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  • Why Hearst Thinks AwesomenessTV Is Worth $325 Million

    Hearst made another big bet this week that its future lies in digital media, writing a check for $81.25 million to take a 25% stake in DreamWorks Animation's AwesomenessTV. The deal gives AwesomenessTV an implied valuation of $325 million -- nearly...
  • ‘Hobbit: Five Armies': Stephen Colbert interviews Smaug

     
    The villainous dragon Smaug brought fire, smoke and more than a few zings to “The Colbert Report” as Stephen Colbert's […]...
  • ‘Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies': Luke Evans on Bard, battle

     
    Adapting J.R.R. Tolkien's 300-page story “The Hobbit” into a movie trilogy gave the filmmakers plenty of room to develop supporting […]...
  • Who will be Oscar's winning man?

    "HE who is guilty is the one that has much to say," goes the West African proverb. OVER THE weekend I decided I'd give the 1942 Bette Davis/Monty Woolley/Ann Sheridan movie version of "The Man Who Came to Dinner" another chance. It had been a great stage...
  • 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1' wins slow weekend at box office

    “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1” stayed at No. 1 for the third weekend in a row in a traditionally slow weekend at the box office. Audiences tend to shy away from theaters the weekend after Thanksgiving to instead partakes in...
  • 'Foxcatcher' star Channing Tatum still wrestling with his ambitions

    'Foxcatcher' star Channing Tatum still wrestling with his ambitions
    Making "Foxcatcher" wasn't fun for Channing Tatum. And he's the kind of guy who likes to have fun. He was named People's "Sexiest Man Alive" in 2012 — not an honor for any actor who takes himself too seriously. This year he did a TV show with...
  • 'Hobbit' Finale Hits $26.2 Million Internationally in First Two Days

    "The Hobbit" franchise is ending with a bang, with first-place openings in 17 international markets on Thursday and a two-day total of $26.6 million for Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies." Russian moviegoers gave "Armies" the...
  • Sony Emails Reveal Failed Efforts to Recruit 'Lego' Directors to Run Animation Unit

    Stolen emails from Sony Pictures reveal the studio tried and failed last summer to recruit Phil Lord and Chris Miller to take over its animation division. The emails from the hacked documents, obtained by Variety, show studio toppers Amy Pascal and...
  • Making sports stars into dead-ringer dolls

    Getting that first win of the season, after 17 losses, certainly was a point of pride for the beleaguered Phiadelphia 76ers. But what about Sixers point guard Michael Carter Williams? What did it mean to him? Not the 6-foot-6 MCW. The 10-inch plush...
  • Leslie Moonves Extends Contract as CBS CEO Through June 2019

    Leslie Moonves has set a two-year extension of his contract to remain prexy-CEO of CBS Corp. The new deal will keep him at the helm of the Eye through June 2019. According to CBS, Moonves' base salary will remain unchanged under the new deal, although he...
  • Beck Media Expanding to Austin Under Hulu's Tom McAlister

    Beck Media & Marketing, the entertainment and technology PR and marketing firm, is expanding its operations to Austin, Texas, under the leadership of Tom McAlister. McAlister, a former Hulu and Warner Bros. Television executive who worked at Beck from...