Film Review: ‘The Strange Little Cat’
Simultaneously rigorous and open-ended, Ramon Zurcher’s playfully constructed debut turns the cozy world of a middle-class German apartment inside-out.
‘Veep’ Creator: Why He Won't Let Politicians Do Cameos, Who Should Play POTUS
“Veep” creator Armando Iannucci revealed some of the secrets behind the world of his HBO comedy during Thursday's PaleyFest panel at L.A.'s Dolby Theater. The audience was treated ...
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PaleyFest: 'Veep' Cast and Creator Tease Season 3, Reveal Why There Will Be No Politician Guest Stars
"Maybe for Christmas!" creator and EP Armando Iannucci joked when asked about the possibility of a "Veep" and "House of Cards" cross-over more
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Joan Rivers Returns to the 'Tonight Show' After 25-Year Ban (Video)
After making a fleeting appearance on Jimmy Fallon's opening night last month, the outrageous comedian was a guest on the show for the first more
Stephen Colbert Under Fire for ‘Ching Chong Ding Dong’ Asian Tweet
Satirical comedian Stephen Colbert drew harsh criticism for being a satirical comedian on Thursday, after a tweet from his show's Twitter account was criticized as racist by some members of the Tw...
Fullscreen Acquires Videogame Media Firm ScrewAttack
The March madness for multichannel networks continues: Fullscreen, one of the biggest YouTube MCNs, has acquired small videogame-focused media company ScrewAttack. Terms of the deal were not disclose...
Fresh Off Disney Deal, Maker Studios Comes to Cable TV (EXCLUSIVE)
Maker Studios, which is being acquired by The Walt Disney Co. in a deal worth up to $950 million, has cut a content-licensing deal with cable music-video service Music Choice for more than 500 hours o...
Chris Lee Boosts China’s Second Distribution License Initiative
Hollywood acquisitions to be channeled through Hong Kong company
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'Scandal': The 12 Biggest Reveals From the Season's Sexiest Episode
Who's hooking up? Who got caught? Who got a punch to the face? The drama heats up as the season inches closer to its more
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I Can't Sing!: Theater Review
Simon Cowell's talent show "The X Factor" is both mocked and celebrated in this surreal stage musical, which has the British media mogul's blessing and more
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Dodgers, DirecTV Trade Barbs as Standoff Threatens Opening Day
DirecTV and other distributors are resisting the team's high price - with annual broadcast rights fees going from $50 million to over $200 million a year -- as the Dodgers president calls the complain...
ICM, Resolution Settle Commissions Dispute
Jeff Berg’s Resolution has settled its dispute with ICM Partners over its claim to commissions from agents who left ICM for his upstart agency. No details were disclosed in the settlement, but ...
Stephen Colbert Accused of Racism With #CancelColbert Campaign
Stephen Colbert is in hot water after a joke he made went viral, igniting a firestorm over Twitter. “I am willing to show #Asian community I care by introducing the Ching-Chong Ding-Dong Foundat...
Film Review: ‘2 Autumns, 3 Winters’
Three characters traverse the titular seasons in Sebastien Betbeder's playfully arty feature.
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'Grey's Anatomy': Should Cristina and Owen End Up Together?
The ABC medical drama used a "Sliding Doors" format to explore multiple futures for the beloved more
SAG-AFTRA: Wait Time for Residuals Cut to Three Weeks
SAG-AFTRA has sliced the average waiting time for delivery of residual checks from eight weeks last May to three weeks following extensive internal efforts. The improvements came in the wake of years ...
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Andy Serkis Says 'Jungle Book' Adaptation 'Doesn't Shy Away From Its Darkness'
The actor behind Gollum in "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" and Caesar in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" recently boarded the Warner Bros. film as more
‘Breathing Time’ Theater Review: Beau Willimon Enters Mamet Territory
It's only time before Beau Willimon's theater rep eclipses his high-profile in television. With both his stage work and ”House of Cards,” he's a superior storyteller, and his...
Save The Date: Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood' Set For July U.S. Release
Over two months after it premiered at Sundance to raves (read our extremely enthusiastic review here), IFC Films has announced that Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" will open in US theaters on July 11. ...
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'Walking Dead' Season 4 Finale: Trapped at Terminus
The AMC zombie drama ends its season with a massive cliffhanger, as the fates of several characters remains in more