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Why Kelsey Grammer Didn't Want to Do Television Again, And What The Prospects Are for 'Partners'
But, according to Grammer, if anything was going to get him back to working on television, especially after the cancellation of his last three series, it was the prospects of working with Lawrence. Th...
Digital Domain Remains on the Sick List
HONG KONG — Visual effects group Digital Domain does not look much healthier than it did a year ago, when it was given a back door share listing in Hong Kong. The VFX businesses were largely res...
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What's Your Favorite Magazine?
From thought leaders like The Atlantic, New York and Vanity Fair to lifestyle, food and fashion titles, our lineup in this year's Hot List Readers' Choice Poll shows that magazine brands are ...
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And the Year's Hottest TV Show Is...
The Big Bang Theory. True Detective. Orange Is the New Black. The Walking Dead. Which was the year's must-see show, on TV or the Web? What was your biggest Guilty Pleasure: Southern Charm or Fi...
Project of the Day: 'The Life & Death of an Unhappily Married Man'
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...
Here's the Story Behind The Powerful Documentary 'Kids Behind Bars: Lost for Life'
In the United States, more than 2,500 individuals are serving life-without-parole sentences for crimes they committed when they were 17 years old or younger. A powerful new documentary, "Lost for...
The 11 Indie Films You Must See This September
1. "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: THEM" (Sept 12)  Director: Ned Benson  Cast: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Viola Davis, Ryan Eggold, Bill Hader, Ciarán Hinds Distr...
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Telluride: Hilary Swank Angles for Another Shot at Oscar With 'The Homesman'
The 40-year-old already has two best actress statuettes on her shelf, and is in fine form as a woman trying to do "a man's job" in Tommy Lee Jones' westernread more
Venice Review: Fatih Akin's 'The Cut' Falls Short of Its Ambition
With "The Cut," Fatih Akin has made a fantastically ambitious film set around the fall of the Ottoman Empire. It stars French actor Tahar Rahim as Armenian blacksmith Nazaret Manoogian, a fa...
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North Korea Calls Upcoming U.K. Series a "Slanderous Farce"
'Opposite Number' features a British nuclear scientist who gets captured in North Korea and is forced to help the country's nuclear program read more
Review: 'The Look of Silence' is Joshua Oppenheimer's First-Rate Followup to 'The Act of Killing'
Joshua Oppenheimer's startling 2012 documentary "The Act of Killing" explored the trauma of the 1965 Indonesian genocide through terrifying presence of its perpetrators, aging gangsters who ...
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'Pitch Perfect 2,' 'Book of Mormon' Star Ben Platt on Cabaret, Magic and Meryl Streep
"Everyone’s always like, can you really do magic?"read more
Listen: How Has Telluride Changed the Oscar Race? Anne Thompson and Eric Kohn Discuss on Indiewire's Podcast
Screen Talk, Indiewire's weekly podcast co-hosted by Anne Thompson and Eric Kohn, is now available on iTunes. You can subscribe here or via RSS. In this week's episode, the pair meet up at the Tellu...
James Brown Biopic ‘Get on Up’ To Open Zurich Festival
PARIS– Zurich Film Festival will open with James Brown biopic “Get on Up,” helmer Tate Taylor’s follow up to Oscar-winning “The Help.” Taylor, Chadwick Boseman, who...
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History's 'Houdini': What the Critics Are Saying
Adrien Brody stars as the death-defying escape artist in the four-hour eventread more
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Japan Box Office: 'Lucy' Opens in Third as 'Doraemon' Stays Top
'Maleficent' tops $61 million – best performance by a Hollywood live-action film in more than three yearsread more
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'Olive Kitteridge': Venice Review
Frances McDormand stars as the prickly New England math teacher of Elizabeth Strout's book in this HBO miniseries directed by Lisa Cholodenkoread more
James Brown Biopic ‘Get On Up’ to Open Zurich
LONDON — Tate Taylor’s James Brown biopic “Get On Up” will open the Zurich Film Festival, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Taylor and Chadwick Boseman, who plays the singer...
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'X Factor' U.K. Loses Steam Ahead of BBC Clash
The season's second episode of Simon Cowell's ITV show trips before dance-off with ballroom hitread more
Soccer Kicks Hong Kong Box Office Into Summer Slump
Theatrical box in Hong Kong took a summer snooze.

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