'Better Call Saul' Review: You Don't Need Us to Tell You to Watch It
If you are a passionate fan of television (especially during what we call the great Golden Age of Television, that finds its most classic examples on cable and premium cable), then you are aware that ...
Jennifer Aniston Reveals Struggles With Dyslexia, Anger; Shrugs Off Oscar Snub
At home with The Hollywood Reporter, the 'Cake' star gives a very candid interview about everything from being a "control freak" to loving 'The Bachelor,' and even her relationships with Brad Pitt and...
'Survivor: Worlds Apart' Castaways Revealed
The season 30 theme is white collar vs. blue collar vs. no collar.read more
#IWonBothOfThem Trends on Social Media Following Obama's Ad-lib
Democrats and Republicans alike respond to President Obama's ad-libbed remark.read more
Forgotten Mavericks: Ten Years Later, What Happened to 'Four Eyed Monsters'?
It was supposed to be their crowning jewel. The moment that would solidify the years of anguish they'd put into a project that thrust them into debt and split them up romantically. A project born outs...
Jason Kilar Launches Premium Video Platform Vessel
The $2.99 per month subscription service is now available on an invite-only basis. read more
Grammys: John Legend, Common, Sam Smith and Pharrell Williams Added to Performers
Usher and Miranda Lambert also will take the stage while Legend and Common will perform "Glory," from 'Selma.'read more
'Dear White People' Writer/Director Says Hollywood Needs to Change
[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. Today's pick, "Dear White People," is available now On...
Ad of the Day: This Is How Netflix Will, and Won't, Make Your Life Better
Netflix is so good, it can even make a sullen teenager smile. The streaming content service is out with a new European ad created by Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam. At first blush, the existential voic...
'House of Cards' Producer Dana Brunetti on How to Break Into the Industry
For the past four years, Trigger Street Prods., the production company behind "The Social Network," "Captain Phillips" and "House of Cards" (as well as the upcoming ...
Happy Birthday, 'Boyhood'! Linklater and Company Reflect on the Year Their Movie Grew Up
Exactly one year ago, Richard Linklater’s "Boyhood" was the toast of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. These days, the filmmaker’s unprecedented 12-year portrait of a young man’s coming...
Ronald Reagan Biopic Casts Disney Star as Lead (Exclusive)
'Wizards of Waverly Place's' David Henrie is set to star as young Reagan in the indie, adapted by 'Space Cowboys' screenwriter Howard Klausner from two biographies.read more
The Story Behind Two Sundance Success Stories: 'Short Term 12' and 'Land Ho!'
"Just make a movie." That was "Short Term 12" producer Asher Goldstein’s advice for first-time filmmakers at the production case studies panel at the Film Independent Forum in O...
'Big Sonia': Not Your Typical Holocaust Survivor Film
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...
Sundance: Exclusive Poster for Anticipated Documentary 'Pervert Park'
All too often, a movie poster fails to grab the essence of a film. That cannot be said, however, for the poster for "Pervert Park" which you can check out below, exclusively on Indiewire. &q...
Betty Ford Clinic Expands to Los Angeles
The first new outpatient facility outside Palm Springs ends years of troubles for the late first lady's iconic substance abuse treatment center.read more
U.K. Theater Fails to Provide Wheelchair Access for 'The Theory of Everything'
The Odeon has since apologized to the mother of a disabled boy who was told there wasn't wheelchair access for the film at one of its branches.read more
FX Wants to Be the ‘Best’ Channel on TV, Not the Highest-Rated One
FX is now the No. 4 cable network when it comes to 18-49-year-olds, up from sixth place a year ago. While many networks in its position would be gunning for the top spot, FX Networks CEO John Landgr...
Oscars: 'American Sniper's' Hopes for a Win Complicated by Politics
A hot-button movie could ride the debate to gold or divide voters, as did 1979's race between 'The Deer Hunter' and 'Coming Home.'read more
Amazon Studios' Movie Push: Another Blow to Theater Owners
The company's plan to produce and acquire 12 movies a year also gives the e-tailer entry to the film-festival circuit.read more

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