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Bill Cosby's Wife Knew Of Affairs In 1997, According To Leaked Deposition Information

Camille Cosby has stood by her husband throughout the scandal, refusing to bad mouth him when women's rights activists suggested she should speak out as over 30 individuals came forward with accusations of...

Christoph Waltz To Make Directorial Debut With Real-life Crime Drama

The Django Unchained star will also produce the project, which is based on journalist Franklin Foer's The New York Times Magazine article of the same name. The true story follows social climber...

Tv Via The Internet? It Will Have To Wait

Plans announced by Intel and Sony to deliver broadcast and cable networks to subscribers over the Internet have been scaled back and delayed, the New York Times reported today, suggesting that they may never come...

Breaking Bad Goes Out With A Bang

At last -- a popular television series that did not fade out into a twilight of controversy. Unlike the final episodes of The Sopranos, Lost, and, most recently Dexter, the finale of AMC's Breaking Bad...

Movie Reviews: Don Jon

A film about a man who is addicted to pornography hardly sounds like your usual rom-com fare, but critics almost unanimously conclude that Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the writer, director and star of Don Jon, pulls it...

Movie Reviews: Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2

For a film contrived principally for the kiddies, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 is surprisingly receiving some mighty enthusiastic reviews from ordinarily jaded adult movie critics, although the review by Miriam Bale in...

Pulitzer Winner Hersh Damns Tv News Coverage And Ny Times

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh has unleashed a broadside of criticism against members of his own profession, maintaining that when it comes to covering the Obama administration they are more than obsequious. In an interview...

Critics Bestow Little Praise On Emmys Telecast

The Emmys is an awards show that critics love to scorn, and this year was no exception. Although some had hoped that the presence of Neil Patrick Harris, who enlivened this year's Tony Awards, would...

Movie Reviews: Prisoners

Virtually every major critic has praised the script, direction, and performances of Prisoners. But some are suggesting that the problem with it may be that it's just too effective -- a film about kidnapped children...

Movie Reviews: Enough Said

Fox Searchlight is opening the late James Gandolfini's penultimate film, Enough Said, in four theaters today (Wednesday), presumably to give it a head start against the much-buzzed-about Prisoners, starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Terrence Howard,...

How Much Does Hollywood Earn From Digital Releases?

Although the studios release a wealth of information publicly about how their movies perform at the box office -- estimated weekend ticket sales, final results (sales and attendance), international ticket sales, etc. -- there is...

Movie Reviews: Insidious 2

The last time a horror flick directed by James Wan hit the screens, it surprisingly drew rave reviews from critics. That film was The Conjuring, which went on to earn $135 million at the domestic...

Lauer Accuses Media Of "Laziness" In Reporting Curry Brouhaha

Matt Lauer has confessed that the past year or two have been incredibly frustrating and challenging for him but that he's in no position to complain. After all, he says, the other 20 years as...

Surprise Shakeup At Universal

Despite the fact that the top executives at Universal Pictures had been responsible for making the studio the No. 2 moneymaker among Hollywood studios this year, a shakeup by owner Comcast on Monday saw the...

Cbs Airs Interview With Syria's Assad

In what columnist Jeffrey Goldberg described as the biggest get of the year, CBS This Morning co-host Charlie Rose has presented excerpts from his interview with Syrian President Bashar Asad, in which Assad denies that...

Movie Reviews: Riddick

Nearly ten years have passed since Vin Diesel last appeared in a Riddick movie -- perhaps long enough for most moviegoers to forget the drubbing it took at the time (and the tens of millions...

Cbs Eye Is Now Wide Open On Time Warner Cable

CBS programming returned to Time Warner Cable systems at 6:00 p.m. Monday night for the first time since a carriage dispute blacked out the network on Aug. 2. The wrangle had prevented CBS programming from...

Movie Reviews: Getaway

eviews don't come any worse than those for Getaway, starring Selena Gomez and Ethan Hawke. Peter Hartlaub of the San Francisco Chronicle warns that you've probably seen this movie before, watching a child play with...

Movie Reviews: One Direction: This Is Us

In London's Daily Mail, critic Christopher Tookey commented about the One Direction concert documentary This Is Us: This pretty much defines the kind of movie that is critic-proof. Actually, the personable young members of the...

Movie Reviews: The World's End

Opening in only about 1,500 theater the British comedy The World's End is getting the same sort of overwhelmingly ecstatic reviews that director Edgar Wright's previous films, Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, did....

Movie Reviews: You're Next

For the past two years Lionsgate has kept Adam Wingard's You're Next gathering dust on its shelves. The studio picked it up at the Toronto Film Festival, where it was screened at the festival's Midnight...

Movie Reviews: Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones

The instrument of choice that virtually every critic has administered to Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is the hammer. Their blows have indeed been mortal. Now, most movie reviews ordinarily include a summary of the...

Al Jazeera America Launches -- Makes Few Waves

Critics generally agreed that Tuesday's launch of Al Jazeera America -- or AJAM, as it's being called -- went off smoothly, professionally, and non-controversially. Mary McNamara in the Los Angeles Times pointed out that much...

Today Launches Book Club

Picking up where Oprah Winfrey left off when she shut down her long-running afternoon talk show, NBC's Today has launched a monthly book club, the New York Times reported today (Tuesday). The first selection is...

Partner Of Writer Who Revealed Snowden's Docs Is Detained

Several British lawmakers are leading an outcry of protest over the detention of Brazilian David Miranda for nine hours at London's Heathrow airport during a stopover on his way from Berlin to his home in...

Movie Reviews: Kick-ass 2

Kick-Ass 2, writes Adam Nayman in the Toronto Globe and Mail is the year's most unpleasant movie. Other critics are quite so terse but their reviews reflect a similar assessment. Claudia Puig in USA Today...

Viacom And Sony Set To Sign Historic Agreement

With many analysts predicting that the networks that now use cable TV for distribution will one day use the Internet instead, Sony, which is seeking to become an online gateway for those networks, appeared to...

Movie Reviews: Lee Daniels' The Butler

Lee Daniels' The Butler, in which Forest Whitaker portrays Cecil Gaines, a butler who served eight U.S. presidents at the White House (the character is based on the real-life Eugene Allen), is drawing much critical...

Nbc News As Brought To You By Twitter

Twitter may give NBC a jump on live coverage of unplanned events as a result of its acquisition on Stringwire, an online service that enables video from smartphones to be streamed directly to the NBC...

3d Movies Struggling

In an article about the collapsing box office for 3D films, the New York Times asks, Are there any thrills left in what was supposed to be Hollywood's medium of the future? The article points...

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