'Dodie & Cheryl Get Hitched' Finds Humor in the Fight For Marriage Equality
Here's your daily dose of an indie film, web series, TV pilot, what-have-you in progress -- at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a projec...
This Drug Maker Is Using Empowerment and Emojis to Reach Millennial Women
Brands creating empowerment campaigns for women is nothing new—there's even an award for it now. But a pharmaceutical company creating a platform to empower women's wellbeing? That'...
BAMcinématek Presents 'Ingrid Bergman Tribute' to Commemorate 'Casablanca' Star's Centennial Birthday
August 29 will mark the birth centennial of Swedish acting legend Ingrid Bergman. To commemorate her legacy, BAMcinématek is presenting a special "Ingrid Bergman Tribute." Taking plac...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Supporting Actor in a TV Movie/Limited Series
It doesn't look like the Film Academy is going to give Bill Murray an Oscar any time soon, so hopefully the TV Academy will do their part this year. Let's face it. Murray has certainly had better perf...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Supporting Actress in a TV Movie/Limited Series
Mo'Nique may have an Oscar, but Sarah Paulson has a "Horror Story." Every argument has a counter — no matter how silly — when it comes to predicting who should and will win an acting awa...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Actress in a TV Movie/Limited Series
Frances McDormand: an Oscar winner with a slew of other nominations and accolades earned throughout her prestigious career. Maggie Gyllenhaal: a young, well-respected talent who already has a Golden G...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Actor in a TV Movie/Limited Series
Richard Jenkins is the kind of terrific character actor so good at embodying the Average Joe's of this world (and others) that he's never really received proper recognition. This year marked his first...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
A six-time winner (including two in 2014), Allison Janney has almost as many trophies as she does competitors in 2015. Thanks to the TV Academy implementing its two-percent rule — stating any nomine...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Actress in a Comedy Series
It seems utterly inconceivable that Amy Poelher has never won an Emmy. Between her long-term stints on "Saturday Night Live," "Parks and Recreation," and hosting the Golden Globes ...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Actor in a Comedy Series
Many were worried before the nominations came out that Amazon didn't have a strong enough presence to get its breakout hit "Transparent" the attention it deserves. Now that Jill Soloway's dr...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
It may be early in the 2015 Emmys race, but this category is another in which a frontrunner is difficult to identify. Only two of last year's nominees returned (Peter Dinklage and Jim Carter) in ...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Let's just get this out of the way: Christina Hendricks absolutely deserves an Emmy. She's been nominated six times now, all in a row, and all for her iconic, delicately layered portrayal of Joan Harr...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Actor in a Drama Series
"Mad Men" has enjoyed a long and successful relationship with the TV Academy. Matthew Weiner's series won Best Drama at the Emmys for its first four seasons, among other numerous trophies. B...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Actress in a Drama Series
Unlike the other three drama acting categories, all the actresses nominated in 2014 for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series were eligible again this year. But four of them didn't make the cut anyway...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Comedy Series
Nostalgia is a very powerful weapon, but it goes both ways. Longing for the past can cover up the sins of the present, especially when it comes to television. Past nominees like "Louie," &qu...
2015 Emmy Predictions: Best Drama Series
When the Television Academy decided to change the rules this year, one television show above the rest seemed to be most affected: "Orange is the New Black." By restricting genre submissions ...
Wattpad's Native Ads Pitch in a TL;DR World? Consumers and Brands Love Long Reads
First the Serial podcast became wildly popular. Then President Barack Obama sat down for an interview with Marc Maron for the comedian's WTF program, and the audio-only format that is podcasting...
Watch: 'Fargo' Season 2 Trailer and Teasers Get Funky, Funny and Violent
After an incredible first year that earned the hit FX anthology series "Fargo" some hardware during awards season, expectations for the second installment are high. The new season adds Ted D...
If Iran Sanctions Lift, Will Ad Companies Rush In?
Sir Martin Sorrell, the WPP chief, has called Iran the last great, untapped market for growing his business. With a potential nuclear deal set to end some embargoes and perhaps begin integrating the...
Box-Office Preview: 'Pixels,' 'Paper Towns' Prepare for Battle With 'Ant-Man,' 'Minions'
Jake Gyllenhaal's 'Southpaw' also debuts this weekend at the North American box office. read more

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