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  • SXSW Winner 'Take Me to the River' Gets U.S. Distribution

    Abramorama and Social Capital Films have teamed to acquired the U.S. theatrical rights to Martin Shore's music documentary "Take Me to the River" for a Sept. 12 release. The film celebrates the inter-generational and inter-racial musical influence of...
  • Emmys: Quirky Is the New Black

    In much the same way that dramas like AMC's "Breaking Bad" and HBO's "The Sopranos" made flawed antiheroes easy to root for, a new wave of comedy is putting the oddball front and center. Instead of Jerry Seinfeld playing the straight man to his quirky...
  • Capsule reviews of feature films

    AND SO IT GOES 1 1/2 stars. Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton team for the first time in a wincingly sappy three-quarter-life rom-com about a Scrooge-like widower and a wifty lounge-singing widow and the unexpected appearance of a cute-as-a-button...
  • Variety Celebrates 2014 Class of '10 Comics to Watch' at Montreal's Just for Laughs Fest

    Though Montreal's Just for Laughs comedy confab extends for nearly the entire month of July -- mostly for the benefit of French-speaking locals delighted by slapstick routines -- for the last week of the month, the lineup switches languages, drawing...
  • Montreal Just for Laughs Fest: The Honorees

    Andy Samberg Comedy Person of the Year 2014 started with a bang for Andy Samberg, who took home a Golden Globe for his performance on his hit Fox laffer "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," which also won best comedy. He is slated to appear in Ryan Murphy's upcoming...
  • Linking Seth Rogen, Judd Apatow to UCSB Shootings Is Absurd (Opinion)

    In a development as sadly inevitable as the UCSB mass murder itself, the finger-pointing over who is to blame for the tragedy took a very misguided turn Sunday. Ann Hornaday of the Washington Post wrote an op-ed criticizing those in the entertainment...
  • Interview: Brian Littrell can picture Backstreet Boys performing into their 50s

    Interview: Brian Littrell can picture Backstreet Boys performing into their 50s
    I hate to be the bearer of bad news for One Direction fans, but the immensely popular British boy band won't be around forever. History has taught us that solo aspirations or in-fighting among band members will likely do in the quintet within the next two...
  • 818 Roundup: The making of "Superbad," Burbank shooting death, Crescenta Valley robberies

    818 Roundup: The making of "Superbad," Burbank shooting death, Crescenta Valley robberies
    Good morning readers! Today is Monday, June 9, and the month's namesake gloom and fog is truly upon us. Be careful during your commutes, and be sure to be parked before reading these headlines:  The Department of Motor Vehicles will soon begin issuing...
  • Summer comedies can be funny ... and smart

    When it's hot, as in summertime hot, it can feel like your brain doesn't work right. Which may partly explain why the summer is such a peak season for stupid movies, the sorts of loud, outsized, clanging behemoths that people mean when they typically...
  • Harold Ramis honored at memorial service in Los Angeles

    Harold Ramis honored at memorial service in Los Angeles
    You’d expect a Harold Ramis memorial to be funny given that the guy basically invented modern American comedy in his work from Second City and “SCTV” in 1960s and ‘70s through “National Lampoon’s Animal House,”...
  • North Korea Slams Seth Rogen-James Franco Comedy 'The Interview'

    North Korea is not amused by the upcoming James Franco-Seth Rogen comedy "The Interview." The regime has already condemned the film, which won't open until Oct. 10. Kim Myong-chol, executive director of the Centre for North Korea-U.S. Peace and an...
  • Aaron Sorkin in Talks for 'Flash Boys' at Sony

    Sony Pictures is in early talks for Aaron Sorkin to adapt Michael Lewis' real-life financial drama "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt." Sorkin won a screenwriting Oscar in 2010 for adapting "The Social Network" for Sony. Scott Rudin, a producer on "The...