'Sibs' Delves into the Question of Career vs. Family
Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress -- at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the c...
Review: 'Parks and Recreation' Season 7 Damages One Legacy to Elevate Another
"Parks and Recreation" was never really about politics. Of course, the Michael Schur- and Greg Daniels-created comedy would dip its toe in the game from time to time — memorably lambasting...
Emmy Comedy Clarification: TV Academy Says Rule Changes "Just a Start"
"These are not hard-and-fast rules," chief Bruce Rosenblum tells THR as networks plan to challenge new edicts defining a comedy as a half-hour.read more
Review: 'Justified' Season 6, Episode 6, 'Alive Day': Way Down In The Hole
PREVIOUSLY: Review: 'Justified' Season 6, Episode 5, 'Sounding': Everyone Gets Electrocuted There's been a lot of talk of coal mining over the years on "Justified," which makes perfec...
‘Agent Carter’ Finale Postmortem: Producers Talk Surprise Cameo, What’s Next for Peggy
Spoiler Warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen the “Agent Carter” season one finale, titled “Valediction” “Agent Carter” ended its first season with an emotional gut-punc...
Jon Stewart on Bill O'Reilly Scandal: No One Watches Him "For the Actual Truth"
The 'O'Reilly Factor' host is facing allegations that he exaggerated accounts of his reporting during the Falkland Islands war.read more
‘Power/Rangers’ Bootleg Director Says He Is Being ‘Harassed’ by Creator of Original Series (Video)
Joseph Khan is not putting up with bullying no matter who it’s from. The music video director who posted a 14-minute “Power Rangers” take-off — his fourth “Bootleg Univer...
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams Attend Court for First Day of ‘Blurred Lines’ Copyright Trial
The highly-anticipated “Blurred Lines” copyright trial got underway Tuesday in a downtown Los Angeles federal courtroom, and the proceedings lived up to expectations. Superstar musicians ...
24 Hours in Advertising: Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015
Here's everything you need to know about the last 24 hours in advertising, in case you blinked. Buzzing on Adweek: Hello Flo returns with new moms in mind After two huge viral videos, Hello F...
Oscar de la Renta, L’Wren Scott: Red Carpet Stars Who Won’t Be Forgotten
Looking back over the awards season that ended with the Oscars Feb. 22, the red carpet was a little less luminous owing to the loss of two of fashion’s brightest lights: designers Oscar de la Renta ...
TV Review: ‘Parks and Recreation’ Ends on a High Note (SPOILERS)
NBC's comedy signs off after seven seasons with happy endings and one major lingering question.
‘Parks and Recreation’ Series Finale Looks Decades Ahead Into Future
Spoiler Alert: Do not read on if you haven’t watched Tuesday’s series finale episode, “One Last Ride.” In keeping with the indomitable spirit of Leslie Knope, the series finale...
‘Parks & Recreation’ Finale: Mike Schur on ‘Sopranos’ Inspirations, Easter Eggs and the White House Question
Showrunner Mike Schur talks about bringing NBC's beloved comedy to a close after seven seasons.
'Parks and Recreation' Finale Postmortem: Mike Schur on How 'Friends' Influenced Leslie's Fate
The showrunner behind NBC's cult comedy talks with THR about what didn't make the cut and more.read more
‘American Sniper’ Trial: Gunman Found Guilty in Murder of Chris Kyle
A Texas jury found Eddie Ray Routh guilty in the murder of “American Sniper” subject Chris Kyle on Tuesday night. Routh, 27, a former Marine, was on trial for killing Kyle and his friend...
'American Sniper' Murder Trial: Jury Finds Defendant Guilty
Chris Kyle and a friend were shot and killed at a Texas gun range in February 2013.read more
Brandon Routh and China’s Zhang YuQi to Get ‘Lost in the Pacific’
“Superman Returns”-star Brandon Routh plays opposite China’s Zhang YuQi in multinational sci-fi thriller “Lost In The Pacific”
‘Lives of the Saints’ Theater Review: ‘Venus in Fur’ Author Delivers Cheap Laughs and Low-Key Whimsy
The title “Lives of the Saints” promises so much: kinky medieval torture, bizarre eating disorders, blood spurting from the hands and feet at key moments. None of these things are touched on in th...
Off Broadway Review: ‘Lives of the Saints’ by David Ives
In “Lives of the Saints,” David Ives has gone from Venus in Furs to Polish Church Ladies in Housedresses. Those dear old things show up in the title piece, which ends this evening of one-a...
Film Review: ‘Across the Sea’
Low-key first feature for Esra Saydam and Nisan Dag — like their heroine, U.S.-based Turkish expats — is ultimately rewarding in its climactic confrontations and attractive packaging.

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