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Is A.I. Just Marketing Hype?
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Now You Watch Jake Gyllenhaal Hear The Truth About Nocturnal Animals: His Character Had the Lamest Death
New York Magazine • Hunter Harris
Korea Box Office: ‘Murderer’ Stays on Top, ‘Baby Driver’ Debuts in Second
Variety • Patrick Frater
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‘Big Little Lies’ Flexes Femme Muscle With Eight Big Emmy Wins
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Olivia de Havilland's feud with 'Feud'
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Warner Bros. Signs First-Look Deal With French Company Marvelous Productions (EXCLUSIVE)
VarietyElskes
PARIS – Warner Bros. has signed a first-look deal with Marvelous Productions, the Paris-based outfit launched at Cannes by former top-level execs at Pathé, Romain Le Grand and Vivien Aslanian and producer Marco Pacchioni. Under the pact, Warner Bros. will have the...
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Desperately seeking New York’s grime and glamour
The GuardianArwa Mahdawi
‘New York isn’t a city for nostalgia,” Susan Seidelman says to me, matter-of-factly, as we chat over lunch in the lobby bar of Manhattan’s Ace hotel. “It’s not a city, like Paris or Rome, that rests on a glorified past. It’s a...
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Henry Arthur Jones' new play – archive, 19 September 1913
The GuardianPc
LONDON, THURSDAY NIGHT Mr. Henry Arthur Jones’s ingenuity in beating out a comedy subject very thin is, when he is at his best, as artistically attractive as his studious avoidance of everything except the banal and the ordinary in character and conversation...
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Was Booger Really a Nerd?
SlateMike Pesca
Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images Listen to Episode 830 of ’s The Gist: Why does the movie Revenge of the Nerds continue to resonate today? Because, aside from how funny it is, it stands up for outcasts. Actor Curtis Armstrong explains what he took...
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Is A.I. Just Marketing Hype?
Inc.Geoffrey James
Why are the big breakthroughs always five to 20 years in the future?
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Now You Watch Jake Gyllenhaal Hear The Truth About Nocturnal Animals: His Character Had the Lamest Death
New York MagazineHunter Harris
Okay, okay, you’ve seen schtick before: Someone not very famous tells someone super-famous the truth about one of their movies (a.k.a. the entire premise of Between Two Ferns). But in this video promoting Stronger, Jake Gyllenhaal goes to sit down for an...
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Korea Box Office: ‘Murderer’ Stays on Top, ‘Baby Driver’ Debuts in Second
VarietyPatrick Frater
Courtesy of Showbox Local crime thriller, “Memoir of a Murderer” remained on top of the South Korean box office in its second weekend. The Showbox release earned $3.61 million from 484,000 admissions between Friday and Sunday for a total of $14.8 million...
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Opening Quote: Petra’s debt takes sparkle off record production
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‘Big Little Lies’ Flexes Femme Muscle With Eight Big Emmy Wins
VarietyCynthia Littleton
REX/Shutterstock The “fierce tribe” behind “Big Little Lies” has flexed some serious Emmy muscle as voters showered eight trophies on HBO’s star-studded limited series. “Big Little Lies,” shepherded by the production banners of stars Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, offered a remarkable...
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Olivia de Havilland's feud with 'Feud'
Los Angeles TimesNardine Saad
Ryan Murphy's deliciously catty FX series "Feud: Bette and Joan" earned 15 nominations and two wins at the Creative Arts Emmys. However, the limited series, which chronicles the storied rivalry between actresses Joan Crawford (portrayed by Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis (Susan...
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