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‘Scenes from a Marriage’ Theater Review: Ingmar Bergman, Funnier and Even Bleaker Than Before
Back in the 1960s, the cineastes’ world could easily be divided into two groups: those who considered Ingmar Bergman a god and Jean-Luc Godard a juvenile prankster. Then there were those who con...
Colin Firth Trains Future Super-Spies in New ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Trailer
Colin Firth is the most dapper and badass uncle ever in the new trailer released from Matthew Vaughn‘s comic book adaptation “Kingsman: The Secret Service.” Firth plays Harry Hart, t...
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Sony Classics' Michael Barker, Tom Bernard Inducted Into French Legion of Honor
The execs were feted for bringing dozens of French films to American audiences, from 'The Last Metro' in 1981 to 'Saint Laurent,' France's 2014 Oscar entryread more
How ‘Scandal’ Paved the Way for ABC’s Twitter-Based ‘#TGIT’ Marketing Strategy
ABC hopes to power Shonda Rhimes’ takeover of Thursday night this season with an army of Twitter followers. The network aims to build on “Scandal’s” template by promoting the n...
Joan Rivers’ ‘Fashion Police’ Tribute Marked Series High, Gave E! Best Rated Friday in Two Years
E!'s Joan Rivers tribute “Fashion Police: Celebrating Joan” was watched by 1.1 million viewers. The event marked E!'s highest rated Friday in two years and the highest rated weekly...
‘Boardwalk Empire's’ Shea Whigham to Star on ‘Marvel's Agent Carter’
“Marvel's Agent Carter” has found its male lead, two studio representatives told TheWrap. “Boardwalk Empire” star Shea Whigham will play “tough but fair-minded”...
‘Police Academy’ Cast Reunite for Syfy Monster Movie ‘Lavantula’
From the network that brought us “Sharknado” comes the equally ludicrous and equally self-explanatory “Lavalantula,” the newest monster movie to air on Syfy. A band of oversize...
Oscars: Israel Taps ‘Gett, the Trial of Viviane Amsalem’ as Foreign-Language Entry
Courtroom drama “Gett, the Trial of Viviane Amsalem,” directed by siblings Shlomi and Ronit Elkabetz, has been selected as Israel’s nomination for this year’s best foreign language Oscar race....
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'Gotham' Central: Five Questions About the Pilot
Spoiler: Don't walk down any dark alleys in Gotham Cityread more
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Steven Soderbergh Makes 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' Black-and-White to Highlight Spielberg's Genius
Soderbergh ditched the color and added a new soundtrack to the 1981 classicread more
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'Scorpion': TV Review
The real-life inspiration might be more interesting than the actual show, but it's only a pilot and this genius-and-misfits combination could end up being entertainingread more
‘The Money Shot’ Theater Review: Neil LaBute Delivers a Poison-Pen Note to Hollywood
Why has there never been a “Will & Grace” sitcom featuring a straight guy and a lesbian? It's doubtful this question has ever been asked, but Neil LaBute answers it in his new play...
‘NCIS’ Drafts MTV's ‘Awkward’ Star Nikki DeLoach (Exclusive)
Nikki DeLoach has joined the army. The actress will guest star as Army Lieutenant Colonel J. Leland in a November episode of CBS's “NCIS,” TheWrap has learned. Also read: ‘NCIS:...
OK! Magazine Dumps Digital Team, Launches Search for New Staff (Exclusive)
OK! Magazine's website is dumping its celebrity-friendly coverage and going for more gossip, complete with a new staff, TheWrap has learned. The website informed its digital team on Monday that t...
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'West Wing' 15th Anniversary: Read THR's 1999 Review
"There isn't a mediocre performance in the entire show"read more
Jennifer Morrison: Adding ‘Frozen’ to ‘Once Upon a Time’ Has Been Incredible
For the cast of “Once Upon a Time” bringing new life to classic characters is a gift that keeps on giving. The cast of the fairytale drama took to the carpet at the show’s season four premiere S...
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L.A. Film Fest Winner 'The Young Kieslowski' Sells to Mance Media (Exclusive)
The comedy tells the story of two college students who learn they're expecting twins after a drunken hookupread more
The Atlantic Wire Shutting Down, To Be Folded Into Flagship Site
The Wire, formerly known as The Atlantic Wire, will shut down, with its content folded into the main site on The Atlantic, according to an internal memo. “Important news on the digital front: In...
Studio Deal Renewals Could Hurt Redbox, Analyst Warns
An analyst tracking Outerwall, parent company of Redbox, rang the alarm on the DVD-kiosk service Monday citing a fleet of studio deals all set to expire in the next seven months. Eric Wold, analyst wi...
‘Dallas’ Cast Rallies Fans to Watch Season Finale as TNT Mulls Renewal
Forget one of the expiring Ewings, the entire future of TNT's “Dallas” is still currently up in the air. The rebooted drama, which has dropped in ratings from Season 2 to Season 3, may...

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