Tom Hiddleston’s ‘I Saw the Light’ to Open Nov. 27
Sony Pictures Classics has given an awards-season release date of Nov. 27 for “I Saw the Light,” starring Tom Hiddleston in the story of iconic country-Western singer Hank Williams. Written and di...
Microsoft Exits Display and Video Ad Business With AOL Pact
Big changes are coming to Microsoft: The company is exiting its display, mobile and video advertising business, and has struck a deal with AOL, which is going to take over the business in the U.S. and...
‘Fifty Shades’ Writer EL James Whipped Mercilessly During Twitter Q&A
“Fifty Shades of Grey” author EL James took a beating that would make even Christian Grey blush on Monday, after a Twitter Q&A devolved into a group drubbing of the erotic-fiction auth...
Attorneys General: Court Shouldn’t Have Halted Google Investigation
Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has garnered the support of 40 attorneys general in his effort to overturn a preliminary injunction that prevents him from enforcing a subpoena of Google over the...
NeNe Leakes Leaving ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’
UPDATED: It’s time for “Real Housewives” fans to say goodbye to NeNe Leakes. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star announced Monday that she’s leaving the Bravo sho...
UPDATED: Microsoft Now Leans on AOL for Display, Mobile and Video Ad Sales
Microsoft will reportedly lay off 1,200 people as it hands over display, mobile and video ad sales to AOL and AppNexus. Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft and AOL revealed a multifaceted deal this after...
Watch: Tensions Rise in Canadian Drama 'The Sound of the Trees'
READ MORE: Karlovy Vary Film Fest Lineup Lures Adventurous Cinephiles, Young Directors François Péloquin takes on the challenges of Canadian family life in his latest work, "T...
How Comedy Central's 'The Meltdown' Reveals The Truth of Seeing — And Doing — Stand-Up
Odd but true: Some of the most innovative comedy in Los Angeles these days happens in a comic book shop on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles. Meltdown Comics, which opened its back room to comedy shows abou...
7 Tips for Location Shooting on a Budget
Ah, the joys of location shooting. It gives you the opportunity to discover a place that lends character, texture and intrigue to your project without having to hire someone create it on a sound stage...
Watch: 'Mrs. Doubtfire' Meets 'Dirty Harry' in 'The Wolfpack' Brothers' Hilarious Short Film
READ MORE: Sundance: The Crazy Five-Year Story Behind 'The Wolfpack' From being the subjects of Crystal Moselle's award-winning documentary "The Wolfpack" to directing their own short ...
Watch: 'The Affair' Season 2 Teaser Asks If True Love Conquers All
READ MORE: Who's Telling the Truth on 'The Affair'? Golden Globe Winner Sarah Treem Shares Secrets Showtime gives fans even more reason to eagerly anticipate Se...
Publicis' Global CEO, a Potential Successor to Chief Maurice Lévy, Takes on a New Role
Arthur Sadoun's star keeps rising at Publicis Groupe. The exec, named global CEO of Publicis Worldwide in 2013, is adding oversight of MSLGROUP, the public affairs, corporate communications and ...
Jody Arlington to Head SXSW Press and Publicity
READ MORE: The 12 Breakouts of the 2015 SXSW Film Festival Janet Pierson, Head of South by Southwest Film, has announced Jody Arlington will now lead SXSW Film Press and Publicity, which include...
It's Good to Be the Star of Cannes: R/GA Wins 33 Lions and Agency of the Year
Digital agency R/GA is having arguably its best year ever, leaving last week's Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity with 33 shiny new Lions statues, including eight Cyber Lions and ...
'Guardians of the Galaxy' Sequel Title Confirmed: 'Volume 2'
The mixtape theme continues in the sequel to Marvel's summer 2014 hit.read more
Watch: Friendships Turn Sour in Trailer for Melanie Laurent's 'Breathe'
READ MORE: Mélanie Laurent's 'Breathe' & More Headed To Cannes Critics' Week After premiering at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Melanie Laurent's debut film, "Breathe," went...
Vote for June Project of the Month: Will It Be 'Joe's Violin,' 'High Cotton,' 'Out of Order' or 'The Life of Flowers'?
The project that receives the most votes for Project of the Month will get a reported feature story about their project on Indiewire and will be in the running for Project of the Year.  Below are...
NBC Dumps Trumps' Beauty Pageants, Keeps 'Celebrity Apprentice'
NBC has cut some of its lucrative business ties with Donald Trump following Trump's comments about the United States' relationship with Mexico during his announcement for president on June 1...
Kimberly Levin on 'Runoff,' Flesh-Eating Pigs and Saving the World With Movies
READ MORE: LAFF Review: 'Winter’s Bone' on a Farm, 'Runoff' Marks a Strong Debut For Writer-Director Kimberly Levin How far would you go to save your family? It's a question that's been posed ...
'Ms. Bula Banerjee' Puts the Brontë Sisters Front and Center
Here's your daily dose of an indie film, web series, TV pilot, what-have-you in progress -- at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a projec...

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