Julia Roberts, Bob Greenblatt Support LGBT Community at GLSEN Respect Awards
Hollywood luminaries and the LGBT community frequently went off script at the GLSEN Respect Awards to bring home the message that all students should have access to a safe and supportive school envir...
Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity Brings Laughs for a Good Cause
Seth Rogen and friends dressed in their spiffiest prom attire and laughed for a good cause Friday night at the third annual Hilarity for Charity fundraiser presented by Genworth at the Hollywood Palla...
Like 'Fury'? Want More Brad Pitt? Here Are His 5 Best Performances
THR reviews editor Jon Frosch picks the actor's most impressive roles, from 'Moneyball' to 'Seven' read more
Judge Tentatively Rules in Favor of Dish in Fox’s AutoHop Challenge
A federal judge indicated a tentative decision that Dish Network isn’t violating copyright law in its offering of a service that allows subscribers to record primetime programs with commercials ...
Warner Bros. and DC Expose Marvel's Achilles Heel: Diversity (Opinion)
Wonder Woman, Cyborg et al reveal Marvel's fondness for white men called Chrisread more
'Trash': Rome Review
Stephen Daldry's latest co-stars Martin Sheen and Rooney Mara alongside a talented Brazilian castread more
TV Ratings: 'The Amazing Race' Rises on Friday
The CBS competition jumps 27 percent read more
Joel Edgerton Talks Thriller ‘Felony,’ ‘Exodus,’ Trials of Shooting ‘Jane Got a Gun’
If Joel Edgerton has one piece of advice to aspiring actors, it’s this: always be sure to check your inbox. “I found an email the other day from my old agent in London, that I’d just sort of dis...
Headed to Broadway? 10 Top Places to Eat, Picked by the Pros
THR's guide to the best pre- and post-theater spots frequented byTom Hanks, Alec Baldwin, Katie Holmes and moreread more
Film Review: ‘The Duke of Burgundy’
After paying elaborate tribute to Italian “giallo” horror films in his 2012 “Berberian Sound Studio,” British director Peter Strickland applies much the same formula to the high-toned Euro sex...
Party Report in Pictures: Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon, Jon Stewart and SNL's Week Off (Photos)
Related stories from TheWrap:Lance Bass Roasted in 'Rapid Fire': N'SYNC Reunion Tour vs. Honeymoon, One Direction's Longevity, Astronauts (Video)Paul Rudd Plugs a Party at His Mom's House After Kansas...
All About His Mother: Pedro Almodóvar Bares His Heart in Lyon
LYON – Accepting the sixth Lumiére Award at Lyon’s Lumiére Festival in France, Pedro Almodóvar spoke with his heart, as Quentin Tarantino had a year before, about what really drives his filmma...
Cohen Media Group Inks Eight-Pic Gaumont Classics’ Deal For North America (EXCLUSIVE)
LYON – In a deal involving two key players in the two key markets for classic film, Charles S. Cohen’s New York-based Cohen Media Group has acquired North American rights to eight films from Galli...
Jerome Seydoux Pathé Foundation Bows To Get-Go Success
LYON – Seven years in the preparation, and spectacularly designed by architect Renzo Piano the Jerome Seydoux Pathé Foundation opened its doors Sept. 8 to two results as eye-catching as its archite...
Seth Rogen Sings With Bell Biv Devoe, Raises $900,000 for Alzheimer's Disease (Video)
“Don't be the loser who misses out on prom,” the invites taunted. Even those who came but left the third annual “Hilarity for Charity” at the Hollywood Palladium before 11:...
Gaumont-Pathe Cinema Les Fauvettes unveils its programming strategy
In Spring 2015, Gaumont-Pathe will open the new five-screen complex, Cinema Les Fauvettes, which will be exclusively dedicated to screening classic films. Paris is unique in the world, in that it has ...
'The Affair' Creator Sarah Treem on Dual Narrative
"Sometimes the only way to get at objective truth is to have multiple people tell their own version of the same event," says the former 'House of Cards' writerread more
9 Films About Dysfunctional Families Streaming on Netflix Now
From sperm donors and custody battles to suicide and incest, the difficult family issues explored in these films may hit precariously close to home (but we hope not). While the majority of the films b...
Box Office: Brad Pitt’s ‘Fury’ Opens to $8.8 Million, Shooting for $25 Million
Brad Pitt’s World War II drama “Fury” is ruling the battlefield. “Fury” opened to No. 1 at the U.S. box office on Friday — ahead of two-time champ “Gone Girl” and newcomer “The B...
Brad Pitt's Bloody ‘Fury’ Taking No Prisoners at Box Office
Brad Pitt‘s bloody “Fury” blasted its way to an $8.8 million Friday that put it on pace for $25 million opening weekend triumph at the box office. Sony's R-rated saga about a tan...

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