Cannes: Top European Theater Group Demands Theatrical Release for Film Festival Movies

Cannes: Top European Theater Group Demands Theatrical Release for Film Festival Movies

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Cannes: Top European Theater Group Demands Theatrical Release for Film Festival Movies
Two Netflix films played for the first time in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, sparking demand that all films in the festival have a theatrical release. read more Related
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Theater geeks are freaking out about Amy Schumer on Broadway

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Theater geeks are freaking out about Amy Schumer on Broadway
Just call her Amy $chumer. Out of the gate in this new Broadway season, the No. 1 box office draw is a 36-year-old stand-up comedian. Can Amy Schumer sing? Can she dance? Who knows? Who cares? What she can do is sell tickets. When they went on sale for the comedy she’s headlining — “Meteor… […]
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Family sues film producer over Jennifer Aniston honeymoon death

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Family sues film producer over Jennifer Aniston honeymoon death
Carmel Musgrove was on the French-Polynesian island of Bora Bora with Joel Silver and his family. Related
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Hollywood Reacts to Steve Bannon’s White House Exit

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Hollywood Reacts to Steve Bannon’s White House Exit
On Friday, President Donald Trump’s chief strategist and the former executive chair of Breitbart News Steve Bannon exited the White House just days after Trump declined to guarantee Bannon’s job security at a press conference at Trump Tower. Reports are mixed as to whether Bannon was fired or resigned, but Hollywood took to Twitter to… […]
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New ‘Planet of the Apes’ Video Game Will Bridge The Last Two Films, Andy Serkis Involved

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New ‘Planet of the Apes’ Video Game Will Bridge The Last Two Films, Andy Serkis Involved
While ideas of more Planet of the Apes movies are still floating around the studio lot over at 20th Century Fox, a sequel to (or spin-off of) this summer’s spectacular War for the Planet of the Apes has not officially been given a green light yet. But fans of that world will have the opportunity to dive back […]
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Country stars stay quiet about politics these days, but Charlottesville may be the tipping point

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Country stars stay quiet about politics these days, but Charlottesville may be the tipping point
Nashville singers have largely been silent about current events since the election. This week, things were different. Related
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Oscars: Clint Eastwood, Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott Race to the Finish

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Oscars: Clint Eastwood, Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott Race to the Finish
“The Papers” and “All the Money in the World” are already last-minute contenders. “The 15:17 to Paris” may soon join them. Related
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'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Season 9 Trailer Teases Larry David's Heroic Return

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'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Season 9 Trailer Teases Larry David's Heroic Return
“The world needs him now more than ever,” a new teaser for the upcoming revival says. read more Related
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Fox CEO James Murdoch Criticizes Trump’s Reaction to Charlottesville: ‘Standing Up to Nazis Is Essential’

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Fox CEO James Murdoch Criticizes Trump’s Reaction to Charlottesville: ‘Standing Up to Nazis Is Essential’
James Murdoch, the CEO of 21st Century Fox, has spoken out against President Donald Trump’s controversial reaction to the violence in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend. In a personal letter sent to friends and associates urging them to support the Anti-Defamation League, Murdoch called the violence, in which one woman was killed and 19 others… […]
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Jon Kalbfleisch tunes up ‘A Little Night Music’

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Jon Kalbfleisch tunes up ‘A Little Night Music’
The production’s music director has kept Signature Theatre shows sharp since 1991. Related
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Chinese Investor Launches Puji Films With Backing for Peter Guber’s Mandalay Endurance

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Chinese Investor Launches Puji Films With Backing for Peter Guber’s Mandalay Endurance
Shanghai-based investment firm Puji Capital has launched a movie investment subsidiary, Puji Films. Its first investment is the backing of Peter Guber’s new Mandalay Endurance Ventures. MEMV is a joint venture between Mandalay Entertainment, Endurance Media and sports owner Jeff Vinik. Puji describes MEMV as a film production, financing, and international distribution platform with a… […]
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Stephen Frears to be honored at Venice Film Festival

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Stephen Frears to be honored at Venice Film Festival
The director will be the 12th recipient of the Jaeger-LeCoultre prize since its inception in 2006. Related
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'Game of Thrones' Star Predicts HBO Will Ditch Digital Scripts After Hacks

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'Game of Thrones' Star Predicts HBO Will Ditch Digital Scripts After Hacks
“I think they’re basically going to go back to hand-delivering and just giving us scripts,” said Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. read more Related
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Veteran TV Producer Cindy Chupack Signs With UTA and Lighthouse Management (Exclusive)

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Veteran TV Producer Cindy Chupack Signs With UTA and Lighthouse Management (Exclusive)
Her credits include ‘Sex and the City,’ ‘Divorce’ and ‘I’m Dying Up Here.’ read more Related
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Superhero Bits: Young Justice Season 3, Killgrave’s Return, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite & More

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Superhero Bits: Young Justice Season 3, Killgrave’s Return, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite & More
How will Kilgrave return in the second season of Jessica Jones? How insane is the story for Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite? What does The Defenders have on Rotten Tomatoes? Is the Captain Marvel script starting over from scratch? Which Marvel character does Stan Lee want to see get their own movie? What’s in store for […]
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‘Mission: Impossible 6’ Now Expected to Wrap Production in December

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‘Mission: Impossible 6’ Now Expected to Wrap Production in December
With Tom Cruise temporarily out of action because of a stunt injury, “Mission: Impossible 6” is expected to wrap production in December rather than October but can still be delivered for its planned release next July, a source close to the production said Thursday. Likewise, director Christopher McQuarrie insisted in an interview with British movie… […]
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Style Invitational Week 1241: Less taste, more fill-in — our not-crossword

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Style Invitational Week 1241: Less taste, more fill-in — our not-crossword
Choose up to 25 words to fill in as you like and define them; plus fake word origins Related
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John Cleese Disses U.S. Comedies, Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch

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John Cleese Disses U.S. Comedies, Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch
John Cleese excoriated modern U.S. comedies, described Donald Trump as farcical and skewered Rupert Murdoch during a lively, humorous and wide-ranging Q&A at the Sarajevo Film Festival on Thursday. Cleese was honored the night before with the Honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award for “his extraordinary contribution to the art of film” ahead of an open-air screening… […]
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'Stranger Things,' 'Better Call Saul' Double Down on Emmy Editing Nominations

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'Stranger Things,' 'Better Call Saul' Double Down on Emmy Editing Nominations
The Netflix and AMC hits both scored dual nominations in the category, where they’ll face off with HBO’s ‘Westworld.’ read more Related
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'The Defenders' Showrunner Talks 'Avengers' Comparisons, Tonal Challenges

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'The Defenders' Showrunner Talks 'Avengers' Comparisons, Tonal Challenges
“When you have literally the footprints that ‘The Avengers’ had, there’s kind of no way to avoid the comparison,” Marco Ramirez tells THR. read more Related
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