Madonna Concert Special Set for Showtime

Showtime announced Friday that it will premiere a new concert film from singer Madonna later this year. The movie “Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour” will debut Dec. 9 at 9 p.m. on the premium cable channel as well as its digital and on-demand platforms. The special will be comprised of behind-the-scenes and performance footage, culminating in… […]

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‘Nocturnal Animals’ Trailer Shows Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal’s Love Gone Wrong

“You look beautiful, as always,” Jake Gyllenhaal tells Amy Adams as their divorced characters reconnect in the ominous official trailer for Tom Ford’s thriller “Nocturnal Animals.” “Do you know that you were my first crush?” Gyllenhaal asks her on a windy night outdoors. “You were my first crush, too,” she admits. But the narrative descends into… […]

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Ontario Lures Productions With Provincial Tax Credit

Ontario, the most populous of Canada’s 10 provinces, and the second largest in total area, offers multiple opportunities to filmmakers and TV producers seeking a place to shoot their next project. The area’s deep production infrastructure includes multiple modern soundstages, a numerous and experienced labor force, and a state-of-the-art post-production and visual effects community. Toronto, the… […]

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‘Loving’ Premiere Brings Marriage Equality Discussion to the Forefront

Virginia is for Lovings. That was the theme for the premiere of the interracial love story “Loving” at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in Beverly Hills Thursday evening. While the 1958 marriage between, Mildred, a Native American and black woman, and Richard, a white man, was considered a turning point for American civil rights, writer-director Jeff Nichols stressed that their… […]

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‘Bambi’ Pioneer Tyrus Wong Gets Big Birthday Tribute at 105

Tyrus “Ty” Wong doesn’t get what the fuss is all about. Sure, he created “Bambi’s” distinctive look and exhibited artwork with Picasso. And yes, he illustrated scenes from “Rebel Without a Cause” and “The Wild Bunch” while designing popular Hallmark holiday cards on the side. All those accomplishments don’t overly impress Wong, however. “I’m just… […]

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Bill Anderson Recalls His Early Days in Music Business

Back in the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s, Bill Anderson was one of Nashville’s most prolific hitmakers, with classics like Ray Price’s “City Lights,” Roy Clark and Eddy Arnold’s “The Tips of My Fingers,” and his own pop crossover smash, “Still,” racing to the top of the country charts, and sometimes the pop list as well…. […]

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Anne Hathaway Was Not Thrilled When She Won Her Oscar: ‘I Tried to Pretend That I Was Happy’

She was le miz. Anne Hathaway apparently wasn’t thrilled when she won her first Oscar for best supporting actress in 2012’s Les Miserables. “I felt very uncomfortable,” the 33-year-old told This article originally appeared on www.usmagazine.com: Anne Hathaway Was Not Thrilled When She Won Her Oscar: ‘I Tried to Pretend That I Was Happy’  Read […]

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