1. Cannes: South Korea Rejoices as 'The Handmaiden' Is Selected to Compete for Palme d'Or
  2. 'Contemporary Color': Tribeca Review
  3. Jimmy Fallon Tries Out His Trump Impression on Ted Cruz
  4. Tribeca: Jon Stewart Reveals "Serendipitous" Involvement in Syrian Refugee Doc
  5. Critic's Notebook: Clinton and Sanders Go For the Jugular at Brawl-Like Brooklyn Debate
  6. 'Magallanes,' 'Ixcanul' Top Premios Platino Shortlist
  7. 'Broad City' Stars Drill a Path to Chris Hemsworth on 'Kimmel'
  8. 'Orphan Black' Star Tatiana Maslany Breaks Down Surprise Return and New Clone
  9. 'Stage Kiss': Theater Review
  10. 'Grey's Anatomy's' Jason George: Bailey's Betrayal Is "Tough to Come Back From"
  11. Pokemon Movie Rights Bidding War as China's Legendary Makes Big Play for Japanese Property
  12. Good News: Ivy Park Will Be Restocked
  13. 'The Father': Theater Review
  14. DreamWorks Snaps Up 'Voyeur's Motel' for Sam Mendes to Direct
  15. Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling Are Expecting Second Child (Report)
  16. Will Ferrell Pitch Lands at Universal in 7-Figure Deal (Exclusive)
  17. 'Game of Thrones' Considering Shorter Final Seasons
  18. Style Notes: Olsen Twins' First Selfie; 'Vogue' to Raise Price
  19. Joan Edwards, Longtime Personal Assistant to John Travolta, Dies at 87
  20. 'The Carmichael Show' Taps Adam Arkin to Play Maxine's Dad
  21. Cannes: Sundance Selects Nabs Two Competition Films Including Cristian Mungiu's 'Graduation'
  22. 'Game of Thrones': 10 Old Characters Who Could Resurface in Season 6
  23. 'Matilda the Musical' to Close on Broadway
  24. CinemaCon: 'Now You See Me 2' Screening Evacuated Due to Security Threat
  25. BORNS' "Past Lives" is #2 on March's List of Most Shazam-ed TV Songs
  26. CinemaCon: 'Avatar' Producer Jon Landau Says Film Industry Needs to Adopt High Frame Rates
  27. NAB: Ang Lee's Pushing the Envelope With New Film Shot at 120 Frame Rate
  28. 'Billions' Costume Designer Dishes on Wendy Rhoades' Enviable Looks
  29. James Cameron's 'Avatar' Plans Get More Grandiose, But Will Audiences Care?
  30. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Expecting Baby No. 2 (Report)
  31. Amy Schumer Gets Fully Uncensored in Her Show's Season 4 Trailer
  32. Tribeca: Patti Smith Explains Why Acting "Is the Worst F—ing Job in the World"
  33. Fred Hayman, Godfather of Rodeo Drive, Dies at 90
  34. 'Before the Rooster Sings' ('Antes Que Cante El Gallo'): Panama Review
  35. Judge Won't Order Sumner Redstone Deposition
  36. 'The Culpable': Film Review
  37. Tribeca: "Egyptian Jon Stewart" Bassem Youssef Talks 'Tickling Giants' Doc About Rise and Fall of Satirical Show
  38. TV Ratings: Kobe Bryant Farewell Edges Past Warriors' Win
  39. CinemaCon: Lionsgate Teaming With Amazon to Release Woody Allen's 'Cafe Society'
  40. Oscars: Are There Any Contenders in the Cannes Lineup?
  41. 'Tales From the Crypt' Anthology a Go at TNT With "Reinvented" Crypt Keeper
  42. 'Pretty Little Liars' Star Brandon Jones Charged With Felony for Alleged Assault With Gun
  43. ITV Acquisition of eOne Would Expand Reach for Broadcaster, Analysts Say
  44. 'Mad Max' Co-Writer and Designer Fight Off Sleep With New Project 'Dream Gang'
  45. Nikki Reed's Eco-Friendly Beauty Collab Is All About Recycling Awareness
  46. Starz's 'American Gods' Enlists Crispin Glover
  47. Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts Highlight 'Mother's Day' Premiere
  48. ‘Wedding Doll’: Film Review
  49. Zooey Deschanel, Jeffrey Tambor Join DreamWorks Animation's 'Trolls'
  50. 'Orphan Black' Season 4: TV Review
  51. CinemaCon: James Cameron Announces Four 'Avatar' Sequels
  52. Antonio Banderas and Jonathan Rhys Meyers to Star in Thriller 'Black Butterfly'
  53. Gay Rights Mini 'When We Rise' Adds Dee Rees, Thomas Schlamme (Exclusive)
  54. Sharon Stone on Trump's "Hubris" and Bernie: "How Much Acid Has This Guy Taken?"
  55. Lego Unveils 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' Tease
  56. 'Hush': Film Review
  57. Amazon, Lionsgate TV Developing Series Based on Bob Dylan Songs
  58. Kelly Clarkson Welcomes a Baby Boy
  59. 'Chicago Fire' Creators Ink Overall Deal With Universal TV
  60. CinemaCon: '90s Rapper Vanilla Ice Sings "Ice Age Baby" to Attendees
  61. 'Hostile Border': Film Review
  62. Cannes Artistic Director Thierry Fremaux Defends "Regulars" Who Often Make the Cut
  63. '12 Monkeys' Showrunner Inks Overall Deal With Universal Cable Productions
  64. TV Ratings: Megyn Kelly Tops Wednesday After Trump Meeting
  65. Netflix Rounds Out Cast of National Lampoon Movie 'A Futile & Stupid Gesture'
  66. Joe Manganiello Drops Out of History Military Drama 'Six'
  67. Coachella Parties We Want to Crash This Year
  68. 'Nashville' Star Connie Britton: Tennessee Anti-LGBT Legislation Is "Un-American"
  69. Jason Statham to Star in Dinosaur Adventure Movie 'Meg'
  70. CinemaCon: 'Deadpool 2' Moving Forward With Tim Miller, Ryan Reynolds
  71. AwesomenessTV Horror Series 'Freakish' Headed to Hulu
  72. Cannes Lineup Draws Heavily From Hollywood's A-Listers
  73. Cannes: Xavier Dolan Wants to Look Past the "Glittery, Cheap Thrills"
  74. Rihanna's Beauty Line Is Coming
  75. Ruling Clears Way for Katy Perry to Buy Hilltop Convent
  76. Cannes: Amazon Leads Lineup With 5 Titles, Ending Fest's No SVOD Rule
  77. Country Artists Condemn LGBT Laws, But Labels Remain Silent
  78. Disney Breaks Ground on Star Wars Land in California and Florida
  79. Stephen King's 'The Mist' Ordered to Series at Spike
  80. Does TMZ's Harvey Levin Want to "Steal" Celebrity Tour Bus Business?
  81. Sarah Silverman-Backed Comedy Group Calls on Senators to Vote on Supreme Court Nominee
  82. 'Legends of Tomorrow' Star Opens Up About "Long Journey" to Bring Jonah Hex to Life
  83. Taylor Swift Goes Platinum for Vogue
  84. Let Alice and Olivia Models Convince You to Color Your Hair for Coachella
  85. Cannes: Pedro Almodovar Has High Hopes for 'Julieta' at Fest
  86. Sportsnet Pushes 4K Broadcasts With Baseball Games in Ultra HD
  87. 'Transparent' Star Jeffrey Tambor's Memoir Coming Spring 2017
  88. Terence Winter Describes 'Vinyl' as Learning Experience, Wonders If Project Came "Too Soon"
  89. TV Ratings: 'Empire' Dips, 'Strong' Gives a Weak Opening
  90. 'Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame': Film Review
  91. First Look: Andrea Arnold's Cannes Competition Entry 'American Honey'
  92. The Origins of My Chemical Romance Frontman Gerard Way's Experimental Superhero Line
  93. J. Peterman Launches Kickstarter Campaign With 'Seinfeld' Urban Sombrero as Reward
  94. Europe Passes Tough New Data Protection Laws
  95. How 'Orphan Black' Is Returning to Its Roots in Season 4
  96. 'Jane the Virgin' Executive Producer on How Indie Movie Producers Can Find Funding for TV Projects
  97. Critic's Notebook: Cannes Lineup Has No Clear Competition Frontrunner
  98. Tribeca: The Orchard Nabs Foodie Doc 'Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent'
  99. First Look: Scarlett Johansson in 'Ghost in the Shell'
  100. Los Angeles Rams Acquire No. 1 Overall Draft Pick in Trade With Tennessee Titans
  101. Matt Lucas Joins National Lampoon Movie 'A Futile and Stupid Gesture' (Exclusive)
  102. 6 Juiciest Revelations in the New Met Ball Doc
  103. To Live and Die in N.Y. vs. L.A.: The Wild Stats Behind Life, and Death, on Both Coasts
  104. Kerry Washington Defends HBO's 'Confirmation': "It's Not a Propaganda Movie"
  105. Emmys: Louie C.K.'s 'Horace and Pete' Could Become First Indie Web Show to Land Major Noms (at a Cost)
  106. Critic's Picks: 5 Must-See Musicals (That Are Not 'Hamilton')
  107. Zac Posen, Vivienne Tam Fete Anna Wintour at 'First Monday in May' Premiere
  108. Rapid Round: Jason Sudeikis Talks 'SNL' Regrets, Jazz Music Dreams and Emotionally Exploding Onscreen (Q&A)
  109. Cannes: After 2015's 'Year de la Femme,' Women Directors Fall Short Again
  110. Cannes: Jeff Nichols Lands Cannes, Berlin Competition Titles in Same Year
  111. 'Money Monster,' 'The BFG,' 'The Nice Guys' Among Cannes 2016 Lineup
  112. Kobe Bryant's Final NBA Game: Black Mamba Mania Sweeps China
  113. Cannes: Watch Live as the Festival Unveils Its 2016 Lineup
  114. Russia’s TV Network CTC Media Re-Ups With Hollywood Majors
  115. Peter Jackson on Sean Parker's $50 Home Movie Service: "It's Inevitable"