Drew Carey Offers $10,000 Reward to Catch Teens Responsible for ‘Horrendous’ Ice Bucket Challenge Prank
“Price Is Right” host Drew Carey wants to catch a group of Ohio teenagers responsible for a “horrendous” ALS Ice Bucket Challenge prank on an autistic boy, and is willing to ch...
French Movies Make Their Way Abroad in Unconventional Ways
PARIS — With a record 41 French pics playing at Toronto, Gallic movies will have the largest presence among foreign-language films at the fest. Meanwhile, Luc Besson’s blockbuster “Lucy” i...
Review: 'Doctor Who' Season 8 Episode 3, 'Robot of Sherwood,' Was So Almost Perfect
In writer Mark Gatiss's splendidly irreverent "Robot of Sherwood," Clara the companion fulfilled a childhood dream of roaming Sherwood Forest with Maid Marian, Robin Hood and their band of M...
Toronto: Director Toa Fraser on Diving Into Cultural Myths With ‘The Dead Lands’
Toa Fraser’s brutal actioner “The Dead Lands” got an unexpected Twitter boost Thursday night when a fire alarm emptied the near-capacity 1,200-seat Ryerson Theatre just minutes before the film w...
IM Global CEO: Film Financing ‘Is Not a Very Good Business’
Describing his company as an “international-facing, producing, financing, distribution and licensing studio,” IM Global founder and CEO Stuart Ford said business flexibility has been key to surviv...
Joan Rivers Fans Leave Nasty Yelp Reviews for Clinic They're Blaming Her Death On
Some Joan Rivers fans are blaming her death on the clinic where she stopped breathing during surgery on her vocal chords on Aug. 28, and are taking to the Yorkville Endoscopy's Yelp page to make ...
Tom McCarthy on Adam Sandler’s Work Ethic, Taking Departure With ‘The Cobbler’
“The Cobbler,” a fantastical film about a shoe repairman able to step into the lives of his customers, can’t be wrapped up in a box. “I don’t even know what to compare it to,” director Tom...
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Toronto: 'Artist' Director Brings Re-Cut Drama 'The Search' to Fest
Michel Hazanavicius shaved 17 minutes off the original version of his dark war drama after a negative reaction in Cannesread more
Chuck Todd Kicks Off ‘Meet the Press’ by Pressing President Obama Over Immigration
David Gregory's “Meet the Press” replacement Chuck Todd kicked off his tenure as moderator of the NBC Sunday morning news program by pressing President Barack Obama over his decision t...
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Joan Rivers' Funeral to Be Held Sunday
Rivers will reportedly get the Hollywood funeral that she wantedread more
‘How I Met Your Mother’ Fans Rejoice as Alternate Ending Lands Online (Video)
“How I Met Your Mother” ended its nine season run on CBS earlier this year with Aunt Robin becoming a stepmother after the death of the actual mother, played by Cristin Milioti. But an of...
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NYPD Investigating Joan Rivers' Death
Probe widens from the health department investigationread more
The 2014 Indiewire TIFF Bible: All the Reviews, Interviews and News Posted During Run of Festival
REVIEWS 'While We're Young' is Ben Stiller's Best Role in Years Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones Salvage Stephen Hawking Biopic 'The Theory of Everything' Adam Sandler and Jennifer Garner Struggle W...
Surprise! Lifetime's ‘Brittany Murphy Story’ Is a ‘Colossal Mess,’ ‘Atrocious,’ ‘Not Even Remotely Entertaining’
Lifetime's unauthorized “Brittany Murphy Story” is getting poisoned by critics before it even premieres on Saturday night. The low-budget biopic of the “Clueless” star'...
Helen Mirren Wanted ‘Hundred-Foot Journey’ to Be in French
If you found Helen Mirren’s use of “FrEnglish” in “The Hundred-Foot Journey” a bit bizarre, don’t blame the legendary actress. Mirren evidently wanted to play the r...
Toronto Review: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Garner Struggle With Technology in 'Men, Women & Children'
Filled with superimposed graphics to represent characters who turn to texting, tweeting and Facebook instead of engaging with their real-life problems, Jason Reitman's "Men, Women and Children&qu...
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Toronto: Dennis Lehane on Have-Nots Grabbing Pitchforks and Hollywood Movie Flops
The crime-genre writer is wary of box-office failures like Demi Moore's 'The Scarlet Letter'read more
Toronto Film Review: ‘Men, Women & Children’
"Troubled Teens & Clueless Parents" might have made a more honest title for Jason Reitman's "Men, Women & Children," a carefully diagrammed thesis movie about The Way We Live Now.
Gene Simmons Says Rock Isn't Just Dead, ‘It Was Murdered’ by File Sharing
Gene Simmons not only thinks rock music is dead, it was “murdered” by the internet and the “entitled” Americans using it to steal music. The KISS bassist, who is arguably one ...
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'Men, Women & Children': Toronto Review
Adam Sandler and Jennifer Garner star in Jason Reitman's drama about sexual frustrations in the smartphone eraread more