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The Directors Guild of America on Wednesday announced nominees in the television categories of the annual DGA Awards, recognizing the behind-the-scenes talent of shows including "Mad Men" and "Homeland" as well as familiar faces such as Lena Dunham, Louis...
24 FramesThe L.A. Film Festival is dabbling in television this year, showcasing two programs: AMC's "Breaking Bad" and HBO's "The Newsroom."...
The Big PictureIn corporate America, it's no longer a surprise to see a woman running a giant company like EBay or Hewlett-Packard. But in Hollywood, where actresses have far shorter careers than actors do, and it's accepted practice to pay male stars......
Company TownMatthew McConaughey, Bradley Cooper or ... an alien? Each will carry a new film at the box office this weekend, but moviegoers may have a difficult time choosing between the two handsome leading men and a decidedly less attractive protagonist.......
Brand XNeil Patrick Harris zings Eric Braeden: Don't cross NPH! The "How I Met Your Mother" actor fired off some legendary tweets (including the term "D-bag") after soap opera star Eric Braeden allegedly pulled out of a guest spot on the comedy at the last...
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 23 - 29 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Jan. 23 - 29 in PDF format (alternate link) Weekly TV Listings can also be found at:......
Brand XAs film festivals go, Austin's South by Southwest has typically played second fiddle to more established industry gatherings such as Sundance and Cannes, but that may be beginning to change. This year, the event -- better known for its concurrent music...
VarietyIn the midst of a career resurgence following his casting as the villain in "RoboCop," Michael Keaton has become attached to direct the indie dramedy "Buttercup" for Michael London's Groundswell Prods. Keaton replaces Niki Caro on the Alice O'Neil-...
Tags: Mark Wahlberg, Larry David, MGM Inc., Michael Keaton, Jon Hamm
It is probably not accurate and certainly not provable to say Phil Wenz willed Santa's Village back into being. But it's not a crazy thing to believe either. After the northwest suburban amusement park closed in May 2006, Wenz helped organize the auction...
Zap2ItThe animated extraterrestrial here isn't too family-friendly ... thanks to writers and co-stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, whose edgy satires also include "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz." They play a couple of British visitors to America who cross...
Sucker Punch Director Zack Snyder (“Watchmen,” “300”) returns with another action-heavy fantasy - this one a lot more estrogen-friendly than his previous work. Five young women (Emily Browning, Abbie Cornish (above center),...
Special to The Herald-MailYou know that move you do with your hand when you're unimpressed with something? The one where you stick your palm down, you either lay it flat or cup it slightly, and you tilt it from side to side? Perhaps no film has ever made me want to do that move...
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