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Anya Taylor-Joy on Playing Jane Austen’s Clever, Callous Protagonist in ‘Emma’

Anya Taylor-Joy on Playing Jane Austen’s Clever, Callous Protagonist in ‘Emma’

It was an evening of elegance at the Los Angeles premiere of Focus Features’ “Emma” on Tuesday night. The red carpet was lined with pastel floral arrangements at the DGA Theater, priming visitors to
Why Harrison Ford Wanted to Play John Thornton in ‘The Call of the Wild’

Why Harrison Ford Wanted to Play John Thornton in ‘The Call of the Wild’

Joining legends like Charlton Heston and Clarke Gable, who have played the role of John Thornton in “The Call of the Wild,” Harrison Ford now stands next to a CGI-enhanced version of the dog named
Niecy Nash, Lashana Lynch, Melina Matsoukas and ‘Pose’ Team Accept Essence Black Women in Hollywood Honors

Niecy Nash, Lashana Lynch, Melina Matsoukas and ‘Pose’ Team Accept Essence Black Women in Hollywood Honors

“The category is ‘stand in your truth,'” Emmy winner Billy Porter said as he presented to his “Pose” comrades at the 13th annual Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards on Thursday afternoon.
Adam Sandler, Quentin Tarantino Roast New York Film Critics Circle at Annual Ceremony

Adam Sandler, Quentin Tarantino Roast New York Film Critics Circle at Annual Ceremony

The New York Film Critics Circle Awards is a confounding reprieve in the middle of awards season. Nestled between the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards, the annual ceremony brings A-list
Leonardo DiCaprio Actually Torched Stuntmen on ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Set

Leonardo DiCaprio Actually Torched Stuntmen on ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Set

Not only was the flamethrower used by Leonardo DiCaprio to torch Nazi soldiers and a member of the Mason family in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” real, but the flames felt by the stuntmen on set were
‘The L Word’ Co-Stars Cybill Shepherd and Jane Lynch Reunite at TrevorLive

‘The L Word’ Co-Stars Cybill Shepherd and Jane Lynch Reunite at TrevorLive

Fans of Showtime’s “The L Word” will be happy to hear that Cybill Shepherd eagerly reprised her on-screen romance with former co-star Jane Lynch on Sunday night at the TrevorLive Gala at the Beverly
‘Dolemite Is My Name’ Writer Larry Karaszewski Recalls 10-Year Journey to Make Rudy Ray Moore Biopic

‘Dolemite Is My Name’ Writer Larry Karaszewski Recalls 10-Year Journey to Make Rudy Ray Moore Biopic

“Harriet” writer-director Kasi Lemmons was in a reflective mood at Tuesday night’s “Behind the Scene” event at the Formosa Cafe in West Hollywood, sponsored by the Writers Guild of America West. The
Holocaust Experts Debate ‘Jojo Rabbit’ at Museum of Tolerance Screening

Holocaust Experts Debate ‘Jojo Rabbit’ at Museum of Tolerance Screening

With its comedic, cartoonish portrayal of Nazis, Taika Waititi’s satirical Hitler youth tale “Jojo Rabbit” has polarized critics and audiences alike. And that division continued to be stirred at
Katie Couric Says Matt Lauer ‘Ultimately Turned Out to Be Two Very Different People’

Katie Couric Says Matt Lauer ‘Ultimately Turned Out to Be Two Very Different People’

Katie Couric discussed Matt Lauer, the Me Too movement and female leadership in business at the Dress for Success annual Women Who Inspire breakfast in New York City on Wednesday. Couric, who spoke
‘Marriage Story’: Scarlett Johansson Praises Noah Baumbach for ‘Exhaustive’ Directing Technique

‘Marriage Story’: Scarlett Johansson Praises Noah Baumbach for ‘Exhaustive’ Directing Technique

With major award nomination deadlines looming, Noah Baumbach’s critically acclaimed Netflix divorce drama “Marriage Story” is emerging as a strong contender. The stars at the center of the festival
Bruce Springsteen and Sheryl Crow Duet at Stand Up for Heroes, Help Raise $5.7 Million for Veterans

Bruce Springsteen and Sheryl Crow Duet at Stand Up for Heroes, Help Raise $5.7 Million for Veterans

“Voting for Trump is like eating a Tide pod,” John Oliver told a packed house at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden on Monday night. “Once, I fundamentally understand. You didn’t know how bad
‘Harriet’ Stars Cynthia Erivo, Janelle Monae on Honoring Harriet Tubman’s Legacy

‘Harriet’ Stars Cynthia Erivo, Janelle Monae on Honoring Harriet Tubman’s Legacy

Cynthia Erivo is stepping into the spotlight — and so is Harriet Tubman. As the end credits rolled at the Los Angeles premiere of “Harriet” at the Orpheum Theatre on Wednesday night, the actor
Debra Messing Lampoons Donald Trump in Play Based on Mueller Report

Debra Messing Lampoons Donald Trump in Play Based on Mueller Report

Debra Messing portrayed President Donald Trump in an all-star play based on the Mueller report on Monday at Beverly Hills’ Saban Theatre. Wearing a light pant suit and sitting with legs spread
Julie Andrews Recalls Husband Blake Edwards’ Battle With Depression

Julie Andrews Recalls Husband Blake Edwards’ Battle With Depression

The line to see Julie Andrews at the 92Y wrapped around the square of a sprawling New York City block. Seventy years since the start of her career, 60 since she asked “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?” as
Hailee Steinfeld, Jane Krakowski on What Modern Women Can Learn From Emily Dickinson

Hailee Steinfeld, Jane Krakowski on What Modern Women Can Learn From Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson lived in the 1800s, but if you ask the team behind Apple TV Plus’ upcoming series, “Dickinson,” her story is more current than ever. Hailee Steinfeld stars in the the modern-day
Robert De Niro Celebrated at Variety’s Annual Power of New York Party

Robert De Niro Celebrated at Variety’s Annual Power of New York Party

“I can’t tell you how much I f—ing love New York,” Variety editor-in-chief Claudia Eller exclaimed at the publication’s annual Power of New York party. Glancing at cover star Robert De Niro, she
Will Smith on Paying Homage to Robin Williams and Bringing His ‘Own Flavor’ to ‘Aladdin’

Will Smith on Paying Homage to Robin Williams and Bringing His ‘Own Flavor’ to ‘Aladdin’

When Disney’s animated classic “Aladdin” was released in 1992, Will Smith was best known as the rapper-turned-star of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” and a career as a movie star seemed like a pipe
Why Sacha Baron Cohen Credits Donald Trump for ‘Who Is America?’

Why Sacha Baron Cohen Credits Donald Trump for ‘Who Is America?’

Over the course of history, comedians have shared their take on current events with biting commentary on everything from class and gender to fashion and politics, and the current presidential
Even Cat People Will Love ‘A Dog’s Journey,’ Cast Says

Even Cat People Will Love ‘A Dog’s Journey,’ Cast Says

Cat people can still find something to love in “A Dog’s Journey.” “If you’ve ever loved an animal, there’s something in this movie for you. At the end of the day, it’s really about that thought that
Mick Jagger Makes First Post-Surgery Appearance at Rolling Stones Ballet Premiere

Mick Jagger Makes First Post-Surgery Appearance at Rolling Stones Ballet Premiere

Rock legend Mick Jagger made his first public appearance post-heart surgery on Thursday night to catch a glimpse of the world premiere of the Rolling Stones ballet “Porte Rouge.” “I hope you are going