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Participant Media’s Pivot, Sky Vision Ink U.S. Co-production Deal for ‘Fortitude’ (EXCLUSIVE)
LONDON — Sky Vision, the international distribution arm of BSkyB, has inked an exclusive U.S. co-production alliance with Pivot, Participant Media’s television network, with the debut of the S...
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US Airways Won't Fire Anyone for Porno Tweet
Give US Airways credit for not doing the knee-jerk thing most any other corporation would have done, instead circling the wagons while trying to make sense out of its pornographic tweet from Monday....
‘Game of Thrones’ Breaks Its Own Piracy Record With Purple Wedding Episode
“Game of Thrones” latest shocking episode was a big hit with audiences paying for it, and a record breaker for those who weren't. Torrent Freak reports a record 193,418 people where s...
‘Transcendence’ Reviews: Is the Johnny Depp Thriller Trippy or Tedious?
“Transcendence,” the brainy new Johnny Depp thriller about the perils of modern technology, has some critics griping that the film is a few IQ points short of intelligent. Early reviews fo...
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Michael Bloomberg to Spend $50M on Anti-Gun-Violence Organization
The former NYC mayor has launched a nationwide, grass-roots group that he hopes will outmuscle the NRA.read more
Exclusive: Watch Joe Swanberg Be Creepy in Behind the Scenes Clip From Horror Flick 'Proxy'
After a successful premiere at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival, "Proxy," the horror film that Indiewire's Eric Kohn commended for being "a genuine attempt to pierce through the noise of sameness afflic...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #42: Tristan Patterson Goes to 1983 LA for 'Electric Slide'
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Tristan Patterson talked to Indiewire about "Electric Slide," which tells the story of famous bank robber Eddie Dodson. He's familiar with icon-centered chronicles - hi...
Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal Explain Why the Tribeca Film Festival Isn't Going Anywhere
When the Tribeca Film Festival was launched in 2002 with the expressed purpose of bringing business back to lower Manhattan after 9/11, few insiders were more skeptical about its long-term prospects t...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #40: Juan Pablo Cadaveira Follows Famous Fighter for 'Maravilla'
Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Juan Pablo Cadaveira comes form a background of editing narrative, documentaries and commercials. As an editor, he has worked on “Handsome Harry” (Tribeca Film Fes...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #39: Brin Hill Chased Snow for 'In Your Eyes,' Written By Joss Whedon
Writer-director Brin Hill is bringing his first feature since 2008 to Tribeca this year, after working as a writer on films like "Won't Back Down" and "Battle of the Year." Looking to Steven Sode...
TV Review: How WGN's 'Salem' Alters History By Asking You To Believe In Witches
When someone mentions the tiny town of Salem, Massachusetts, your mind probably goes to false accusations of witchcraft, the dangers of a mob mentality, and lessons in junior high English class on the...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #38: Alonso Ruizpalacios Writes a Love Letter to Mexico City with 'Gueros'
A ridiculous number of obstacles stood (and still stand) in Alonso Ruizpalacios' way as he takes black-and-white feature "Gueros" to Tribeca and the world. The TV screenwriter from Mexico City has a l...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #37: Alan Hicks' 'Keep On Keepin' On' Came With Steep Learning Curves
For someone who says he has "zero experience in the industry," Alan Hicks seems set to secure success at Tribeca this year. His feature debut "Keep On Keepin' On" follows 89-year-old jazz legend Clark...
Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #36: Lou Howe Overcame Winter in NYC for 'Gabriel'
Native New Yorker Lou Howe brings "Gabriel" to Tribeca, a dramatic feature debut that has been in the works for years. He got his start in fiction writing and has been writing and directing TV movies ...
Q&A: Robert De Niro Admits He Hasn’t Seen Any of Tribeca’s Films This Year
Tribeca Enterprises made headlines last month when it sold 50% of its stake to the Madison Square Garden Co. Variety caught up with Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal, who founded the company in 2003, ...
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Glenn Beck Moves Into Movie Production (Exclusive)
The conservative radio host tells THR he is developing three original stories as theatrical films: one set in ancient history, one in modern history and a third he considers "faith-based."read more ...
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Star Bradley Cooper Promises Marvel Fans Will Be ‘Blown Away’ (Video)
Marvel fans, prepare to be “blown away” when “Guardians of the Galaxy” hits theaters on Aug. 1. Bradley Cooper raised already-high expectations in a new TV spot (above) for the...
‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Final Trailer Reunites Wolverine, Xavier and Magneto (Video)
An “X-Men: Days of Future Past” clip presented at the MTV Movie Awards Sunday showed a battle against the Sentinels in the future, but the third and final trailer teases how it will begin ...
Megyn Kelly Rips Jenny McCarthy on Vaccine Flip-Flop: ‘She Raised a Lot of People's Fears About This!’ (Video)
Is Jenny McCarthy lying? Fox News host Megyn Kelly was shocked by Jenny McCarthy's recent assertion that she wasn't anti-vaccine in a Chicago Sun-Times op-ed and played a greatest hits montage...
Mets’ Minor League Team Is Hosting ‘Seinfeld’ Night, Complete With Puffy Shirts and Cereal
Jerry Seinfeld wore his Mets fandom on his sleeve during the long run of his eponymous sitcom, and now, one of the team's minor league affiliates is returning the favor. Quite literally, in fact. ...

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