Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #42: Bryan Buckley Directs Melissa Rauch's Screenwriting Debut 'The Bronze'
Co-written by "The Big Bang Theory" star Melissa Rauch and her husband, Winston Rauch, "The Bronze" is a long, hard look at just what it means to be a former star athlete. Rauch pl...
Chris Messina Gets Naked and Cannonballs Into a Pool in 'Digging for Fire'
The 'Mindy Project' actor strips down for the Joe Swanberg film.read more
Julianne Moore Believes in Therapy, Not God (and Definitely Not Guns)
Therapy? Yep, the 'Still Alice' star has had plenty. And now, today, the onetime outsider is a five-time Oscar nominee who also believes in family and the ability to control her own fate: "I've comple...
Sundance Review: Do Sex Offenders Get a Bad Rap? 'Pervert Park' Explores the Unthinkable
Do sex offenders get a bad rap? Would you want a sex offender as a neighbor, around your children? These questions are seemingly easy to answer. When someone gets convicted of a sex offense, they beco...
Oscars: Rita Ora to Perform "Grateful"
The ceremony is set for Feb. 22.read more
Ad of the Day: Ads Don't Get Much More Joyfully Hypnotic Than Samsung's Latest
Ad agency Heaven and the directing duo Vallée Duhamel rolled out this quirky video set to electronic music for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S-Pen. Titled "Creativity at Work," it makes...
Sundance Film Festival Announces 2015 Short Film Winners
The Sundance Film Festival announced the winners of this year's short film competition during a ceremony last night in Park City. This year's short film competition consisted of 60 films. Winners...
Sundance Review: Kevin Bacon Takes on Troublemaking Kids in Entertaining 'Cop Car'
The synopsis of "Cop Car" is simple enough: Two 10-year-old boys steal an abandoned cop car. With suspension of disbelief in place, the premise delivers on its entertaining potential with pl...
Sundance: 'Animals' Creators on Mark Duplass and If Film Fests are the Future of Indie TV
Is this your guys’ first time at Sundance?   PM: It’s my first time.   ML: I came here five years ago as a student on a trip, so it’s very different this time, as one could ima...
Sundance Springboard: 'The Bronze's' Melissa Rauch Wants to Make Movies Where Women Don't Have to Apologize
Anyone who watches (and there are millions of you) CBS's "The Big Bang Theory" know actress Melissa Rauch as series regular Bernadette Rostenkowsi. Sundance audiences got to see a very diffe...
Take a Virtual Tour of the NFL's Thoughtfully Designed Park Avenue Headquarters
In the run-up to Super Bowl XLIX, most of the National Football League's 400-person staff have left for Glendale, Ariz.—and the near-empty midtown New York office was ideal for a behind-th...
Recording Academy Gets Tough on Grammy Awards Ticket Scalping
Not everyone can sell access to "Music's Biggest Night."read more
Super Bowl: Watch Budweiser's "Lost Dog" Commercial
The sequel to last year's popular "Puppy Love" spot has arrived.read more
One of NBC's Precious Super Bowl Ad Slots Will Promote E!'s The Royals
When you're a TV megacorporation hosting the Super Bowl, it seems like a shame to dedicate all that valuable advertising real estate to other companies. So broadcast, cable and digital behemoth ...
Jeff Bridges Stars in the First Super Bowl Ad That Actually Wants to Put You to Sleep
Kia may have James Bond in its Super Bowl ad, but Squarespace has the Dude. Yes, Jeff Bridges, the Oscar winner and star of cult classic The Big Lebowski, is featured in Sq...
How DreamWorks Animation Can Claw Its Way Back
Layoffs, cuts, fewer films and a sinking stock, but reports of the studio's demise could be premature as strong assets and a new direction counter "a dire situation."read more
Sundance: Why 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' Didn't Sell to the Highest Bidder
Multiple buyers offered $12 million-plus for the coming-of-age tearjerker, but the filmmakers went with Fox Searchlight's lower bid.read more
Marketers Dish on Which Brands Are Truly Killing It in Mobile
Depsite the fact that mobile keeps chipping away at digital ad budgets, zeroing in on a few stellar examples of brands that are nailing smartphone and tablet-based marketing can be tough. Sure, Walm...
Eddie Redmayne: I Was "Incredibly Inappropriate" When I Met Jennifer Aniston
Not every first impression is going to be perfect.read more
Jon Stewart Delivers Epic Takedown of CNN's Blizzardmobile
The 'Daily Show' host mocks Don Lemon for broadcasting from a car.read more

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