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Oscars 2017 Documentary Shortlist Analysis: Netflix Edges Out HBO, and Other Snubs and Surprises
The Oscar documentarians will now refine this list of 15 — which shockingly does not include HBO — to the final five. Who will make the final cut?
Zooey Deschanel Claims Manager Brought Strangers Into Her Dressing Room While She Was Changing
The actress filed a cross-complaint after being sued by management firm Seven Summits in December 2015.
‘Tri’ Exclusive Clip: New Sports Drama Examines What It Takes to Complete a Triathlon
VOD distributor Under The Milky Way will release the film on digital HD on December 13.
WWE Chief Financial Officer Lays Out Timeline for Continued China Expansion
WWE chief strategy and financial officer George Barrios laid out the professional wrestling company’s timeline for their ongoing China expansion. “As far as where do we have more to do, [...
If You Tweet an Emoji at Google's Account, It Will Link to Local Search Results
Google wants to understand the language of emoji. The tech giant today launched a fun feature that lets people tweet emojis at the brand's Twitter account. For each tweet people send, Google ...
Will ‘Office Christmas Party’ Wrestle Down ‘Moana’ at Weekend Box Office?
It’s unclear if Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman-led ensemble comedy “Office Christmas Party” will have enough mistletoe to boot Disney’s “Moana” from first position...
Why Electoral College Electors Are Free to Vote Their Consciences
A Texas elector is drawing attention for saying he won’t vote for Donald Trump when the Electoral College convenes in two weeks. And legally, there’s nothing anyone can do about it. R...
Sundance 2017: Shorts Program Features Kristen Stewart, Annabelle Dexter-Jones
The Sundance Film Festival has unveiled 68 titles for its Shorts program, which will screen in addition to complement their U.S. Dramatic, Documentary, Next and World competitive slates. From a form...
Sundance 2017 Announces Short Selections, With New Films From Kristen Stewart, Laura Poitras and Many More
Discover the next generation of indie filmmaking with Sundance's robust short film slate.
‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Westworld,’ ‘Outlander’ Lead ASC TV Nominees
“Game of Thrones” scored two nominations, the most of any TV show, for the The American Society of Cinematographers’ 31st annual Outstanding Achievement Awards. The HBO hit’s d...
Instagram Users Can Now Like (and Disable) Comments
Everybody who's ever said something witty underneath a photo or video on Instagram will now have a way to get Insta-awarded. Today, Instagram announced users can now like user comments in ...
Matt Damon Addresses ‘The Great Wall’ Whitewashing Controversy, Says Role Wasn’t Altered for Him
He also blames the drama on click-bait stories and fake news.
‘Toni Erdmann,’ ‘Neruda’ Among Foreign Language Contenders at Palm Springs Film Festival
Pablo Larraín’s “Neruda” and Maren Ade’s “Toni Erdmann” are among the high-profile foreign language films that will compete for the FIPRESCI Award at this yearR...
Why John Goodman’s ’10 Cloverfield Lane’ Performance Deserves Oscar Attention — Consider This
He may not be an Oscar frontrunner, but Goodman delivers one of the year's best performances in "10 Cloverfield Lane," and deserves more recognition.
The 20 Highest Grossing Indies of 2016 (A Running List)
Refreshed weekly, here's a chart of 2016's twenty highest grossing specialty films (so far).
Selena’s Father Sues Over TV Project About Singer’s Life
The father of deceased singer Selena is suing over a television project about his daughter’s life, according to court papers obtained by TheWrap. In the suit, filed in Texas on Dec. 2, Abraham Q...
Oscars: What the Doc Shortlist Got Right and Wrong, and Which of the 15 Will Make the Final 5
THR's awards analyst dissects the 15 selections, points out noteworthy inclusions (no fewer than three docs about race in America) and omissions (not a single doc from HBO) and offers his initial proj...
‘Star Wars’ China Challenge: Can ‘Rogue One’ Take Off After ‘Force Awakens’ Disappointment?
Disney is pulling out all the stops to make sure the next film in arguably its most important franchise is a massive hit in the world’s second-biggest market. But “Rogue One: A Star Wars S...
Nicole Clemens Exits FX for Anonymous; Gina Balian, Jonathan Frank Expand Roles
FX’s executive vice president of drama and comedy development is taking on a new challenge: Nicole Clemens is heading to Anonymous Content, where she’ll be manager and producer. To fill he...
FX Executive Shake-Up: Nicole Clemens Exits; Gina Balian, Jonathan Frank Roles Expanded
Balian will add drama and comedy, Frank will expand FX Productions' sales output and Clemens will join Anonymous Content.read more