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  • Judy Greer’s Delight in Watching Judy Greer Kiss Famous Actors Is Infectious
    Though Judy Greer has had her shining moments as a star (R.I.P. Married), the actress has mostly made a career out of playing second-leads or comedic smaller parts, characters she refers to as “the best friend.” As she tells Conan O’Brien, this lot in life actually comes with some ... Go to the Source
    VulturePublished on 03-28-2017By Tolly Wright
    2 hours ago
  • Leonardo DiCaprio Remembers Late What’s Eating Gilbert Grape Actress Darlene Cates
    Actress Darlene Cates, most well-known for her turn as Bonnie Grape in Lasse Hallström’s 1993 film What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, died this past weekend at the age of 69. Her daughter Sheri Cates Morgan announced her death on Sunday. Tuesday Cates’ costar Leonardo DiCaprio remembered her fondly on Facebook. ... Go to the Source
    VulturePublished on 03-28-2017By Halle Kiefer
    2 hours ago
  • ‘Boss Baby,’ ‘Ghost in the Shell’ to Battle ‘Beauty and the Beast’ This Weekend
    “Beauty and the Beast,” which crossed $700 million at the worldwide box office on Monday, looks to hold on to the No. 1 spot for a third week despite DreamWorks Animation’s “The Boss Baby” being set to take a chunk out of the Disney behemoth’s family audience. “Boss Baby,” which is projected ... Go to the Source
    TheWrapTVPublished on 03-28-2017By Jeremy Fuster
    3 hours ago
  • Seth Meyers Sees President Trump Talking but Only Hears Big Lebowski’s The Dude
    Though Seth Meyers used his Late Night “A Closer Look” segment to ostensibly discuss the relationship between President Trump and Devin Nunes, Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Meyers also noticed a deep connection between Trump and The Dude from The Big Lebowski. Sure, Jeff Bridges’ iconic character doesn’t ... Go to the Source
    VulturePublished on 03-28-2017By Tolly Wright
    3 hours ago
  • ‘Big Bang Theory’ ‘Soft Kitty’ Copyright Lawsuit Dismissed by Judge
    A copyright lawsuit brought against “Big Bang Theory” producers, Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre Productions has been dismissed by a New York City district judge. According to legal documents acquired by TheWrap on Tuesday, the plaintiffs Ellen Newlin Chase and Margaret Chase Perry failed to state a claim that a song ... Go to the Source
    TheWrapTVPublished on 03-28-2017By Debbie Emery
    4 hours ago
  • The Americans Recap: What’s Best for the Country
    Let’s overread this episode title, shall we? “What’s the Matter With Kansas?” may have been the first thing that sprang to mind when the writers of The Americans thought about what to name an episode where the action expands to Topeka. After all, Thomas Frank’s book has been a ... Go to the Source
    VulturePublished on 03-28-2017By Scott Tobias
    4 hours ago
  • Wednesday’s TV highlights: ‘Imaginary Mary’ on ABC
    SERIES Arrow Oliver (Stephen Amell) ask the Bratva for help in taking on Prometheus (Josh Segurra) — a move that leaves Diggle and Felicity (David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards) speechless. 8 p.m. KTLA The Goldbergs Barry (Troy Gentile) has big plans for Lainey (A.J. Michalka) on prom night. ... Go to the Source
    LA Times TV NewsPublished on 03-28-2017By Ed Stockly
    4 hours ago
  • ‘Bones’ Creator Hart Hanson Explains How He Grappled With Goodbye (Guest Column)
    The David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel procedural wrapped its 12-season run on Tuesday.read more ... Go to the Source
    Hollywood Reporter TVPublished on 03-28-2017
    5 hours ago
  • ‘The Voice’: Battle Round Comes to a Close
    The last steals of the round were used Tuesday night.read more ... Go to the Source
    Hollywood Reporter TVPublished on 03-28-2017
    6 hours ago
  • Insane To Marry
    [Blind Gossip] This man is in the music industry. We don’t know how talented he is, but we do know that music has made him very, very rich. Because he is so wealthy, many women idolize him and have tried to land him over the years. Then along came an ... Go to the Source
    Blind GossipPublished on 03-28-2017By Blind Gossip
    7 hours ago
  • NBC’s 2018 Olympics coverage will air live in all time zones
    NBC’s prime-time coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, will air live across the United States, including on the West Coast, a first since the Games became a major television attraction in the late 1960s. The move to coast-to-coast live coverage — which NBC Sports is ... Go to the Source
    LA Times TV NewsPublished on 03-28-2017
    8 hours ago
  • Patrick Stewart Compares Kellyanne Conway to Himself in Drag: “Twinsies”
    Will he get a spot on 'SNL'? Fans hope so. read more ... Go to the Source
    Hollywood Reporter TVPublished on 03-28-2017
    8 hours ago
  • Kerry Washington Taps ‘Django’ Producer to Head Development (Exclusive)
    Pilar Savone will head development for the 'Scandal' star's Simpson Street production company.read more ... Go to the Source
    Hollywood Reporter TVPublished on 03-28-2017
    9 hours ago
  • Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jerrod Carmichael and more to join April NRDC benefit ‘Stand Up! For the Planet’
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Larry David, Martin Short and Tig Notaro are among those scheduled to perform at “Stand Up! For the Planet,” a benefit for the National Resource Defense Council at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills this spring. Since the election of President ... Go to the Source
    LA Times TV NewsPublished on 03-28-2017By Chris Barton
    9 hours ago
  • Hulu’s ‘Harlots’ gets down to business in 18th century London
    In "Harlots," an engaging new period melodrama that debuts Wednesday on Hulu, two whorehouses, unalike in dignity, go to war in 1763 London, ancient grudge breaking to new mutiny. Samantha Morton plays Margaret Wells, a madam attempting to move up in her world, out of her low-rent Covent Garden ... Go to the Source
    LA Times TV NewsPublished on 03-28-2017
    10 hours ago
  • Like Big Ang
    [Blind Gossip] There seems to be a competition in this TV family to have the most cosmetic procedures. This younger sibling may be winning. However, her older sibling doesn’t seem to love all of her improvements. [Older] said to [Younger Sibling], “Maybe it’s too much. You’re starting to look like ... Go to the Source
    Blind GossipPublished on 03-28-2017By Blind Gossip
    10 hours ago
  • 9 Tips for Surviving an Independent Film Shoot
    Through my experience of working on low budget and independent films for the past 15 years, I have learned a few crucial and important rules that can help you survive the jungle of what is the independent film world, or better known as Guerrilla Film making. Working on independent ... Go to the Source
    The Stage 32 BlogPublished on 03-28-2017By Stage 32
    12 hours ago
  • Romance Short Story: “Ladybug” by Gail Bartley
    “Ladybug” by Gail Bartley is the First Place-winning story in the romance category of the 12th Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards. For complete coverage of this year’s awards, including an exclusive interview with the Grand Prize winner and a complete list of winners, check out the May/June 2017 issue ... Go to the Source
    WritersDigest ScriptwritingPublished on 03-28-2017By Guest Column
    13 hours ago
  • IT DEPENDS: The Contract Conundrum or What’s In a Name?
    Contracts can be seen as scary shackles binding the unwary to massive tangles of responsibility and exposure. Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller demystifies the contract process. The post IT DEPENDS: The Contract Conundrum or What’s In a Name? appeared first on Script Magazine. ... Go to the Source
    Script Mag TV WritingPublished on 03-28-2017By Christopher Schiller
    15 hours ago
  • Award-Winning Writer and Director Rosemary Rodriguez talks about her film ‘Silver Skies’ with Susan Kouguell
    Writer & Director Rosemary Rodriguez talks about her film 'Silver Skies' with Susan Kouguell, soon to be released on DVD and Streaming on Amazon and iTunes. The post Award-Winning Writer and Director Rosemary Rodriguez talks about her film ‘Silver Skies’ with Susan Kouguell appeared first on Script Magazine. ... Go to the Source
    Script Mag TV WritingPublished on 03-28-2017By Susan Kouguell
    15 hours ago
  • March 28: This Week on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD
    Check out an exclusive clips from March 28 releases The Marine 5: Battleground and the Wishmaster collection Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s look at all the top titles arriving this week on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Check out the gallery viewer below for a look at the major new releases, catalogue films and television collections ... Go to the Source
    Flavorwire TVPublished on 03-28-2017By Silas Lesnick
    16 hours ago
  • Ace Reporter Trailer: Next Supergirl Episode Coming April 24
    Ace Reporter Trailer: Next Supergirl episode coming April 24 Supergirl is not returning until April 24, but The CW has already released a promo for the episode, titled “Ace Reporter.” You can watch the trailer below! Supergirl stars Melissa Benoist in the title role, Mehcad Brooks as James Olsen, Laura Benanti as ... Go to the Source
    Flavorwire TVPublished on 03-28-2017By CS
    16 hours ago
  • The Walking Dead Season 7 Finale Photos
    The Walking Dead Season 7 finale photos AMC has released a batch of photos from The Walking Dead Season 7 finale which you can find in the gallery below! You can check out the previously-released promo for the episode by clicking here. RELATED: The Walking Dead Episode 7.15 Recap Titled “The ... Go to the Source
    Flavorwire TVPublished on 03-28-2017By CS
    16 hours ago
  • 3 Tips for Navigating the April PAD Challenge
    Last week, I posted the guidelines for the 2017 April PAD Challenge, which will start at the end of this week. This will be my 10th time through, so I thought I’d share some tips on how to get through a month of daily poeming. ***** Re-create Your Poetry! Revision ... Go to the Source
    WritersDigest ScriptwritingPublished on 03-28-2017By Robert Lee Brewer
    18 hours ago
  • Almost Missed You Debuts Today! Get One Last Look Behind the Scenes
    Click here to order now! After a lifetime of dreaming, it’s finally here. And I have you to thank. When I first joined Writer’s Digest, in 2001, one of my first jobs was to write our column spotlighting debut authors. Today you know it as Breaking In (Page 18), but ... Go to the Source
    WritersDigest ScriptwritingPublished on 03-28-2017By Jessica Strawser
    19 hours ago