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  • Cannes Film Review: 'Jimmy's Hall'

    Ken Loach has taken a despicable episode of modern Irish history -- the 1933 deportation without trial of one of its own citizens, James Gralton -- and made a surprisingly lovely, heartfelt film from it with "Jimmy's Hall." A thematic sequel of sorts to...
  • 'Dr. Phil' Ratings Spike for Interview With V. Stiviano

    Ratings for syndicated talkshow "Dr. Phil" swelled Wednesday for its interview with V. Stiviano, who became a household name in the wake of the Donald Sterling scandal. According to Nielsen, Phil McGraw's sitdown with Stiviano averaged a 3.3 household...
  • NBC News Scores Exclusive Interview With Edward Snowden, Plans Primetime Special

    NBC News said it would air an hour-long primetime special on May 28 featuring an exclusive interview between "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams and former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. The talk will be Snowden's first interview...
  • Rousing Baltimore Symphony concert with conductor Hans Graf, violinist Ray Chen

    Rousing Baltimore Symphony concert with conductor Hans Graf, violinist Ray Chen
      If you like your romanticism with extra layers of hot fudge -- I say bring it on -- this week's Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program is just the ticket. Two super-lyrical, extra-passionate Russian works, Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto and...
  • Netflix in Talks for 'Wet Hot American Summer' TV Series (EXCLUSIVE)

    Cult classic "Wet Hot American Summer" could finally make its long-awaited resurrection courtesy of Netflix, according to sources. The 2001 comedy, which boasted a who's who of up-and-coming comedic stars playing campers at fictional Camp Firewood, may...
  • Dish Offers Six Months of Free Netflix to New Customers

    Dish Network signed a deal with Netflix under which new subscribers who take the satcaster's Hopper digital video recorder will receive six months free of the subscription VOD service. The pact isn't as deep as Netflix would like -- Dish is not...
  • Fox Upgrades Video App to Add Personalized Show Recommendations

    Fox Broadcasting has released a new version of its Fox Now video app for Apple devices that suggests shows users might want to watch based on their preferences and viewing history -- a feature designed to keep people watching more video. The 2.0...
  • Laura Carrillo to Head Creative Advertising at Relativity Media; Dana Precious to Depart (EXCLUSIVE)

    After a year of serving as president of creative advertising and research, Dana Precious is leaving Relativity Media. Taking on many of her duties will be Laura Carrillo, who is leaving Open Road Films to join the company. Carrillo will serve as...
  • Box Office: 'Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Soars With $92 Mil Stateside Bow

    While unable to match the debut power of fellow superhero marvels like the "Iron Man" franchise and "Captain America," Sony's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" still managed to continue the webslinger saga in high-flying fashion, with an estimated $92 million...
  • Sony's 185 TB cassette tape breaks storage capacity record

    Sony's 185 TB cassette tape breaks storage capacity record
    Sony announced it has created a cassette tape that smashes a previous record for data storage. The Japanese company says its new tape is capable of holding 185 terabytes, or 148 gigabits per square inch. At that much capacity, Sony's new tapes hold...
  • 'Spider-Man 2′ Claims Hollywood Record in India

    HONG KONG - Sony's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" grossed $6.92 million over four days in India, earning it the opening weekend box office record for a Hollywood film in the world's second most populous nation. The previous record holder was the first...