AFM Says 145 Exhibitors Have Already Signed Up for Debut Las Vegas Edition

The American Film Market’s debut trip to Las Vegas has, according to organizers, been well received by the industry, at least in terms of registrations. Earlier this year The Independent Film & Television Alliance announced that its flagship event would… Continue Reading →

UEFA Euro Final 2024: How to Watch Spain vs. England Live Online

After an exciting UEFA Championship semi-finals, the 2024 Euros are finally coming to a close this weekend as Spain and England duke it out for the Henri Delaunay Trophy. The Finals will take place at the Olympiastradion in Berlin, Germany on… Continue Reading →

HBO’s Faye Dunaway Documentary Leans Into Her Difficult Reputation: ‘This Isn’t a Vanity Piece’

Celebrity documentaries are a dime a dozen these days. But celebrity docus that don’t serve as an infomercial for a star are rare. Laurent Bouzereau’s HBO documentary “Faye,” about Faye Dunaway, is one of those rare celebrity docus. Instead of… Continue Reading →

Why George Clooney Was the Perfect Messenger to Call for an Election Shake-Up

George Clooney’s New York Times op-ed calling for President Biden to drop out of the election felt like something more than standard-issue celebrity activism for a few reasons. For the political class, it was not just an actor speaking, but… Continue Reading →

The Paris Summer Olympics: Smithsonian’s Guide to the Games

Prepare yourself for the Paris Olympics with this comprehensive guide to the history, science, arts and thrills of the worldwide celebration

Paramount Global Must Get Skydance Approval for Any Paramount+ Joint Venture or Bundling Deals With Biggest U.S. Streamers

The full contract terms for Skydance Media’s takeover of Paramount Global were disclosed Thursday. And, as expected, there are various restrictions on what Paramount and Skydance can do without the other party’s consent in the pre-closing period. Under the terms… Continue Reading →

‘Twisters’ Review: Glen Powell and Daisy Edgar-Jones Lead a Sequel Full of State-of-the-Art Storms, but It’s Less Awesome Than the Original

The tornados in the new movie are down-to-the-particle replicas of the real thing, and close up, from the bottom, we can just about see the dusty winds that combine to create them, but viewed from a distance they don’t have… Continue Reading →

Joe Bonsall, Mainstay of Country Music’s Oak Ridge Boys for 50 Years, Dies at 76

Joe Bonsall, one of the mainstays of country music’s leading vocal group, the Oak Ridge Boys, for 51 years, died Tuesday at 76. The cause of death was complications of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Bonsall, who had been a familiar face… Continue Reading →

In His New Cookbook,’The Bear’ Star Matty Matheson Redefines Cooking’s Most Basic Recipes (And Makes Them a Lot More Fun)

Matty Matheson may play a handyman with no culinary skill in “The Bear,” but behind the scenes, the Toronto-based celebrity chef and restauranteur knows good food (and how to make it) better than anybody. And now, Matheson, who has served… Continue Reading →

‘Despicable Me 4’ Tops July 4 Holiday Box Office With Mighty $122.6 Million, ‘MaXXXine’ Opens to $6.7 Million

Gru set off fireworks at the box office as America celebrated its birthday. “Despicable Me 4,” the latest chapter in Universal and Illumination’s long-running franchise about a recovering supervillain who trades in world domination for a family life, dominated the… Continue Reading →

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