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  • 'Daily Show' Alums John Oliver, Larry Wilmore on Working With Jon Stewart: "If You Laugh During the Taping, You're Fired"

    Stewart's soon-to-be ex-colleagues spill on working with the soon-to-be ex-host: "He's got a lot of game left."

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Deadpool's trailer for the Deadpool trailer is better than most trailers

    The upcoming Deadpool film now officially has a trailer ... for tomorrow's trailer. Featuring jokes about the disastrous first appearance of the character in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and winking knowledge of how stupid it is to do a trailer for a trailer, the whole thing is more fun than it has any…

    Polygon55 mins ago
  • Apple Wants Siri to Transcribe Your Voicemail

    Apple is looking to add automatic voicemail transcriptions to the next version of iOS, according to a Business Insider report, which states that the company is looking to turn to its Siri mobile assistant to turn voicemails into text messages. A number of Apple employees are reportedly already…

    Variety33 mins ago
  • TV Review: ‘Back On Board: Greg Louganis’

    In terms of Olympic champions who harbored personal secrets, Greg Louganis’ story feels like a timely companion to that of Caitlyn (nee Bruce) Jenner. Yet the documentary devoted to Louganis’ life, “Back on Board: Greg Louganis,” is solidly produced but doesn’t deliver quite the splash that it…

    Variety
  • Are humans allowed in VR storytelling?

    This is Henry, and this is Henry, Story Studio's latest venture into narrative VR experiences. The new short premiered last week in Los Angeles, and it's the studio's latest attempt at a proof-of-concept for virtual reality stories.

    The Verge
  • Are DVDs Really a Thing of the Past?

    Redbox, the DVD-rental kiosk leader, still has many customers. Yet DVD sales and rentals are in the midst of a long decline as streaming services rise.

    TheStreet.com
  • 6 Biopics That Hollywood Should Make Next

    What biopics should Hollywood tackle next? We've got a few ideas.

    The Cheat Sheet
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    Argo: The True Story That Inspired the Movie

    Here's how Hollywood movie magic helped save lives in a hostage situation.

    Scripps Ulive
  • Brain training app could help people with schizophrenia

    A "brain training" iPad game developed in Britain may improve the memory of patients with schizophrenia, helping them in their daily lives at home and at work, researchers said on Monday. Scientists at Cambridge University said tests on a small number of patients who played the game over four weeks…

    Reuters
  • Banderas depicts ordeal of trapped Chilean miners in 'The 33'

    (Reuters) - Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is bringing the ordeal of 33 Chilean miners trapped underground for more than two months to the cinema screen, five years after the drama of their rescue gripped TV viewers around the world. The men were trapped 700 meters (2,300 feet) underground after…

    Reuters
  • Film Review: ‘Miss Hokusai’

    The annals of Western art are woefully sparse when it comes to female painters, which is just one of perhaps a dozen reasons that “Miss Hokusai” comes as such a refreshing anomaly among anime exports.

    Variety
  • Germany Box Office: 'Minions' Rule for Fifth Weekend

    In its first weekend in Germany, Adam Sandler-starrer 'Pixels' could not beat Universal's animated hit for the top score.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Big Names Line Up For Busan Project Market

    Leading Asian auteurs including Hana Makhmalbaf, Yu Likwai and India’s Kanu Behl will this year take up places at the Asian Project Market, part of the Busan film festival.

    Variety
  • Cate Blanchett to Receive MoMA's Film Benefit Honor (Exclusive)

    The Academy Award-winning actress follows in the footsteps of Alfonso Cuaron, who was last year’s recipient.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Locarno Film Festival: Europe's Sundance?

    For nearly 70 years, this Swiss event had celebrated the indie and offbeat from around the world — including Hollywood — and this year is no different (Amy Schumer, Udo Kier and Michael Cimino, anyone?). Here are four reasons it's worth the trip.

    The Hollywood Reporter
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    Kareena and Arjun have started preparing for ‘Ki and Ka’ (12 photos)

    Filmmaker R. Balki, whose upcoming film has been titled “Ki and Ka” and stars actors Arjun Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan in the lead roles, says the film stresses upon the equality of genders. “It is titled ‘Ki and Ka’. Hindi is a language where just not human beings, even objects have genders.…

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  • Jake Gyllenhaal Talks About Missing Out On Spider-Man and Batman Roles

    Jake Gyllenhaal is one of those actors who always could have played a superhero, but never did. He has famously come close however, almost replacing Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man and losing out to Christian Bale as Batman.

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