Netflix to Add In-App Billing to Its Android App, Courtesy of Google Play
Netflix wants to make it easier for Android users to pay for their monthly subscription fees: The company is getting ready to roll out in-app billing for Android, according to release notes published...
‘Going Clear,’ ‘The Jinx,’ ‘What Happened, Miss Simone’ Named 2015 Peabody Awards Winners
HBO’s documentaries scored high marks from the annual Peabody Awards, winning nods for four of its efforts: the Scientology expose “Going Clear”; an intimate exploration of autism, &...
LA Film Festival Unveils 42 World Premieres
The LA Film Festival has announced its competition lineup of 42 world premieres with 43% of the films directed by women and 38% of the films by people of color. “Curating films for LA audiences ...
Twin Peaks Full Crew Announced: David Lynch Reunites With Several Collaborators
Yesterday there was big news for "Twin Peaks" fans: Showtime, series creator and director David Lynch, and writer and executive producer Mark Frost announced the full cast list for the ...
LA Film Festival Unveils Full Lineup: 42 World Premieres in U.S. Fiction, Documentary and Other Sections
Film Independent has unveiled the full lineup for the 22nd Los Angeles Film Festival, which begins in Culver City on June 1. 42 world premieres have been chosen for the U.S. Fiction, Documentary, Worl...
Pamela Wasserstein Named CEO of New York Magazine Publisher New York Media
Pamela Wasserstein has taken over as CEO of New York Media, the company that publishes New York Magazine, and manages the web properties The Cut, Daily Intelligencer, Grub Street and the Science of Us...
Johnny Manziel Faces Jail Time Over Domestic Violence Charge
A grand jury indicted troubled free agent NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel on Tuesday for a misdemeanor charge stemming from a domestic violence complaint filed by his ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley. Th...
Exclusive: Grasshopper Film Picks Up Robert Greene's Sundance Winner 'Kate Plays Christine'
Grasshopper Film has announced today their acquisition of all U.S. distribution rights to Robert Greene's critically acclaimed documentary "Kate Plays Christine." Starring Kate Ly...
With Fewer Ads, What Will ‘Saturday Night Live’ Look Like Next Fall?
Come this autumn, “Saturday Night Live” could showcase some of its most eyebrow-raising material in years. Cast members and recurring characters come and go on NBC’s venerable late-night mainst...
Critic's Notebook: Beyonce's 'Lemonade' Boasts Dizzying Array of Cinematic Styles
Beyonce's visual album is a rich slice of cinema, mixing styles and tones and evolving from self-portrait to political statement. read more
Bill Cosby Heading to Court for Criminal Assault Case in May
Bill Cosby has another date with the judge in May. The scandal-battered comedian will appear in court on May 24 in the criminal assault case brought against him, according to court papers filed Tuesda...
'Alien' Day: Neill Blomkamp Celebrates 4/26 by Releasing Newt Concept Art From Upcoming Film
Alien day A photo posted by Brownsnout (@neillblomkamp) on Apr 25, 2016 at 7:28pm PDT Studio-supported "fan days" are increasingly en vogue, with the "Star Wars"-centric May ...
Michael Strahan Moves Up His Last Day on ‘Live’ With Kelly Ripa
Michel Strahan’s last day on “Live with Kelly and Michael” will be Friday, May 13 and he will appear on “Good Morning America” part time over the summer before joining th...
Beyonce’s Curves Photoshopped by W Magazine, Fans Allege (Photo)
Fans are slamming W Magazine, saying it photoshopped a picture of Beyonce to slim down her legs and curves. “Jesus these ain’t even her legs!! Photoshopping is getting absurd! Get real,&...
Michael Strahan Will Exit 'Live!' on May 13
The co-host, who was originally set to exit this summer, will step down in May.read more
YouTube Revamps Mobile App’s Recommendations
YouTube is giving its mobile “Home” a spring cleaning. Tuesday, the online-video giant said it redesigned the “Home” tab of its app to accommodate bigger images, assign grea...
Gordon Ramsay, All3Media Launch TV Production Studio
Chef and reality show tyrant Gordon Ramsay is launching a TV production studio with All3Media, he announced Tuesday. Together they’ll develop and produce both scripted and unscripted programs un...
New York Times Will Close Paris Print, Editing Operations
The New York Times announced Tuesday that it will close its editing and pre-press print production operations in Paris, a move that will eliminate roughly 70 jobs. The Paris news bureau and advertisin...
Wunderman New York's New Creative Chief Brings Strong Tech and Data Expertise
Wunderman New York announced today that it has a new chief creative officer. Sami Thessman will take on the role, joining the agency from Havas Worldwide where he served as executive creative direc...
Kerry Washington Signs Overall Deal With ABC Studios
Kerry Washington has signed a new overall deal with ABC Studios, the production arm behind her Shondaland drama “Scandal,” TheWrap has learned. The two-year deal is made under her new prod...

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