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  • DVD Review: 'Wolf' shows Scorsese's thematic bite

    DVD Review: 'Wolf' shows Scorsese's thematic bite
    Martin Scorsese's sharp exposé “The Wolf of Wall Street” is the white-collar version of “Goodfellas” and “Casino”: it tells the same sort of historical/confessional story, and follows a very similar template. Much...
  • Dinner With Robert De Niro, Billy Crystal, Joe Torre Raises $1M for Muhammad Ali's Celebrity Fight Night

    "I had to show my voter registration and passport to get in here," joked Robert De Niro as he accepted the 2014 Muhammad Ali Celebrity Fight Night Award on April 12 in Phoenix. "And to get a drink at the bar, I had to prove I was not gay. Which is why I...
  • 100 years of movie costumes to take a bow at Phoenix museum

    100 years of movie costumes to take a bow at Phoenix museum
    Dorothy's pinafore and ruby red slippers, Darth Vader's helmet and cape and Austin Powers' blue velvet suit are just a few of the treasures on display in "Hollywood Costume," the monumental exhibition celebrating 100 years of costume in the movies opening...
  • TV Review: Billy Crystal's '700 Sundays'

    HBO's latest front-row seat to a theatrical one-man play shifts from Mike Tyson to Billy Crystal, translating the latter's comic memoir "700 Sundays" into a TV special. Nostalgic and deeply personal -- at a full two hours, there's no escaping that the...
  • Q&A: Robert De Niro Admits He Hasn't Seen Any of Tribeca's Films This Year

    Tribeca Enterprises made headlines last month when it sold 50% of its stake to the Madison Square Garden Co. Variety caught up with Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal, who founded the company in 2003, to talk about this year's festival, which starts on...
  • Concept for Live TV On-the-Go Was Around Long Before Aereo

    Aereo markets itself with the simple motto, "Watch Live TV Online." The technology is new; the concept, not so much. The mantra for the digital age has been to give consumers what they want, anywhere and anytime they want it. But when it comes to...
  • Well-Timed TV Character Deaths Pay Off for Writers and Actors

    WARNING: SPOILERS FOR "THE GOOD WIFE," "HOUSE OF CARDS," "SCANDAL," "HOMELAND," "SHAMELESS" AND "GAME OF THRONES" BELOW The body count in primetime is rising. Key characters in high-profile dramas are dropping like flies as producers seek the ratings...
  • Tribeca Organizers See Fest Expand as Brand Grows

    As the Tribeca Film Festival enters its 13th year, fest leaders feel confident they've established an identity for the event as more than just a placeholder between Sundance and Cannes. Now the only trick is to convince everybody else of that. Although...
  • Chelsea Clinton on Producing Her First Film 'Of Many'

    Could Chelsea Clinton follow in Al Gore's footsteps and take her new documentary all the way to the Oscars? Clinton, 34, is the executive producer of the documentary short "Of Many," about the friendship between a New York rabbi and an imam, which...
  • Four Quick Questions for Morgan Spurlock

    Morgan Spurlock's "Inside Man" returned to CNN April 13. The "Super Size Me" filmmaker embedded himself with paparazzi in the opening hour, "Celebrity." Did the guys in "Celebrity" change your perspective at all? You realize it's not so easy just to put...
  • Ken Ziffren's Next Act: Reviving Production in L.A.

    Two months ago, one of Ken Ziffren's law partners, Matt Johnson, came into his office and said, "I am going to ask you to do something that you are going to enjoy, but you aren't going to enjoy the visibility." "And I said, 'Uh oh,' " Ziffren recalls....
  • Music Attorney Lee Phillips Deals With Fickle Personalities, Changing Technology

    When he was growing up in New York, there were signs that Lee Phillips would pursue a career as a musician: He went to the High School of Music and Art, where he specialized in clarinet; composer Sammy Fain, perhaps best known for the standard "I'll Be...