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Memento Unveils International Trailer of Asghar Farhadi’s ‘The Salesman’ (EXCLUSIVE)

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Paris-based Memento Films International is unveiling the international trailer of Iranian auteur Asghar Farhadi’s double Cannes prize-winning “The Salesman.” Rolling off its world premiere in competition in Cannes, where it won best actor (for Shahab Hosseini) and director, “The Salesman” has been lauded by critics and has sold nearly worldwide. While in Cannes, Memento sold… Read more »

Photos: First Look at Woody Allen’s Amazon Series ‘Crisis In Six Scenes’

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The first photos from Woody Allen’s hotly anticipated Amazon series have arrived. On Tuesday, seven images from Allen’s “Crisis in Six Scenes” were released, giving a glimpse at Miley Cyrus’ hippie character and more. “Crisis in Six Scenes” is set in the 1960’s during the turbulent times in the United States, and follows a middle class suburban… Read more »

LAPD Investigating Chris Brown’s Home After Woman Claims He Pulled Gun on Her

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UPDATED: The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating an incident at the home of R&B singer Chris Brown, LAPD public information officer Tony Im confirmed to Variety. The LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division is currently at Brown’s Tarzana residence after a call came in early Tuesday morning from a woman requesting help near the location. According to TMZ,… Read more »

Linda Ronstadt Sells a Piece of Tucson History (EXCLUSIVE)

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The always informative Bizzy Boys at Celebrity Address Aerial sent word that Linda Ronstadt has sold her long-time home in the historic Colonia Solana neighborhood in central Tucson, Ariz., for exactly $1 million. The sale price is nowhere near the rose-tinted $1.6 million original asking price but is substantially above the $467,000 the sublimely talented 11-time… Read more »

FX Programming Chiefs Talk Auteur Comedy, More Animation and ‘The Americans’ Emmy Chances

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On Sept. 8, FX will roll out two new comedies: “Better Things,” starring and created by Pamela Adlon, and “Atlanta,” from Donald Glover. Both are already getting tremendous advance buzz — and both reflect an expanded push from the cabler, long known as the home of premium drama, into half-hour. “It’s good to be balanced as… Read more »

Comedy’s Comeback: Networks Push Boundaries with Bold New Half-Hours

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To students of television comedy, “Community” star Joel McHale is making a big transition this year. The leading man of the most unconventional, unrelentingly meta sitcom ever to air on broadcast is moving to CBS for a multi-camera show, “The Great Indoors,” which pokes fun at the pop culture punchline of the moment: those wacky… Read more »

Warren Beatty’s Howard Hughes Movie ‘Rules Don’t Apply’ to Open AFI Fest

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The American Film Institute has set the world premiere of Warren Beatty’s Howard Hughes dramedy “Rules Don’t Apply” as AFI Fest’s opening night film on Nov. 10 at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Beatty produced and directed from his own script and stars in the film for New Regency and Fox, which is releasing “Rules Don’t… Read more »