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Podcast 75: Develop a Minor Expertise, a Deep Dive into Signature Color, and How Do You Help a Rebel Sweetheart to Get a New Job?

It’s time for the next installment of  “Happier with Gretchen Rubin.” Update: We won an award! At the recent Podcast Movement conference, Happier with Gretchen Rubin” won the Academy of Podcasters “Best Health and Fitness Podcast 2016.” Exciting! Try This at Home: Develop a minor expertise. Show More Summary

‘Wayward Pines’ Star Djimon Hounsou Reveals His Connection To ‘Beverly Hills 90210’

July is a busy month for Djimon Hounsou. In addition to the premiere of his film The Legend of Tarzan, his event series Wayward Pines is concluding. It’s not unusual for the two-time Academy Award nominee to have projects to promote: he’s been a noted working actor since his star-making turn in 1997’s Amistad. Show More Summary

Television Academy Splits Emmy Awards Over Three Nights, Announces Lineup Of Categories For Each Show

With a record 113 categories to deal with the Television Academy has split up the primetime categories into three separate shows with three separate and identical Governors Balls.  As previously announced  the Creative Arts Emmy Show will now take place over the course of two nights  on September 10 and September 11. Show More Summary

Why Matt Damon Agreed To Cameo In EuroTrip, According To Matt Damon

The best movie cameos are the ones that pop up out of nowhere, when you see an actor you know in the last place you expect. One of the all-time unexpected cameos had to be seeing an Academy Award winner in a low-budget sex comedy.

Why the Cast of ‘Black-ish’ Deserve Emmys

The 2016 Emmy Awards season is officially underway! To celebrate, we’re highlighting a few of this year’s nominees whose recognition from the Television Academy feels long overdue. These hard-working acting veterans consistently deliver...Show More Summary

Deborah Kerr in “The King and I,” Natalie Wood in “West Side Story” and Audrey Hepburn in “My Fair Lady.”

All were Marni Nixon.Nixon has died at the age of 86. Deborah Kerr was nominated for an Academy Award in 1956 for her role as Anna in “The King and I”; the film’s soundtrack album sold hundreds of thousands of copies. For singing Anna’s part on that album, Ms. Show More Summary

‘London Road’ Trailer: Tom Hardy Has a Tune to Sing

Tom Hardy is a man of many talents. Last year, he convincingly played twins, killed it as Max Rockatansky, and was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance in The Revenant. We’re not seeing as much of Hardy this year, but we still have some upcoming projects we’re looking forward to seeing him in. Show More Summary

Miles Ahead & Audio Companion Pieces Reaffirm Jazz Icon’s Influence (DVD REVIEW)

Because he so artfully interweaves literal storytelling with provocative movie-making, Don Cheadle deserves an Academy Award for Miles Ahead. Both the conception and execution of this homage to the late Miles Davis are also reflected in the companion musical pieces released to coincide with the icon of jazz. Show More Summary

Watch Brie Larson Announced As Captain Marvel At The Hall H Panel

Marvel recently announced that Academy Award winner Brie Larson will be joining the MCU as Captain Marvel. And the video of this announcement is pretty priceless.

Stephanie Edwards, local news stations honored with Los Angeles area Emmys

The Los Angeles area Emmy Awards honored local television news outlets Saturday night with nearly 50 awards for their coverage over the last year. During the event, which was held at the Television Academy’s new Saban Media Center, local icon and television host Stephanie Edwards was also honored...

Leonardo DiCaprio: Living It Up, Lonely Or Prolonging Appearance Of Youth, An Expert Reveals Reasons For Star’s Womanizing Patterns

On the surface it appears that Leonardo DiCaprio has really got it made. He’s a master at the box office and has finally gotten that Academy Award in his grip thanks to his performance in the epic tale The Revenant. In addition, DiCaprio seems to have the pick of just about any gorgeous young model... Show More Summary

"Life Itself" Nominated for Best Documentary at the Emmy Awards

I am so happy to announce that "Life Itself," the wonderfully life-affirming documentary about my late husband Roger Ebert, was nominated for a Best Documentary Emmy by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). The film was directed by award winning director, Steve James, and was produced by CNN Films and Kartemquin Films. Show More Summary

SDCC: 2016 Eisner Award Winners Announced

Trophies were presented Friday to "Southern Bastards," "Paper Girls," "SuperMutant Magic Academy" and more.

Céline Dion Crushes Both Rihanna & Sia With Jimmy Fallon

Having won five Grammys, an Academy Award, and ranked as the fourth best-selling female artist of all time, you could say that Céline Dion is a pretty talented human being. But it turns out that she’s been holding out on us. Dion apparently has a real gift for impersonation, a skill that she proved in […]

Overrated/Underrated: 'Mustang' is an inspired ride, and everyone wins in the Taylor-Kanye feud

UNDERRATED ‘Mustang’ (2015): An Academy Award contender for foreign language film last year, this Turkish import recently added to Netflix feels especially poignant in the wake of the recent unrest in and around Istanbul. Set in the rural countryside, the film written and directed by Deniz Gamze...

DuBon, Harbin Awarded Crowley Memorial Scholarships

Crowley Maritime Corp.’s Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memorial Scholarships are helping to further educational opportunities for two students of the Great Lakes Maritime Academy (GLMA).

Nominations Announced for News and Documentary Emmy Awards

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominations today for the 37th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, with PBS leading the way with 54 nominations. Among the Big 4 broadcasters, CBS was well ahead of the...

Emmy Nominee John Singleton on 'People v O.J. Simpson,' L.A., and His TV Future

John Singleton is no stranger to awards attention. After all, a quarter-century ago, his 1992 debut film "Boyz n the Hood" garnered all kinds of accolades, including Academy Awards nominations for Best Direction and Best Original Screenplay...Show More Summary

Feds Say Acclaimed Movie, an Oscar Nominee for Best Picture, Was Financed by Stolen Money

A recent movie that received widespread acclaim and five Academy Award nominations was financed by stolen money, according to the federal government. The movie is Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street,” which earned Oscar nominations in 2014 for director...

Is Matt Damon Jealous Of Ben Affleck? ‘He Gives Himself The Best Roles’

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck gained recognition for their breakthrough film Good Will Hunting which they co-wrote and starred in. The 1997 movie won several awards including Best Screenplay at the Academy Awards and Golden Globe Awards. Show More Summary

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