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  • CANNES: Film Factory to Distribute Romance 'Palm Trees in the Snow'

    As Cannes kicks off, Film Factory has closed world sales rights to romance "Palm Trees in the Snow." Pic is backed by "Buried" producer Adrian Guerra and Atresmedia Cine, whose credits include Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," "I Want You" and...
  • Renee Fleming, Placido Domingo together in Los Angeles

    Renee Fleming, Placido Domingo together in Los Angeles
    In 1995, a rising young soprano named Renée Fleming sang her first opening night at the Metropolitan Opera in a production of Verdi's "Otello," with Plácido Domingo in the title role. On Thursday, Fleming paid Domingo tribute for helping her with that...
  • Pop culture's sacred cows? Just dare to dis them

    Pop culture's sacred cows? Just dare to dis them
    "You are a predictable snotty little journalist that had to take a shot at the Rolling Stones. Overrated? I think not. You, on the other hand, have accomplished nothing in your pathetic little career. Who are you? Just another third-rate . . . writer."...
  • Good old days of NYC's finest celeb eateries

    "KANYE, stay in shape. The last guy only lasted 72 days. Last longer than a Hollywood marriage. Join Today. New York Sports Clubs." For my money, this ad in The N.Y. Post is the funniest most pertinent advertisement of the entertainment year! I WANT...
  • 'The Godfather' Cinematographer Gordon Willis Dies at 82

    Influential cinematographer Gordon Willis, whose photography for "The Godfather" series and Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan" helped define the look of 1970s cinema, has died, according to his close associate Doug Hart's Facebook page. He was 82....
  • Jerry Seinfeld Tells David Letterman About His Comedy 'Anti-Show' Made Possible by the Internet

    Jerry Seinfeld sat down for a freewheeling chat with David Letterman on Monday evening -- two comedians, not in cars or drinking coffee, but pretty entertaining anyway. Letterman's interview of Seinfeld at the Paley Center for Media in New York was a...
  • Tonys 2014: Magical moments on the red carpet, backstage

    Tonys 2014: Magical moments on the red carpet, backstage
    There was the TV telecast that millions watched. And then there were backstage and red carpet moments at the Tony Awards that you might have missed — like James Monroe Iglehart revealing his plans to celebrate his win for featured actor, musical for...
  • 2014 Tony nominations: Strange year for musicals

    2014 Tony nominations: Strange year for musicals
    In a wildly unpredictable year for the Tony Awards, especially in the popular category of new musicals, “A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder,” “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” “After Midnight,” and “Aladdin&...
  • Five Questions for Los Angeles Film Festival Director Stephanie Allain

    Stephanie Allain is in her third year as director of the Los Angeles Film Festival, which runs June 11-19, kicking off with "Snowpiercer" and closing with "Jersey Boys." It's the fifth straight year that the festival -- now in its 20th year -- has been in...
  • How Hit Guest Stars Ended Up on TV's Top Shows

    Playing a guest role on a TV show can be one of the most difficult acting jobs: While series regulars have the luxury of building a role over time, a guest star has to drop in and create a fully fledged character, sometimes with only a few lines. Dawn...
  • Gordon Willis, 'Godfather' and 'Annie Hall' cinematographer, dies

    Gordon Willis, 'Godfather' and 'Annie Hall' cinematographer, dies
    Gordon Willis, the groundbreaking cinematographer who shot the "Godfather" movies for Francis Ford Coppola and "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan" for Woody Allen, has died, American Society of Cinematographers President Richard Crudo confirmed Monday. He was...
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