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  • Ashley Judd Reveals Sexual Harassment by Studio Mogul (EXCLUSIVE)

    As part of this week’s Variety Power of Women issue, Ashley Judd shared a story that she’s never publicly revealed before. When she was filming Paramount’s “Kiss the Girls” in the late 90s, Judd was sexually harassed by a mogul from a rival studio, who kept summoning her to his hotel room under the…

  • Tom Hiddleston Reveals Why He Was Cut From Avengers: Age Of Ultron

     ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ would’ve been just as successful with or without the inclusion of the hugely likeable Tom Hiddleston (we think), but now the actor’s revealed why he was cut from the movie. Speaking to Digital Spy, the charming Brit who plays the devilish Loki in the Marvel Cinematic…

    Mike P Williams
  • Batman v Superman: Jesse Eisenberg Actually Playing Lex Luthor Jr

    Jesse Eisenberg won’t be portraying the Lex Luthor we all know and love in next year’s ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’. In fact, Eisenberg will playing Alexander Joseph Luthor Jr, son of Lex Luthor Snr, who has taken over his father’s company and turned it into a tech giant. The unexpected…

    Ben Skipper
  • ‘The Martian’: How This Movie May Get Us Back Into Space

    'The Martian' was more than an Oscar-worthy movie. It represents the endless possibilities for the future of space travel.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Twitter Launches Moments, the Curated News Experience Also Known as Project Lightning

    Twitter made a big push towards simplification Tuesday with the launch of Moments, a new curated news experience that is initially only available to U.S. web and mobile users. Moments was previously known as Project Lightning, and has been touted by company executives as a major step to get new…

  • What Movie Should I See This Weekend?

    Preview all of this weekend's new theatrical releases (including The Walk, Pan, Steve Jobs, and Victoria), with Metascores and trailers for each new film. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic

  • Busan Film Review: ‘A Korean in Paris’

    Even without the renewed media attention to the plight of migrants and minorities abroad, or the undying currency of art films about the lives of vagrants and prostitutes, there would be a sad, timely resonance to Jeon Soo-il’s “A Korean in Paris."

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  • Pharrell Williams to Perform at 2015 MTV EMAs

    The evening will be hosted by Ed Sheeran and Ruby Rose.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 'Finding Carter' Showrunner Discusses Rebranding: "Less of a Melodrama, More Grounded"

    "The family dynamics will still play into it," executive producer Emily Whitesell tells THR. "But this show is really about the teens and their lives, colored by what they've all been through and how the show started."

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘The Tribe’ Director Signs With CAA (EXCLUSIVE)

    Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy has signed with CAA for representation. The director is best known for his feature film debut “The Tribe,” which premiered at the 2014 Cannes Critic Week. The film went on to win The Nespresso Grand Prize, the France 4 Visionary Award, and the Gan Foundation for Cinema…

  • Endemol Shine CEO Defends TV Business: “We Have Never Had It So Good” – Mipcom

    In her first major speech since taking over the post of CEO of Endemol Shine Group, Sophie Turner Laing today sounded a defense of the TV business, and offered up considerations for the future of the fast-evolving landscape. In a talk that might have been just as suited for the UK’s prestigious…

  • Busan: Korean Cinema Struggles With Diversity As Conglomerates Dominate

    From the outside at least, Korean cinema looks to be doing great. But within the industry the emphasis on mega hits is controversial.

  • ‘Kilo Two Bravo’ Director & Writer Ink With Verve

    EXCLUSIVE: Kilo Two Bravo director Paul Katis and writer Tom Williams have signed with Verve, the lit agency said today. The war drama, BAFTA nominated this past year when it was known as Kajaki: The True Story , recounts the story of a platoon set out to disable a Taliban roadblock. On nearing…

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    Parody trailer for Jaws 19

    Universal Studios has released a parody trailer for Jaws 19 as part of the lead-up to the release of the Back to the Future 30th Anniversary Trilogy on Blu-ray and DVD

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  • Hairspray 101

    Backstage at New York Fashion Week, this TRESemmé stylist follows The Golden Rule of Hairspray: hold the can 10-12 inches away from your hair.

  • Jeanne Tripplehorn, Callum Keith Rennie Join Cast of 'Little Pink House'

    Production on the film is about to begin in Vancouver.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Tucker Tooley Leaving As Relativity President For “Creative Side” Of Business

    Relativity Studios president Tucker Tooley has chosen to step down from the company, following a 30-day transition period. The announcement was made jointly by Tooley and Relativity chairman and CEO Ryan Kavanaugh. Tooley joined the company in 2007. Ramon Wilson, general manager, who has been at…

  • Kirsten Dunst Thinks TV Is Way Better Than Film

    Kirsten Dunst just joined the growing chorus of folks who say that, when it comes to creativity, TV now trounces the movies.  In an interview with The Guardian -- pegged to the imminent premiere of Season 2 of FX's "Fargo," in which Dunst stars -- the actress said that "the movie industry is in a…

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