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  • Tribeca Film Review: 'Boulevard'

    In "Boulevard," a middle-aged married man picks up a gay hustler on the Nashville street where hookers hang out, pays the kid for company instead of sex, and ever-so-gradually begins to confront the secret identity he's suppressed for so long. Knowing...
  • 'Fargo' Showrunner Signs Overall Deal with FX

    "Fargo" writer-executive producer-showrunner Noah Hawley and his production company 26 Keys have closed a two-year overall production deal with FX Productions, it was announced today by Eric Schrier and Nick Grad, presidents of original programming for FX...
  • Film Review: 'For No Good Reason'

    Ralph Steadman, the painter, illustrator, longtime Rolling Stone contributor and Hunter S. Thompson foil, was not a typical 20th-century art figure. In "For No Good Reason," director Charlie Paul attempts to construct a fittingly off-center documentary...
  • 'Captain America' Opens Massively with $10.2 Million at Latenight U.S. Shows

    Disney-Marvel's "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" has launched impressively with $10.2 million at Thursday night pre-shows in the U.S. The figure came in well above comparable Thursday night figures for similar tentpoles, such as $9 million for...
  • CicLAvia: Cyclists, skaters, joggers take over Wilshire Boulevard

    CicLAvia: Cyclists, skaters, joggers take over Wilshire Boulevard
    Cutting through a Wilshire Boulevard intersection on his silver Razor scooter, relatively alone for a brief moment, George Smith felt weird. It was quiet, there were no cars around him and the crowds had yet to gather for CicLAvia. "It just felt wrong...
  • Former AFTRA Topper Kim Roberts Hedgpeth Heading Musicians Fund

    Former AFTRA national executive director Kim Roberts Hedgpeth has been tapped as administrator of the Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund. The fund collects and distributes residuals to musicians in the motion picture and television industry. It...
  • Bravo To Unveil Two Scripted Series To Broaden Programming Mix

    Bravo, the NBCUniversal cable network that aims for affluent female viewers, said it would debut two new scripted comedies in the year ahead while also launching 13 new unscripted series. The scripted series being highlighted are "Girlfriends' Guide To...
  • Trout fishing season kicks off in Southeastern Pennsylvania

    Trout season kicks off in the 18-county southeast region of Pennsylvania 8 a.m. Saturday, and despite ice remaining on some of the region's northern-most lakes, all the waters are stocked and ready to fill those stringers for the first time in 2014. Our...
  • Box Office: Smooth Sailing for 'Noah' with $40 Million-Plus Opening

    Russell Crowe's "Noah" looks likely to land above forecasts with an opening U.S. weekend looking at more than $40 million. Paramount-New Regency's Biblical epic was tracking to finish Friday slightly above $15 million at 3,936 locations, according to...
  • Pluto.TV Launches 'Live' Web-Video Service with Backing from UTA's Jeremy Zimmer, Terry Semel

    Pluto.TV, a startup whose investors include UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer and Terry Semel's Windsor Media, is launching the beta version of its online web-video guide that aggregates Internet content into 24-hour, TV-like channels. At launch, Pluto.TV offers...
  • 'The Raid 2' director Gareth Evans on why it isn't a martial arts film

    'The Raid 2' director Gareth Evans on why it isn't a martial arts film
    The history of action cinema has a long tradition of international cross-cultural pollination, as films from one country inspire filmmakers from another. Directors such as Sam Peckinpah, Akira Kurosawa, Sergio Leone, John Woo and Quentin Tarantino learned...