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  • Critics' Choice TV Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees

    Critics' Choice TV Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees
    The Netflix newcomer "Orange Is the New Black" won for best comedy and AMC's departed veteran "Breaking Bad" won for top drama at the 4th Critics' Choice Television Awards, which were handed out by the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. on Thursday...
  • Review: 'Dr. Strangelove' ★★★★

    Review: 'Dr. Strangelove' ★★★&#9733
    Over at moviemezzanine.com there's a prodigious list of key 1960s films as chosen by all sorts of critics and editors and movie lovers. "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb" is one of the favorites, alongside "Breathless,"...
  • Ensemble TV Actors Shine in Smaller Roles

    Let's be honest: While it's great to win an Emmy -- any Emmy -- almost every actor would prefer a leading role to a supporting one. That said, some of today's top movie stars got their start in a supporting TV role. Woody Harrelson first came to fame...
  • 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...
  • Yellow Bird Execs Launch Scandi Shingle Good Company Films

    PARIS- As Scandinavia's film and TV industry gets more competitive and continues to consolidate, four topnotch Scandi producers have joined forces to launch Copenhagen-based shingle, Good Company Films. Led by Vibeke Windelov, Stinna Lassen, Anni...
  • London for fall 2014: A Kinks musical, Lindsay Lohan and the royal family

    London for fall 2014: A Kinks musical, Lindsay Lohan and the royal family
    With the first rustling of autumn comes the beginning of what is invariably the most exciting season of the theatrical calendar. This year, it's looking a little bit rock 'n' roll — and a roster of compelling women is central to the most...
  • Italy's TV Producers Turn to Crime Series for Global Sales

    Boosted by the international sales success of mob series "Gomorrah," Italy's expanding TV production community, led by Sky Italia and shingle Cattleya, is hoping to spark a trend among buyers, much as Denmark's "The Killing" prompted the Nordic Noir...
  • How Much Television Can the TV Biz -- and Viewers -- Handle?

    As a new television season begins this month, even the most devoted couch potatoes may be overwhelmed by the deluge of new and returning series premieres that will unspool over the next year. And they're not the only ones. Industry executives are quietly...
  • Cannes Winner Timothy Spall Joins Haunted House Drama 'Enfield Haunting'

    LONDON -- Timothy Spall, who won the best actor prize at Cannes for Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner," has joined the cast of haunted house TV drama "The Enfield Haunting." U.K. satcaster BSkyB has commissioned the three-part dramatization of real events that...
  • TV's First Responders ditch their DVR time-shifting so they can live-tweet in real time

    From the moment it premiered, Showtime's high-stakes, wildly ambitious spy thriller "Homeland" was not so much discussed as it was anointed. It was the first drama to both embody post-9/11 anxiety and serve as a master class in acting, a narrative high-...
  • Review: 'World War Z' gets a rise from the undead

     Review: 'World War Z' gets a rise from the undead
    Birds do it. Bees do it. Even educated fleas do it. And as it turns out, zombies do it as well. They swarm. And when they're done swarming, they swarm all over again. That unstoppably manic movement is the most unexpected part of "World War Z" as well...