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Wes Anderson: in a world of his own

To his fans, Wes Anderson's idiosyncratic films are things of wonder. Detractors, however, consider the Texan director's style fussy and mannered. Will his latest, The Grand Budapest Hotel, help settle the argument?

Glenn Beck Moves Into Movie Production (Exclusive)

The conservative radio host tells THR he is developing three original stories as theatrical films: one set in ancient history, one in modern history and a third he considers "faith-based." read more

Lucy Hood, innovative TV executive, dies at 56

Lucy Hood, a television industry executive who made audience participation a staple in American living rooms when she introduced text voting to “American Idol,” the Fox megahit singing contest, died Wednesday in Los Angeles. She was 56.

'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' recruits Johnny Knoxville, Tony Shalhoub

Michael Bay's upcoming "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" reboot has revealed "Jackass" skipper Johnny Knoxville and "Monk," "Pain & Gain" and "Men in Black" actor Tony Shalhoub as prominent cast members.

NBC Orders Charles Manson Drama Starring David Duchovny

David Duchovny has lined up a killer follow-up role to Californication. The Golden Globe winner will star on Aquarius, a new NBC series about the real-life serial killer Charles Manson, the network announced on Monday. In the drama, which has received a 13-episode order, Duchovny will play ...

NBC Orders 13 Episodes of David Duchovny Period Drama on the Hunt for Charles Manson

David Duchovny may not be returning as Fox Mulder any time soon, but any "X-Files" fans missing the site of the show's former leading man carrying a gun and a badge can rejoice. NBC has placed a 13 episode, straight-to-series order for "Aquarius," a 1960s set show focusing on an LAPD sergeant's hunt for Charles Manson, according to Variety.  "Event series are a big priority for us, and the ...

Hulu Taps Erwich to Lead Content Strategy

Hulu has named Craig Erwich as the company’s new head of content, according to a statement written by CEO Mike Hopkins

End of an Internet Era: Television Without Pity Gets Shuttered

It was announced today that NBCUniversal would be closing down two venerable digital properties next week: Daily Candy and Television Without Pity.  In particular, Television Without Pity — TWoP in the parlance of our times, and for brevity's sake, because if today's news has taught us anything, it's that time is fleeting and nothing lasts forever —had a huge impact on the internet landscape

Christopher Meloni is 'going retro with my career'

Christopher Meloni is in a '90s kind of mood.His new FOX comedy, “Surviving Jack,” and his upcoming indie film, “Small Time,” are both set in the days of beepers, CDs, and VCRs. In both projects, Meloni plays a father trying to do his best by his children, but the journeys couldn’t differ more.        

Hollywood Filmmakers Help the Gun Industry Stay Rich

Hollywood's elite might be gun-hating liberals, but the gun companies don't care. Thanks to the film industry, they're too busy shooting shit and exercising the best amendment of them all: getting rich as fuck. Read more...        

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