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  • Q&A: Brad Falchuk and Noah Hawley Reap Benefits From Movie Stars' Move to TV

    Brad Falchuk ("American Horror Story") and Noah Hawley ("Fargo") didn't know each other well when they sat down for our Variety conversation, but by the time our hour together was over, the two showrunners had bonded over a mutual respect for their bosses...
  • Here's your chance to lend a hand to a 'Legend'

    Here's your chance to lend a hand to a 'Legend'
     Kory Juul is a determined man working on a labor of love.  It's a movie called "White Tiger Legend," and it combines two things that the Walsingham Academy graduate is passionate about - martial arts and digital animation. He is getting oh-so-close...
  • Greener film shoots can also save costs, report says

    Film sets are notoriously wasteful places. Big movies can generate 225 tons of scrap metal, nearly 50 tons of construction and set debris, and 72 tons of food waste. But Hollywood crews are starting to change their ways — and the results could...
  • Marvel celebrates its 75th anniversary with new anthology issue

     
    In October 1939, Marvel Comics (then known as Timely Comics) was born in New York City, from pulp magazine publisher Martin Goodman. This year, […]...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films'

    For the second time in a year, the meteoric rise and ignominious demise of 1980s schlock juggernaut Cannon Films comes to the screen in feature-length documentary form. But where Cannon is concerned, a twice-told tale is no vexation for the weary...
  • 'The Chair': A crash course in indie filmmaking

    'The Chair': A crash course in indie filmmaking
    Reality TV these days is no longer just a comforting block of Velveeta sitting on your DVR. It has strapped on a Mexican wrestling mask and peacocks its ridiculousness around the ring. So it's refreshing when a series does its best to cut down on the...
  • Venice Film Review: Al Pacino in 'The Humbling'

    An actor prepares to face the final curtain of his career in "The Humbling," director Barry Levinson's free-form adaptation of Philip Roth's penultimate novel, about a star of stage and screen beginning to lose the tricks of his trade (and possibly his...
  • Octavia Spencer can weather 'Black and White' clouds, shine elsewhere

     Octavia Spencer can weather 'Black and White' clouds, shine elsewhere
    It's a warm day, not yet 24 hours after "Black and White's" afternoon premiere at the city's annual film festival, and one of its stars, Octavia Spencer, emerges from the doorway — a study in black and white, warm and cool. Black stilettos,...
  • Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone are the cutest couple ever on 'SNL'

    Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone are the cutest couple ever on 'SNL'
    How are Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone like puppies? The answer is, like cute baby animals, they’re both adorable on their own, but their winsomeness grows exponentially when they’re together. This was demonstrated on “Saturday Night...
  • Sony dates next two Spider-Man movies

    Sony dates next two Spider-Man movies
    Andrew Garfield knows what he's doing for the next few years, and now you do too. Sony Pictures announced Monday the release dates for the third and fourth iterations of its "Spider-Man" movies starring the British actor. In addition to "The Amazing...
  • TV, movie stars lining up for Wizard World Chicago 2013

    TV, movie stars lining up for Wizard World Chicago 2013
    Wizard World Chicago Comic Con is upping its game again this year, bringing Michael Shannon, Zachary Quinto, Norman Reedus, John Barrowman, WWE Superstar CM Punk and comic legend Stan Lee to the Aug. 8-11 convention in Rosemont. Several of those names...