'Game of Thrones' Photos: Arya Eyes Her Target and Tommen Looks for Ser Pounce in 'Blood of My Blood'
The most recent episode of "Game of Thrones" was the kind that gets viewers to threaten giving up on the show entirely, so emotionally draining was it to see yet another fan favorite (or two...
Variety Nominated for 27 Los Angeles Press Club Awards
Variety has been nominated for 27 Southern California Journalism Awards presented by the Los Angeles Press Club, including one for Variety’s special Marriage Equality issue, one for senior film writ...
Starz Moves ‘Power,’ ‘Survivor’s Remorse’ to Sundays This Summer
Premium cabler Starz, which has aired most of its scripted originals on Saturday, is making a move to Sunday nights this summer. The network announced Wednesday that its most popular show, “Powe...
Janus Films Picks Up Kirsten Johnson's Award-Winning Documentary 'Cameraperson' – Exclusive
Janus Films have acquired all North American rights to Kirsten Johnson's highly acclaimed first-person documentary "Cameraperson," which debuted earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festiv...
How Whisper Mastered Facebook's Algorithm and Sold Ads With First-Party Data
Twitter and Pinterest have Facebook pages, but they only typically get a few hundred likes and reactions per post. Whisper, to the naked eye for anyone scanning its Facebook page, clearly outperfor...
Instagram Code Reveals 4 Potential New Features, Including Paying to Boost Posts
Instagram appears to be bringing analytics to business profiles, but that may not be the only new advertiser-targeted feature it's cooking up. Elliott Murray, head of innovation at Socia...
Why Neil Young Supports Bernie Sanders but Is Cool With Donald Trump Using His Song
Canadian rocker Neil Young isn’t a Donald Trump supporter, but that doesn’t mean he minds the presumptive GOP nominee using his music at rallies. Although Young’s management company ...
Priyanka Chopra Fans Upset She's Not Featured On First 'Baywatch' Poster: 'They Always Leave Out The Asian'
The first "Baywatch" poster for the upcoming film was recently released which includes Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron. Staged as a greeting card and featuring the team of lifeguards, some fans...
'Morgan' Trailer: Kate Mara Gets a Crash Course in Artificial Intelligence in Luke Scott's Directorial Debut
The most endearing, frustrating aspect of movies about science experiments gone wrong is their characters' utter refusal to learn from earlier movies about science experiments gone wrong. Kate Mara is...
'Girl Flu' Exclusive Clip: A Young Girl Learns About Tampons For The First Time
Dorie Barton's "Girl Flu" follows Bird (Jade Pettyjohn), a thoughtful sixth grader whose emotional maturity far outpaces her body development. When her first period arrives in an embarrassin...
Disney’s Bob Iger Blasts Bernie Sanders on Private Facebook Post: ‘What Have You Contributed to the US Economy?’ (Exclusive)
Disney CEO Bob Iger erupted in frustration against Bernie Sanders’ attacks on Disney’s low wages and Iger’s sky-high salary, asking in a private Facebook post obtained by TheWrap: ...
Joss Whedon Would Return to Marvel for a Female-Driven Superhero Movie
Joss Whedon is currently done with the world of Marvel in favor of an original script he's writing about "a girl who goes through some unbelievable sh-t," but there is one thing that would t...
Hulk Hogan $140 Million Sex Tape Verdict Upheld by Judge
Hulk Hogan has once again body-slammed Gawker in the legal arena. The former wrestler, who earlier this year was awarded $140 million in damages from Gawker after the media blog published portions of...
TV Review: ‘The Dresser’
Actors are not like everyone else, and that assessment is both a compliment and a diagnosis in “The Dresser,” a play by Ronald Harwood that has been turned into a claustrophobic but ultimately aff...
Todd Garner’s Broken Road Partners With Covert Media
Todd Garner’s Broken Road Productions has signed a two-year first-look deal with Covert Media covering co-financing and co-production. Broken Road’s films have included the two “Paul...
Game-Based Movies Like ‘Assassin’s Creed’ and ‘Tomb Raider’ Bank On Top-Shelf Talent
Game-based movies like "Assassin's Creed" and "Tomb Raider" are banking on stars like Michael Fassbinder and Alicia Vikander to boost performance.
Facebook Is Shutting Down Its Desktop-Based Ad Retargeting Exchange
Facebook is shutting down Facebook Exchange and moving advertisers to newer products in a coordinated effort to focus more heavily on the social network's mobile-first advertising products. A...
British Columbia Reduces Production Incentives But Expects Little Impact
Vancouver is hot. There are at least 47 productions currently shooting in the city and in the province of British Columbia, including Netflix’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” the second seaso...
The 20 Best Sci-Fi Movies of the Last 20 Years
At some point since IndieWire launched 20 years ago, the present started to catch up with the future that movies imagined for it. “Rollerball” was set in 2005, “The Postman” took place in 2013...
Andy Samberg: ‘Popstar’ Is ‘Amalgam of Everything Happening in Pop Music Right Now’
“You walk into The Lonely Island guys’ machine. You walk into their vision. And it’s going to be funnier than what you can think of,” said Michael Bolton at the New York City premiere of “Po...

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