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  • ‘Raymond’ Creator Phil Rosenthal Bites Into Cake, ISIS And New Series – TCA

    Phil Rosenthal, creator of Everybody Loves Raymond and host of PBS’s upcoming world-hopping food series I’ll Have What Phil’s Having seems serious – sort of – about food’s power to unite. “It’s all about expanding your mind a little bit,” Rosenthal told reporters this afternoon at the Television…

  • ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper Was Both Playful and Haunting, Director Says (Guest Blog)

    My heart was heavy when I heard the news that Roddy Piper, known to most of the world as “Rowdy” Roddy, or “Hot Rod,” died at the age of 61 from cardiac arrest. Not to mention, I’ve actually known Roddy my entire life — a lot of us who watched professional wrestling have grown up knowing him — so I…

    The Wrap
  • 'Zoolander 2': See The First Teaser!

    Derek Zoolander tackles the tough questions in the first "Zoolander 2" teaser, released Sunday. The two-minute clip begins with a cosmology lesson from a Stephen Hawking-esque voiceover. "The human brain, the pinnacle of billions of years of evolution -- a brain that possesses the power of reason…

    Access Hollywood
  • ‘The End Of The Tour’, ‘Best Of Enemies’, ‘Listen To Me Marlon’ Post Strong Debuts: Specialty B.O.

    The End Of The Tour, A24’s Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel pic about writer David Foster Wallace and a reporter profiling him, got off to a solid beginning with a launch in 4 New York and L.A. theaters, one of a handful of new specialty movies this weekend. A couple of high profile Sundance docs…

  • L.A. Theater Review: ‘Spamalot’ at the Hollywood Bowl

    The Hollywood Bowl has found its Holy Grail. “Spamalot,” the Tony Award-winning burlesque musical treatment of Monty Python’s routines and worldview, proves to be the absolute perfect choice for the LA Philharmonic’s annual staged concert, and the best such offering in the venerable venue in a…

  • Rapper Redway Dies in Toronto Car Crash at 26

    "Gone way too soon," Drake wrote about him on Instagram.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Summer Album Guide: The Weeknd, Carly Rae Jepsen, Luke Bryan Highlight August Releases

    Rob Thomas, Method Man and Jess Glynne are among the other artists dropping new records this month.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • RADiUS-TWC Pacts With Amazon Prime For Early VOD On ‘Macbeth’

    The Weinstein Company’s multi-platform distribution sibling RADiUS-TWC has made a deal that gives Amazon Prime limited exclusive streaming rights to Justin Kurzel’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth relatively quickly after the movie’s theatrical opening in December. Michael Fassbinder stars as…

  • Non Story Of The Weekend: Channing Tatum And ‘Gambit’

    Channing Tatum, long touted to star in the X-Men spinoff Gambit, closed his deal. Is that a story? The only qualification was that one outlet, hearing the same rumor as every other outlet, ran a big misleading headline saying Tatum would drop out of the film, though in the story got only as…

  • Lollapalooza: Jidenna Defines What It Means to Be a "Classic Man"

    During the Music Lounge's 10-year annivesary afterparty, the artist behind one of summer's catchiest tunes gave us his interpretation of what it takes to be a gentleman. Guys, listen up.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘Zoolander 2′ Teaser Trailer: Cosmic Vogue-ing With Ben Stiller

    “The pinnacle of billions of years of evolution”? The cosmic implications are endless. Umm, in this case make that comic implications. What sounds like the computer voice usually identified with Stephen Hawking sets up the return of supermodel Derek Zoolander aka Ben Stiller, who directs from…

  • Jon Stewart: Comedian, Or “Propagandist”?

    Media observers/critics Howard Kurtz of Fox News and the Baltimore Sun’s David Zurowik parsed the week’s disclosures of Jon Stewart’s visits to the Obama White House Sunday in this clip from Fox News. Not surprisingly, the critics sided against both the President and soon-to-depart talk show…

  • PBS Brings Back “Curious George” and “Super Why!” For Kiddies – TCA

    Curious George returns to PBS Kids August 17 in his third feature-length adventure Curious George 3: Back To The Jungle, featuring the voices of John Goodman and Angela Bassett and music by the Plain White Ts, the network announced at TCA Saturday. Also announced were new episodes of the…

  • ‘Master of None': Will Aziz Ansari’s Netflix Show Be a Hit?

    Netflix has finally revealed new details about its upcoming Aziz Ansari show, 'Master of None.'

    The Cheat Sheet
  • PBS Sets Michael Jackson Tribute, “Show Boat,” Chita Rivera and Danny Elfman Concerts For Fall Fest: TCA

    A Latin musical tribute to Michael Jackson, concerts by Chita Rivera and Danny Elfman, and productions of Show Boat and Billy Elliott The Musical are among this year’s line-up of the PBS Arts Fall Festival, the network announced at Saturday’s TCA. The fifth-annual fest kicks off October 9 with…

  • Must-See Movies: 5 Great Films About Major Business Leaders

    These films offer a glimpse into some of the most powerful business leaders featured in film.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Film Review: ‘The Crossing II’

    Like passengers who overpaid for tickets to escape war-ravaged Shanghai on the Taiwan-bound liner Taiping in 1949, only to end up on a sinking ship, audiences get a pretty lousy deal with John Woo’s “The Crossing II,” an inert follow-up that doesn’t deliver enough visual or emotional payoff in…