Zach Galifianakis Leads 'Mistaken For Strangers: The Play' Based on The National Documentary
Since 1999, indie rock band The National has been making dark, soulful and heartbreaking music. In honor of the band's success, a documentary film, "Mistaken for Strangers," was released in ...
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Fox's 'Red Band Society' Adds EP Rina Mimoun (Exclusive)
Fresh off ABC's "Mistresses," the "Everwood" alum will serve as a writer and exec producer and work alongside creator Margaret more
Lucy Lawless Joining ‘Marvel's Agents of SHIELD’
It looks like Lucy Lawless will be featured in the sophomore season of “Marvel's Agents of SHIELD.” The hot heroine who spent most of the '90s racking up fan cred as “Xena:...
Guest Post: Here's What I Learned at Sundance Documentary Edit & Story Lab
Indiewire recently invited filmmaker Jesse Moss, whose feature documentary "The Overnighters" premiered at Sunday earlier this year, to chronicle his experience participating in this year's ...
Project of the Day: 'Oyler'
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 com...
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'Community's' Ken Jeong to Star in MTV Comedy Pilot (Exclusive)
His casting lifts the contingency on the pilot, from young writers Andy St. Clair and Paul O'Toole, which will now be titled "Ken Jeong Made Me Do It." read more
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Michelle Phan Sued Over Music Rights: How Will Brands and Influencers React?
Makeup guru Michelle Phan, one of YouTube's most popular publishers with over 6.7 million subscribers, may have the vast influence that can give brands the exposure they crave. But that hasn'...
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Newly Named Fortune Editor Alan Murray Eyes Mobile, Social
This morning, Time Inc. announced that Alan Murray, president of the Pew Research Center in D.C. and former Wall Street Journal deputy managing editor and online executive editor, would be taking ov...
Audrey Tautou and Michel Gondry on Critics and the Overwhelming Experience of Making 'Mood Indigo'
Over a year after opening their first collaboration "Mood Indigo" in their native France, Audrey Tatou and director Michel Gondry were on hand in New York last week to discuss their visually...
Watch: First Trailer for Philippe Garrel's Scandalous 'Jealousy' Starring His Son Louis Garrel
French director Philippe Garrel directs his son Louis in "Jealousy," a drama that explores a man's new relationship after he decides to leave his wife and daughter. A subtitled trailer for t...
Ratings: Fox and ‘MasterChef’ Win Demo as CBS's ‘Under the Dome’ Hits Low
Fox and “MasterChef” won in the key demographic Monday as CBS's “Under the Dome” hit a series low. Fox had a 1.8 rating/6 share in the advertiser-beloved 18-49 demo and was...
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TV Ratings: 'MasterChef' Hits Season High
The Fox competition rises 17 percent for its best showing this summer, leading in to the return of "Hotel Hell," as "Under the Dome" takes a more
Weird Al Says ‘Mandatory Fun’ Will Be His Last Album, Teases Broadway (Video)
Weird Al Yankovic is done making any more albums — but not music. The famed parody singer, who just released his 14th album, “Mandatory Fun,” appeared on “Larry King Now”...
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Saatchi Gets a New Head of Strategy
Saatchi & Saatchi's head of strategy for the Americas is leaving for another Publicis Groupe shop and Saatchi has filled the role with an insider.  Photo: Zander Taketomo Succeeding...
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Socialite Suzanne Saperstein Downsizes to 20,000 Sq. Ft. Rental
After years on the market at $125 million, socialite Suzanne Saperstein unloaded her indubitably palatial, 35,000-square-foot French chateau in L.A.’s Holmby Hills in March for $88.3 million. So, wh...
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Sumner Redstone’s Girlfriend Lists Mini-Manse Above Beverly Hills
Tucked into a gated, celebrity-approved enclave in a lush canyon above Beverly Hills, a stone and stucco French-style cottage with 5,500 square feet and a long showbusiness pedigree has come up for sa...
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Japan’s Toho Woos Female Non-Believers to Hollywood ‘Godzilla’
Last major territory to release may be monster movie's hardest to crack
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Rich and Famous Pass Down Homes Again and Again
Celebrity is a kind of club. While not every famous person knows every other famous person, they certainly walk the same red carpets, dine incognito — or not so incognito — in the same pricey boit...
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Greenwich Home Sales Surge Within $3 Mil.-$6 Mil. Pricepoint
If you’re a first-time homebuyer looking for a single-family dwelling under $2 million in Greenwich, Conn., chances are you might have to look beyond the borders of this affluent bedroom community s...
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French Apparel Mogul Guy Attal Lists $28.5 Mil. BevHills Estate
In the Coldwater Canyon area of Beverly Hills, a 1.3-plus-acre gated estate owned by French apparel mogul Guy Attal was recently re-listed for $28.5 million, up from its last official asking price of ...