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David Letterman Retirement News Sparks Frenzy of Successor Speculation
David Letterman’s decision to retire next year has predictably set off a storm of speculation about successors to his “Late Show” throne. Stephen Colbert (pictured) has had quite a r...
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Jimmy Fallon Unveils Top 10 Reasons David Letterman is Retiring (Video)
The "Tonight Show" host takes a page out of Letterman's playbook.read more
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A Midsummer Night's Dream: Theater Review
The puppet designers of "War Horse" provide a novel aesthetic twist to this Santa Monica presentation of the frequently staged Shakespearean comedy.read more
‘Days of our Lives’ Producers to Launch Online Soaps
The last attempt to bring soap operas into the online realm didn't exactly yield spectacular results (just ask Prospect Park), but that's not stopping the people behind “Days of Our Live...
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DirecTV: Time Warner Cable Trying to Force Deal for Dodgers Cable Network
The cable distributor says its terms are fair and claims DirecTV isn't negotiating just over money. read more
#ICYMI in Pop Culture: Justin Bieber Gets Booed, Jon Hamm Gets Dissed and James Franco Gets Awkward (Video)
The post #ICYMI in Pop Culture: Justin Bieber Gets Booed, Jon Hamm Gets Dissed and James Franco Gets Awkward (Video) appeared first on TheWrap.
The Most and Least Liked Potential Letterman Replacements – From Ellen DeGeneres to Conan O'Brien
David Letterman is beloved, but perhaps not particularly liked — at least according to Q Score. The veteran CBS “Late Show” host, who just announced his retirement Thursday, has a re...
‘Police Academy’ Reboot Picking Up Steam with Key and Peele
New Line is looking to revive its once-sturdy “Police Academy” franchise with Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele in talks to produce the reboot. The comedians, who star in their eponymous...
Chelsea Handler, CBS in Talks for Late-Night Spot (Exclusive)
Chelsea Handler is in talks with CBS for a late-night talk show, an individual close to the producer and E! talk show host told TheWrap. CBS contacted Handler to discuss the potential of hosting a syn...
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'Jersey Shore' Producer Hit With Class Action Suit For Overtime Pay
He charges 495 Productions with unfair business practices, failure to pay overtime, violation of minimum wage laws, failure to properly document work done and more.read more
Social Media Buzz: ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Faces Box Office Victory
Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? We analyzed this weekend’s new movies a...
Box Office: ‘Captain America’ Racing to $100 Million in U.S. Debut
Disney-Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is marching toward a record for the top April debut with a U.S. opening that could reach $100 million this weekend. Friday forecasts...
‘Veep’ Review: High Stakes Bring Out Selina Meyer's Worst
When your show is about the vice president, there's one obvious way to raise the stakes. “Veep” clued us in last year that the current third season, which debuts Sunday, would center o...
Key & Peele in Talks to Produce ‘Police Academy’ Reboot for New Line
Having established themselves as a formidable comedy brand with their hit sketch series “Key & Peele,” Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele are making a deal to produce the “Polic...
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Key & Peele to Produce 'Police Academy' Reboot for New Line (Exclusive)
Scott Zabielski, who was attached to the project in 2012, is no longer on board to direct.read more
‘Silicon Valley’ Review: Stabbing the Tech Bubble
HBO's “Silicon Valley” is the rare show that might make you say, “Wow. Wouldn't want to be a tech billionaire right now.” Creator Mike Judge took his physics degree to ...
How Letterman Broke the News to His Staff – and Les Moonves
David Letterman is stepping down from CBS’ “The Late Show” in 2015, and while the whole world knows now, his employees and his boss didn't find out until shortly before Thursday&...
MGM Accuses Universal of Trying to Make a James Bond ‘Knock-Off’ – And Lying About It
MGM and Danjaq have sued Universal, accusing the film studio of developing a James Bond “knock-off” that infringes upon their copyright, according to documents filed Thursday in a United S...
Senate Committee Revives Federal Film and TV Tax Credit — for the Final Time
The Senate Finance Committee has revived a package of tax credits that includes Section 181, a lucrative federal tax incentive for the film and TV industry. The committee renewed a package of more tha...
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MSNBC Host Ed Schultz Must Again Face Partnership Lawsuit
A federal appeals court revives claims that Schultz stiffed the man who helped get him into television.read more

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