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  • ‘X-Men: Apocalypse': Oscar Isaac to star as villain in mutant sequel

     
    Oscar Isaac will star as the powerful villain in “X-Men: Apocalypse,” the next installment in the long-running Fox franchise based […]...
  • Count the TV audience? Not so easy to do these days

    Count the TV audience? Not so easy to do these days
    Like Barry Allen of CW's "The Flash," the changes in TV viewing habits are moving at superhuman speeds. And the industry, which relies on accurate measurements of audiences, is racing to catch up. While the majority of viewers watch the old-fashioned...
  • Couch cruising: Gifts for the living room

    Couch cruising: Gifts for the living room
    Source: Handout Sleater-Kinney “Start Together” Vinyl Box Set $125 at megamart.subpop.com Someone please, please buy this for me. Please, for the love of God, it’s all I want. —M.C. Source: Handout “Twin Peaks:...
  • 'Breaking Bad' gets animated and Disney-fied in online short

    'Breaking Bad' gets animated and Disney-fied in online short
    "Breaking Bad" ended its run in 2013, but apparently, a lot of us aren't ready to let it go.  How else to explain the popularity of "Do You Want to Build a Meth Lab?," a musical version of the AMC drama hit sung in the style of a song from Disney's 2013...
  • Samantha Morton, John Hurt to Star in 'The Last Panthers'

    LONDON - Samantha Morton, John Hurt and Tahar Rahim will topline the cast of six-part crime drama "The Last Panthers," which has been greenlit by U.K. pay TV operator BSkyB and French counterpart Canal Plus. The series opens with a diamond heist before...
  • Runaway Production Panel: Tax Credits Aren't Going Away

    More than 40 states offer film and TV tax incentives, along with many countries. So what would happen if all those tax credits went away? That was a question posed at the CityLab summit on Tuesday, and the answer from panelists was that it wouldn't...
  • TV Review: 'Gracepoint'

    Fox's "Gracepoint" is a near shot-for-shot remake of the BBC's "Broadchurch," albeit served up in 10 episodes instead of eight. That's not a bad idea, especially for the millions who haven't seen the British version, but it does make it harder to appraise...
  • Bravo's Frances Berwick to Oversee E! and Esquire; Adam Stotsky Adds E! Duties

    NBCUniversal is shaking up the management picture at E! Entertainment, the cabler that has been in a ratings slump as viewer interest waned in its celebrity-focused brand of unscripted series. Frances Berwick (pictured left) will add oversight of E!...
  • New Amazon pilots include shows from Ridley Scott, Carlton Cuse

    New Amazon pilots include shows from Ridley Scott, Carlton Cuse
    A diverse slate of series ranging from a Civil War drama to a satire of New Age yoga culture will highlight Amazon Studio's first pilot season lineup for 2015. The projects come from a variety of top producers including Ridley Scott ("Alien"), Carlton...
  • Michael Rooker shines in dark roles

    Michael Rooker shines in dark roles
    Actor Michael Rooker stood in his hotel suite's bathroom staring at a coffee cup with the concentration of a jeweler inspecting a diamond. "You want to know how I act?" he asked in his trademark deep growl before holding the cup under a running faucet....
  • PEN Center USA literary awards a star-filled event

    PEN Center USA literary awards a star-filled event
    The PEN Center USA literary awards, as always, honored excellent writing and celebrated heroes of free speech on Tuesday. And host Aisha Tyler exercised it with a high-energy, highly profane commentary that kicked the event's energy up a notch. That...