Lives,” a collection of fiv...

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