How 'Game of Thrones,' 'Hannibal' and Other TV Inspired Beautiful (Classical) Music
The dramatic opening credits sequence of "Game of Thrones" has become one of the most recognizable on television, thanks to the intricate, gear-wound map that comes to life and the sweeping ...
Alan Ladd Jr.'s Wife Accuses Bill Cosby of Rape: "It Was Obvious … He Had Had Sex With Me"
Cindra Ladd is just the latest in a series of women who've accused the comedian of drugging and sexually assaulting them.read more
Electronic Dance Music Goes Mainstream As Older Millennials Start Listening
As brands struggle to reach millennials, they're turning to a once-underground genre of music that is managing to capture a large, social media-savvy audience: electronic dance music, or EDM. A...
Brands Are Already Shoveling Out Real-Time Marketing Around #Blizzardof2015
Brands are wasting little time tweeting around #Blizzardof2015 and #Snowmageddon2015, two hashtags already trending nationally. Toyota and GoToMyPC, a mobile app, are buying Promoted Tweets around ...
Scientology Creates Twitter Account to Discredit New Movie
"The Church never sought special treatment, only fair treatment," writes the Church of Scientology.read more
TV Ratings: SAG Awards Dim in Sunday Return
Shifting from Saturday night, the show drops 13 percent from last year.read more
'X-Men' Live-Action Series in the Works at Fox
With '24's' Manny Coto and Evan Katz overseeing, and 'Star Trek 3's' Patrick McKay and J.D. Payne writing. read more
Watch: Actors and Filmmakers Answer 'What's Your Favorite Movie That No One Has Seen?'
The Academy Originals series continues to provide viewers a behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood. This time, they asked actors, screenwriters, directors and producers what their favorite movie is ...
David Tennant to Play Villain in Marvel's 'Jessica Jones' for Netflix
Marking the 'Doctor Who' alum's latest stateside role after Fox's 'Gracepoint.'read more
Oscars: The Best Lines From This Year's Adapted Screenplay Nominees
It takes a special kind of talent to turn books into movies — or, in Damien Chazelle's case, turn a short film into a longer one.read more
Why Volvo Wants You Tweeting During Their Competitors' Super Bowl Ads
Volvo won't be a Super Bowl advertiser this weekend, but several of its competitors will be—a fact the Swedish automaker plans to use for its own benefit. With a promo called "The Gr...
Fifty Shades of What? See the S&M Romance 'The Duke of Burgundy' Instead
[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. Today's pick, "The Duke of Burgundy," is available now...
2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Indiewire will provide updates of our predictions for the 87th Academy Awards through February 22nd, when the winners are announced. Here is our current prediction for the Best Makeup and Hairsty...
TV Ratings: Miss Universe Pageant Reigns in Sunday Return
The NBC telecast more than doubles last year's modest demo showing as it shifts away from Saturday.read more
2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Visual Effects
Indiewire will provide updates of our predictions for the 87th Academy Awards through February 22nd, when the winners are announced. Here is our current prediction for the Best Visual Effects Osc...
DiGa Duo Sell 'Ed Bassmaster Show,' Singing Series, More (Exclusive)
MTV vets Tony DiSanto, Liz Gateley are also developing unscripted series with Sean Hayes and Kristin Cavallari.read more
'Selma' Director, Star Team for Hurricane Katrina Drama
The director is teaming with Participant Media to develop a film chronicling a sweeping love story and complex murder mystery set against the backdrop of the devastating hurricane of 2005.read more ...
Watch: Shopping Gets Racial in Revealing 'Girlhood' Exclusive Clip
In Celine Sciamma's festival darling "Girlhood," newcomer Karidja Toure stars as Marieme, a 15-year-old in a difficult family situation and uninterested in an education. When she meets ...
All the Sundance 2015 Acquisitions As They Come In
Now that the 2015 Sundance Film Festival is well underway, expect more and more acquisition news as distributors bid on the rights to all of the festival's hottest properties. Since sales can break at...
Oscars: The Best Lines From This Year's Original Screenplay Nominees
It's a who's who of the scribes who penned some of 2014's best dialogue, in their own (characters') words.read more

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