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Emmy Awards

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  • London Theater Review: 'My Night With Reg'

    Daniel (Geoffrey Streatfeild) is tormented by the possibility that Reg, his late partner, may not have been truthful: "I think he was having an affair." That's not the half of it. As stealthily revealed in the late Kevin Elyot's engrossingly plotted...
  • Jon Hamm and Lizzy Caplan on Tough Auditions and Uncomfortable Costumes

    "It's really exciting that we are the people that are getting nominated for awards, and I still feel like everybody's 20 years old and figuring everything out," says "Masters of Sex" star Lizzy Caplan, of her partner for her Variety conversation, "Mad...
  • Calif. TV anchor resigns after shoplifting scheme charges

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. There is no denying Sabrina Rodriguez has talent. The anchor for Sacramento's Fox40 lists five Emmy awards on her Facebook page, and that doesn't include two more she received at a gala ceremony June 14 in San Francisco, not far from...
  • Ron Galella's 'New York' -- reliving the days of the first paparazzo

    "The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity." -- Dorothy Parker I have written over and over and even did a documentary extolling the talents of the greatest paparazzo of them all, my longtime friend Ron Galella. Ron was chief of...
  • 'Orange Is the New Black' Stars Talk Audition Memories, Nudity and Writers' Room Secrets

    In a deft demonstration of corporate synergy, Netflix tapped new talkshow host Chelsea Handler to moderate a Q&A for "Orange Is the New Black," the streaming service's Emmy-nominated dramedy, on Monday night. The "For Your Consideration" panel, held at...
  • Carrie Brownstein of 'Portlandia' to Pen 'Lost in Austen' Movie

    "Portlandia" star and co-creator Carrie Brownstein has come on board to write a "Lost in Austen" movie, based on the original U.K. series. It's the first feature writing project for Brownstein, and one of Nora Ephron's unfinished works at the time of the...
  • How Cinematographer Adam Arkapaw Captured 'True Detective'

    There are often seminal moments in a popular TV show that critics and fans cite when recommending it. For HBO's "True Detective," one of those was the six-minute tracking shot that used a single take to follow Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson's...
  • Could Emmys Open the Door to Reality 'Acting' Awards?

    The Television Academy implemented several Emmy rule changes this year, among them splitting the honor for top reality program into structured and unstructured. The distinction creates an admittedly arbitrary break between programs that "mostly adhere...
  • Young Hollywood Awards Winners Take a Curtain Call

    With winners that ranged in age from teens to early 40s, the 16th annual Young Hollywood Awards feted a bevy of the young and the young at heart. Held on July 27 at L.A.'s Wiltern Theater, the kudos honored everyone from snowboarders to actors,...
  • Tim Gunn & Cat Deeley on Good Hosts, Bad Reality Shows and Unfair Judges

    They may be competitors in the Emmy race for reality host, but the ever-charming Tim Gunn and Cat Deeley couldn't have been more complimentary of each other during their conversation with Variety. Both veterans of reality TV -- 13 seasons ("Project...
  • Danielle Dajani, Tara Cook Join 'Downton Abbey' Producer Carnival Films

    LONDON -- Carnival Films, the London-based production company behind "Downton Abbey," has appointed Danielle Dajani as its head of production, and Tara Cook as development producer, working alongside Phil Temple, who has been promoted and also serves as...
  • NoHo building passes Actors' Equity audition for Western region office

    NoHo building passes Actors' Equity audition for Western region office
    Actors' Equity Assn., the union representing stage actors, has moved into a converted North Hollywood warehouse that it purchased for $5.2 million. The building, in the NoHo Arts District, now houses the union's Western region headquarters and its...