Did Microsoft Just Introduce the Next Google Glass?
It’s hard to view Microsoft’s demonstration of its HoloLens and not think of Google’s struggling Glass product, whose interactive eyeglasses have been put back on the shelf. The pitc...
Lasse Hallstrom to Direct 'Boy21' for 'Foxcatcher' Exec Producer's New Company
Catch & Release Films begins with an adaptation of the best-selling Matthew Quick novel read more
Box Office: 'American Sniper' Eyes Massive $63M-Plus Weekend; 'Mortdecai' Tanks
'The Boy Next Door,' starring Jennifer Lopez, opens in the No. 2 spot for a $15M-plus debut.read more
Conan O’Brien Teams with Archer in Animated Car Chase
Conan is in the DANGER ZONE. Superspy Sterling Archer, from the FX animated comedy “Archer,” stopped by Conan O’Brien’s show Tuesday to pick up the latenight host for some esp...
Julianne Moore Says She Doesn’t Need a Memorial Service After MMI Salute
On the heels of her second Golden Globe win and fifth Academy Award nomination, Julianne Moore, flanked by her husband and two children, sat back and soaked up the Museum of the Moving Image’s...
Hulu Orders Comedy Series From ‘Video Game High School’s’ Freddie Wong
Hulu has ordered a long-form comedy series from Freddie Wong and the RocketJump team, the people behind YouTube’s “Video Game High School.” The eight-episode series will go behind th...
'Arrow' Bosses on Oliver Surprise: It "Changes the World Forever"
Stephen Amell, Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim say the next few episodes allow "every character on the show to rise or fall."read more
Sundance Curiosities: 'Dope' Promises a Distinctive Look at Black Life in America
Editor's note: Sundance Curiosities is a feature designed to preview films at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival. Entries are written by members of the Indiewire | Sundance Institute Ebert F...
24 Hours in Advertising: Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015
Here's everything you need to know about the last 24 hours in advertising, in case you blinked. Buzzing on Adweek: Snickers teases its Brady Bunch spot Danny Trejo shines in this Snickers Sup...
Vanity Fair Oscar Party Moving to Beverly Hills
The 21st edition of Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party is waving goodbye to West Hollywood, and air-kissing hello to a “custom-designed space between the Annenberg Center and City Hall” in Bever...
‘View’ Producers Blasted by Latina Group for ‘Racist and Sexist’ Comments About Rosie Perez
ABC’s daytime talk show “The View” has found itself immersed in even more drama. Already faced with reports that recent “View” addition Rosie Perez is on her way out, the...
Several Major Brands Are Already Investing In YouTube's Next Challenger
Vessel, the much-awaited online video startup founded by ex Hulu executives Jason Kilar and Richard Tom, finally opened its service to the public today. It may take time to see if users are willing ...
Join TheWrap at Sundance for Its First Live-Streamed Interview Studio From the Film Fest
TheWrap is pleased to announce a series of multi-faceted sponsorship and marketing partnerships with national brands at Sundance 2015, including its first-ever live-streamed interview studio with lead...
‘Empire’ First Look: Lucious Delivers a Musical Beat-Down (Exclusive Video)
“Empire’s” Lucious Lyons (Terrence Howard) clearly doesn’t need your protection, and Veronica’s (Veronika Bozeman) now ex-manager Mel probably needs to see a doctor. Ther...
Democrats and Republicans Battle Over Competing Net Neutrality Plans
Congressional Democrats and Republicans offered widespread agreement Wednesday that the time has finally come for the government to step in and take action to preserve net neutrality. Then again, they...
Sundance Institute Announces Quiver Digital Distribution Deal
On the eve of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, the Sundance Institute has partnered with Premiere Digital in a new deal that will give Institute alumni participating in the Artists Services program ac...
Review: Alex Garland's 'Ex Machina' Delivers a Modern Day Twist on Frankenstein
Alex Garland made his name writing about humans searching for the perfect idyll. His 1996 debut novel "The Beach," about backpackers searching for an Earthly paradise, was an international b...
NBC's 'Food Fighters' Renewed for Second Season
The Electus culinary series will return in the summer.read more
Grammys: LL Cool J to Host for Fourth Year in a Row
The rapper-actor has presided over music's biggest night since 2012.read more
Anne Hathaway Discusses Her Favorite Musical Acts at 'Song One' Premiere
"Song One," the first feature film from writer/director Kate Barker-Froyland, follows Franny (Anne Hathaway), an anthropologist who returns him to Brooklyn after her younger brother Henry (B...

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