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Barclays Center vs. Madison Square Garden: New York's Latest Rivalry Heats Up
Now that MSG is back in business, the rivalry between Manhattan's premier arena space and Brooklyn's upstart concert venue is getting hotter by the New York minute.read more
‘A Haunted House 2′ Conjures Up Improvisation
Marlon Wayans loves comedy. And in his new movie, “A Haunted House 2,” his physical comedy knows no bounds. Prior to the Wednesday premiere screening of the pic, Wayans told the packed Re...
Kobe Bryant Documentary In the Works at Showtime
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is the subject of a new documentary called “Kobe Bryant’s Muse,” which will air this fall on Showtime. The project, directed by Gotham Chopra, is ...
Box Office: ‘Heaven Is for Real’ Amasses $3.7 Mil on Wednesday
Audiences congregated Wednesday for Sony’s faith-based film “Heaven Is for Real,” which kicked off the Easter weekend with an opening day gross of $3.7 million from 2,417 locations. ...
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Kobe Bryant Documentary Headed to Showtime
The feature-length documentary, airing this fall, will focus mainly on the Los Angeles Lakers' star's basketball career.read more
Ryan Reynolds, Mireille Enos Search for Their Kidnapped Daughter in ‘Captives’ Trailer (Video)
Ryan Reynolds and “The Killing” star Mireille Enos play two desperate parents searching for their daughter while being monitored by the kidnappers in the first trailer for “Captives...
Chelsea Handler Addresses CBS Talks: ‘I Would Never Be on a Regular Network’ (Video)
Chelsea Handler shut down reports that she would host a late-night show on CBS. “I would never go to CBS. I'm not, my mouth? What would they do with me there?” Handler told Ellen DeGen...
Robin Williams Morphs Into ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ in Vintage ‘Today’ Interview (Video)
“Mrs. Doubtfire” will cook and clean again at some point in the future, so NBC's “Today” celebrated “Throwback Thursday” by showing viewers a vintage interview ...
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Time is Illmatic: Tribeca Review
Nas remembers the birth of his extraordinary hip-hop career.read more
Heroines of Cinema: Mimi Leder and the Impossible Standard for Women Directors in Hollywood
If you were a Hollywood studio, who would you hire to direct your $170 million action tentpole? A director with two blockbuster action hits to their name, or the team behind the commercial flop “Wel...
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Chris Pine in Talks to Star in Disney Coast Guard Drama (Exclusive)
Craig Gillespie is in talks to direct "The Finest Hours," based on the true story about two oil tankers caught in a storm.read more
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #51: Hans Petter Moland Had 'Fun' in the Cold with 'In Order of Disappearance'
Norway-born Hans Petter Moland is probably best known for his extensive work with Stellan Skarsgard, from films like "Aberdeen" to "A Somewhat Gentle Man." The two are working together again for "In O...
Ratings: ‘Survivor’ Hits Low, But Still Tops Night
CBS’ “Survivor” tied a low on Wednesday, but was still the top-rated show of the night. Fox topped the ratings overall on a night loaded with repeats. Fox led in the key 18-49 demogr...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #50: Nick Fenton and Peter Strickland Capture 'Björk: Biophilia Live'
Icelandic and visually striking Björk performs with innovative visuals by designers from around the world, and Nick Fenton and Peter Strickland have captured her presence on-screen. While this i...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #49: Marshall Curry Follows Baltimore Native to Libyan Battlefields in 'Point and Shoot'
Documentary artist Marshall Curry has been producing documentaries both feature-length and for TV since 2005. His latest project "Point and Shoot" tells the story of Matthew VanDyke, a young Baltimore...
‘Workaholics’ Vet Seth Rogen and Zac Efron as Potential Cubicle Mates (Video)
The stars of Comedy Central's “Workaholics” are looking for a new cubicle mate, and Zac Efron seems to have the edge over Seth Rogen. In a new sketch, the two “Neighbors” s...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #48: Johanna Hamilton Worked in Secret on Crime Documentary '1971'
Johanna Hamilton brought a background full of documentary work and TV production to "1971." Her latest and most intensive project reveals the identities of the eight criminals who pulled off a cryptic...
CBS’ ‘Survivor’ Tops Repeat-Riddled Wednesday Night
On a Wednesday where the top show on ABC, CBS and NBC all aired in repeats, Fox emerged the ratings winner with its two-hour “American Idol,” though it again lost out head-to-head to CBS&#...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #47: Phillip Schopper and Keith Patterson Harness the Story in 'All About Ann'
Phillip Schopper began making films as a child with his parents' 8mm camera. He edited his first feature-length documentary, the much acclaimed music film "Heartworn Highways," in 1976. Through the ye...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #46: Ryan Piers Williams Embraced the Imperfections of Making 'X/Y'
Ryan Piers Williams currently lives in NYC and started making films when he was 12 years old in El Paso, Texas. Upon graduation he worked for Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney on several produ...

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