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  • 'True Detective,' 'Fargo,' 'Silicon Valley' among Emmy up-and-comers

     'True Detective,' 'Fargo,' 'Silicon Valley' among Emmy up-and-comers
    With new content providers blooming like tomato plants in June and more new shows than anyone can reasonably watch, the television awards season offers a brutal winnowing process. Only a handful of programs that premiered this qualifying year are likely...
  • What Cannes means for Ceylan, and what Ceylan means for Cannes

    What Cannes means for Ceylan, and what Ceylan means for Cannes
    CANNES, France — "I guess now is as good a time as any to start my 'Nuri Bilge Ceylan for ANT-MAN' campaign," tweeted Istanbul-based critic Ali Arikan the morning after Ceylan's film "Winter Sleep" won the top prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival....
  • Top Hollywood actresses talk showbiz with THR

    "I WOULD love to foray into film editing. Or become a shepherdess, wandering." That's "Bates Hotel" actress and Emmy nominee Vera Farmiga, answering The Hollywood Reporter's question: "If you stopped acting what would you do with the rest of your life?"...
  • Lakers Spanish-language radio voice Fernando Gonzalez sues team

    Longtime Lakers Spanish-language radio play-by-play announcer Fernando Gonzalez has filed a lawsuit against the team and Time Warner Cable. As detailed by the Hollywood Reporter, Gonzalez is suing the team and the network for discrimination and...
  • Las Vegas: William Shatner, a.k.a. Capt. Kirk, to perform at MGM

    Las Vegas: William Shatner, a.k.a. Capt. Kirk, to perform at MGM
    Attention, “Star Trek” fans: Capt. James T. Kirk is coming in for a landing … in Las Vegas. William Shatner’s one-man show, “Shatner’s World,” will play June 19-21 at the MGM Grand’s Hollywood Theatre...
  • As Boycott Continues, Beverly Hills Hotel Tries to Turn Focus to Employees

    More than a month after the boycott of the Beverly Hills Hotel boycott was launched, a counter-campaign has been gaining visibility, making the argument that the action is merely hurting the workers. But the groups that are pushing the boycott contend...
  • 'Once Upon a Time's' Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas welcome baby boy

    'Once Upon a Time's' Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas welcome baby boy
    Hear ye, hear ye — there's a new prince in town! Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas have welcomed a baby boy.  The "Once Upon a Time" costars — and new husband and wife — welcomed the tiny tot on May 29, their rep told People. "Both...
  • Tasty film returns to the Siskel Film Center

    Tasty film returns to the Siskel Film Center
    "One bite of that, and he'll build you a Taj Mahal," a woman is heard hollering approvingly through an open window to her neighbor, a pretty young housewife named Ila who is in her kitchen, preparing her husband's lunch. "The Taj Mahal is a tomb, auntie,"...
  • 'Grace of Monaco' under fire: Dreadful reviews at Cannes Film Festival

    It's never a good sign when the off-screen drama surrounding a film is more interesting than the drama on screen, and according to early reviews, such is the case with director Olivier Dahan's Grace Kelly biopic, "Grace of Monaco," which opened the Cannes...
  • Daniel Radcliffe's latest literary vehicle: a Dave Eggers novel

    Daniel Radcliffe's latest literary vehicle: a Dave Eggers novel
    Daniel Radcliffe is slowly becoming one of Hollywood's favorite bookish actors. On Friday, Variety reported that the 24-year-old has agreed to star in the adaptation of Dave Eggers' comic novel "You Shall Know Our Velocity," with Peter Sollett...
  • Broadcast TV viewers in U.S. to see more dramas next season

    By Liana B. Baker (Reuters) - Viewers may be laughing a lot less when they turn on their televisions this fall, as the major U.S. broadcasters are loading up their schedules with dramas in an effort to lure some defecting viewers back from cable. For...