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Remembering 'Felicity,' 15 Years After the Series Finale

4 hours ago | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

On May 22, 2002, Felicity ended its four-year run on the now-defunct WB network, a channel hailed for its knack for breeding nuanced teen dramas in the late ‘90s and early aughts. The one-hour series, which debuted four years earlier in the fall of 1998, was an introspective and melancholic take on the trials and tribulations of Felicity Porter (Keri Russell), a wide-eyed, curly-haired California girl who impulsively follows her crush, sensitive jock Ben Covington (Scott Speedman), to the hustle and bustle of New York City for college.

Coincidentally premiering the same year as Sex and the City, another female-driven coming-of-age story set in Manhattan, and fielding welcomed comparisons to Ally McBeal, a popular dramedy at the time, Felicity shied away from the glitz and glamour of living in the big city -- instead focusing on the often uncomfortable and agonizing journey of being a young woman searching for her place and purpose in the world.

But well before »

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Brewery Ommegang and HBO Global Licensing Release New Game Of Thrones Beer “Bend the Knee”

4 hours ago | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Brewery Ommegang and HBO Global Licensing are giving Game of Thrones fans the chance to "Bend the Knee" and quench their thirst with a new beer themed to the show while they wait for the July 16th season 7 premiere.

The "Bend the Knee" beer is available in different types of 750ml bottles, each one representing one of the Great Houses: Stark, Targaryen, and Lannister.

The Game of Thrones beer is now available in select retail locations and will enjoy a a full Us release this Memorial Day weekend. You can view the bottle designs below, and we also have the official press release with full details. For more details on "Bend the Knee," visit:

http://www.ommegang.com/got/bend_the_knee.php

Press Release: While the wait for each new season of Game of Thrones® can seem longer than the wait for winter in Westeros, fans can now quench »

- Derek Anderson

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Sarah Jessica Parker Opens Up About ‘Sex And The City 2’: ‘I Can See Where We Fell Short’

21 May 2017 7:44 PM, PDT | ET Canada | See recent ET Canada news »

While the “Sex and the City” HBO series was a mega-hit, the films that followed got mixed reviews, especially “Sex and the City 2”. Even Sarah Jessica Parker feels the same way. The star sat down at Vulture Festival in New York City to chat about the beloved series, her co-star Cynthia Nixon and just how […] »

- Aynslee Darmon

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Hulu’s Best TV Shows About Women Beyond ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ That You Can Stream Right Now

19 May 2017 4:46 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

If you haven’t taken advantage of all that Hulu has to offer lately besides “The Handmaid’s Tale” – which everybody should really, really watch right now – then you’re missing out.

“The Handmaid’s Tale’ has been a groundbreaking series for the streaming service, thanks to its foreboding story about a near future in which a portion of the United States has been turned into a theocracy. This new world of Gilead subjugates women and makes the fertile ones become breeders for high-ranking officials. Moving performances by Elisabeth Moss, Samira Wiley, Yvonne Strahovski, O-t Fagbenle and Alexis Bledel have made this series a must-watch.

Not only does Hulu have strong original programming like “The Handmaid’s Tale,” but it is one of the best places to watch shows that are currently on TV now, which makes cord-cutting that much easier. It also has an impressive catalog of past shows that are well worth revisiting. »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Hulu’s Best TV Shows About Women Beyond ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ That You Can Stream Right Now

19 May 2017 4:46 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

If you haven’t taken advantage of all that Hulu has to offer lately besides “The Handmaid’s Tale” – which everybody should really, really watch right now – then you’re missing out.

“The Handmaid’s Tale’ has been a groundbreaking series for the streaming service, thanks to its foreboding story about a near future in which a portion of the United States has been turned into a theocracy. This new world of Gilead subjugates women and makes the fertile ones become breeders for high-ranking officials. Moving performances by Elisabeth Moss, Samira Wiley, Yvonne Strahovski, O-t Fagbenle and Alexis Bledel have made this series a must-watch.

Not only does Hulu have strong original programming like “The Handmaid’s Tale,” but it is one of the best places to watch shows that are currently on TV now, which makes cord-cutting that much easier. It also has an impressive catalog of past shows that are well worth revisiting. »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Kellan Lutz, Matthew Modine Join John Travolta’s ‘Speed Kills’ (Exclusive)

18 May 2017 5:59 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Kellan Lutz, Matthew Modine, James Remar, and Amaury Nolasco have joined John Travolta in speedboat racing saga “Speed Kills,” Variety has learned.

John Luessenhop is directing from a script he co-wrote with David Aaron Cohen. Production is launching in San Juan, P.R., and Miami Beach, Fla., on May 30.

Hannibal Classics is selling worldwide rights to the picture and expects sales to be completed by the end of the Cannes Film Festival.

Speed Kills” is inspired by the life of speedboat racing champion Donald Aronow, who also created boat brands including Donzi Marine, Blue Thunder, and Cigarette. Travolta will play Aronow, who was murdered in 1987 in Miami. Katheryn Winnick is set to play the role of Lillian Aronow, a former Wilhelmina model and the second wife of Aronow.

Hannibal ClassicsRichard Rionda Del Castro is producing the film with Oscar Generale and Luillo Ruiz of the Pimienta Film Company in Puerto Rico. »

- Dave McNary

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Manolo Blahnik Documentary Purchased by Music Box for North America

17 May 2017 12:01 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Music Box Films has acquired North American rights to the Manolo Blahnik documentary “Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards.”

The film includes interviews with Blahnik along with Anna Wintour, Andre Leon Talley, Paloma Picasso, Candace Bushnell, Charlotte Olympia, Iman, Jamie Prieto, Rihanna, Naomi Campbell, David Bailey, Isaac Mizrahi, Joan Burnstein, Mary Beard, Colin McDowell, Penelope Tree, Gioacchino Lanza Tomasi, Rupert Everett and Karlie Kloss.

“Manolo” is produced by U.K.’s Nevision. Producers are Neil Zeiger, Gillian Mosely and Bronwyn Cosgrave. Executive producers are James Cabourne, Tiggy Maconochie, Ralph Shandilya and Anne Morrison.

The project was unveiled at the Berlin Film Festival last year with Michael Roberts directing and Content Media launching sales.

Blahnik was born in the Canary Islands and studied languages and art in Geneva before moving to Paris in 1965 where he decided to become a set designer. On a visit to New York in 1970, he »

- Dave McNary

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Netflix Shouldn’t Let Fans Skip Movie Credits, But We’ll Allow It For TV Shows

16 May 2017 3:10 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It’s kind of impressive, the way Netflix continues to find new ways to piss off cinephiles. The latest move: A “Skip Intro” button that allows viewers to blow past the opening credits of a movie. By pressing the Skip Intro feature for “Forrest Gump,” for example, viewers have been spared two minutes of watching a feather delicately drift to earth while Alan Silvestri’s iconic score plays — instead, the film leaps right to “Screenplay by Eric Roth” and Forrest (Tom Hanks) offering up some chocolates.

Many see the introduction of the “Skip Intro” option on films as insidious, another way in which Netflix is compromising the concept of film as an art form. The feature isn’t available across all films — “Schindler’s List,” for example, is unaffected — but the complaint is a fair one. The opening credits are an opportunity for a filmmaker to set the scene for his or her work, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Netflix Shouldn’t Let Fans Skip Movie Credits, But We’ll Allow It For TV Shows

16 May 2017 3:10 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s kind of impressive, the way Netflix continues to find new ways to piss off cinephiles. The latest move: A “Skip Intro” button that allows viewers to blow past the opening credits of a movie. By pressing the Skip Intro feature for “Forrest Gump,” for example, viewers have been spared two minutes of watching a feather delicately drift to earth while Alan Silvestri’s iconic score plays — instead, the film leaps right to “Screenplay by Eric Roth” and Forrest (Tom Hanks) offering up some chocolates.

Many see the introduction of the “Skip Intro” option on films as insidious, another way in which Netflix is compromising the concept of film as an art form. The feature isn’t available across all films — “Schindler’s List,” for example, is unaffected — but the complaint is a fair one. The opening credits are an opportunity for a filmmaker to set the scene for his or her work, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘The Wizard of Lies’ Review: Robert De Niro’s Canny HBO Movie is a Ponzi Scheme That Pays Off

15 May 2017 5:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Wizard of Lies” is constructed to mimic Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme: an expertly orchestrated con with a significant payday. But the film, based on Diana Henriques’ book, one ups its inspiration by actually pulling off the scam; first by suckering the audience into investing in a masterful liar, then carefully planting seeds of doubt, and ultimately sneaking up and crushing its shareholders with a devastating final act.

In other words, Barry Levinson’s adaptation is a more complex and accomplished work than we’ve seen from many so-called biopics, as well as HBO Films’ best entry since “Behind the Candelabra.” In fact, in many ways, it’s the opposite of Steven Soderbergh’s gaudy and enticing “final” film. Rather than delivering too much of a good thing, “The Wizard of Lies” is an exercise in the power of restraint — especially from its lead, Robert De Niro.

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- Ben Travers

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‘The Wizard of Lies’ Review: Robert De Niro’s Canny HBO Movie is a Ponzi Scheme That Pays Off

15 May 2017 5:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The Wizard of Lies” is constructed to mimic Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme: an expertly orchestrated con with a significant payday. But the film, based on Diana Henriques’ book, one ups its inspiration by actually pulling off the scam; first by suckering the audience into investing in a masterful liar, then carefully planting seeds of doubt, and ultimately sneaking up and crushing its shareholders with a devastating final act.

In other words, Barry Levinson’s adaptation is a more complex and accomplished work than we’ve seen from many so-called biopics, as well as HBO Films’ best entry since “Behind the Candelabra.” In fact, in many ways, it’s the opposite of Steven Soderbergh’s gaudy and enticing “final” film. Rather than delivering too much of a good thing, “The Wizard of Lies” is an exercise in the power of restraint — especially from its lead, Robert De Niro.

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- Ben Travers

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Summer TV Preview 2017: 16 Shows You Absolutely Cannot Miss

12 May 2017 7:45 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Summer's here! That means school's out, and what better to keep cool from the warm, sunny rays than with the hottest new shows hitting the small screen?

From anticipated revivals and farewell seasons to a boy band singing competition and the long-overdue return of a hit medieval fantasy series, summer TV has just about everything you need to keep yourself glued to your television sets!

Don't know what to watch this summer? Have no fear! Et's Summer TV Preview guide spotlights 16 must-watch shows that you absolutely cannot miss.

Related: Summer Movie Preview 2017: Superheroes, Sexy Lifeguards and Bridesmaids Gone Wild, Oh My!

I Love Dick

Premieres: Friday, May 12 on Amazon Prime

Inspired by the lauded novel by Chris Kraus, Amazon's latest scripted series comes from Transparent's Jill Soloway and combines the whimsy of sexual desire and the heartbreaking reality of a crumbling marriage with a deft hand. Kathryn Hahn plays Chris, an unhappy »

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Lush, sad and perfect: at last, TV gives us an Anne of Green Gables for our times

12 May 2017 3:53 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

From her red pigtails to the cornflower seas, everything looks, feels and simply is right in Anne With An E, the exquisite new adaptation by Breaking Bad writer Moira Walley-Beckett

Our first sight of Anne With An E, aka Anne of Green Gables, is on a steam train bound for Avonlea. Skinny as a piece of string, sharp as a tack, red pigtails, pale skin, pale eyes, freckle-spattered, with a moth-eaten straw hat and a tatty carpet bag that has to be carried just so … phew, she’s perfect. A baby cries, momentarily transporting the orphan traumatised by a lifetime of “never belonging to anybody” back to her last so-called home, where she was forced to care for Mrs Hammond’s ever-expanding brood and mercilessly beaten for being “nothing but a miserable piece of trash”. Meanwhile, the train chugs along the coast of Prince Edward Island, as much a character »

- Chitra Ramaswamy

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Molly Shannon Have a Dance-Off to 'We Are Family' – and It’s Just the Best!

11 May 2017 8:04 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Sarah Jessica Parker and Molly Shannon clearly like their jobs.

On Wednesday, the Divorce co-stars shared videos on Instagram of them seriously getting down to Sister Sledge's 1979 song, "We Are Family," while on set of their HBO show. While Parker had some issues dancing with her "sticky" shoes, Shannon couldn't get up out of her chair fast enough to do "the robot."

Exclusive: Sarah Jessica Parker Is Overwhelmed With Gratitude Over First Post-Sex and the City Award

The actresses slowed things down when they started singing Jeffrey Osborne's 1982 hit, "On the Wings of Love," and even got the crew in on the singalong. "I ❤ working with @sarahjessicaparker," Shannon, 52, gushed on Instagram. "Next time I wanna try to get her to sing something from Annie with me. Like, 'Hard Knock Life' or 'Maybe.'"

Ahead of Divorce's series premiere last October, Shannon shared with Et why she signed on to star alongside Parker in the »

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Watch: Sarah Jessica Parker and Molly Shannon Have a Dance Off to Sister Sledge’s ‘We Are Family’

10 May 2017 7:22 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

They sure act like family!

Divorce costars Molly Shannon and Sarah Jessica Parker took a quick break on Wednesday from filming their HBO show to share a few clips of their dance-off.

Parker, 52, posted a hilarious video of the two dancing to Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family,” writing in the caption, “From our ‘scene’ and heard column on @divorcehbo. Sister Sledge, ‘we are family’ while moving the camera takes on new meaning with @theofficialsuperstar.”

Shannon, also 52, sang the lyrics along with Parker, eventually getting up to do “The Robot” moves while Parker moonwalked away.

Other videos posted by the »

- Alexia Fernandez

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Monte Carlo TV Fest to Open With Sony’s ‘Absentia’; Helen Mirren to Be Honored

9 May 2017 9:04 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Rome – The 57th Monte Carlo Television Festival will open with the world premiere of Sony’s new TV series “Absentia,” and will also present Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren with a lifetime achievement award.

Directed by Oded Ruskin, who is known for the hit Israeli series “False Flag,” “Absentia” stars Stana Katic (“Castle”) (pictured) as an FBI agent who disappears without a trace while hunting one of Boston’s most notorious serial killers. The 10-episode thriller skein, set to debut this fall, is a Sony Pictures Television Networks’ original produced by Tel Aviv-based Masha Productions and shot in Europe.  Key cast and crew are expected to make the trek to Monte Carlo for the June 16-20 festival, which will be officially opened by Prince Albert II of Monaco.

The festival, a showcase for high-end international television and for new TV trends, has assembled a wide-ranging lineup this year, the bulk of which sees European and U.S »

- Nick Vivarelli

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Jane the Virgin Review: Carrie Bradshaw Didn’t Write For Kids

9 May 2017 12:30 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

What does it take to get Jane the Virgin back into non-virgin territory? A tribute to Sex and the City sounds pretty good. Circumstances put Jane in the role of Carrie Bradshaw, pondering through her writing if casual dating is possible for a young widow. (Ten guesses what Jane’s version of Samantha thinks about this.) There’s just one little hiccup in this comparison: Carrie never had a 4-year old to explain artificial insemination to. Jane channels her inner Carrie for a guest column with Cosmopolitan online now that she’s casually dating Fabian. Jane’s fun, flirty fling turns more into a

Jane the Virgin Review: Carrie Bradshaw Didn’t Write For Kids »

- Araceli Aviles

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Newswire: Logan’s Dafne Keen has found her next role

8 May 2017 1:09 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Given the success of Logan, we presume that at some point we’ll see Dafne Keen reprise her role as the ferocious Laura in some spin-off of the X-Men franchise—at least, James Mangold’s certainly given us reason to hope. For now, Keen has taken a role as the eponymous character in the upcoming film Ana, set to be directed by Charles McDougal, whose TV credits run the gamut from Sex And The City to House Of Cards. According to Deadline, the project has some similarities with her breakout role. In Ana, she will also “form an odd friendship” and go on a road trip with an old—relatively speaking—dude here played by Luis Guzmán. This time the objective, however, is not to save mutant-kind, but to ”save him from bankruptcy, or worse.” But it doesn’t seem likely Keen will rip a guy’s head off with »

- Esther Zuckerman

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Natalie Portman on ‘Angie Tribeca’ and Three More Shows to Watch Tonight — IndieWire TV Picks for May 8

8 May 2017 3:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Monday, May 8

Angie Tribeca,” 10:30 p.m., TBS

Episode Title: “This Sounds Unbelievable, But ‘CSI: Miami’ Did It”

Network Synopsis: Natalie Portman’s in this one, but also a man falls from the sky and the team investigates a lead in space.

Why You Should Watch: The Oscar winner alone is worth the tuning in, just to see her embody a modern-day Nasa scientist who looks, sounds and acts like a ‘60s housewife. According to IndieWire critic Ben Travers’ review: “Portman grasps the tone quickly and then runs away with the scene, her soft inflections and glowing expressions creating a beam of light gliding through the scene.” The episode reaches new heights of lunacy, and not just because some of the action takes place in space. Also, a bonus visit to the Acme Corporation, a favorite of the tenacious Wile E. Coyote, pays off richly in visual gags.

“Gotham,” 8 p. »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Natalie Portman on ‘Angie Tribeca’ and Three More Shows to Watch Tonight — IndieWire TV Picks for May 8

8 May 2017 3:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Monday, May 8

Angie Tribeca,” 10:30 p.m., TBS

Episode Title: “This Sounds Unbelievable, But ‘CSI: Miami’ Did It”

Network Synopsis: Natalie Portman’s in this one, but also a man falls from the sky and the team investigates a lead in space.

Why You Should Watch: The Oscar winner alone is worth the tuning in, just to see her embody a modern-day Nasa scientist who looks, sounds and acts like a ‘60s housewife. According to IndieWire critic Ben Travers’ review: “Portman grasps the tone quickly and then runs away with the scene, her soft inflections and glowing expressions creating a beam of light gliding through the scene.” The episode reaches new heights of lunacy, and not just because some of the action takes place in space. Also, a bonus visit to the Acme Corporation, a favorite of the tenacious Wile E. Coyote, pays off richly in visual gags.

“Gotham,” 8 p. »

- Hanh Nguyen

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