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  • CEO Dov Charney's ouster could be ruinous for American Apparel

    CEO Dov Charney's ouster could be ruinous for American Apparel
    His company's advertising favored provocative women, and so did he. Now American Apparel Chief Executive Dov Charney's highly sexualized lifestyle has cost him stewardship of the company he founded — and may destroy it. The company suspended...
  • ‘Game of Thrones’: Sibel Kekilli talks Shae and meeting her maker

     
    Sibel Kekilli has known for a long time that her days on “Game of Thrones” were numbered. Though the German […]...
  • Gary Oldman: Four prior Playboy-ish provocations

    Gary Oldman: Four prior Playboy-ish provocations
    Gary Oldman is making headlines for his incendiary comments in a recent Playboy interview, in which the "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" star rails against political correctness, defends Mel Gibson's now-notorious rant during his 2006 arrest, and makes...
  • Alpha Violet Takes 'For Some Inexplicable Reason' World Sales Rights (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS - Paris-based sales house Alpha Violet has swooped on world sales rights to "For Some Inexplicable Reason," the feature film debut of Hungary's Gabor Reisz that world premieres in the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival's East of the West competition....
  • 'Under the Dome'? Written by — and tweaked for TV by — Stephen King

    'Under the Dome'? Written by — and tweaked for TV by — Stephen King
    When asked how he came to write the Season 2 premiere of "Under the Dome," the television adaptation of his 2009 sci-fi novel that returns to CBS on June 30, Stephen King is refreshingly candid. "I knew that George R.R. Martin had written a few episodes...
  • Paul Mazursky, Director of 'Unmarried Woman,' Dies at 84

    Performer-turned-writer/director Paul Mazursky, who was Oscar-nommed five times and helmed hit movies including "Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice" and "An Unmarried Woman," died of cardiac arrest Monday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was...
  • Review: 'Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me' shows the actress feisty, fragile

    Formidable, indomitable, irascible: Pick your adjective, and it pretty much describes the force of nature who holds the stage in "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me." But what makes this documentary on the celebrated actress and singer especially involving is...
  • Gordon Willis dies at 82; 'Godfather,' 'Annie Hall' cinematographer

    Gordon Willis dies at 82; 'Godfather,' 'Annie Hall' cinematographer
    Whether he was working in color or black and white, cinematographer Gordon Willis conceived the look of a film in gradations. In "The Godfather" trilogy, the Don was shrouded in the shadows of his underworld. In "All the President's Men," reporters...
  • Scarlett Johansson Speaks Out on Woody Allen Abuse Controversy: 'It's All Guesswork'

    Scarlett Johansson has spoken for the first time about the Woody Allen sexual abuse allegations since being called out in Dylan Farrow's open letter last month, and she calls the criticism "irresponsible." Johansson was one of several Hollywood figures,...
  • '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....
  • Obamas attend 'A Raisin in the Sun' starring Denzel Washington

    Obamas attend 'A Raisin in the Sun' starring Denzel Washington
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama took time Friday to attend the Broadway revival of "A Raisin in the Sun," starring Denzel Washington. Tickets to the play at New York's Ethel Barrymore Theatre have been selling out since the production...
  • 'Louie' returns, on its own peculiar terms

    'Louie' returns, on its own peculiar terms
    Here in the Titanium Age of Television, one comedy gets the sort of ecstatic, near-universal acclaim usually reserved for dramas like "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men." Out of whatever lucky confluence of executive foresight or predilection and the artist...