John Candy Remembered: His Children Share New Stories About Their Late Father On Eve of Birthday
From his soft spot for animals to his struggles with his weight, Jen and Chris Candy give a rare in-depth look at their late father: "One of the things that was at the core of all of our dad’s characters, a likability."
AT&T Clarifies Its Intent to Buy Time Warner (Not a Similary Named Cable Company)
“Time Warner Inc. should not be confused with Time Warner Cable.”
Peter Jackson to Adapt Sci-Fi Fantasy 'Mortal Engines'
Universal Pictures is teaming with MRC for the project, which Jackson is co-writing and producing but not directing. Instead, a longtime protege will sit in the big chair.
Warner Bros. Sues Innovative Artists Over Screener Piracy
Watermarks on the screeners traced pirated copies back to an Innovative Artists client, according to the suit.
- Critic's Notebook: On 'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Premiere, Sadism and the 2016 Election
- Oscars: Raunchy 'Sausage Party' to Get Serious Awards Push (Exclusive)
- Margot Robbie in Talks to Join 'Peter Rabbit' Film (Exclusive)
- 'Walking Dead': Michael Cudlitz Admits Cast Lied About Who Was Being Killed Off
- 'How I Met Your Mother' Was Inspired by 9/11
- MTV President Sean Atkins Steps Down After One Year
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'Doctor Strange': Film Review
The latest Marvel adaptation stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular superhero, a neurosurgeon who trains with a powerful mystic (Tilda Swinton) after his hands are destroyed in an accident.
'Walking Dead': Why the Season 7 Premiere Was So Violent
Parents Television Council Blasts "Brutally Explicit" 'Walking Dead' Premiere (Exclusive)
'Tonight Show' Showrunner Josh Lieb Exits for Overall Deal With Universal Television
'Walking Dead' Producers, Stars Explain Graphic Season 7 Deaths
'Westworld': Everything to Know About the Man in Black
'Walking Dead': Negan's Victim(s) Finally Revealed
'Walking Dead': Everything to Know Before the Season 7 Premiere
NBC Rebooting Computer Hacker Movie 'Sneakers'
'House of Cards' Adds Patricia Clarkson, Campbell Scott (Exclusive)
'Narcos' Books 'Halt and Catch Fire' Star Kerry Bishe for Season 3
'Shameless' Season 7: On the Scene With Emmy Rossum for Her Directorial Debut
'Black Mirror' Creator on How He (Unknowingly) Predicted the Rise of Donald Trump, Season 3
This Week’s Issue
Love in Black & White
"Fifty years is not that long ago — not for this shit to be going down," says Joel Edgerton of 'Loving,' a real-life drama about an outlawed marriage with sudden relevance in today's racially charged election
- How Interracial Romance 'Loving' Became the Most Relevant Movie This Election Season
- NBC's New 'Apprentice' Star Arnold Schwarzenegger Arrives With Trump-Like Baggage
- Michael Wolff on Billy Bush and How the Media Wrung Trump Dry Before Toppling Him
- Warren Beatty's New Movie Has 16 Credited Producers: "It's Deplorable"
- How the Chicago Cubs Could Boost World Series Ratings (and Give Fox a $30M Advertising Windfall)
What Happens If Regulators Nix AT&T-Time Warner Deal?
Other potential suitors rumored to be interested in acquiring TW, should the AT&T deal fall apart, include Wanda and Alibaba.
Time Warner Sale Raises Questions About Stake in Eastern European TV Company
One analyst says the telecom giant's planned $85.4 billion deal could lead to a sale of the entertainment company's stake in Central European Media.
Arnold Schwarzenegger "Would've Run" for President This Year If He'd Been Born in the U.S.
The native Austrian, a Republican, says now "was a very good time to get in the race."
Time Warner Stock Drops as Wall Street Debates AT&T Deal
Sector stocks are mixed as analysts debate the benefits of the transaction and whether there will be a new deal wave.
- AMC Entertainment Expects Third-Quarter Earnings to Exceed Estimates
- Time Warner Would Pay AT&T $1.725B If It Backed Out of Deal
- Disney's Maker Studios Content Coming to U.K. Pay TV Operator TalkTalk
British Independent Film Awards 2016: The Breakthrough Producers Long List
A preview of the 15 films and 21 individuals – including a rather familiar face – on the long list for the BIFA's new award for first and second time producers.
British Independent Film Awards 2016: The Debut Screenwriters Long List
A closer look at the 16 titles — and 19 individuals — competing for the five nomination spots in the new category for first-time feature writing talent.
Feinberg Forecast: The Lay of the Land After the New York Film Festival
THR's awards expert offers his latest assessment of the race.
Harvey Keitel, Asghar Farhadi Honored at Antalya Film Festival
The Oscar-nominated actor and director both received lifetime achievement awards at the Turkish festival.
- 'Deadpool,' 'Outcast,' 'The Accountant' Campaigns Win at Clio Key Art Awards
- Gotham Awards: Any Foreshadowing of the Oscars Is Purely Coincidental
- 'Return of the Jedi' VFX Pioneer Ken Ralston to Get VES Lifetime Honor
- Why European Animation Execs Want Their Own Annie Awards
Rashida Jones on Streamlined Style and Her Dad as a Jewelry Inspiration
The writer and actress' new jewelry design effort, Rashida Jones x Iconery, represents her love for the bold '70s, '80s and '90s.
15 Power Pantsuits That Ruled the Red Carpet
#ImWithHer on the Runway
Tilda Swinton's Wacky and Wonderful Press Wardrobe for 'Doctor Strange'
All The Stars at the Obamas' Final State Dinner at the White House
A Look at Naomie Harris' 'Moonlight' Press Wardrobe
Every Time Michelle Obama Slayed at a White House State Dinner
Fashion Biggest Names Remember Bill Cunningham
About Last Weekend: Beyonce's Sheer Magic; Katy Perry Shimmers
See What All the Stars Wore to Veuve Clicquot's Annual Polo Classic
Style Notes: Ivanka Trump Boycott Picks Up Steam; Carven Designers Leave Brand
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Hollywood's Next Big Thing: Joe Alwyn, From Film Student to Star of 'Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk'
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'Plenty': Theater Review
Rachel Weisz stars opposite Corey Stoll in David Hare’s 1978 drama about an Englishwoman whose life is indelibly stamped by her time as a Resistance fighter in Nazi-occupied France.
'The Front Page': Theater Review
Nathan Lane, John Slattery and John Goodman lead this all-star Broadway revival of the classic 1928 comedy by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur about Chicago tabloid reporters on the crime beat.
'Letter to a Man': Theater Review
Mikhail Baryshnikov plays celebrated dancer Vaslav Nijinsky in this abstract dance-theater piece directed by Robert Wilson.
'13 Going on 30' Stage Musical in the Works
Andy Fickman — who directed 'Heathers: The Musical' onstage and 'She's the Man' onscreen — is set to direct the adaptation of the 2004 romantic comedy starring Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo.
'Tick, Tick... Boom!': Theater Review
The Keen Company stages an off-Broadway revival of the autobiographical chamber musical by 'Rent' composer Jonathan Larson.
- 'Love, Love, Love': Theater Review
- 'The Red Barn': Theater Review
- Allison Janney, John Benjamin Hickey to Star in 'Six Degrees of Separation' on Broadway
SAG-AFTRA Video Game Strike: Is It Just About Terminology?
There’s a principle involved — but a tech industry compensation mechanism might be the solution to the strike.
Digital Hollywood: Virtual Reality Tests Episodic Storytelling Formats
From 'Gone,' in which a child disappears, and 'Defying the Nazis VR,' new series formats are entering the picture.
James Woods Cheers Dropped Appeal from Dead Defendant in $10M Defamation Suit
The actor tweeted that he hoped the man died "screaming my name."
Movies and TV Shows Leaving Netflix in November
Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will be leaving Netflix in November 2016.
- SAG-AFTRA Video Game Strike Begins
- SAG-AFTRA Videogame Strike Likely Tonight as Union Blasts ‘Freeloader’ Industry for Refusing Residuals
- NBCUniversal Investing Another $200M in BuzzFeed