'American Idol' Winner Files Bold Legal Claim to Escape 'Oppressive' Contracts (Exclusive)
Phillip Phillips says he's been "manipulated" and in a move with huge implications, he is seeking to void his recording, management and merchandising deals with 19 Entertainment.
Hong Kong Star Vicki Zhao Buys Stake in Alibaba Pictures
The deal comes days after Alibaba Pictures warned of possible losses of $77 million for fiscal year 2014.
Foreign Film, TV Shoots in Thailand Drop in 2014 Amid Political Turmoil
A military coup in the southeast Asian nation led to a 12 percent slip in the total number of overseas productions filmed in the country.
Kremlin-Backed TV, Radio Services Hit by Budget Woes Amid Ruble Crisis
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- Japan's Box Office Up 6.6 Percent to $1.75 billion in 2014
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- Alan Ladd Jr.'s Wife Accuses Bill Cosby of Rape: "It Was Obvious … He Had Had Sex With Me"
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'Brooklyn': Sundance Review
Saoirse Ronan stars in this splendidly decked out immigrant love story with elements of suspense.
'Digging for Fire': Sundance Review
Sometimes marriage is like letting the corpse in the backyard stay buried.
'The Second Mother' ('Que horas ela volta?'): Sundance Review
Brazil's Regina Case ('Me You Them') delivers a stunning performance as a housekeeper whose daughter upsets the status quo in Anna Muylaert's riveting drama.
'Take Me to the River': Sundance Review
Logan Miller plays a gay California teenager who gets an uneasy welcome from his Nebraska relatives in writer-director Matt Sobel's feature debut
'Unexpected': Sundance Review
Cobie Smulders and Gail Bean portray two different women working through the challenges of unplanned pregnancies in Kris Swanberg's small-scale drama.
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At home with The Hollywood Reporter, the 'Cake' star gives a very candid interview about everything from being a "control freak" to loving 'The Bachelor,' and even her relationships with Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux, as she as she enters a period of intense midlife contemplation (don't worry, it's not a crisis!): "I know I have a bigger purpose."
- Jennifer Aniston Reveals Struggles With Dyslexia, Anger; Shrugs Off Oscar Snub
- 'Django Unchained' Producer on 'Selma' Oscar Snubs: Did Voters Have "Racial Fatigue"? (Guest Column)
- Bombshell Scientology Film Revealed: Alex Gibney on Cruise, Travolta and 'the Prison of Belief'
- Oscars: 'American Sniper's' Hopes for a Win Complicated by Politics
- Fox Chiefs Dana Walden, Gary Newman Get High Marks After First Meeting With Press