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Trump To Sarah Palin: Jorge Ramos “Just Putting On A Show”

If you haven’t watched One America News Network, you’re not alone. Available in only 12 million homes, the San Diego-based 24/7 news channel feels almost like a vlog rather than a huge journalism operation. Loose and conversational, and openly partisan, you can’t say it isn’t entertaining, especially if you’re politically conservative. Show More Summary

Jimmy Kimmel Reveals Vin Scully To Return For 67th Dodgers Season

Jimmy Kimmel tonight helped announce that veteran Dodgers announcer Vin Scully will indeed be coming back next baseball season, marking his 67th year in the job. The Dodgers followed it up on Twitter. OFFICIAL: It'll be a very pleasant 2016. Vin Scully to return for his 67th season. pic.twitter.com/i2WrutItRO — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) August 29…

‘Silicon Valley’ Editor Tim Roche On Reaction Shots, Tonal Shifts & Cutting In Improv – Emmys

Fresh off the second season of Silicon Valley, editor Tim Roche now finds himself editing comedy year-round, splitting his time between Silicon Valley and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Though there are two editors on Silicon Valley,...Show More Summary

NBCUniversal Heading To Trial In Age Discrimination Case From Award-Winning Ex-KNBC Producer

It's looking more and more certain that Frank Snepp is going to get the trial he wants against NBCUniversal and Comcast. A L.A. Superior Court Judge today refused the media giant's best efforts to have the Emmy and Peabody-winning journalist's nearly 2-year old age discrimination case thrown out. Show More Summary

ABC Nabs Dramedy From Liz Heldens Based On ‘Big Ballet’ UK Reality Series

In a competitive situation, with multiple networks pursuing, ABC has landed  ballet-themed dramedy written/executive produced by Deception and Mercy creator Liz Heldens and executive produced by Sue Naegle. The project, which has received...Show More Summary

‘Community’ Stunt Coordinator Ben Scott On Choreographing Bits For Laughs – Emmys

Stunt coordinator Ben Scott has followed up such SAG Award-winning work in X-Men: First Class with his now Emmy-nominated role in the stunts for Yahoo!'s Community. The comedy came with a certain set of challenges. "This one scene we did required one of our leads to wear six, good-sized bullet hits," Scott says. Show More Summary

Emmys: Jon Hamm, Allison Janney, Christine Baranski And Other Double-Nominees – Photo Gallery

Sometimes working double-time has its rewards. Five actors received multiple nominations this year, in some cases by segueing seamlessly between comedy and drama. Allison Janney became the queen of multitasking when she won two Emmys last year for the same two roles she's nominated for again this year. Will there be more double-wins come Emmy night on September 20?

Steven Pasquale Cast As Male Lead In CBS’ New ‘Doubt’ Pilot

Steven Pasquale (The Good Wife) is set as the male lead opposite Katherine Heigl in CBS‘ new pilot for legal drama Doubt. The project, from writers Tony Phelan and Joan Rater, CBS TV Studios and Timberman/Beverly Prods, centers on Sadie...Show More Summary

Richard Pryor Pic Set; Oprah Winfrey To Play His Brothel-Owner Grandma, Eddie Murphy “Uncle” Buck, Mike Epps And Kate Hudson As Pryor And Wife Jennifer

EXCLUSIVE: The Weinstein Company is ready to green light its Richard Pryor biopic, and my, have Harvey Weinstein and Lee Daniels put together a terrific cast. The new additions: Oprah Winfrey will play Pryor’s grandmother, who ran a brothel and raised the iconic comic there; Eddie Murphy will play Pryor’s father, Leroy “Buck Carter” Pryor. Show More Summary

‘The Jury’ Legal Drama Produced By Carol Mendelsohn Sold To ABC With Big Penalty

ABC is developing The Jury, a drama project written by Justified writer-producer VJ Boyd and Mark Bianculli (MTV pilot Self Promotion) and executive produced by CSI alumna Carol Mendelsohn. The project, from Sony Pictures TV, where Mendelsohn is under an overall deal, landed at ABC with a significant penalty. Show More Summary

‘We Are Your Friends’ Review: Zac Efron Takes On Sex, Drugs And Dance Music But Does He Score?

Sex, drugs, dance music, parties, girls and Zac Efron are the recipe for We Are Your Friends, a late-summer box office entry from Warner Bros that might find a hard time gaining traction (especially with a terrible title that is hard to remember) but is a likable-enough diversion before fall and more serious movies start bombarding us. Show More Summary

Richard Cabral On Reversing Latino Stereotypes In ‘American Crime’ – Emmys

From the moment he stepped up to audition for John Ridley's anthology series American Crime, for a role that on paper was familiar to him, Richard Cabral hoped to bring new light to a Latino archetype often misaligned in the media. As...Show More Summary

‘Complications’ Cancelled By USA After One Season

USA Network has opted not to order a second season of Complications, its freshman drama starring Jason O’Mara. I hear the options on the cast had recently expired, but the network brass, still on the fence about a pickup, secured a 4-day extension while pondering the show’s fate. Show More Summary

Armie Hammer Joins Tom Ford’s ‘Nocturnal Animals’

Armie Hammer has joined the cast of Nocturnal Animals, the book adaptation that Tom Ford is writing and directing. The Man From U.N.C.L.E. star joins a cast that includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kim Basinger and Aaron Taylor Johnson. Show More Summary

Bert Fields Talks Disney Ban, George Lucas, James Cameron, Harvey Weinstein, Napoleon & The Next Big Thing

EXCLUSIVE: It might not be too much of a stretch to say that Bert Fields has played a role in almost ever great Hollywood legal battle of the last 30 years. The Cardinal Richelieu of Tinseltown attorneys, Fields counts among his accomplishments...Show More Summary

Ryan Simpkins Joins ‘The House’ With Will Ferrell And Amy Poehler

Ryan Simpkins is moving into the upcoming comedy The House, also starring with Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler. The film is about a pair of cash strapped parents who accidentally blow the money intended to pay for their daughter’s college tuition. Show More Summary

Rebekah Brooks Will Return To Pre-Scandal Perch At News Corp UK – Reports

Rebekah Brooks and Rupert Murdoch appear to be thisclose again. British press reports on Friday said that Brooks has agreed to  return to her former post as head of News Corp’s newspaper division, and News Corp wasn’t denying it: “As...Show More Summary

William H. Macy On ‘Shameless’ Season 6: “It’s All About Pregnancy” – Emmys

Playing the ultimate drunk, Frank Gallagher on Showtime's Shameless, has so far snagged William H. Macy noms for a Critics' Choice, a Globe and two Emmys. This past season, Macy had the added challenges of directing an episode–it included a sex scene and a shooting–and figuring out how to portray Frank in a rare phase of sobriety. Show More Summary

Pamela Adlon On Her New FX Series ‘Better Things’ And 10-Year Working Relationship With Louis C.K. – Emmys

Pamela Adlon has had a long and storied career on several TV series—including seven seasons on Californication—as a voice actress, and in such early-career movies as Say Anything and Sgt. Bilko. She's been at this since she was a kid, after all. Show More Summary

‘Straight Outta Compton’ Threepeat; Faith-Based ‘War Room’ Leading Newcomers So Far — Friday Matinees

Newcomers this weekend are performing as expected in what is anticipated to be a weak, end-of-summer three-day. Three new films are competing for moviegoers in the final weekend before Labor Day, and the faith-based War Room from Fireproof...Show More Summary

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