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The Stars of ‘Bad Boys’: Where Are They Now?

See what the cast of the first 'Bad Boys' movie — Will Smith, Martin Lawrence and more — has been up to since Michael Bay's action-comedy hit theaters 25 years ago, on April 7, 1995.

Bob Weinstein Reemerges With New Company and Animated Pic ‘Endangered’

Bob Weinstein is returning to film production with his own shingle, Watch This Entertainment, with Téa Leoni co-producing his first project, animated feature 'Endangered.'

Stars and Stand-Ins: Hollywood’s Unsung Heroes Step Into the Spotlight

Stars Sterling K. Brown, Ed Harris, Jeff Bridges and more introduce their stand-ins.

Tribeca TV Festival: ‘SVU’ 20th-Season Premiere, Tracey Ullman-Meryl Streep Talk Among Highlights

The Tribeca TV Festival has unveiled the lineup for its second annual edition, set to take place Sept. 20-23 in New York. Highlights of the 2018 event include the 20th-season premiere of 'Law…

Tea Leoni Signs With WME (Exclusive)

The 'Madam Secretary' star previously was with UTA.

‘Madam Secretary’ Bosses on Season 2’s White House “Crisis,” Morgan Freeman’s Audition

Barbara Hall and Lori McCreary talk with THR about what's next for Tea Leoni's character after the president's plane disappears.

Halle Berry, Anna Faris, Patricia Arquette Discuss Hollywood’s Woman Problem

CBS' actresses and showrunners talk about sexism in Hollywood, pay inequality and being labeled. "The bar is set so high for women and minorities in this business," says 'CSI: Cyber's' Pam Veasey.

‘Madam Secretary’ Bosses on “Dramatic” New Storyline, Notes From the Oval Office

Barbara Hall and Lori McCreary talk with THR about what to expect from the next three pivotal episodes as well as stars Tea Leoni and Tim Daly's "electricity."

‘Madam Secretary’: TV Review

Even though 'Madam Secretary' still has some kinks to work out — especially partnered with 'The Good Wife' — it's another in a stable of strong CBS dramas that know how to use an hour to…

‘Madam Secretary’: 5 Things to Know About CBS’ Political Drama

Tea Leoni returns to television as the newly appointed Secretary of State

This Is Why ‘Madam Secretary’s’ Tea Leoni Won’t Look Like Hillary Clinton

The CBS political drama's costume designer, Amy Roth, proves that powerful women in Washington have more style options than the former U.S. Secretary of State's signature pantsuit

‘Madam Secretary’ Hopes to Pull Back the Curtain on State Department

Executive producer Morgan Freeman contemplated his on-screen role on CBS' Sunday drama, centered on a female Secretary of State, joking that he could play a religions professor: "I have a little…