Watch: Ryan Gosling's 'Lost River' Trailer Promises Dreamlike Apocalyptic Drama
Ryan Gosling's directorial debut "Lost River" may have been critically reviled at its premiere during last year's Cannes Film Festival, but the first time filmmaker and distributor Warner Br...
Watch: Everyone Falls Down Stairs in New 'Game of Thrones' Blooper Reel
Because everyone needs more laughing in their life -- especially the denizens of Westeros -- HBO has thankfully put out a second blooper reel from the fourth season of "Game of Thrones." As ...
Calling 'Good Wife' Fans: 4 Things About the Show's Return We Can't Wait to See
Any regular viewer of "The Good Wife" knows that CBS makes you work for it. Between the football overruns and fortnight-worth gaps between episodes, there's an unending frustration that come...
Bar-Hopping With Kyle Chandler: 'Friday Night Lights' Star on His "Dark, Evil" Period, Comedy Dreams and Return to TV
The actor was offered "every 40-year-old male lead on TV" after the role that won him an Emmy. What did he do? Take small parts in Oscar movies, nix an 'FNL' movie and disappear to Austin, Texas, wher...
Watch: 'Parks and Recreation' Team Says Goodbye and Sings 'Li'l Sebastian' on 'Late Night With Seth Meyers'
Last night, following the series finale of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," Amy Poehler, Chris Pratt, Nick Offerman, Adam Scott, Aziz Ansari, Aubrey Plaza, Jim O'Heir, Jon Glaser and co-creator...
'Beyond the Lights' Director Gina Prince-Bythewood on How to Change Hollywood for Black Filmmakers
When the nominations for this year's Academy Awards were announced in January, the lack of diversity among the nominees became the center of a national conversation. As many were quick to point out, t...
Lady Gaga to Star in FX's 'American Horror Story'
Becoming the first confirmed casting for the fifth season of the anthology from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.read more
Meet the Designer Behind the Oscars' Gorgeous Title Card Sequences
Every year the title cards that designate the Oscar categories and the films nominated in each get more and more interesting thanks to an innovative designer named Henry Hobson. Hobson, who's worked ...
Tom Rothman on His Sony Era: "I Prize Stability"
Amy Pascal's replacement reveals his plans for the studio as his Fox experience and a reputation for frugality won over Japan execs and Michael Lynton heads to New York.read more
Ad of the Day: Coke Spreads Joy to Some Seriously Unlucky Coke Drinkers
Coca-Cola knows that sometimes life straight up sucks. But Coca-Cola also wants you to realize that you, sir, are not the only one with problems. This new spot from Wieden + Kennedy, which broke on...
Watch: LGBT Athletes Tell Their Stories in Trailer for SXSW Doc 'Out to Win'
Malcolm Ingram, director of the acclaimed, award-winning documentary "Small Town Gay Bar," is back with another film focusing on the LGBT experience. "Out to Win" profiles a colle...
He Said, She Said: How to Work with Your Spouse on an Indie Film and Not Kill Each Other
When I was in film school, my teachers, who were also often reasonably "successful" filmmakers with careers outside of the academy, would often carp about what a pain in the ass it was to be...
Attention, Filmmakers: The Indie Film Industry Needs Data and You Can Help
Winning any game depends largely on knowing the field on which you’re playing. Building a successful company in any industry is heavily reliant on having the best information available. Knowing the ...
Brit Awards 2015: The Complete Winners List
Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith each win two awards; Madonna's finale marred by nasty fall from stage. read more
Frederator Studios' 'Rocket Dog' Heads to Television
Mel Roach's cartoon short "Rocket Dog," which was the second short to premiere on the Frederator Studios' YouTube channel Cartoon Hangover, is being developed into a television series throug...
'Sibs' Delves into the Question of Career vs. Family
Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress -- at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the c...
Review: 'Parks and Recreation' Season 7 Damages One Legacy to Elevate Another
"Parks and Recreation" was never really about politics. Of course, the Michael Schur- and Greg Daniels-created comedy would dip its toe in the game from time to time — memorably lambasting...
Emmy Comedy Clarification: TV Academy Says Rule Changes "Just a Start"
"These are not hard-and-fast rules," chief Bruce Rosenblum tells THR as networks plan to challenge new edicts defining a comedy as a half-hour.read more
Review: 'Justified' Season 6, Episode 6, 'Alive Day': Way Down In The Hole
PREVIOUSLY: Review: 'Justified' Season 6, Episode 5, 'Sounding': Everyone Gets Electrocuted There's been a lot of talk of coal mining over the years on "Justified," which makes perfec...
‘Agent Carter’ Finale Postmortem: Producers Talk Surprise Cameo, What’s Next for Peggy
Spoiler Warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen the “Agent Carter” season one finale, titled “Valediction” “Agent Carter” ended its first season with an emotional gut-punc...

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