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Rep Sheet Roundup: Young ‘Jane the Virgin’ Star Signs With CAA

THR's at-a-glance look at the week in representation news

Honoree Sofia Coppola Talks ‘The Beguiled’ With John Waters at the Provincetown Film Festival

Fresh from becoming only the second woman in history to win best director at Cannes, the Filmmaker on the Edge award recipient looked back over her work, from 'The Virgin Suicides' to her new…

Elton John’s Oscar Party Turns 25: Spielberg, Hanks and an Oral History of the AIDS Benefit Where Heidi Klum Dances on Tables

In 1993, the recently sober rocker started a gathering of friends to fight HIV/AIDS at a viewing bash that has seen Hanks and Bruce Springsteen cram into a booth, Prince work the room, Heidi Klum go…

‘Mansfield 66/67’: Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes' documentary on Hollywood sex-bomb Jayne Mansfield, 'Mansfield 66/67,' premiered in an out-of-competition sidebar at the Dutch festival.

‘Moonlight’ Leads Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics’ Dorian Award Nominations

The group is also honoring John Waters with its "timeless star" award.

John Waters to Receive WGA’s Hunter Award

The prize is presented to a guild member in honor of his or her body of work as a movie or TV writer.

‘Hairspray Live!’: TV Review

Newcomer Maddie Baillio steps into the dancing shoes of Baltimore teen rebel Tracy Turnblad in NBC's latest musical event, 'Hairspray Live!,' also featuring Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson.

An October To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Angeleno cinephiles will be spoiled this month with a plethora of classic and rare horror films, French noir and a retrospective devoted to contemporary Thai master Apichatpong Weerasethakul.

‘Multiple Maniacs’: Film Review

Watch Divine get raped by a giant lobster and violated with rosary beads in John Waters' legendary 'Cavalcade of Perversion,' restored by the Criterion Collection.

Ang Lee, Cynthia Nixon Honored at Provincetown Film Festival

The 18th annual Cape Cod film event presented audience awards for best narrative feature to Anne Fontaine's 'The Innocents' and for documentary to 'The Music of Strangers' and 'Political Animals' in…

TCM Fest: Smell-O-Vision to Get Rare and Pungent Encore at Cinerama Dome

The ill-fated 1960 movie 'Scent of Mystery' treated moviegoers to the actual smells of everything from tobacco to bulls.

Industry Picks: Gaby Hoffman, Ellie Kemper, More Reveal Favorite New York Movies

While Noah Baumbauch's Big Apple-comedy 'Mistress America' gets released, several actors honor Scorsese, Allen and Warhol as the filmmakers that capture the bright lights, big city.