‘Sons of Anarchy’ Star Kurt Yaeger Takes His BMX Skills to the UK (Video)
Anything you can do with two legs, Kurt Yaeger can do better with one. The former “Sons of Anarchy” star and pro-BMX rider, who lost his left leg after a motorcycle accident in 2006, put...
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'G.I. Joe,' 'Mad Men' and 'House of Cards' Actors Join 'Terminator: Genesis' (Exclusive)
Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, Jason Clarke and Arnold Schwarzenegger are starring in the reboot of the sci-fi action movie. read more
Why ‘Noah’ Is the Biblical Epic That Christians Deserve
He who has ears to hear, let him buy a ticket to Darren Aronofsky's extraordinary movie.
Ben Stiller in Talks to Star in Alan Ball’s ‘I Am Chippendales’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Ben Stiller is in talks to star in Alan Ball’s “I Am Chippendales,” the true-life story of how the male dance club became one of the most famous adult entertainment shows in the worl...
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Paramount's Rob Moore Reveals How 'Noah' Overcame Christian Backlash (Q&A)
"The Bible hasn’t gotten this much publicity in a very long time," says Paramount vice chairman Rob Moore, who adds that many religious leaders have embraced the biblical epic, but have been drowned...
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'How I Met Your Mother' Series Finale Goes Far Into the Future -- With a Twist
The sentimental CBS comedy settles its titular mystery and brings its fans up to speed on everything that happens in the 17 years between Ted meeting the Mother and the narrator's nine-season storytel...
William H. Macy’s ‘Rudderless’ Heading for Paramount
Paramount is in talks for North America rights to William H. Macy’s musical drama  “Rudderless,” the closing night film at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The studio is pl...
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Pay Drops 67 Percent in 2013
Zuckerberg's compensation fell because of a $1 base salary; COO Sheryl Sandberg was paid $16.1 million, nearly half what she earned the previous more
‘Walking Dead’ Elevates 3 to Regulars
There's no end in sight for the leader of Terminus on “The Walking Dead” — the series has promoted Andrew J. West, who plays the leader of the possibly cannibalistic community to...
Steve Tisch Named Chair of Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival
Producer Steve Tisch will chair the 16th Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival, the event's backers announced Monday. The festival, to be held May 31-June 7 at Tel Aviv University, will sho...
‘The Voice’ Coaches Shakira and Blake Shelton to Duet on ACM Awards
Blake Shelton will take a time out from his co-hosting duties on CBS's 49th Annual ACM Awards for a duet with Shakira. NBC's “The Voice” coaches will duet on their recently release...
David Duchovny to Hunt Charles Manson in NBC's ‘Aquarius’
NBC has given a straight-to-series 13-episode order for the drama “Aquarius,” starring two-time Golden Globe Award winner David Duchovny in his return to broadcast television. The “C...
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'Fast & Furious 7' Resumes Filming After Paul Walker's Death
Universal's action film delayed production after the death of its star in November. read more
NBC Orders 13 Episodes of David Duchovny Period Drama on the Hunt for Charles Manson
David Duchovny may not be returning as Fox Mulder any time soon, but any "X-Files" fans missing the site of the show's former leading man carrying a gun and a badge can rejoice. NBC has placed a 13 ep...
Machinima's New CEO Chad Gutstein: How the Internet Startup is Like Cable
The platform may be different, but the selling point is still the same, Chad Gutstein, Machinima's newly-minted Chief Executive Officer, told TheWrap shortly after being named to head the video ne...
Spike Lee Fires Back at NY Times Over Brooklyn Hypocrisy Complaint
Spike Lee is unimpressed with criticism he's received for remarks about Brooklyn's rapid gentrification. And he really took issue with an essay New York Times film critic A.O. Scott wrote abou...
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Gawker Targets Quentin Tarantino's Motive for 'Hateful Eight' Lawsuit
The latest court papers allude to Gawker's "past" reporting about the more
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ABC's Josh Elliott Taking Pay Cut to Move to NBC
ABC News was prepared to pay Elliott $5 million to stay at "Good Morning America" while NBC Sports is said to be ponying up $4 million plus a production more
How Paramount Kept ‘Noah’ From Sinking and Beat the Bad Buzz – Again
“Noah” withstood a tsunami of bad buzz to score a $44 million debut last weekend and capture the top spot at the box office. The opening won't be one for the record books, and with a r...
Broadway Box Office: Neil Patrick Harris Looks Legendary in ‘Hedwig’ Launch
If it were possible to gauge a Broadway musical’s box office prospects from a single performance alone, then Neil Patrick Harris’ turn in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” looks legendary. But we’...