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  • Why the very rich aren't giving much of their fortunes to their kids

     Why the very rich aren't giving much of their fortunes to their kids
    What do Sting, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have in common? All three have huge fortunes, and none of them are giving it to their kids. Sting just revealed that most of his $300 million won't end up with his six adult children. "I certainly don't...
  • Box Office: 'No Good Deed' Tops 'Dolphin Tale 2′ With $24.5 Million

    "No Good Deed" topped the box office this weekend and helped reinvigorate a floundering domestic movie business. The Sony/Screen Gems thriller took in $24.5 million from 2,175 theaters, easily beating expectations. Going into the weekend, analysts...
  • Edinburgh Fest Topper Chris Fujiwara Ankles Post

    Chris Fujiwara is stepping down as artistic director of the Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival to pursue other activities. Fujiwara launched his tenure in 2012 to much praise after a 2011 edition that was largely vilified. Under Fujiwara's watch, Edinburgh...
  • My 10 favorite Philip Seymour Hoffman performances

    My 10 favorite Philip Seymour Hoffman performances
    Philip Seymour Hoffman was always one of my favorites. It always seemed to me that he didn't make bad movies, and I've always attributed that to a belief that Hoffman's talent elevated everyone around him. Like a lot of appreciators of film, upon...
  • TCA: Showtime chief talks 'Homeland' and possible 'Dexter' return

    The third-season finale of"Homeland," Showtime's popular and controversial series about a troubled CIA agent played by Claire Danes, was one of the most debated episodes of last year, with the death of POW turned possible terrorist Nicholas Brody. When...
  • Showtime's David Nevins: 'Obviously There's a Big Reset' on 'Homeland'

    SPOILERS AHEAD from the season three finale of "Homeland" - Showtime prez David Nevins opened his TCA exec session by tackling one of the most talked-about issues on Showtime over the last several months: season three of "Homeland," and the fate of...
  • Showtime Hands Series Orders to 'Happyish,' 'The Affair'

    Showtime is expected to unveil pickups of two new series, comedy "Happyish" and drama "The Affair," during its Television Critics Assn. press tour sessions on Thursday. Both projects have 10-episode orders. There's no word yet on scheduling. "Happyish"...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'God's Pocket'

    A human corpse is on the receiving end of much of the so-called humor in "God's Pocket," but it's the movie that feels dead on arrival, a strained and tedious pileup of small-town stupidity that might more honestly have been titled "Sad Sacks 'R' Us."...
  • Sundance: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christina Hendricks on Making 'God's Pocket' (VIDEO)

    The Variety Studio welcomes Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christina Hendricks and director John Slattery of "God's Pocket," which premiered Friday at the Sundance Film Festival. Sponsored by:Related storiesSundance: Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana Get Emotional...
  • Sundance: Zach Braff Opens Up About Kickstarter, 'Wish I Was Here' at the Variety Studio (VIDEO)

    "Wish I Was Here" filmmaker Zach Braff returns to Sundance and talks about the risks and rewards of making a film backed by Kickstarter. Co-stars Mandy Pantinkin and Josh Gad praise Zach's ability as an actor and a director. Sponsored by:Related...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'A Most Wanted Man'

    Intelligence is both the subject and the approach of Anton Corbijn's "A Most Wanted Man," a meticulously plotted, steadily absorbing Hamburg-set drama that casts a cynical yet compassionate eye on the complexities of counterterrorist work in the post-9/11...