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A Recent History of the Heckler's Veto
The television world has weathered quite a few controversies in the last several months, many of which have one disturbing thing in common: they are fomented and sustained by people who are hurt, sa...
‘Marvel's ‘Agents of SHIELD’ Casts ‘Breaking Dawn’ Actor Patrick Brennan as Blackout
“Marvel's Agents of SHIELD” has cast Patrick Brennan as the villain Marcus Daniels (bad-guy name: Blackout), Marvel.com reports. Brennan, who played Liam in “The Twilight Saga: B...
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How Fame Came to Beverly Hills: Why Old Hollywood Moved In
Exactly 100 years ago, a mere 550 people lived in the newly incorporated town, home only to bobcats, bean farmers and a brand-new pink hotel. But that was before Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and e...
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'SNL' Preview: Will Louis C.K. Revive Lincoln Sketch? (Video)
The comedian returns to host Saturday's episode.read more
WATCH: Piers Morgan Signs Off CNN With Gun Control Plea
Piers Morgan wrapped his CNN news show on Friday night after three years on the air with a plea for stricter gun control laws. Although he spent the majority of the one-hour program discussing missing...
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TV Ratings: 'Hannibal' Improves Amid More March Madness
The last scheduled episode of "Enlisted" drops to a low, while NBC's drama matches a season high. read more
Piers Morgan Ends CNN Show With Gun Control Plea (Video)
Piers Morgan brought his run as host of CNN's “Piers Morgan Live” to an end on Friday night by speaking to a topic he feels passionately about: Gun control. Morgan, who's spoken ab...
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'Walking Dead': Who Is Gareth? Our Three Best Theories
The mysterious character will make his debut on the zombie drama's fourth-season finale.read more
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Old Hollywood Homes for Sale: Bela Lugosi, Janet Leigh Houses on the Market
"The Great Ziegfeld" actress Virginia Bruce's former home also is among the new listings.read more
Box Office: ‘Noah’ Turns Tide With $15 Million Friday, Sailing Toward $40 Mil-Plus Opening
The Biblical blockbuster “Noah” has turned the box office tide in its favor. Paramount-New Regency’s Russell Crowe-starrer ruled the seas on Friday with a $15.2 million debut, on track for an op...
‘Noah’ Dunks ‘Divergent’ With $15 Million Friday at Box Office
“Noah” was headed for high ground at the box office Saturday, after a $15.2 million first-day Friday put Darren Aronofsky's controversial big-screen retelling of the Old Testament tale...
Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be 'Crushed,' 'New,' 'Ashes' or 'Pink Sorrys'?
Vote below for this week's Project of the Week. The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and will become a candidate for Project of the Month. That ...
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'Frozen' Soundtrack Set for Longest No. 1 Run Since Adele's '21'
The Disney album could sell around 150,000 copies in the week ending March 30.read more
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'Long Distance' Wins Top Prize at Malaga Film Festival
The Spanish-American co-production stars "Game of Thrones" Natalia Tena.read more
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2014 Aston Martin Rapide S: Car Review (Video)
Aston Martin's $200,000 Rapide S is the sleekest of the trend toward stealth luxury sedans with four doors and sports coupe styling and performance. Not to mention sharing Aston Martin's 007 legacy. r...
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Japan's Female Directors Making Their Mark in Patriarchal Industry
Women working in Japan’s socially conservative film sector are making inroads, even if true gender equality remains a long ways off. read more
Ryan Murphy Lauds ‘American Horror Story: Coven’ Cast as ‘Most Amazing Group of Women Ever on TV’
Forget the boys, let’s hear it for the girls. Girl power reigned supreme at PaleyFest’s closing night presentation of “American Horror Story: Coven” on Friday night at the Dolby Theatre, whe...
Paula Markovitch Draws ‘Paintings in the Dark’
Argentine-born Paula Markovitch, whose feature film debut, coming-of-age drama “The Prize,” won two Berlin Silver Bears in 2011, is prepping “Paintings in the Dark,” inspired by the life of he...
‘Bad Hair’ on a Winning Streak, Closes Mexico (EXCLUSIVE)
Mariana Rondon’s “Pelo Malo” (Bad Hair), which vied for the Ibero-American Fiction and Maguey awards at the Guadalajara Int’l Film Fest, sold to Mexico’s Circo 2:12 (Paula Astorga) F...
Mexico’s Filmadora, Celeste, Itaca Link To Spain’s Neo Art on ‘Darker Than the Night’
GUADALAJARA – Mexico’s Filmadora Nacional, Celeste Films and Itaca have teamed with Spain’s Neo Art to produce “Mas negro que la noche” (Darker Than the Night), a remake of a 1975 shock-fest...

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