Jon Hamm Hosts Fundraiser to Help Find Cure for Batten Disease
Jon Hamm hosted a special benefit Thursday for the Charlotte & Gwenyth Gray Foundation at the Atom Factory in Culver City, Calif. Charlotte, 4, and Gwenyth, 20 months, are the daughters of produce...
Bill Cosby Slapped With Another Lawsuit Over Sexual Assault Allegations
Bill Cosby‘s legal troubles continued to grow on Friday, when the scandal-plagued comedian was hit with yet another lawsuit — this time by his insurance company. Cosby is being sued by the...
Harvey Fierstein on Gay Marriage Ruling: "Arts Make the Political Personal" (Guest Column)
The "speedy war whose victory we celebrate today was fought in theaters, art galleries, in TV sitcoms, Hollywood movies and on and on," the playwright writes for THR. read more
Watch: Larry Clark and Harmony Korine Reflect on the 20th Anniversary of 'Kids'
READ MORE: 20 Reasons Why 'Kids' is an American Masterpiece BAMCinemaFest celebrated the 20th anniversary of "Kids" with great fanfare Thursday night. A retrospective screening of the ...
Watch: Derek Jacobi Proposes To Ian McKellen For The Vine
READ MORE: Will Vine Superstardom Translate to Box Office Success for Jason Nash? Today's Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide produced a flurry of celebrity response...
Gay Marriage Legalized, Apocalypse Strangely Silent: Wrap Trends
After years of discrimination, legal wrangling and pure determination, gay people all across the country now have the right to be as miserable as their straight counterparts. The Supreme Court’s...
The Academy Is Suddenly Getting More International — And Here's Why (Analysis)
THR's awards analyst explains why the Oscars-voting body, which hasn't always welcomed foreign-born talent, this year invited more than three dozen filmmakers from beyond the U.S. and the U.K.read mor...
'St. Elmo's Fire' Cast Then and Now
See how stars Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, Andrew McCarthy, Ally Sheedy and Mare Winningham have aged and find out what they've been up to lately.
All the Emmys Billboards in Los Angeles (We Could Find), From 'Mad Men' to 'Transparent'
If you ever wanted proof that Los Angeles is a company town, or proof that television is just as important as film to its citizens, than the billboards and other ads that have sprung up over the last ...
How TV Shows Are Beaming Over the Supreme Court's Gay Marriage Ruling
From the White House to Westeros, from Litchfiled Pen to McKinley High, your favorite TV shows have been sharing the love all day following this morning's Supreme Court decision legalizing gay m...
Here's How Oscar-Nominated Filmmaker Liz Garbus Brought Nina Simone to Life
Most biographical documentaries progress in straightforward style -- talking heads spouting praise and listing accomplishments, a chronological journey through the main character's life hitting all of...
System That Gives Every 3-by-3-Meter Square an Address Wins Innovation Grand Prix
CANNES, France—The Innovation jury at the Cannes Lions festival tonight handed out its Grand Prix to a fascinating effort to create a global grid of 57 trillion three-by-three-meter squares an...
9/11 Museum and EA Giferator Win Gold in Cannes' Newest Category, Creative Data
CANNES, France—With its sweeping, interactive and evocative displays, the 9/11 Memorial Museum has won an inaugural gold Lion at Cannes for Creative Data. Also taking gold from the U.S. is EA...
DirecTV Now Seeks $75 Million in Al Jazeera Lawsuit As Carriage Deal Nears End
Satellite TV giant says it has not benefited from the cable news network's recent deals with other distributors.read more
DreamWorks Picks Up Michael Crichton's 'Micro'
Frank Marshall will produce the adaptation of the 'Jurassic Park' author's last novel.read more
Twitter's Adam Bain on Keeping It Fresh and Avoiding Sharks and Lawyers
CANNES, France–He could be Twitter's next CEO, so it was a perfect time for Adam Bain's talk on innovation and to hear his thoughts on everything from creative corporate culture to the...
American Family Radio Host Rants Against Gay Marriage Ruling: "6/26 Is Now Our 9/11"
"June 26, 2015: the day the twin towers of truth and righteousness were blown up by moral jihadists."read more
This Filmmaker Taught Himself Everything He Needs to Know on YouTube
Moise Verneau is a completely self-taught filmmaker with no formal film education. He and his team began the web series "Money & Violence" without any professional training. By watching ...
Watch: YouTube Says 'Hell Yes' To Marriage Equality in '#ProudToLove' Compilation
Today the U.S. Supreme Court guaranteed same-sex couples nationwide the right to marry, and YouTube couldn't be any prouder. The internet giant celebrated the landmark decision with "#ProudToLo...
Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be 'The Life of Flowers,' 'Finding Groovopolis,' 'Not It' or 'The Earth Moves'?
The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and will become a candidate for the June Project of the Month. That winner will be in the running for Project of t...

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