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Broadway Review: Larry David’s ‘Fish in the Dark’

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In the matter of “Fish In the Dark,” the people have spoken. This outlandish comedy penned by Larry David, who also plays the lead role, opened with a stratospheric advance of $13.5 million and is grossing more than a million a week. Which renders moot whatever the critics might have to say about the show. For… Read more »

‘Star Trek’ Producer Harve Bennett Dies

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Harve Bennett, who produced four “Star Trek” movies and the TV series “Mod Squad,” “The Six Million Dollar Man” and “The Bionic Woman,” died Wednesday in Medford, Ore. He was 84. Bennett’s passing came less than a week after the Feb. 27 death of “Star Trek” star Leonard Nimoy. Bennett, a native of Chicago, broke… Read more »

‘The Big Bang Theory’ Pays Tribute to Leonard Nimoy

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Leonard Nimoy never appeared in person on “The Big Bang Theory” but his name and that of “Star Trek’s” Mr. Spock are often referenced on the CBS comedy about a group of misfit physicists and engineers. As such it is no surprise that the show took the opportunity to pay tribute to the actor, who… Read more »

Indian Film Festival of LA Announces ‘Haraamkhor,’ ‘Dhanak’ To Show During Galas

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The 13th annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles has announced its kick-off and closing films. The world premiere of “Haraamkhor,” written and directed by Shlok Sharma and starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui, will show at the opening gala on April 8. The U.S. premiere of Nagesh Kukunoor ‘s award-winning “Dhanak (Rainbow)” will close the festival on April 12…. Read more »

‘Wild Tales’ Director Boards TriStar Thriller

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“Wild Tales” director Damian Szifron will helm and produce an untitled thriller for TriStar in his English-language debut. Nicole Brown will oversee for TriStar, which has remained active following the promotion of Tom Rothman from head of the label to chairman of Sony Pictures’ motion picture group. Rothman is continuing to oversee the properties he… Read more »

British Newcomer Florence Pugh Cast as Eric McCormack’s Daughter in ‘Studio City’

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Eric McCormack‘s on-screen daughter has been found in British actress Florence Pugh who has been cast as the female lead in “Studio City,” Variety has learned. The Fox dramedy marks Pugh’s American television debut. Pugh — who co-starred in the UK feature “The Falling” alongside “Game Of Thrones’” Maisie Williams — will play Cat, a rising singer/songwriter, living with her singer/songwriter-turned celebrity… Read more »