Super Bowl Ads: GoDaddy May Be Up To Its Old Tricks
GoDaddy has done a lot of growing up since it first advertised in the Super Bowl in 2005. Now, a stunt it pulled Tuesday suggests the company is reverting back to its infancy. GoDaddy seems to have p...
Sundance Review: Michael Fassbender Vehicle 'Slow West' Gives the American Western an Unsatisfying Makeover
Anyone walking into "Slow West" expecting all the fixings of a typical western will be in for a curveball. The first feature from Kiwi director John Maclean, produced with funding from the B...
Sundance Film Review: ‘Finders Keepers’
As hysterical as it is insightful, "Finders Keepers" finds the humanity behind a TV news freak show.
Sly Stone Wins $5 Million Verdict in Lawsuit Against Former Manager and Attorney
Funk singer Sly Stone has been awarded $5 million by a Los Angeles jury in his lawsuit against a former manager and attorney he claimed diverted royalties from his music for their own benefit. The Los...
Nat Geo Puts Programming up to Viewer Vote With ‘Would You Rather’
It’s a subreddit, an R-rated party game, a Golden Globes joke and now Would You Rather is a Nat Geo Wild social media programming poll. The network has devised a unique way to let viewers vote on...
Will Smith’s ‘Concussion’ Drama Set for Christmas Release
Sony Pictures has dated its Will Smith drama “Concussion” for Christmas Day — a week after the arrival of Disney-Marvel’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Smith porr...
Film Review: ‘Dreamcatcher’
There are certain documentaries that thrive on a real-world version of movie-star magnetism, and in volunteer social worker Brenda Myers-Powell, "Dreamcatcher" has found itself something of a supernov...
James Franco on ‘I Am Michael’ and Getting Sick from the Sony Hack
In “I Am Michael,” the controversial new drama that premieres on Thursday night at the Sundance Film Festival, James Franco plays former gay rights activist Michael Glatze, who in 2007 renounced h...
Apple Posts Record Revenue, Profits; Apple Watch ‘On Schedule’ to Ship in April
Apple’s first wearable, the Apple Watch, will become available in April, the company said during a record-breaking earnings call on Tuesday in which it announced the highest sales and most profi...
Sly Stone Wins $5M in Lawsuit Against Ex-Manager After Period of Homelessness
Legendary funk artist Sly Stone, who sued his former manager and an entertainment attorney, saying they diverted and misappropriated royalties owed him for more than 20 years, was awarded $5 million...
Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis’ ‘Jupiter Ascending’ to Premiere at Secret Sundance Screening
Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski‘s sci-fi space epic “Jupiter Ascending” will debut Tuesday at Sundance Film Festival as this year’s “secret screening,” an individ...
Sundance: Universal Pictures International Buys Foreign Rights to ‘The Witch’ (Exclusive)
Universal Pictures International Productions has acquired foreign rights to Robert Eggers’ “The Witch” in a deal that sources peg at $1.5 million, multiple individuals familiar with ...
Will Smith's NFL Concussion Drama Gets Christmas Day Release Date
The film, by writer-director Peter Landesman, is based on a GQ articleread more
Will Smith NFL Drama ‘Concussion’ Sets Release Date
Sony’s NFL concussion drama has been titled “Concussion” and has been scheduled for Christmas Day, 2015, the studio announced Tuesday. Peter Landesman wrote and directed the film wh...
CBS Orders Marti Noxon-Michael Seitzman Medical Drama ‘Code Black’
Marti Noxon is checking into the hospital with CBS. The network has ordered a pilot for the medical drama “Code Black,” which counts Noxon (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “G...
Will We Have to Say Goodbye to AOL's Joystiq?
One of the largest video game industry publications online, Joystiq, may be closing its doors in the upcoming weeks, re/code reported. The digital publication said that parent company AOL ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #37: James Ponsoldt Returns to the Festival With 'The End of the Tour'
James Ponsoldt is a Sundance veteran. After his 2006 debut, "Off the Black," he returned in 2012 and 2013 with "Smashed" and "The Spectacular Now" (respectively), and now...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #36: Irish Drug Drama 'Glassland' is a Big Thank You to Gerard Barrett's Parents
Fresh off of the acclaimed "Pilgrim Hill," director Gerard Barrett is now at Sundance to showcase his emotionally-rigorous exploration of family, addiction and crisis. "Glassland" ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #35: Kris Swanberg Had a Dream Cast and Crew for 'Unexpected'
"Unexpected" follows Samantha, a high school science teacher at a low-income school about to close, and she has just found out she's pregnant. Though her boyfriend, John, proposes and is thr...
Jay Roach to Direct Action Comedy 'Mad Dogs' for Warner Bros. (Exclusive)
Dan Lin ('The Lego Movie') is on board to produce the adaptation of the novel from 'Six Days of the Condor' author James Grady.read more

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