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Bill de Blasio Chooses Cynthia Lopez as New York City Film Czar (Exclusive)
The move has been eagerly anticipated by the city's film and TV more
Cannes: Looking Past the Hype and Hate (Analysis)
Usual suspects, few surprises, unforgivable omissions — got it. Now, can we watch the movies?
TLC Renews ‘Something Borrowed, Something New’ for Season 3 (Exclusive)
Just ahead of Friday's season finale of “Something Borrowed, Something New,” TLC has renewed the series for a third season, TheWrap has learned. The cable channel has ordered 18 new ep...
CW Sets Summer Timeslots for ‘Backpackers,’ Other New Shows
The CW is joining the comedy and magic club this summer. The net, which throughout the year typically airs nine drama series as part of its 10-hour schedule, is experimenting with a pair of new half-h...
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Bret Harrison Boards ABC's 'Astronaut Wives Club' (Exclusive)
He'll play Gordon "Gordo" Cooper and reunite with his "Breaking In" co-star Odette more
Jared Leto’s Music Doc to Premiere on VH1 and Palladia
Oscar winner Jared Leto’s award-winning documentary “Artifact” will make its television premiere on VH1 and Palladia. Produced by Leto and Emma Ludbrook, the doc follows Leto’s band, 30 S...
TV Review: SundanceTV's Charming Season Premiere of 'The Writers' Room' Shares Secrets of 'Scandal'
Jim Rash can do no wrong. From his impeccable five-year performance as the Dean on "Community" to his Angelina Jolie-inspired, perfectly-timed pose at the 2013 Academy Awards, to an astute parody of "...
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Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies at 87
Widely considered the most popular Spanish-language writer since Miguel de Cervantes in the 17th century, Garcia Marquez also wrote numerous screenplays for film and more
Gabriel García Márquez, Nobel Laureate, Dead at 87
Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez has died at the age of 87 after a lengthy battle with pneumonia. The author was best known for his magical realistic books and the 1967 novel, “One Hundre...
Watch: Gorgeous New Trailer for James Gray's 'The Immigrant' Rudely Welcomes You to America
James Gray has operated in classic Hollywood territory before, both with his Coppola-esque crime dramas "The Yards" and "We Own the Night" and his excellent 2008 film "Two Lovers," which wouldn't seem...
Nobel Prize-Winning Author Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies at 87
Colombian author and journalist Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1982 for his novel “100 Years of Solitude,” died Thursday. He was 87 and had been recovering from a recen...
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Fidelity Launches Creative Search
Fidelity Investments—an Arnold client since 2001—is launching a review of its creative business, according to sources. Arnold handles broadcast advertising for Fidelity with other ads p...
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New York Auto Show: (Young) Drivers Wanted
Audi, Mercedes and even Rolls-Royce woo the elusive young luxury buyer with style, price and especially new tech features. "Connectivity is the No. 1 reason they purchase a car," Audi of America CEO S...
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Record Labels Sue Pandora Over Pre-1972 Recordings
The popular streaming service is hit with a complaint in New York court with potentially big more
Cannes Film Festival: Thierry Fremaux on Godard, Female Filmmakers, U.S. Indies
On the heels of the Cannes Film Festival’s much-anticipated press conference, Variety’s Elsa Keslassy sat down with artistic director and delegate general Thierry Fremaux. Among other things, Frem...
David Letterman, Jerry Seinfeld, Robert De Niro to Headline Spike TV Tribute to Don Rickles
David Letterman and Jerry Seinfeld will join Jon Stewart, Robert De Niro and other big names in comedy and entertainment on Spike TV to celebrate the legendary career of industry icon Don Rickles. ...
Bryan Singer's Alleged Sexual Assault Victim Revealed (Photo)
Michael Egan, the man who is suing “X-Men” director Bryan Singer for sexual abuse that allegedly occurred in 1998 and 1999, is being revealed in a newly released photo. Egan's lawyer, ...
Nancy Kirkpatrick Out as Summit's Marketing President
With Lionsgate and Summit Entertainment integrating their respective marketing departments, Nancy Kirkpatrick will resign from her post as president of worldwide marketing at Summit, which she has hel...
Tribeca Film Review: ‘Time Is Illmatic’
It’s unlikely that the hip-hop documentary “Time Is Illmatic” will have many showings as thrilling as its opening-night slot at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
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Comedy Legend Carol Leifer on Writing 'Seinfeld', Life on 'Devious Maids' and Her New Book
The Emmy-nominated comedian reinvents herself as a self-help author--a funny self-help author--in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying."read more