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  • Amazon Hikes Price of Prime to $99 per Year

    Amazon is raising the price of its Prime free-shipping program for U.S. members -- which includes access to the unlimited Prime Instant Video service with thousands of titles -- from $79 to $99 per year. "For the first time since it was introduced nine...
  • Yale Rep's 'These Paper Bullets' Features New Songs From Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong

    Yale Rep's 'These Paper Bullets' Features New Songs From Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong
    In terms of theater development time, "These Paper Bullets," went from notion to motion at warp speed, which suits the kinetic nature of this musical, "modish rip-off" of Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing." "It wasn't a normal process like when...
  • Eddie Izzard Inks Talent Holding Deal with NBC

    NBC is betting big that Eddie Izzard will be the network's next leading man. The Peacock has signed a one-year talent holding deal with the English comedian, who recently appeared on NBC's "Hannibal" as Dr. Abel Gideon. As a part of the pact, Izzard will...
  • Netflix Cuts Deal with CBS to Stream Showtime's 'Dexter'

    Netflix and CBS announced a content-licensing agreement under which all eight seasons of the Showtime drama "Dexter" will become available for Netflix members in the U.S. The first four seasons of "Dexter" will become available beginning on Halloween...
  • 'Concussion,' 'Afternoon Delight' examine women's midlife crises

    'Concussion,' 'Afternoon Delight' examine women's midlife crises
    "I hate this. I don't want this. I don't want it!" cries Abby, a mother who's just been hit on the head by her son's baseball in the opening scene of writer-director Stacie Passon's new film, "Concussion." Blood is gushing from the woman's temple, but it'...
  • Jeffrey Tambor on his role in new Amazon comedy 'Transparent'

    Jeffrey Tambor on his  role in new Amazon comedy 'Transparent'
    Jeffrey Tambor is best known for his delightfully offbeat characters, from the fawning sidekick to Garry Shandling's late-night talk show host on "The Larry Sanders Show" to the head of the dysfunctional Bluth family in the recently revived cult...
  • Diablo Cody Sells Teen Drama to Fox

    Diablo Cody is heading toward the smallscreen, as the "Juno" scribe has sold drama project "Prodigy" to Fox with Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage's Fake Empire. "Prodigy" centers on a home-schooled and brilliant teen who enters high school and is...
  • 10 Actors to Watch: Brie Larson Breaks Out With 'Short Term 12′

    The youngest student ever to attend the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, Brie Larson has been performing nearly her entire life, as a singer, on TV ("United States of Tara") and in film ("21 Jump Street"). But her revelatory performance...
  • Hey, Stella! Rest Of Cast Named For Yale Rep's 'Streetcar'

    Hey, Stella! Rest Of Cast Named For Yale Rep's 'Streetcar'
    Stanley has his Stella in the Yale Repertory Theatre production of Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire." Sarah Sokolovic will play Stella Kowalski opposite Joe Manganiello's Stanley in the production which plays Sept. 20 to Oct. 12 at the...
  • 'New Girl' writer David Iserson on his funny YA novel 'Firecracker'

    David Iserson is used to writing for TV, with credits that include "United States of Tara," "Up All Night" and currently "New Girl"-- so he's become accustomed to all the ribbing that's built into the comedy environment. That's why the 35-year-old...
  • She has inner and outer lives — and our sympathies

    She has inner and outer lives — and our sympathies
    Gardens can be dangerous places for women. Consider Eve, tricked by a snake. And then there's Susan, undone by a rake. The heroine of Alan Ayckbourn's "Woman in Mind" has concussed herself in the most cliched way possible by stepping on the wrong side...