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  • Cannes Film Review: 'How to Train Your Dragon 2'

    If you think training Vikings to coexist with dragons sounds tough, try following up an iconic coming-of-age story within the halls of a publicly traded animation studio. The pressures to make a giant four-quadrant monstrosity must be enormous, and yet,...
  • CANNES: Salma Hayek's 'The Prophet' is a Passion Project

    Growing up in Mexico, Salma Hayek remembered seeing the "The Prophet," the bestselling book of 26 prose poems by Kahlil Gibran, on her grandfather's nightstand. "I was very close to him," Hayek recalled. "And to me, when I see the cover, I cannot think of...
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Aladdin,' 'If/Then,' 'Beautiful' Hold Strong Ahead of Tony Hoopla

    As all of Broadway holds its breath for the impending Tony nominations, new titles including "Aladdin," "Beautiful" and "If/Then" have already attained strong sales momentum even before awards hype kicks in. Overall Broadway sales fell last week in the...
  • Lion King show to return in June at Disney's Animal Kingdom

    Lion King show to return in June at Disney's Animal Kingdom
    The Festival of the Lion King show will return to Disney's Animal Kingdom in June, along with the debut of Harambe Nights, the park's first-ever ticketed special event. The show, which was put on hiatus on Jan. 5, is relocating into the land of Africa...
  • 20 Billion-Dollar Composer: For Hans Zimmer, 'The Real Risk Is Playing It Safe'

    Composer Hans Zimmer -- the first creative to raise Variety's Billion-Dollar milestone 20-fold since the series was introduced in 1993 -- likes to take chances. Who else would have: » Recorded a London brass section, electronically processed their...
  • Hans Zimmer Live: Composer Breaks Out With Performing Career

    Last month's unexpected appearance by Hans Zimmer conducting an all-female string section behind Pharrell Williams on "Saturday Night Live," it turns out, was just the beginning of Zimmer's newfound performing career. On July 18, he will join several...
  • DreamWorks Animation at 20

    DreamWorks Animation at 20
    Still recovering from jet lag after a three-day trip to Australia, India and China, Jeffrey Katzenberg sat in a courtyard next to a duck pond at the Mediterranean-style campus dotted with oaks and olive trees. The legendary Hollywood mogul, who...
  • Broadway Box Office: The Street Sticks to Its Guns Against TV Upfronts and 'Godzilla'

    Univision, ESPN, "Godzilla": All tried to take a bite out of Broadway last week, but Main Stem box office fought them off. Upfronts, the TV industry's annual sales pitch to advertisers, can't help but overlap a bit with Broadway, whose venues can seem as...
  • Concert review: Il Divo with Lea Salonga

     Concert review: Il Divo with Lea Salonga
    Marrying pop quartet Il Divo with musical theater was an idea made in over-the-top heaven. Musical theater, of course, is a genre that wears its heart on its sleeve. And the four gents of Il Divo never met a song they couldn't sing the subtlety out of....
  • Walt Disney Biopic to Air on on PBS

    PBS and American Experience are taking a look at the man behind the mouse and will air "Walt Disney," a four-hour, two-night film that aims to explore the life and legacy of the iconic film producer and business magnate. The film is spearheaded by biopic...
  • Batman's top writer talks about hero's 75th anniversary

    Batman's top writer talks about hero's 75th anniversary
    It would have been nice to get all dramatic and scratchy-voiced right now and say that Wednesday, July 23, 2014, is the 75th anniversary of Batman, and that there can be only one Dark Knight. But that would be a lie. And it wouldn't be honoring the most...