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Idina Menzel Starrer ‘If/Then’ Makes Successful Move to Broadway
If a show represents the only new musical on the spring Broadway slate that’s not tied to a well-known movie property, then will the tuner struggle to attract attention in a crowded season? If the s...
‘Gotham’: First Photo of Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock
Fox’s “Batman” prequel “Gotham” has released the first character image of Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock. The one-hour crime drama explores the origin story of eventual po...
Batman Prequel ‘Gotham’ Reveals First Look of Donal Logue as Det. Harvey Bullock (Photo)
Fox has released the first character-look image of Donal Logue as Gotham City Police Detective Harvey Bullock in the network's Batman prequel, “Gotham.” The crime drama explores the or...
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'Gotham': First Look at Donal Logue as Detective Harvey Bullock (Photo)
Warner Bros. TV and Fox have released the project's first character photo as production continues.read more
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Parvati Shallow Recaps 'Survivor': Time for a Tribe Switch
The three-time competitor and winner of "Survivor: Micronesia" shares her insights into the CBS show every week on THR.com. read more
IFC Has a New Documentary Parody Show From SNL Alums
IFC announced its upfront slate just shy of this evening's presentation in Manhattan. The agenda for the 2014-15 season (or the cable equivalent thereof) includes American Documentary, a new seri...
2014 Ebertfest Slate Announced, Will Open with Steve James' Doc 'Life Itself'
It's been nearly a year since the death of Roger Ebert, but Ebertfest is still going strong, and this year gives the festival a new way to honor the late critic. The 16th annual Ebertfest will open wi...
Bill O'Reilly Bashes Courtney Love, CNN, and Media Coverage of Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight (Video)
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.comFox News opinion host Bill O'Reilly killed two birds with one surprisingly clever joke on Wednesday's “O'Reilly Factor” — the t...
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Judge Examines LAPD Officer Tied to Leak of Rihanna Beat-Up Photo (Exclusive)
The LAPD spent years investigating who leaked the image to TMZ. One former police officer is now paying the price.read more
Will You See This Movie? 'Rolling Papers' Tells the Story of How Colorado Made Pot Legal
Do you get high? Well, now you can do it legally in Colorado. Legalization has opened a Pandora’s box of cultural, economic, and political issues, most of which are still developing. Essentially, Co...
SXSW Film Review: ‘Leave the World Behind’
Equal parts concert documentary and break-up drama, "Leave the World Behind" tracks the blowout farewell tour of Swedish House Mafia.
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TV Ratings: 'The 100' Opens Well on CW, 'Idol' and 'Revolution' Hit Series Lows
Many of the night's original offerings bottom out, while the new Wednesday show on The CW gets a solid debut. read more
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'Jem and the Holograms' to be a Jason Blum-Produced Movie
"G.I. Joe: Retaliation" helmer Jon Chu will direct the movie. read more
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Westboro Baptist Church Founder Dead (Report)
Fred Phelps died at age 84 after entering hospice care.read more
Fake James Bond Teaser and Name ‘Reveal’ Punks Internet
Bond is on the way back — but we don't know much about it, yet. Tricksters sent out what looked to be a very early first look at the 24th James Bond film, which was said to titled — an...
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IFC Expands Comedy Slate With Fred Armisen, Seth Meyers and Joel McHale Projects
Ahead of its upfront presentation to advertisers, the cable network announced it would add a Comedy Music Awards show and a scripted comedy starring Rob Huebel ("Children's Hospital") as well.read mor...
Tribeca Film Festival to Close With 'Begin Again,' Formerly Known As 'Can a Song Save Your Life?'
The Tribeca Film Festival announced today that they will be closing this year's event with John Carney's musical comedy "Begin Again" on April 26. The film, formerly titled "Can A Song Save Your Life?...
CW’s ‘The 100′ Opens Well; CBS Veterans Top ‘American Idol’
Fox’s “American Idol” continued its decline Wednesday, hitting a low and finishing behind the combo of “CSI” and “Survivor” on CBS in key demos. Those two net...
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Disney Websites May Run Afoul of Children's Privacy Laws
Disney, the world's most iconic kids brand, is under scrutiny by the Federal Trade Commission for flunking the ABCs of children's online privacy laws. The Mouse House first came under revie...
Fred Phelps, ‘God Hates Fags’ Preacher, Dead at 84
Rev. Fred Phelps Sr., the Westboro Baptist Church founder who was a fierce critic of the gay rights movement,  died Thursday, his son Tim Phelps told Kansas First News. He was  84. A spokesman for ...

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