Justin Bieber Accidentally Reactivates Instagram Account Before Taking It Offline Again

Sorry, Beliebers: Justin Bieber is still not back on Instagram. The Canadian pop singer two weeks ago deactivated his account on the Facebook-owned photo and video site, evidently after he became upset about comments users had posted about his pics with Sofia Richie. Then on Monday morning, excitement swept the Bieberverse when his Instagram account, with more than… Read more »

MoMA Slates Fall Bardfest With 21 Shakespeare-Related Films

New York’s Museum of Modern Art will screen an eclectic assortment of films based on or inspired by William Shakespeare next month in “Breaking Bard: Shakespeare on Film, October 12–24 at the Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters. The series features work from directors Kenneth Branagh, Laurence Olivier, Baz Luhrmann, Roman Polanski, Julie Taymor, and Franco Zeffirelli; performances from actors Olivier, Gary Oldman, Tim Roth, Ethan Hawke, Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, Anthony…

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TNT Orders ‘Let the Right One In’ Vampire Pilot from ‘Teen Wolf’ Creator

TNT has ordered a pilot for a series based on the vampire novel “Let The Right One In,” the cabler announced on Monday. The TV adaptation is being developed by “Teen Wolf” and “Criminal Minds” creator Jeff Davis. Based on the best-seller from Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist, “Let The Right One In” is an eerie drama about… Read more »

Court Rejects Ex-Universal Exec Brian Mulligan’s Appeal in LAPD Beating Case

A three-judge federal appellate panel rejected former Universal Pictures chairman Brian Mulligan‘s appeal in his civil suit against the city of Los Angeles and the police union over a 2012 incident in which he was beaten and then claimed that he was subject to retaliation. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals judges upheld a district… Read more »

House Of Cards’ Michael Kelly On Season 5: “There Have Always Been Radical Changes In This Show”

As Doug Stamper in House of Cards, Michael Kelly expertly ranges from silently smoldering to outright psycho. Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey)’s henchman and Chief of Staff has also played dead (temporarily), alcoholic, kidnapper and murderer, among other challenging plot turns. No wonder then that this is his second Emmy nom for the role.
This latest, fifth season, sees the show continuing without its original showrunner Beau Willimon, although Kelly assures they’re “in…

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Danny McBride and Walton Goggins Dress Up as Brand Mascots Gone Bad for GQ

What if brand mascots weren’t chipper or cheerful? What if, instead of smiling ear to ear while trying to hock Energizer or McDonald’s, they were jaded, even sadistic?

That’s the world GQ has imagined in a new digital short featuring Danny McBride and Walton Goggins—two actors so perfect for showcasing the dark underbelly of any world that it’s easy to imagine they aren’t even acting here. 

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Cold Cave – “The Idea Of Love” Video

Cold Cave - The Idea Of LoveCold Cave, Wesley Eisold’s fearsome postpunk project, hasn’t released an album since 2011’s Cherish The Light Years, and it might never release a proper album again. Eisold has just announced a 7″ single with two new songs, and with it, he’s posted an announcement that “it should be clear by now that Cold Cave … More »

Emmys: TV Academy Draws Up Juried Winners For Animation

The Television Academy has announced the juried award winners in animation for the 68th Emmy Awards, which will be handed out during Night 2 of the Creative Arts Emmys on September 11 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. They are:

Adventure Time * Bad Jubies * Cartoon Network * Cartoon Network Studios in association with Bix Pix Entertainment

Jason Kolowski, Production Designer

Adventure Time * Stakes Pt. 8: The Dark Cloud * Cartoon Network * Cartoon Network…

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‘In Dubious Battle’ Trailer: James Franco Takes On John Steinbeck – Venice

EXCLUSIVE: Multi-hyphenate James Franco, who is no stranger to classic American literature, has taken his first directorial shot at moving John Steinbeck to the screen with an adaptation of In Dubious Battle. Originally published in 1936, the novel is the lesser-known title in Steinbeck’s unofficial Dustbowl Trilogy — which also includes Of Mice And Men and The Grapes Of Wrath — but has been hailed as among his strongest works. It’s a study of man’s struggle against…

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