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  • 'Heathers' musical opens in New York following L.A. run

    "Heathers" has been resurrected -- shoulder pads, big bangs et al. -- as a cheeky stage musical. As Veronica Sawyer, the Winona Ryder character, might ask, what's the damage? The musical production had a brief run in Los Angeles at the Hudson...
  • What's next for Lupita Nyong'o?

    "THERAPY proves that sexual desire leads us awry. The erotic life is ashamed, conflicted, awkward, embarrassed, uncertain. "The way to survive psychically is to find people to love. But in order to feel safe enough with other people, most of us feel we...
  • Jennette McCurdy's sitcom on hold after selfie scandal, KCA no-show

    So what's going on with Jennette McCurdy? The costar of "Sam & Cat," a show spun off from Nickelodeon's "iCarly," was absent over the weekend from the Kids' Choice Awards — and now her live-action comedy has apparently gone on hiatus unexpectedly....
  • Amazon unveils Fire TV. Summer sequel season gets rolling.

    Amazon unveils Fire TV. Summer sequel season gets rolling.
    After the coffee. Before the premiere party for HBO's "Silicon Valley." The Skinny: I highly recommend HBO's "Silicon Valley," which debuts this Sunday. I watched five episodes and the show got funnier with each one. Although it is set in the tech...
  • David Letterman to step down. 'Captain America' will fly high.

    David Letterman to step down. 'Captain America' will fly high.
    After the coffee. Before getting my late night audition tape to CBS. The Skinny: I hope CBS names a David Letterman successor in the next few months, I'm not sure I can take a year of speculation. As I say below, if this were 2004 instead of 2014 I'd...
  • 'Veronica Mars' and the Kickstarter model: Who's it for?

    The tweets were coming fast and furious before many of the weekend screenings had rolled their credits: “Veronica Mars,” the Rob Thomas cult show revived as a Kickstarter film to much fanfare last year, was a bust. You probably saw five in...
  • Sony makes cuts. CNN ratings fly high. Inside the Golden Globes.

    Sony makes cuts. CNN ratings fly high. Inside the Golden Globes.
    After the coffee. Before getting into my March Madness zone. The Skinny: I finished reading "Kitty Genovese" by Kevin Cook about the infamous 1964 murder. While Cook does a good job of shooting holes into the accepted story about the horrendous crime,...
  • 'Noah': Russell Crowe, Darren Aronofsky meet Pope Francis

    'Noah': Russell Crowe, Darren Aronofsky meet Pope Francis
    Following days of conflicting reports whether Russell Crowe would get his wish to meet with Pope Francis, the "Noah" star did make the pontiff's acquaintance on Wednesday, albeit briefly, at Francis' weekly audience in St. Peter's Square in Vatican City....
  • Warners Options Busby Berkeley Biopic for Ryan Gosling and Marc Platt

    Warner Bros. has optioned the rights to the biography "Buzz: the Life and Art of Busby Berkeley" with Ryan Gosling attached to produce and possibly star. Jeffrey Spivak penned the biography and Gosling would produce with Marc Platt, who also produced the...
  • Michelle Obama wears Derek Lam in China

    Michelle Obama wears Derek Lam in China
    Michelle Obama wore a color-blocked Derek Lam dress with tights as she arrived in Beijing on Thursday for a six-day visit to China accompanied by daughters Sasha and Malia and the first lady's mother. The trip is being called "family diplomacy." [WWD]...
  • George R.R. Martin may take 'Game of Thrones' to movie screens

    George R.R. Martin's "Game of Thrones" -- known to longtime fans as the "Song of Ice and Fire" book series -- is enjoying big success on television screens. But it might also be destined for something bigger: the movies. Martin told the Hollywood...