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  • Angelina Jolie Honored by British Government

    LONDON -- Angelina Jolie, who is special envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, has been honored by the British government for her work to end sexual violence in war zones. Jolie was in London this week attending a major conference that is...
  • Ensemble TV Actors Shine in Smaller Roles

    Let's be honest: While it's great to win an Emmy -- any Emmy -- almost every actor would prefer a leading role to a supporting one. That said, some of today's top movie stars got their start in a supporting TV role. Woody Harrelson first came to fame...
  • New TV Scribes Face The Incredible Shrinking Writers' Room

    At a pre-emmy breakfast last year, "Downton Abbey's" architect Julian Fellowes expressed some amusement at the thought of a "writers' room." "I don't have as much ability to talk in our writers' room because there's only one person in our room: me," he...
  • ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Rose Leslie on Ygritte’s last act

     
    When Scottish actress Rose Leslie landed the role of the Wildling warrior Ygritte in “Game of Thrones,” she immediately turned […]...
  • George Clooney wedding might be in Venice, Italy

    George Clooney wedding might be in Venice, Italy
    Although they recently toured the estate in England that's the setting for "Downton Abbey," George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin hope to marry in Venice, Italy, in September, sources tell Page Six. [Page Six] Ginger Zee of "Good Morning America" wore a...
  • Broadcast series go head to head with cable skeins in this year's Emmy race

    While audiences are enjoying what's arguably known as the next Golden Age of Television, the TV Academy has been faced with increasingly blurred lines in terms of the shows in the Emmy contest. As eight- and 13-episode cable dramas compete with 22-episode...
  • Film Review: 'Lullaby'

    With a solemnity belied by his last name, sometime-actor-producer-painter-sculptor Andrew Levitas makes a doggedly personal and downbeat directorial debut with "Lullaby," about a family that gathers for its patriarch's imminent cancer death. The name...
  • Mystery roundup: 'Murder at Mullings,' others

    Mystery roundup: 'Murder at Mullings,' others
    Here are three new mystery novels to check out. Murder at Mullings by Dorothy Cannell, Severn House, 247 pages, $28.95 In Dorothy Cannell's "Murder at Mullings," the Stodmarsh family has lived 300 years without scandal in the great house, known as...
  • Inked-in bets and a few penciled-in ones in Emmy's drama acting races

    Inked-in bets and a few penciled-in ones in Emmy's drama acting races
    "True Detective" and "Breaking Bad" produced only eight episodes apiece but, for their ensembles, it's the quality not the quantity that counts. The shows should dominate the Emmys' drama series acting nominations. Here's an early look at the front-...
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  • How TV's Bad Boys Reap Emmy Awards

    Rascals are in vogue these days. Just ask Emmy. Last year's lead actor in a drama slate featured Walter White of "Breaking Bad," Don Draper of "Mad Men," Frank Underwood of "House of Cards" and Damian Lewis of "Homeland." Connivers and cheaters all; many...