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  • Oscars 2015: Emma Stone 'knocked out' by supporting actress nomination

    Oscars 2015: Emma Stone 'knocked out' by supporting actress nomination
    After receiving an Oscar nomination for her supporting turn in "Birdman," Emma Stone was unable to jump on the phone Thursday morning because she's on vocal rest. But the doesn't mean the 26-year-old -- currently on Broadway in "Cabaret" -- had a muted reaction to the news.
  • 'Christmas Vacation' is a loopy holiday classic

    'Christmas Vacation' is a loopy holiday classic
    "Christmas Vacation" is a cuckoo clock of a movie, just as loopy, wonderful and fresh as it was 25 years ago this month when we first unwrapped it. Rippingly rich satire, the seasonal favorite features Chevy Chase as the bighearted dad, with Beverly D'...

    Laura Dern on 'Wild,' 'The Fault in Our Stars' and IMDb Lying About Her Age

    Laura Dern spent this year on the big screen battling cancer -- in "The Fault in Our Stars," her teenage daughter suffers from a terminal diagnosis, and in "Wild," she's the sick mom of hiker-memoirist Cheryl Strayed. Dern spoke to Variety at the Hamptons...

    For David Gordon Green, Lone Star State a Fit Setting for His 'Landscape' Pieces

    Life brought David Gordon Green back to Texas, where the director shot his last three features -- "Prince Avalanche," "Joe" and the upcoming "Manglehorn," which stars Al Pacino as an ex-con trying to go straight in the Lone Star State -- while living in...

    Stand-up Scene: Summer puts smiles even on comics' faces

    Stand-up Scene: Summer puts smiles even on comics' faces
    I can feel the heat. Summer in the city is finally revealing itself — and not in the way it does to the masses who revel in the season at the lakefront and the perennial misfortunes of the Cubs. Rather, I feel it as I approach Schubas Tavern...