Savannah Guthrie, John Oliver, Megyn Kelly and more celebrate journalism's elite at the Four Seasons restaurant in Manhattan. Plus, Norah O'Donnell, "X-Men" star Patrick Stewart, Arianna Huffington and Harvey Weinstein reveal what they would do if they were New York City's mayor for a day.
At THR's 2014 Most Powerful People in NY Media party, the pregnant "Today" anchor said she's excited about the new additions to her professional and personal families. Joined by co-host Willie Geist, Guthrie said he's one of the most powerful people she knows, and he returned the compliment.
The Jon Stewart spawn, who launches his own late-night show April 27, talks to THR about the cable net ("real freedom … not just blood or boobs"), being in charge ("I sound like everything I've come to hate") and his love-hate relationship with the city ("8 million people have made a bad choice").
Djinn Carrenard’s "Faire L’Amour" will open the sidebar, run by the French Film Critics Syndicate, with Melanie Laurent’s second feature film, "Breathe" getting an out-of-competition screening. Read More
The indie project "In Your Eyes," which Whedon wrote and executive produced, was made available on the service moments after its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival Sunday night. Read MoreSee All Videos
The Disney Oscar-winner is the first Hollywood film to break the $100 million mark in Japan since 2010, and looks set to surpass the $120 million that Hayao Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises" took last year. Read More
Former Rolling Stones member Bill Wyman and Sarah Ferguson were among the people who gathered at the same church where the model and TV personality's mother, Paula Yates, was laid to rest in 2000. Read More
UPDATED: "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" wins the Easter weekend race overall as it nears $600 million worldwide; "Fading Gigolo" prospers at the specialty box office despite Woody Allen's personal woes.
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Aspiring filmmaker Zheng Ye's project "Momo" took the top award at the two-day screenwriting and pitching seminar, which featured talks from Paramount Pictures COO Frederick Huntsberry and "Rio 2" director Carlos Saldanha. Read More
Cast members Rachel Melvin and Rex Linn also tease their upcoming roles in "Dumb and Dumber To" and "A Million Ways to Die in the West" while the indie horror movie's helmer reveals what he's looking for in a distributor. Read MoreSee All Videos
Michael Egan’s attorney said witnesses will place Singer at 1999 Hawaii sex parties; Singer’s attorney says they’re ‘bold face liar(s),’ and reiterates that he has documents, as well as ‘over a hundred witnesses,’ to prove otherwise. Read More
The 66-year-old attended the TCM Classic Film Festival and spoke with THR about his work in the 1970s, why he turned down sequels to "American Graffiti" and "Jaws" and why movies are no longer his main focus. Read More