‘Homeland’ Director Lesli Linka Glatter is Fearless (Emmy Video)
Lesli Linka Glatter was discovered by Steven Spielberg, directed "Now and Then," found a home in television and has soared on Showtime's CIA drama "Homeland," scoring three Season 5 Emmy nominations. ...
Comic-Con 2016: 7 News Stories You Need To Know, Now
We know Comic-Con can be a little overwhelming, so here's what you need to know now that's it's all said and done.
Margot Robbie Also Thought Her Vanity Fair Cover Story Was ‘Really Weird’ (Video)
Even Margot Robbie was weirded out by her Vanity Fair cover story. In an interview on Network Ten’s “The Project,” Robbie said her interview with Rich Cohen, a Vanity Fair contribu...
Comic-Con 2016: Biggest Hits and Misses From the TV Panels
The dust has settled from Comic-Con 2016, and while Warner Bros. and Marvel’s film divisions wowed the crowd with sneak peeks at the likes of “Wonder Woman,” “Justice League,&#...
Samira Wiley Cast in Hulu’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Alongside Elisabeth Moss
Poussey and Peggy are together at last.
TV News Roundup: Alicia Silverstone to Star in Kyle Richards’ TV Land Pilot
Alicia Silverstone is joining the “Real Housewives” world — kind of. Also in today’s TV news roundup, a “Nashville” alum has booked a role on Fox’s “R...
‘Sing Street’ Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Clip: John Carney Talks Casting Two Young Leads
The film will be released on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD and On Demand on July 26th.
16 Famous Faces You’ll See at the DNC
Rosario Dawson Rosario Dawson, perhaps the most outspoken Hollywood Sanders supporter said she is heading to Philadelphia to protest the DNC after internal party emails released by Wikileaks suggested...
Lindsay Lohan Asks for Privacy, Gets Mocked Instead
Lindsay Lohan is asking for privacy after an apparently rough weekend, but she mostly seems to be receiving ridicule instead. The “Mean Girls” star took to Instagram on Monday to request t...
Michael Jordan Breaks Silence on Police Brutality, ‘Cowardly’ Retalliation
Michael Jordan of NBA fame released a statement to ESPN’s “The Undefeated” to speak out about police brutality and race relations on Monday. “I am saddened and frustrated by t...
Broadway Box Office: ‘Shuffle Along’ Shuffles Off as ‘Cats’ Calls Crowds
Broadway box office took a dip last week in what could be the first of several weeks of gradually tapering sales on the way down to Labor Day — especially now that some productions are starti...
MTV’s ‘True Life’ to Feature Special on Orlando Shooting Survivors
MTV is honoring the victims of the Orlando anti-LGBT shooting with a special episode of the documentary series “True Life,” titled “True Life: We Are Orlando.” The special, wh...
ThinkProgress Ratifies Writers Guild Contract
The editorial staff of digital news site ThinkProgress has ratified its first contract since its became unionized by the Writers Guild of America East last year. The collective bargaining agreement, s...
How MSNBC’s Jacob Soboroff Is Making His Mark on Campaign 2016
PHILADELPHIA — When he was not even three years old, Jacob Soboroff drew some dials on a cardboard box, cut a hole to create a “screen” and popped himself inside to air his first news report...
Democratic Party Apologizes to Bernie Sanders for ‘Inexcusable Remarks’ in Leaked Emails
The Democratic National Committee issued a formal apology to Bernie Sanders on Monday for leaked emails that suggested party’s leadership conspired against the Vermont senator during the primar...
Infographic: How Trump and Clinton Stack Up on Facebook and Twitter
How seriously should we take social media sentiment when it comes to predicting who the next president of the United States will be? At first glance, it might seem that millions of mentions acros...
Why Oliver Stone’s ‘Snowden’ Belonged at Comic-Con
The upcoming biopic by one of America's "most patriotic filmmakers" (Joseph Gordon-Levitt's words) had a big day at last week's Comic-Con. But why?
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 1: Networks Need to Go Big or Go Home
The Television Critics Association press tour, otherwise known as the Death March With Cocktails, kicks off Wednesday. More than ever, networks need to get noticed or go home. read more
Raunchy Comedy ‘Laid in America’ With YouTube Stars KSI, Caspar Lee Gets Release Dates
“Laid In America,” a ribald buddy comedy toplined by digital stars KSI and Caspar Lee, will be released Sept. 26 in the U.K. and the following day in the U.S. The feature-length movie will have ...
New To Netflix: ‘The Little Prince’ & ‘XOXO’ Coming In August
Plus, two new Netflix documentaries — "Fearless" and "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" — coming in August as well.

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