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  • How Ellen Page Taught Julianne Moore About the Pains of Being Closeted

    For Ellen Page, starring in the feature-length adaptation of Cynthia Wade's documentary Freeheld meant a real-life struggle with her own sexuality and coming out publicly. "I remember thinking, ‘Ellen, how in God’s name could you make this film and not be out?'" Page told Out Magazine for their…

    ETonline
  • Fox News’ Harris Faulkner Sues Hasbro For $5M Over Harris Faulkner Hamster

    The six-time News Emmy winner is not happy at all about the "demeaning and insulting" Hasbro toy hamster that has both her name and, she claims, her look. In fact, Fox News Channel's Harris Faulkner is taking the world's third-biggest toy manufacturer to court for $5 million over under trademark…

    Deadline
  • 'Concussion' director says no compromises were made for NFL

    A day after its trailer debuted online and months before it hits theaters, the Will Smith football head-trauma film ''Concussion'' is already sparking controversy. Citing studio emails leaked in the hack of Sony Pictures, The New York Times reported Tuesday that ''Concussion'' was altered to avoid…

    The Associated Press
  • Troy Miller Producing NBC Digital’s ‘Hidden America’, Watchup Streaming News Launches Wii U App

    Troy Miller (Dakota Pictures) will produce ten episodes of Hidden America, an NBC Digital comedy series starring Jonah Ray. The series will be in essence a comedic version of Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown,' in which Ray will travel to real settings, but talk to fictional people. "This is a…

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    Bryan Cranston on Jon Hamm: "His Role Was More Difficult Than Mine"

    The three-time Emmy Award winner, praises 'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm's work saying he deserves to win the top drama prize this year.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Summer box office expected to have slow finish over Labor Day weekend

    The box office is typically slow over Labor Day weekend and early tracking suggests this year will be no different.

    Los Angeles Times
  • From 'Everest' to Depp, highlights of the Venice Film fest

    VENICE, Italy (AP) — It's a sure sign that summer's over and the awards season is around the corner - the feast of fall film festivals.

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  • GOP Debate Fireworks Ignite Fox News Channel’s August Ratings

    A contentious, headline-grabbing GOP debate catapulted Fox News Channel to No. 1 among all basic cable networks’ ratings. It’s the second time this year FNC has topped the monthly ratings rankers in total audience. The network clocked a primetime average of 2.43 million viewers, besting Disney…

    Deadline
  • Pandora Goes Ad-Free to Celebrate Its Tenth Birthday

    Pandora is turning off all ads on its streaming service for 24 hours starting at 12 a.m. ET (9 p.m. PT) Wednesday for a very special occasion: The personalized radio streaming service is celebrating its tenth birthday. Pandora itself is actually older than 10; the company launched in 2000 under the…

    Variety
  • Supercut Of Screams In Wes Craven Films Is Ear-Splitting Eulogy

    Screen Crush has honored famed horror film director Wes Craven, who died Sunday, with a compilation of screams from his movies, which include the "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Scream" films. The video's title, appropriately enough, is "Screams."It's loud. It's shrill. It's perfect.One might even…

    Huffington Post
  • See It First: Decker. Debuts Dramatic Video for ‘Patsy’

    Sedona, AZ-based Brandon Decker is the songwriting troubadour at the core of the folk ensemble decker., having offered up a new album, Patsy, full of soulful narrative earlier this year. His live show is ever-changing, as he tours with a rotating band of four to eight musicians, delighting…

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    Bryan Cranston on 'Better Call Saul': "It's Like Another Dish Created by the Same Chef"

    The 'Breaking Bad' star shares his thoughts on creator Vince Gilligan's latest television triumph.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Liberian Ebola survivor battles prejudice in UN virtual reality film

    By Kieran Guilbert LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A virtual reality film aims to draw attention to prejudice towards Ebola survivors by guiding viewers through the life of a woman in Liberia who uses her immunity to help others affected by the disease, the creators said on Tuesday. The…

    Reuters
  • Is There an Audience for Electronic Dance Music Movies?

    Many of the young festival-goers who’ve helped make electronic dance music into a $6.9 billion industry, presumably, have some fondness for Zac Efron. The actor starred in the smash franchise High School Musical at the exact same time many of them were of the right age to be watching the Disney…

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  • Indie Sales Acquires Malian Crime Thriller ‘Wulu’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    Indie sales has boarded daring Africa-set crime thriller “Wulu,” the feature debut of Malian-French helmer Daouda Coulibaly. Produced by Eric Névé at Paris-based company La Chauve-Souris and pitched as a ‘Malian Scarface,’ “Wulu” depicts the journey of Ladji, a neglected Malian youth working as a…

    Variety
  • Walden Media Shakes Up Its Image With ‘Everest’

    Walden Media, a company best known for children’s fare like “Bridge to Terabithia” and “The Chronicles of Narnia,” is broadening the definition of what it means to be family-friendly. Take its next project, “Everest,” which premieres this Wednesday at the Venice Film Festival. The drama about a…

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    Rihanna to Celebrate a Decade in Music

    At the launch of her new fragrance 'Ri Ri' in New York, Rihanna talked about her new album and her plans to celebrate ten years in the music business. (Sept. 1)

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