For Women in Tech, Femininity Isn't the Enemy
Goodness, some people sure were fired up about the free manicures, hair and makeup that were offered to female attendees at SXSW at the Ipsos Girls' Lounge:   So deeply insulting and bac...
‘Insurgent’ Takes in $21 Million at Friday Box Office, Eyes $50 Million
“The Divergent Series: Insurgent” opened at No. 1 at the box office with an estimated $21.3 million Friday. That projects to a $50 million three-day haul for the second installment of the young a...
Here Are the Cameras Used by the 2015 SXSW Filmmakers
READ MORE: Watch: Mark Duplass' SXSW Keynote Reveals Tips For Indie Success Before the start of this year's SXSW Film Festival, Indiewire sent out a questionnaire to the filmmakers presenting their w...
Kyle Chandler & Ben Mendelsohn on 'Full Contact' Acting in 'Bloodline'
Kyle Chandler is a rascal. Sitting in a large hotel room in Pasadena, the dark-haired former "Coach" refuses to answer questions he doesn't want to. But one would never think him impolite, i...
Justin Timberlake's 7 Best Moments in Film
On the 15th anniversary of *NSYNC's sophomore album 'No Strings Attached,' THR takes a look back at the pop star's transition from the stage to the screen.read more
Why Digital-Facing Brands Stick Around for SXSW Music
The interactive portion of the South by Southwest festival in Austin may be over, but that doesn't mean that digital media brands have packed up their bags. Several digital-facing companies and...
‘Glee’ Regains Its Voice In Touching Series Finale (SPOILERS)
Let’s face it, “Glee” has been running on fumes for several seasons, making its two-hour finale more a subject of curiosity than the emotional event it would have been except for the hardiest ...
SXSW Film Review: ‘The Grief of Others’
If writer-director Patrick Wang hadn’t already made a fine, little-seen drama a few years ago called “In the Family,” the title would have been just as well suited to his sophomore feature, “T...
Spike TV Sued for Trapping Man in Home During 'To Catch a Contractor'
The suit alleges the contractor "had no choice but to sign the release" and appear on the show.read more
Film Review: ‘Jerusalem’
Jerusalem in Imax 3D with a topping of Benedict Cumberbatch — that’s a pretty big dessert of branding. The richly plummy vowels of His Royal Cumberness are mostly window dressing on this magnifice...
Party Report in Pictures: Jason Reitman, James Van Der Beek, Whitney Cummings, ‘Dazed and Confused’ Live Read (Photos)
Related stories from TheWrap:'Glee' Star Jenna Ushkowitz Says to Expect 'Lots of Tears' During Series Finale (Video)
Randall Miller Says ‘Midnight Rider’ Accident Is ‘My Responsibility’
Making his first comments since he was sentenced to two years in jail, director Randall Miller said in a statement on Friday that he accepts responsibility for the Feb. 20, 2014 train accident on the ...
‘Superbad’ Star Christopher Mintz-Plasse Cast in Jimmy Fallon’s Comedy Pilot
Christopher Mintz-Plasse of “Superbad” fame has been cast as a series regular in the NBC pilot “Sharing,” Variety has learned exclusively. The workplace comedy from exec pro...
'Midnight Rider' Director Says Train Accident "Is Ultimately My Responsibility"
Sarah Jones was killed and numerous others were injured during filming.read more
Ariana Grande Breaks Free and Into Tears at Madison Square Garden: Concert Review
The petite diva turns up the volume on the Honeymoon Tour, her first arena jaunt with her back-to-back albums, 'Yours Truly' and 'My Everything.'read more
Paul Walker's Estate Sues for Return of Cars Possessed by Driver in Deadly Accident
The suit alleges possession of personal property and conversion. read more
When ‘Glee’ Was Great: Looking Back at Fox’s Pop Culture Phenom
The other day I jokingly tweeted that I couldn’t even assign a story written about Fox’s “Glee,” because no one in TheWrap newsroom watched the show anymore. Just a few years a...
'Glee' Finale: Original Star on Tear-Filled Final Day, Saying Farewell, Cory Monteith (Guest Column)
Jenna Ushkowitz recounts the show's meteoric rise and losing a star in an emotional essay for THR.read more
Director Walter Grauman Dies at 93
Walter E. Grauman, who directed multiple episodes of “Barnaby Jones” and “Murder, She Wrote” in a career that stretched back to the late 1950s, died Friday in Los Angeles. He w...
SXSW 2015: Hollywood Heads to Austin for Annual Festivities
Hollywood headed down south for the 2015 SXSW film, interactive and music festival in Austin, Texas, for the annual 10-day event, which wraps up on March 22. SXSW kicked off on Friday the 13th, very f...

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