Quiz: Do You Recognize These Old Airline Logos?
For many, summertime means jet-setting across the country—or, if you're lucky, the world. So, while you're waiting to board your next flight, kill some time by putting your airline-log...
Kino Lorber Acquires Six-Hour Cannes Epic 'Arabian Nights'
READ MORE: The Most Ambitious Movie At This Year's Cannes Film Festival is 'Arabian Nights' Art house distributor Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Miguel Gomes' epic "Ar...
USC, NYU Top THR Film School Rankings Again
READ MORE: Why Go to Film School When It's Cheaper to Just Make a Movie? The Hollywood Reporter has published the fifth edition of its annual list ranking the top 25 film schools in the United St...
Destination America Tries to Scare Up Viewers With a Live Exorcism
Discovery may have gotten out of the outlandish-TV-stunts business, but its sister networks didn't get that memo. Destination America will televise what it's calling the first live exorcism...
New Yorkers, Look Up: The Empire State Building is Making New York City a Real Concrete Jungle
READ MORE: Attention New Yorkers: Here's Your Chance to Film Your City The Empire State Building has served as New York City's canvas in a myriad of ways. Through its festive lights and projecti...
Weinstein Co. Top Exec David Glasser to Exit
The COO, who has been with the company for the past seven years, is the latest and highest-ranking executive to leave the TWC fold over the past 10 months.read more
The Weinstein Company Moves Up Awards Contender 'Carol,' Pushes Back Bradley Cooper-Starring Chef Comedy
READ MORE: Cannes Review: Todd Haynes' 'Carol' is a Masterful Lesbian Romance Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara As awards season approaches at an ever-more rapid rate, The Weinstein Compan...
Is Twitter to Blame for an MLB Player Crying on Live TV During a Game?
One of the most bizarre events in the recent history of Major League Baseball occurred last night, and many people feel social media is to blame. The New York Mets lost to the San Diego Padres 7-3, ...
Fantastic Fest Announces First Wave of Programming Picks: 'Bone Tomahawk' World Premiere to Close Festival
READ MORE: 5 Reasons Fantastic Fest Deserves Your Respect Austin, Texas' own home-grown genre festival, Fantastic Fest, has announced their first wave of programming picks, including their Closi...
Ashley Tisdale Launches ‘The Haute Mess’ Lifestyle Site to Empower Women
Ashley Tisdale wants women in their 20s and 30s to know it's OK to be a hot mess. The star of TBS' barbershop sitcom Clipped (and executive producer of ABC Family's Young & Hungry) ...
Lily Tomlin is Front and Center in Exclusive 'Grandma' Stills
With "Grandma" gearing up for its August release after successful screenings at Sundance and the Los Angeles Film Festival, Indiewire is excited to present exclusive new stills from the come...
Watch: Bug-Crunching 'Goodnight Mommy' Trailer Will Give You Goosebumps
READ MORE: New Directors/New Films: 'Goodnight Mommy' Is an Arthouse Shocker Best Seen Cold Masks, twins, forestry and bugs have all been in horror films before, but that doesn't mean they'll ev...
'BoJack Horseman' Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg's Got Plans For a Darker, Weirder Season 3
When Indiewire sat down with "BoJack Horseman" creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg at the TCA summer press tour this week, he was pretty excited. Netflix had just announced that the animated showbi...
The Top 25 American Film Schools
How did Joss Whedon pick Wesleyan? "The weather was nice that day, and people had weed." Scores of alums of the nation's best programs remember their salad days for THR's fifth annual ranking.read mor...
Watch: Exclusive 'Northmen: A Viking Saga' Clip Invites You to a Bloody Mexican Standoff
READ MORE: Watch: 'Northmen: A Viking Saga' Gets an Epic and Bloody Trailer Those missing "Game of Thrones" may be in luck, as Claudio Fäh's upcoming "Northmen: A Viking...
Exclusive 'The Apostate' Poster Provides First Look at Dark Coming-of-Age Tale
READ MORE: San Sebastian Film Festival Announces 2015 Competition TitlesIndiewire is excited to present the intriguing portrait poster for Federico Veiroj's San Sebastian competitor "The Apo...
Longtime 'Rolling Stone' Film Critic Peter Travers Fighting for His Job
An offer of diminished status led to an office shouting match with publisher Jann S. Wenner and an ongoing negotiation. Meanwhile, 'Men's Journal' editor Jason Fine is said to be a frontrunner to rep...
The 'Kids' Oral History from Dazed Has All the Nitty Gritty You Could Want
READ MORE: Here's How 'Kids' Happened 20 Years Ago To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Larry Clark's landmark "Kids," British magazine Dazed teamed up with Genius (formerly known as R...
Abramorama Will Release DOC NYC Jury Prize Winner 'Homme Less'
READ MORE: 'Homme Less' & 'Cairo Drive' Win DOC NYC Jury Prizes -- Full Winners ListAbramorama will release former model and fashion photographer Thomas Wirthensohn's debut documentary, "...
San Francisco Tries to Cut Down on Public Urination by Peeing on Offenders
Not unlike many other cities around the world, San Francisco has a public-urination problem. People keep peeing in public and on private property, which is not only gross but also does damage to cit...

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