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Cannes 70th Bash: “Cinema Is With Manchester” Says Fest Boss; Guillermo del Toro Talks “Monsters…In Post-Truth Age”

Even though the fireworks were called off due to the tragedy in Manchester, Cannes Film Festival’s 70th Anniversary went on with everyone including Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Uma Thurman, Christoph Waltz, Marion Cotillard, Claudia...Show More Summary

James Bond Actor Roger Moore Dies Aged 89

Sir Roger Moore, the suave English actor who is best known for playing James Bond and Simon Templar in The Saint TV series, has died aged 89 in Switzerland. Moore played the third incarnation of the famous 007 spy in seven Bond films...Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert Wins 2016-17 TV Season In Late-Night, Taking On Donald Trump

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: hated by President Donald Trump; loved by viewers. Colbert’s CBS Late Show will win the 2016-17 TV season in total viewers – CBS’ first win over NBC’s The Tonight Show in overall audience with a season-long host since the 1994-95 TV season. Show More Summary

Manchester Attack: Cannes Film Festival Plans Minute Of Silence & Cancels Fireworks; ‘Cars 3’ Event Called Off

The Cannes Film Festival will observe a minute of silence at 3 PM local time today in solidarity with the city of Manchester where at least 22 people, including some children, were killed in a suicide bombing attack on Monday night. A fireworks display to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the festival has also been canceled. Show More Summary

‘Twin Peaks’ Fans Streamed To Showtime To Break Signup Record

Showtime won’t have ratings for Sunday’s two-episode premiere of Twin Peaks until tomorrow, but it’s clear the return of David Lynch’s iconic series will move the needle at the premium network. After last night’s airing, Showtime offered...Show More Summary

Joss Whedon To Wrap Up ‘Justice League’ Movie After Snyder Family Tragedy

Zack Snyder and his producer-wife Deborah Snyder have stepped aside from Warner Bros’ Justice League tentpole to deal with a family tragedy, and The Avengers writer-director Joss Whedon has stepped in to wrap up some reshoots and postproduction,...Show More Summary

Uni Brands New Monster Movies As ‘Dark Universe’; Bill Condon’s ‘Bride Of Frankenstein’ Up Next In Feb. 2019

Universal Pictures’ relaunch of its classic monster movie characters, starting with the Tom Cruise feature The Mummy on June 9, will be known as the “Dark Universe” franchise. In addition the studio confirmed today what Deadline exclusively...Show More Summary

Netflix ‘Meyerowitz Stories’ Director Noah Baumbach On The Big Screen Experience: “It’s Not Going Away” – Cannes

Director Noah Baumbach addressed the elephant in the room during the Cannes Film Festival press conference for his film The Meyerowitz Stories this morning: What do you think about this whole streaming service controversy at the festival? Meyerowitz Stories along with Okja is one of two titles from the Netflix streaming service. Show More Summary

Review: Amber Tamblyn Wreaks Havoc In ‘Can You Forgive Her?’

“Marry the man today/And change his ways tomorrow,” Adelaide advises Sarah in Guys And Dolls. That’s not good enough for Tanya, who chooses Halloween night to tell her somewhat aimless, twice-divorced boyfriend Graham that if he wants her hand in marriage, he needs to prove he’s got the cojones can support her. Show More Summary

Sean Hannity “I Am Not Discussing” DNC Staffer Murder Story “For Now”

Hours after Fox News Channel finally retracted a May 16 conspiracy theory story about the fatal shooting of DNC staffer Seth Rich in Washington DC last July, Fox News Channel primetime star Sean Hannity did an about face, and said “out...Show More Summary

Jon Stewart & HBO Scrap His Digital Animated Series Project

So much for that long-simmering deal for Jon Stewart’s big return to television. The former Daily Show host and HBO have agreed to scrap his planned digital animated series for the premium cabler. "HBO and Jon Stewart have decided not to proceed with a short form digital animated project,” the parties said in a joint statement tonight. Show More Summary

‘America’s Got Talent’ Producer Sued After Tyra Banks “Physically Manipulated” Young Girl

Here is the latest reminder that those who want to be on a reality competition show need to know what they’re getting into. A woman referred to as Jane Doe is suing the production company behind America’s Got Talent, claiming that her...Show More Summary

Doug Liman Exits ‘Justice League Dark’ Movie

Doug Liman has backed out of directing Warner Bros’ Justice League Dark, the film that was to be a cog in the studio’s DC Universe of movies. The move is not surprising, as Liman’s schedule is officially tied up for the time being: As...Show More Summary

‘The Last Ship’ Season 4 Gets August Premiere Date On TNT

TNT has slotted Sunday, August 20 for the fourth season premiere of its epic drama series The Last Ship. The two-hour episode will debut at 9 PM across TNT platforms. Eric Dane, Bridget Regan and Adam Baldwin star in the series thatShow More Summary

Tom Cruise Says ‘Top Gun 2’ Will Be Filming “In The Next Year”

Tom Cruise told the a morning talk show in London today that the long-rumored Top Gun 2 will be heading to the cameras sometime “in the next year.” That admission comes a little over a year after Jerry Bruckheimer and the actor met on the Louisiana set of his JackReacher: Never Go Back to discuss plotline and fitting it into his schedule. Show More Summary

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Creative Team Talks Going Beyond The Book – The Contenders Emmy Video

“It’s such a wide world… there is a sentence about something that opens up a huge other world that would be very interesting,” creator/executive Bruce Miller said about on Hulu’s dystopian drama The Handmaid’s Tale, based on Margaret Atwood's famed novel, fares better on an series platform. Show More Summary

Laura Bell Bundy Joins ‘Good Behavior’; ‘Zoo’ Casts Delon de Metz

Anger Management alumna Laura Bell Bundy is set for a recurring role on the upcoming second season of TNT drama series Good Behavior, from writer-showrunner Chad Hodge and Tomorrow Studios. Based on a series of books by Blake Crouch,...Show More Summary

Sony Pegs Release Dates For ‘The Nightingale’ And ‘Charlie’s Angels’

Sony has slotted in TriStar Pictures' The Nightingale, Columbia Pictures’ Charlie Angels and an untitled animated franchise pic to its release schedule. First up is The Nightingale based on the bestselling book by Kristin Hannah about two sisters living in France at the beginning of World War II. Show More Summary

NBC Wins 2016-17 Season In Ratings Demo; CBS Takes Total Viewers

NBC will finish the 2016-2017 TV season at No. 1 in the key 18-49 demographic group for the third time in four years. The victory mark marks the first time in five years any network has finished on top without the Super Bowl – or even...Show More Summary

Broadway Box Office, Part 2: ‘Waitress’ Soars With Sara Bareilles; Plays Struggle

Sara Bareilles’ stint in the title role of Waitress continues to pay dividends for the holdover from last season, which brought her a Tony nomination for the score. Last week the show sold $1.3 million worth of tickets at the Nederlander...Show More Summary

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