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Watch Harry Dean Stanton Argue With David Lynch About Tortoises in Lucky, His Final Role

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See it in theaters September 29. »

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‘Game of Thrones’ Writer Bryan Cogman to Develop Fifth Prequel

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Bryan Cogman, a writer who’s been with “Game of Thrones” since Season 1, will be penning a fifth prequel idea with “A Song of Ice and Fire” author George R.R. Martin. HBO told TheWrap that the writer has been working with Martin to develop the idea, which is one of five that could be ordered to series. The network previously announced that it was working with four different writers on potential new series. Each is connected to “Game of Thrones,” but not all will make it to air. Also Read: 6 'Game of Thrones' Spinoff Ideas: From 'Dunk and »


- Carli Velocci

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Oscar Futures: The Race Begins, But Who’s in the Lead?

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There’s no overwhelming Best Picture front-runner, but these actors are leaping out ahead. »

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Oscar Futures: The Race Begins, But Who’s in the Lead?

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There’s no overwhelming Best Picture front-runner, but these actors are leaping out ahead. »

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Here’s Everything That’s Coming and Leaving Netflix in October

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Is it just us, or does it seem like Labor Day was yesterday? Halloween candy has been in stores for weeks now, but as the weather cools off and the aroma pumpkin spice starts to permeate our lives, we’re ready to lean in to fall. And with fall comes fall TV. And with fall TV comes Season 2 of “Stranger Things,” which is all we can think about — and we know you’re probably going to dress up as Eleven come Oct. 31. A quick heads up on what’s leaving the platform: “Titanic” will no longer be available on Oct. »


- Ashley Boucher

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eOne Expands to Germany, Preps ‘Entebbe’ Release

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Entertainment One has brought on Benjamina Mirnik-Voges to open a German office and expand its film operations in the country. She joins from Universum Film where, as head of film, she acquired movies including “Hateful 8” and “Lion.”

At eOne she takes the newly created role of managing director, Germany, film, and will open a new Munich outpost for the independent studio. She will run the group’s theatrical business in the country. Christian Fritzsche will continue to lead the licensing of films in the German-speaking market, and will relocate from London to Munich.

Hijacking drama “Entebbe,” from Participant Media and Working Title Films, will be the first film eOne releases in Germany, under Mirnik-Voges’ leadership.

“The addition of Germany will be a major boost to our distribution profile on a pan-European basis and will support our creative partnerships worldwide,” said Alex Hamilton, eOne’s Emea fillm boss, to whom Mirnik-Voges will report.

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Judi Dench to Receive Santa Barbara International Film Festival’s Kirk Douglas Award

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On Wednesday, the Santa Barbara International Film Fest announced that Dame Judi Dench will receive the 12th annual Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Film. The award will be presented on Nov. 30 at a black-tie gala dinner at the Bacara Resort and Spa.

The Kirk Douglas Award was first given in 2006 and has been used to honor an individual who is considered to be a “lifelong contributor to cinema through their work in front of the camera, behind, or both.” Warren Beatty, Jane Fonda, Jessica Lange, Forest Whitaker, Robert DeNiro, Michael Douglas, Harrison Ford, Quentin Tarantino, Ed Harris, and John Travolta have all previously received the award.

Dench is best known for her numerous appearances as M in the James Bond franchise, as well as her roles in “Shakespeare in Love” and “Philomena.”

“I am especially delighted to learn that Dame Judi Dench will accept the award that bears my name. She »


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‘The Good Place’ Boss on Season 2: More Michael, More POVs, More Individual Torture

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Mike Schur’s latest NBC comedy, “The Good Place,” is about to break its own format. After the first season finale revealed the so-called “good place” was really just an elaborate setup within “the bad place,” orchestrated as a new way of torture by architect Michael (Ted Danson), the second season plans to explore what happens after Eleanor (Kristen Bell) and her new friends have their memories wiped and dropped right back in the experiment again.

Variety spoke with Schur ahead of the season 2 premiere about how to keep a show interesting when the audience’s knowledge is ahead of the characters.

The first few episodes of season 2 seem to be more from Michael’s perspective than Eleanor’s. Is that a trend that will continue throughout the new season?

Yes, that was the big idea, really, of how we could make it an interesting show in a situation where everyone’s memories are erased, ’cause »


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Judi Dench to Receive Kirk Douglas Award From Santa Barbara Film Festival

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Judi Dench has been named recipient of the 2017 Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Film, the Santa Barbara International Film Festival announced on Wednesday. The award is given out annually at a black-tie fundraising dinner for the festival. This year’s dinner will take place on November 30 at the Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara, with the film festival itself running from January 31 through February 10, 2018. Dench is expected to be a strong Best Actress contender this year for her performance as Queen Victoria in Stephen Frears’ “Victoria & Adbul,” which will be released by Focus Features »


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Santa Barbara Film Fest: Judi Dench to Receive Kirk Douglas Award

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Dame Judi Dench, the legendary actress of stage and screen, has been chosen as the 12th recipient of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival's Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Film.

The honor will be presented to the 82-year-old on Nov. 30 — just nine days before her 83rd birthday — at a black-tie gala dinner at the Bacara Resort and Spa in Santa Barbara, with all proceeds going to Sbiff's free year-round educational programs.

“I am especially delighted to learn that Dame Judi Dench will accept the award that bears my name," Douglas, who turned 100 »


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Watch the Rock, Jack Black, Kevin Hart in 'Jumanji' Trailer

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan star in the new, punchline-heavy trailer for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, director Jake Kasdan's upcoming sequel of the 1995 fantasy-adventure film.

The clip opens by setting up the basic plot: Over two decades after the events of the first, Robin Williams-starring film, four teenagers stuck in high school detention discover an old video game named Jumanji while cleaning out the building's basement. After firing up the vintage title, they're sucked into Jumanji's jungle landscape, where they »


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The 13 Most Unbelievable Things That Happened on Gossip Girl

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The true identity of Gossip Girl still makes zero sense. »


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Eugene Hütz’s 10 Favorite Books

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Including Charles Bukowski, Mikhail Bulgakov, Lao Tzu, and more. »


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Kristen Bell Knows How ‘The Good Place’ Ultimately Ends

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The Good Place” returns to NBC tonight, when viewers get to see what happens to the gang after that crazy Season 1 cliffhanger. Though fans heads’ may still be reeling from last year’s big reveal, star Kristen Bell knew it was coming before she even signed a contract. “I learned the entire plot to Season 1, including the twist, and where it would go in Season 2 during the pitch meeting I had with Mike ,” she told TheWrap, affectionately recalling those three hours with the “Parks and Recreation” creator as “the longest meeting I ever had.” (And if you want »


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Jessica Biel on ‘The Sinner’s’ Surprise Success and Season 2 Plans

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USA Network’s “The Sinner,” the small-screen adaptation of Petra Hammesfahr’s novel, has become the surprise hit of the summer. The drama has dominated ratings since its debut, taking the No. 1 slot in Live+7 numbers.

Even executive producer and series star Jessica Biel has been taken aback by just how strong a reception the show has seen. “Generally it never occurred to me that we’d have such great ratings,” Biel admits to Variety.

Biel thinks the show’s combination of high-caliber creative team and unique subject matter is what has led to the success. “It felt like something we’d never seen before,” Biel says. “The characters were an absolute dream for a creative and challenging experiment, and with a woman at the front of it all – and kind of an unlikable woman – it seemed like a good challenge and it seemed like something new.”

The Sinner” was designed to be an eight-episode story that »


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Aflac’s Duck Takes Wing With Disney’s ‘Duck Tales’ in Ad Pact

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“Duck Tales” fans should prepare to welcome another famous fowl to the cartoon clan of quackers who star in Disney’s revered animated series – for about 30 seconds, that is.

The Aflac Duck, that vociferous champion of insurance, will make an appearance in a commercial with Donald Duck and his nephews, Huey, Dewey and Louie as well as the other mallards, ganders and geese that populate the animated adventure program. Disney recently revived the series, which previously enjoyed a heyday as a syndicated offering for kids between 1987 and 1990, on its Disney Xd cable outlet. The commercial, which will also be distributed via social media and in video on demand, will never appear within the show itself, said Jerry Daniello, senior vice president of integrated marketing at Disney ABC Television Group.

The team-up will mark the first time Aflac has aligned its popular duck with TV characters – real or animated, says Gail Galuppo, senior »


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Sean Penn Is Gonna Try Life on Mars for Hulu, Will Probably Come Back With an Award

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Hulu has given a straight-to-series order to The First, created and executive produced by Beau Willimon. »


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‘The Deuce’ gets a quick renewal from HBO, but will David Simon be redeemed on the awards stage?

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The Deuce” has only aired two episodes as of this writing, but it has already been renewed for a second season by HBO. That’s a strong show of confidence from the premium network, especially for David Simon, whose previous work has been revered but not known to draw “Game of Thrones”-level numbers. He also hasn’t […] »


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Joanne Froggatt Has No Memory of Her Date With Ioan Gruffudd in ‘Liar’ Preview (Exclusive Video)

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Joanne Froggatt can’t remember the details of a date gone wrong in a new exclusive clip from the upcoming SundanceTV drama “Liar.” In the clip, a troubled Froggatt (“Downton Abbey”), who plays Laura Nielson on the six-part limited series, visits a friend to tell her that she can’t remember what happened after inviting her date home the previous night. “I don’t know what I did,” she says, on the verge of tears. Froggatt’s character on the show is a bright and dedicated teacher, who agrees to a seemingly innocent date with Andrew Earlham (Ioan Gruffudd, “Titanic”), a renowned surgeon whose son. »


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Lena Waithe on Her Surreal, History-Making Emmys Night With Aziz, Reese, Nicole, Riz, and Donald

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“I’ve gotta stand there acting like they ain’t Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman talking to me.” »


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