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A German Comedy is the International Sensation of 2016

By Jake Coyle | Dec 28
"Make sure they know to play it loud," the filmmaker Maren Ade advises ahead of a screening of her film, "Toni Erdmann."

The One and Many Voices of Jimmy James at Winter Rendezvous

Dec 16
Voice impersonator Jimmy James will be performing Cher, Adele, Eartha Kitt, and more at Gay Ski Week Winter Rendezvous in Stowe, Vermont, January 18-22.

Andy Cohen on New Diary, "Superficial," Celebrity Friends

Dec 6
The New York Times best selling author has released his third book, "Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries."

DirecTV Wants to Be the Next Online Substitute for Cable

By Tali Arbel | Nov 29
There are already a few online services that aim to replace cable, but they haven't attracted many users yet. AT&T's DirecTV hopes to change that with a new service announced Monday.

'Gotham' Star Lashes Back at Homophobic Fans

By Brittany Ferrendi | Nov 20
This season of 'Gotham' took a unique spin when Penguin fell in love with Edward Nygma, and not everyone was happy. Now Penguin's actor, Robin Lord Taylor, is firing back at fans.

Sir Elton John's Photo Collection

Nov 18
Say the word album in connection with Sir Elton John, and your first thought is of the dozens of music albums he's released over the years. But he's also assembled a remarkable album of vintage photographs.

Trevor Noah on Being "Born a Crime," 2016 Campaign

Nov 16
Nearly a week after Donald Trump's victory, comedian Trevor Noah is not shy about how he is coping with the results.

Ava DuVernay on Film Career, Inclusion and Diversity

Oct 2
Academy Award-winning movie "Selma" made Ava DuVernay the first woman of color to direct a film nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.

'Avatar' Mobile Game Landing Ahead of Film Sequels

By Derrik J. Lang | Jul 2
Lightstorm Entertainment and 20th Century Fox have enlisted game studio Kabam to develop an "Avatar" mobile game for release ahead of the next four film sequels.

Tony Shalhoub on New CBS Show "Brain Dead" and Career

Jun 29
Emmy-winning actor Tony Shalhoub, who played an obsessive-compultive detective in "Monk," stars as a senator on the new CBS show "Brain Dead."

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