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The 'Game of Thrones' TV Book Club: Dissecting a heartless (and Stoneheart-less) finale

17 June 2014 12:38 PM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Welcome, lords and ladies (and smallfolk) to the final edition of this year’s Game of Thrones TV Book Club, a discussion space for Thrones viewers who have also read the five books (so far) of George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series. This week, Darren Franich and Hillary Busis dive into season 4′s supersized ending, a feast of brawls and murders and missing minor characters. Check out James Hibberd’s full recap of the episode, then join us as we venture into the narrative borderlands of A Storm of Swords (and beyond) below. (You know »

- EW staff

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Sandra Oh, Hugh Laurie, Jane Lynch: 12 TV stars who should be making films

15 May 2014 2:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

This week sees Sandra Oh's final regular appearance in the long-running ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy as arguably its finest character, Dr Cristina Yang.

Oh has been one of the show's stand-out performers throughout its 10-year run, but has starring in such a time-consuming role limited her career path until now?

To mark Oh's decision to escape the restraints of commercial network TV, Digital Spy has collected just a few other actors who perhaps should have 'done a George Clooney' by getting out early and made the transition to top movie star, not that movies are obviously better than TV nowadays of course.

This list only names actors who starred in long-running commercial network shows, rather than cable, as most shows in the latter have shorter seasons with longer gaps in between - just in case you were wondering where Jon Hamm and Alexander Skarsgård were...

1. Sandra Oh »

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ABC reportedly cancels 'Trophy Wife' & 'Mixology'

9 May 2014 6:13 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

In the age of DVRs, On Demand, Hulu and other options for Diy TV scheduling, timeslots matter less than they used to, but they still matter. Enough people still watch TV passively, leaving the same channel on after their favorite, that a show no one cares about like "The Millers" can be renewed entirely because it's paired with a monster like "The Big Bang Theory," while it's miraculous to see a new show succeed (or even survive) without a good lead-in. That's why it was so maddening to watch ABC's scheduling decisions this season, and the way they have apparently led to the cancellations of both the very good "Trophy Wife" and the awful "Mixology." (ABC isn't confirming anything yet, but actors from both shows tweeted about the cancellations last night.) In the five seasons ABC has been lucky enough to have "Modern Family" as one of its hits, the »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Daniel Craig Bails on Thriller ‘The Whole Truth’

8 April 2014 7:01 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Daniel Craig has exited the courtroom thriller “The Whole Truth.”

The James Bond actor had been attached to star just before the Berlin Film Festival, with Nicholas Kazan (“Enough”) signing on to write the script. Renee Zellweger came on board in March to co-star.

The Boston Globe, citing unnamed sources, said Craig pulled out of the project over the weekend. The project was due to go into production this spring.

The Whole Truth” will be produced by Atlas Entertainment’s Richard Suckle. FilmNation is handling international rights and CAA is handling domestic rights.

Courtney Hunt (“Frozen River”) was attached to direct.

Craig will begin shooting the 24th James Bond film in the fall with the release set for October and November of 2015.

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- Dave McNary

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Oscars Parties: Governors Ball, Elton John and the Inaugural Fame & Philanthropy Party

3 March 2014 2:31 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Each year as the Oscar ceremony comes to a close, the after parties are just gearing up as Hollywood luminaries celebrate the official end of the awards season. First stop is always the Governors Ball, which is held in a ballroom a few escalator rides away from the Dolby Theatre.

Guests moved around a garden-like setting that Jeffrey Kurland and event producer Cheryl Cecchetto created to allow a flow of people since the priorities are schmoozing and eating, in that order. Another high priority: listening to the music of John Legend.

The “12 Years a Slave” and Fox Searchlight teams, under co-presidents Stephen Gilula and Nancy Utley, celebrated their big wins with a mixture of joy and relief, with all paying tribute to Steve McQueen. “It’s thrilling to be recognized in such a great year with so many terrific movies,” Gilula told Variety. “It’s great art and great entertainment, »

- Tim Gray, Shalini Dore and Andrea Seikaly

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Happy Birthday Sheryl Crow! What’s Her Greatest Song?

11 February 2014 7:39 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Sheryl Crow celebrates her 52nd birthday today, and it’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since the release of her debut album Tuesday Night Music Club, which became one of the essential albums of the mid-90′s and won her three Grammy Awards in 1995 (Record of the Year, Best New Artist and Best Female Vocal Performance).

She has had some missteps along the way. Her toothless cover of “Sweet Child O’ Mine” somehow won a Grammy, and she recorded one of the least memorable of all Bond songs, “Tomorrow Never Dies.” But she’s had plenty of success over the last twenty years, and here are just five examples. Are any of these your favorite, or do you prefer her megasmash “All I Wanna Do” (#2 for six weeks!), or perhaps “Soak Up The Sun” or her remake of “The First Cut Is The Deepest?”

Oh, and We Must Never Forget This. »

- snicks

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Ace Eddie Awards: ‘American Hustle,’ ‘Captain Phillips’ and ‘Frozen’ Top Films

7 February 2014 11:19 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Captain Phillips,” “American Hustle” and “Frozen” took top honors among narrative features as the American Cinema Editors handed out the Ace Eddie Awards Friday evening.

Captain Phillips” and its editor Christopher Rouse took kudos for dramatic feature, “American Hustle” editors  Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers & Alan Baumgarten took the award for comedy or musical feature, and “Frozen’s” Jeff Draheim took home the Eddie for animated feature.

It’s the second major honor for “Captain Phillips” in a week, as the picture won the WGA’s adapted screenplay prize last Saturday.

The timing of the award was fortuitous for the A.C.E., as “Captain Phillips” helmer Paul Greengrass was the org’s Filmmaker of the Year honoree.

Tom Hanks introduced Greengrass, but first congratulated the A.C.E. on its 64 years and for having the largest trophy in show business. “Pardon my language but that thing is fuckin’ huge,” Hanks said. »

- David S. Cohen

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Ace Eddie Awards: ‘American Hustle,’ ‘Captain Phillips’ and ‘Frozen’ Top Films

7 February 2014 11:19 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Captain Phillips,” “American Hustle” and “Frozen” took top honors among narrative features as the American Cinema Editors handed out the Ace Eddie Awards Friday evening.

Captain Phillips” and its editor Christopher Rouse took kudos for dramatic feature, “American Hustle” editors  Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers & Alan Baumgarten took the award for comedy or musical feature, and “Frozen’s” Jeff Draheim took home the Eddie for animated feature.

It’s the second major honor for “Captain Phillips” in a week, as the picture won the WGA’s adapted screenplay prize last Saturday.

The timing of the award was fortuitous for the A.C.E., as “Captain Phillips” helmer Paul Greengrass was the org’s Filmmaker of the Year honoree.

Tom Hanks introduced Greengrass, but first congratulated the A.C.E. on its 64 years and for having the largest trophy in show business. “Pardon my language but that thing is fuckin’ huge,” Hanks said. »

- David S. Cohen

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Daniel Craig Attached to Lead The Whole Truth

30 January 2014 1:25 PM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Having meted out justice for his country in the last three James Bond outings, Daniel Craig is now set to do the same in an entirely different setting in the courtroom drama, The Whole Truth.

Word surfaced earlier this month via the Daily Mail that Craig was in negotiations to lead the project, with Variety announcing that he’s now attached to star in the upcoming film.

Interestingly, the original report specifically describes the film as a courtroom drama, whilst the more recent describes it as a thriller. Of course, a film like Runaway Jury shows that the thriller element can be introduced very successfully into the courtroom drama, and given Craig’s undeniable talents in the thriller genre, I wouldn’t be at all surprised if we get a little of both.

Details of the plot are currently being kept under wraps, but we do know that Craig is »

- Kenji Lloyd

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Daniel Craig Knows 'The Whole Truth'

29 January 2014 8:34 PM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Daniel Craig is set to star in "The Whole Truth" from "Enough" writer Nicholas Kazan. There are however, no details on the plot at this time, reports Variety. Richard Suckle of Atlas Entertainment is producing while FilmNation is selling the film on international ground in Berlin. Craig is of course set to reprise his role as James Bond in the upcoming "Bond 24" film which finds theaters on November 6th, 2015. Craig's last work was in the latest Bond flick "Skyfall," and prior to that in David Fincher's remake of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo." »

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Daniel Craig Wants The Whole Truth

29 January 2014 6:54 PM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Because running around spying as James Bond is clearly not enough for him, Daniel Craig has decided that what his career needs is another espionage thriller. At least, that's what we assume given that he’s signed on to The Whole Truth.Details about the film are Eyes Only for now, but given the genre and the title we suspect a courtroom might be involved at some point. Yet with Enough’s Nicholas Kazan on board to write the script, it was clearly the concept – whatever that is – that grabbed Craig’s interest.Atlas Entertainment is producing the film, which doesn’t yet appear to have a director attached. It’ll be for sale at the European Film Market, and Craig’s name should go a fair way to generating interest. Still, if it does aim to shoot this year, it might need to get a wiggle on, as the »

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Casting Net: Meg Ryan to direct, star in 'Human Comedy' adaptation; Plus, Forest Whitaker in 'Taken 3,' more

29 January 2014 5:14 PM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

Meg Ryan will make her directorial debut with Ithaca, an adaptation of William Saroyan’s novel The Human Comedy, which frequent co-star Tom Hanks will executive-produce. The story follows the teenage Homer Macauley, left at home in Ithaca, Calif., to care for his mother, sister, and little brother, Ulysses, while his older brother fights in World War II. Ryan will also star in the film opposite Melanie Griffith, Sam Shepard, and Jack Quaid (Ryan’s 21-year-old son, who played Marvel in The Hunger Games). Clarence Brown directed a version of the story in a 1943 film starring Mickey Rooney. [THR]

Forest Whitaker »

- EW staff

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Daniel Craig Attached to Thriller ‘The Whole Truth’ (Exclusive)

29 January 2014 4:50 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Daniel Craig looks to be adding another thriller to his resume. The James Bond star is attached to star in “The Whole Truth,” with Nicholas Kazan (“Enough”) signing on to write the script.

Details of the plot were not immediately known.

The pic will be produced by Atlas Entertainment’s Richard Suckle. FilmNation is handling international rights in Berlin.

It’s not clear when the project would shoot. Craig is also set to star in the new 007 film “Bond 24,” scheduled for 2015.

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- Ramin Setoodeh

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‘American Idol’ Recap: Tristen Langley Shocks The Judges

16 January 2014 7:11 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

What was your favorite audition from the second night of ‘Idol?’ Were you surprised by Tristen Langley’s backstory? See our top five picks, then drop a comment with yours!

American Idol continued its 13th season Jan. 16, bringing us the second night of auditions from around the country. And while the judges – Jennifer LopezKeith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. – remained their typical charming selves, the contestants were full of surprises! Certainly, the biggest surprise of the night was that we are officially on our second generation of American Idols! That’s right, the son of a former AI runner-up, Tristen Langley, performed in front of the judges! (We’ll give you a hint — his parent was from Kelly Clarkson‘s season.) See below if he made it to Hollywood and to see our five favorite performances of the night!

American Idol’: Our Top 5 Auditions From Jan. 16

1. Megan Miller, »

- Hollywood Life Staff

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Review: August: Osage County

10 January 2014 9:30 AM, PST | Slackerwood | See recent Slackerwood news »

Of all the things to pop into my head while watching August: Osage County, quotes from a Noel Streatfeild "Shoes" novel would seem to be the very least likely.

But there it was -- I kept recalling quotes from Theatre Shoes, related to a family of actors in the book. (Bear with me a minute as we digress into young-adult lit.) Sorrel is a 12-year-old girl who is learning to be an actress, and her Uncle Francis is a very grand and haughty actor-manager who "very consciously acted when he was acting and ... thought there must be something wrong with a performance which came naturally and easily."

In another series of quotes, Sorrel and her teacher discuss Uncle Francis's ambitious daughter Miranda taking a turn as Ariel in The Tempest, a role Sorrel also plays:

"Miranda's brilliant -- and yet, as Ariel you give the better performance, and that you'll »

- Jette Kernion

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