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  • Dee Dee Myers Talks About Her Transition from Washington to Warner Bros.

    Dee Dee Myers, former White House press secretary for President Clinton, tells Variety that she doesn't have a "playbook" for her transition from politics to Hollywood. She'll assume the role as Warner Bros.' head of corporate communications in September,...
  • Josh Charles: Should the 'Good Wife' star make a play for movies?

    Josh Charles: Should the 'Good Wife' star make a play for movies?
    On Sunday, Josh Charles exited “The Good Wife" when his character, Will Gardner, was the victim of a seemingly out-of-the-blue fatal shooting. On Monday, he explained his decision to David Letterman. On Tuesday, it’s a question of now what....
  • Tribeca: Art Forgery Documentary Gets Distribution

    Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to art forgery documentary "Art and Craft," which world premieres next month at the Tribeca Film Festival. Oscilloscope plans a theatrical release for the late summer and early fall for the...
  • Critic's Notebook: Lena Dunham grows up, and so does 'Girls'

    From the moment we met her two years ago, Lena Dunham has been as much character as creator. Her story — a 23-year-old with one small film to her credit handed the reins of a high-profile, frantically marketed HBO series — bled through the...
  • Movies that never got made

    Movies that never got made
    Make no small plans. Said Alejandro Jodorowsky. Probably. Certainly, at some point, in the mid-1970s, while the Chilean filmmaker was trying to get his gargantuan Hollywood adaptation of Frank Herbert's science-fiction novel "Dune" off the ground,...
  • TV Picks: 'Inside Amy Schumer,' 'Medora,' Hannibal Buress, 'Justified'

    TV Picks: 'Inside Amy Schumer,' 'Medora,' Hannibal Buress, 'Justified'
    "Inside Amy Schumer" (Comedy Central, Tuesdays). This week -- April Fool's Day, as it happens -- begins a second season for Amy Schumer's brilliant, biting sketch-cum-stand-up-cum-interview show. Although Schumer, who is 32, has been doing stand-up for...
  • Don't spoil 'House of Cards' for Barack Obama, please

    Don't spoil 'House of Cards' for Barack Obama, please
    The second season of Netflix's political thriller "House of Cards" got released at midnight PST, and while many wasted no time tearing into the twisty Kevin Spacey-Robin Wright series, there's one fan who's going to need a little time to catch up. And God...
  • Silicon Valley satire nails the culture, geeks say

    Silicon Valley satire nails the culture, geeks say
    REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — Silicon Valley, with its influence and economic clout soaring to all-time highs, is having its pop culture moment. But the stream of movies, books, even a reality TV show spotlighting nerdy start-up culture have all been...
  • Aaron Sorkin to Receive Nantucket Festival's Screenwriters Tribute

    The Nantucket Film Festival has tapped Aaron Sorkin for its annual screenwriters tribute, to be handed out during the fest's 19th annual edition this summer. Emily Mortimer, who stars in Sorkin's HBO series "The Newsroom," will present the kudo, which...
  • Tribeca Film Festival Devotes a Week to New Media and Innovation

    The Tribeca Film Festival will take its latest step toward embracing new media with the new Tribeca Innovation Week, set to run during the latter half of the 2014 festival and aimed at bringing screenwriters, filmmakers and financiers together with...
  • Sid Caesar: A Larger-Than-Life Figure, With a Longer Shadow

    Sid Caesar can be judged, in part, by the company he kept. As the star of "Your Show of Shows," he famously provided a spawning ground for numerous titans of comedy, with a writing staff that included Woody Allen, Neil Simon, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks and...
  • The fateful vision of 'Network,' nearly 40 years later

    The fateful vision of 'Network,' nearly 40 years later
    "I want you to go to the window, open it, stick your head out and yell, 'I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore." So said Howard Beale in "Network." When the movie opened in fall 1976, critics and audiences — not to mention...