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Heath Ledger 'Australians in Film' Scholarship Package Increased to $25,000
New judges for the 2014 award will include Colin Farrell, Miranda Otto and Wes Bentley.read more
SXSW Car Crash Claims Fourth Victim
A fourth person has died as a result of the tragic car crash at the South by Southwest festival in Austin earlier this month. DeAndre Tatum, 18, passed away from his injuries, the Austin Police Depart...
Constantin Suffers Difficult Year as Revenue Drops 12%
LONDON — Leading German media company Constantin Medien has reported that 2013 was a “difficult” year, despite releasing the year’s most-watched film in Germany, “Fack ju Goehte.” Reve...
‘Good Day New York’ Tops ‘GMA,’ ‘Today’ in Key News Demo for March
“Good Day New York” was king-of-the-hill, top-of-the-heap among the Big Apple's morning news shows in March, beating out both ABC's “Good Morning America” and NBC's...
Elton John’s ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ Still Paved in Gold 40 Years On
“Funeral For a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding,” the wide-screen epic that opens Elton John’s magnum opus, “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” (1973), would suggest an elaborate production effort, extensi...
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Disney Enlists Top Illusionist to Produce Magic Movie (Exclusive)
Derek DelGaudio, a star in the magic world, will produce. Keith Bunin, who penned "Horns," is set to write the untitled project. read more
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Jeff Berg's Resolution, ICM Settle Agent Harassment Lawsuit (Exclusive)
Resolution alleged ICM had threatened defecting agents over commissions from former clients. read more
UPDATE: Amazon Says It Has No Plans to Offer a Free TV and Music-Video Streaming Service
Here we go again: Amazon.com denied a Wall Street Journal report Thursday that the Internet retailing giant is working up a free, ad-supported TV and music-video service. “We’re often experime...
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Amazon Plans to Launch Free Ad-Supported Streaming
E-tailer giant Amazon is set to launch an ad-supported streaming service using its original content (which recently entered a second crowdsourced "season" of new shows) and music videos, a...
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Surviving Jack: TV Review
Can the show survive Fox?read more
Watch: Trailer for Weinstein Company's French Cop Comedy 'On the Other Side of the Tracks'
From "Lethal Weapon" to "Rush Hour," the cop comedy has never failed to mismatch its leading duo for the sake of good laughs and even better chemistry. Now it looks as though the Weinstein Company wil...
Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning Plot the Death of a Dam in ‘Night Moves’ Trailer (Video)
Jesse Eisenberg has stolen the idea for a billion-dollar social network, dealt drugs and magically robbed banks on the big screen. But before audiences see him as the ultimate criminal mastermind, Lex...
Film Review: ‘Tonnerre’
Vincent Macaigne navigates a rock musician's downward spiral in Guillaume Brac's engrossingly nuanced character study.
West End Review: ‘I Can’t Sing’
This sloppy, boisterous "X Factor" spoof is a splashy, flashy tonal mess that just about succeeds.
Lindsay Lohan Protests ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Finale by Hammering It Up (Video)
Lindsay Lohan really isn't happy about the imminent end of “How I Met Your Mother.” The actress, who is set to guest star on the April 14 episode of sibling sitcom “2 Broke Girls...
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Facebook's Goodfellas Moment
So brands, it turns out, are not people after all—at least on Facebook. The social media giant moved last week (and actually has been moving for some time) toward restricting the organic...
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Fourth Person Dies From Injuries in SXSW Crash
DeAndre Tatum is the fourth fatality after a car plowed into a crowd on a blocked-off road in Austin during festival.read more
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CinemaCon: Warner Bros. Teases 'Jersey Boys,' Final 'Hobbit'; 'Godzilla' Wows
"As other studios cut back, we are looking to expand our franchises and release as many films a year as ever," said Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. CEO Kevin Tsujihara in his first appearance at the c...
Watch: Trailer for the Jean Dujardin Sex Comedy 'The Players'
Two years after its debut in France, Jean Dujardin's follow-up role to his Oscar-winning performance in "The Artist" is coming to America. Titled "The Players" ("Les Infideles"), the film is being dis...
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Amazon to Launch Free Streaming Service (Report)
UPDATED: The company denies a Wall Street Journal report, saying that "we have no plans to offer a free streaming media service."read more

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