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Review: Steven Soderbergh Brings Style to 'The Knick,' But is the Surgical Drama Dead on the Table?
Much has been made of Steven Soderbergh's retirement from cinema during the prime of his career, and watching the master craftsman work in "The Knick" will not lesson the blow to the cinemat...
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Box-Office Preview: 'TMNT' Set to Battle 'Guardians of the Galaxy' for No. 1
"Into the Storm," adult drama "The Hundred-Foot Journey" and "Step Up All In" also roll out in theaters, while Daniel Radcliffe's "What If" debuts at the specialty box office.read more
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Yahoo Selects Netflix Exec to Be CIO
Yahoo has hired Netflix's vp of information-technology (IT) operations, Mike Kail, as chief information officer and svp of infrastructure to lead Yahoo’s IT and data center operations. Ka...
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Toronto: Anna Kendrick's 'The Last 5 Years' Inks Foreign Distribution Deals
UPDATED: The movie version of the cult musical co-stars Jeremy Jordan and was directed by Richard LaGravenese.read more
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'Into the Storm': Film Review
Impressive special effects re-create a gigantic, destructive tornado.read more
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President Obama, Congress Invited to Free 'America' Movie Screening
The nonprofit group Movie to Movement is prepared to spend about $5,500 to show Dinesh D'Souza's film to 542 government officials.read more
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Emmys: Cicely Tyson Reflects on Her Legacy, Race in Hollywood and Breaking Down Barriers
The best actress in a miniseries or movie Emmy contender also tells THR how she feels about being a hero and inspiration to many women of color in Hollywood, from Viola Davis to Kerry Washington.read ...
‘Into the Storm’ Review: Mass Tornado Destruction Offers Minor Cinematic Distraction
Whipping itself into a fairly futile frenzy, “Into the Storm” wants to be an Irwin Allen-style disaster movie for the YouTube and iPhone era. It incorporates footage ostensibly shot by the...
Film Review: ‘Into the Storm’
Back in ye olde summer of 1996, few could have imagined that we would eventually look back on Jan de Bont’s “Twister” as the kind of movie “they” don’t make like they used to.
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Study: 69% of Marketers Believe That Native Advertising Is Valuable
The 614 Group, a digital media consulting player, has produced a benchmark study that is designed to help marketers make choices about native advertising. Working with digital company OneSpot, part ...
Jimmy Kimmel Introduces ‘Scrabble For Idiots’ (Video)
Since American society is increasingly accepting completely made-up words, and showing no signs of wising up, Jimmy Kimmel has provided Hasbro with its next great family board game: “Scrabble Fo...
Watch: Juliette Binoche Must Choose Between Photos and Family in Trailer for '1,000 Times Good Night'
Leave it to the patriarchy to force a woman to choose between her family and her career! In all seriousness, that seems to be the premise behind Eric Poppe's "1,000 Times Goodnight," which s...
Stephen Colbert Thinks Adorable ‘Apparently Kid’ Could Replace Fox News’ Sean Hannity
The internet fell in love this week with the “Apparently Kid,” whose adorable interview at a county fair has been viewed 8 million times in only three days. Stephen Colbert, for one, thin...
Watch: Funny or Die Helps Christina Hendricks Get A New Office Job
Christina Hendricks has captivated audiences for years with her fierce performance as Joan Holloway in AMC's "Mad Men." Unfortunately, the Sterling Cooper & Partners partner has now been...
Fox Korea Boards ‘Chaser’ Director Na Hong-Jin’s ‘Gokseong’
Fox International Productions finally chases down picture by director of "The Chaser"
About 305,000 Americans Cancelled Pay TV in Q2 — And That’s Good News
The U.S. pay-TV market collectively lost a net of about 305,000 subscribers in the second quarter of 2014, historically the weakest period for the sector, according to estimates from research firm Mof...
Watch: Maggie Gyllenhaal Gets a Mysterious Phone Call in an Exclusive Clip from 'The Honorable Woman'
Episode 1 of SundanceTV's new miniseries, "The Honorable Woman," premiered last week to rave reviews, including Indiewire's Ben Travers calling it "first an engrossing thriller and...
What Brings Comedians Together? According to 'Hotwives of Orlando' Creators, 'We Want to Feel Like We're Still in That Old Porn Theater'
Founded in 1999 by Matt Walsh, Matt Besser, Amy Poehler and Ian Roberts, the UCB theater has given birth to a community of comedians who crave collaboration -- which Dannah Phirman and&...
‘The Inbetweeners 2′ Breaks Opening Day Record for a Comedy in U.K.
LONDON — “The Inbetweeners 2” has recorded the biggest ever opening-day gross for a comedy at the U.K. box office, beating the record-breaking tally achieved by its predecessor, “The Inbet...
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Wu-Tang Clan Reunites, Unveils New Album and Single on 'The Daily Show'
The group performed "Ron O'Neal" and "Triumph" after a chat at the anchor desk with Jon Stewart.read more

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