Sundance: Jennifer Lopez and Viola Davis on Hollywood Diversity, TV Careers and ‘Lila & Eve’
This year’s Sundance Film Festival closes with “Lila & Eve,” a gritty crime drama starring Jennifer Lopez and Viola Davis as two moms who lose their children to crime, and take vigilantism i...
Discover Returns to the Super Bowl for the First Time Since Card's 1986 Launch
Discover is back on the Super Bowl this year, for the first time since the credit card was launched in 1986 with its "Dawn of Discover" ad. Within the credit and debit card category, Disc...
Recording Academy Honoree Nile Rodgers Still Old School After All These Years
As the Producers and Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy prepares to honor him at its annual pre-Grammy celebration, producer-songwriter-musician Nile Rodgers is both humbled and reflective. “Li...
Sundance Review: Sebatian Silva's Tense 'Nasty Baby' is a Subversive Delight
The follow-up to Sebastián Silva’s 2013 efforts "Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus" and "Magic Magic," "Nasty Baby" follows a gay couple — Freddy (Silva) ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #77: Marielle Heller Gives Coming-Of-Age Angst a Feminine Spin in 'Diary of a Teenage Girl'
After participating in the 2012 Sundance Screenwriting Fellow and the 2012 Sundance Directing Fellow, Marielle Heller finally made her long-awaited return to Park City this year with a huge ...
First Lady Michelle Obama Offers Praise for ‘American Sniper’
Speaking at an event to boost the image of veterans in entertainment, first lady Michelle Obama offered praise to the movie “American Sniper” for its depiction of military families and ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #76: Kim Farrant is Compelled to Get to the Raw Truth in 'Strangerland'
The bulk of attention that has gone towards Kim Farrant's "Strangerland" has focused on the gritty Nicole Kidman turn at its center. But the Aussie filmmaker's rigorous cinematic methods mer...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #75: Tony Vainuku Shows Journey of Polynesian High School Footballers With 'In Football We Trust'
Despite having only a small population with a short history in the U.S., Samoans and Tongans are 28 times more likely than any other minority group to play football for the NFL. Over four years, ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #74: In 'Chuck Norris vs. Communism,' a Generation Falls in Love With Movies During the Cold War
Many of us have fond memories of parents and children gathered around the VCR to watch a rented movie on a Friday night. Before the fall of the Iron Curtain, however, Romanian families could only get ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #73: Prashant Nair Spans Continents for Indian Drama 'Umrika'
Competing in Sundance's World Cinema Dramatic Competition, Prashant Nair's "Umrika" focuses on the small Indian village of Jitvapur, where new traditions and community debates...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #72: 'Most Likely To Succeed' Questions America's Education System and Proposes an Alternative
The most oft-repeated line about America's archaic education system is to point out that the Agrarian Model (children have the summer off to help their parents work the fields) is hardly necessary or ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #71: 'Being Evel' Examines the Extreme Life Behind the Extreme Stunts of Evel Knievel
There's no combination of artifice and real danger quite like the stunt. It's purposefully over-the-top, but unless it has a certain amount of reality in it, it doesn't hold the audience's imagination...
Springboard: Meet the Breakout Star of the Sundance Hit, 'Diary of a Teenage Girl'
In her American feature film debut, "Diary of a Teenage Girl," 24-year-old British actress Bel Powley is so convincing playing a 15-year-old teenager in San Francisco in 1976 that you'll swe...
Super Bowl: 10 Famous Fans to Follow on Social Media
Gisele Bundchen, Maria Menounos, Macklemore, Sir Mix-a-Lot and more stars likely to tweet, Instagram and post status updates about the big game and the weekend of parties leading up to it.read more ...
‘Selma’ Director Ava DuVernay on Oscar Nominations: ‘We Were Not Snubbed’ (Video)
Related stories from TheWrap:'Selma' Director Ava DuVernay on Oscar Nominations: 'We Were Not Snubbed' (Video)18 New 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Images (Photos)Kristen Wiig's Bizarre Comedy 'Welcome t...
18 New ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 5 Images (Photos)
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Nearly 15,000 People Are Upset That Nascar's Super Bowl Ad Makes Fun of Being Gluten-Free
A Change.org petition with nearly 15,000 signatures is asking Nascar to ditch its Super Bowl spot. The ad features Nick Offerman, making fun of being gluten-free and, according to the pet...
Kristen Wiig’s Bizarre Comedy ‘Welcome to Me’ Releases First Trailer (Video)
Alchemy has released the first trailer for its bizarre Kristen Wiig comedy “Welcome to Me,” which the company acquired at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival when it wa...
Tatiana Maslany, Dane DeHaan to Star in Indie Drama ‘Two Lovers and a Bear’ (Exclusive)
Dane DeHaan (“Chronicle”) and Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”) are attached to star in the indie drama “Two Lovers and a Bear,” multiple individuals familiar with t...
‘Game of Thrones’ Experiment Pushes Envelope for IMAX, Industry
Movie, TV and media experts are convinced that the “Game of Thrones” run that starts this weekend in IMAX theaters has the potential to break ground and expand the TV-to-big screen pipeline wi...

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