Michael Lombardo on Leaving HBO, What He Will (and Won't) Do Next and 'Vinyl' Regrets
"I have a lot of relationships, there are people I’m excited to work with in different capacities in the future, and my intention is to do that for HBO," says the outgoing programming president read...
5 Reasons Why ‘Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising’ Sputtered at Box Office
With an all-star cast led by Seth Rogen, “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising,” fell far short of expectations this weekend as it opened to $21.8 million domestically. That’s less than half...
2016 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet Arrivals
Model Meredith Mickelson makes a splash at 2016 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday The 2016 Billboard Music Awards marks one of music’s biggest nights as nominees and would be winners...
‘Bob’s Burgers’ Review: How the Fox Cartoon Became a Survivor Over Six Seasons
Not too many original television shows make it to 100 episodes anymore, due to a combination of network impatience and the rise of the cable/streaming model, in which series get seasonal orders of 10,...
Joss Whedon Reveals Clues About His New, Non-Marvel Script (Exclusive)
Joss Whedon may be on a break from Marvel movies and comic book-branded TV shows, but Hollywood’s hottest director is definitely working on a script. And TheWrap has learned its basic premise. &...
17 Biggest Winners and Losers of Cannes Film Festival 2016
A bold and brash Cannes Film Festival came to an end on Sunday evening in the south of France with a surprising batch of awards, crowning Ken Loach‘s low-key drama “I, Daniel Blake” ...
‘X-Men: Apocalypse': Who’s Who in Enormous Roster of Mutants (Photos)
The newest “X-Men” film has an astonishing number of characters to keep track of — this brief explainer should help you sort ‘em out “X-Men: Apocalypse” is here, an...
'I, Daniel Blake' Reviews: Ken Loach's Surprise Palme d'Or Winner Receives Mixed Reactions from Cannes
The Cannes Film Festival awards have been announced, with the jury led by George Miller delivering two major surprises: Xavier Dolan's "It's Only the End of the World" won the Grand Prix (se...
Arthouse Audit: 'Weiner' is a Box Office Winner with the Year's Biggest Documentary Opening
"Weiner" became the year's strongest documentary opener this weekend, and topped "Maggie's Plan" -- but both films did well enough to warrant significant expansions. Meanwhile...
HBO Shakeup: Casey Bloys Named President of Programming
Michael Lombardo, whose abrupt exit was announced Friday, will segue into a producer deal with the premium network.read more
Gillian Anderson Would Be Thrilled to Play 'Jane Bond' When Daniel Craig Leaves Series
Today in potential dream-casting, Gillian Anderson's name has come up in a fan campaign to name the next James Bond. Daniel Craig is said to be done with the long-running spy franchise after starring ...
Jaden Smith’s New ’70s Look Revealed in Sneak Peek for Netflix Series ‘The Get Down’
A colorful pictorial showing Jaden Smith with an Afro appears in Vogue’s first look at Baz Luhrmann‘s highly anticipated Netflix musical series “The Get Down.” The series chro...
'Star Trek: Axanar' Lawsuit to Be Dropped by Studio: J.J. Abrams Says Fan-Made Film Will Go Forward
"Star Trek" has amassed one of the most devoted fanbases in film and television history. A recent in case in point is "Prelude to Axanar," a crowdfunded short film made by fans tha...
How MSNBC Primary Wiz Steve Kornacki Makes Delegate Counts Cool
It’s safe to say that Steve Kornacki didn’t become a political numbers wiz for the fame. And yet, the 36-year-old MSNBC host has somehow emerged this election season as his network’...
Patricia Arquette Renews Attack on Wage Inequality, Child Poverty at UN Event
Armed with jarring statistics, Patricia Arquette took her famous 2015 Oscar speech on wage equality up a few notches at the inaugural HeForShe Media Summit in Los Angeles on Saturday night. “I...
Ken Loach’s ‘I, Daniel Blake’ Wins Cannes Film Festival’s Palme d’Or
In a huge surprise, Ken Loach‘s working-class drama “I, Daniel Blake” has won the Palme d’Or as the best film of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. It marks the veteran British dir...
Andy Samberg Drops NSFW Video for ‘F- Bin Laden’ Slow Jam (Video)
Leave it to Andy Samberg and his Lonely Island crew of Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone to write a sexy slow jam with NSFW lyrics about slain al-Qaeda terrorist Osama bin Laden. On Sunday, Samberg dro...
'Elle' Review Roundup: Paul Verhoeven's Controversial Return Draws Universal Acclaim For Isabelle Huppert
Paul Verhoeven's "Elle" was among the surprise inclusions in the Cannes Film Festival this year, but early reviews indicate that the "Basic Instinct" and "Showgirls" dire...
Cannes: Ken Loach Wins His Second Palme d’Or for ‘I, Daniel Blake’
The final awards ceremony of the 69th Cannes Film Festival has concluded, with veteran British filmmaker Ken Loach winning the second Palme d’Or of his career for the impassioned protest drama &...
‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Launches With Massive $103.3 Million Internationally
Fox’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” has launched impressively in the international marketplace with $103.3 million in box office havoc from 20,596 screens in 75 markets — a week ahead of...

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