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BuzzFeed Names Andrew Gauthier Head of Video Division (Exclusive)

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BuzzFeed has appointed Andrew Gauthier to executive producer of BuzzFeed Video, overseeing all shortform and episodic video content for the fast-growing Internet media company. In his new role, Gauthier, who is based in Los Angeles, will oversee a team of 40 producers. His promotion is part of a reorg coming after BuzzFeed announced the formation last month… Read more »

‘Fashion Police’ to Continue Without Joan Rivers

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E! has come to a decision on the fate of “Fashion Police,” saying that the fashion-focused talk show will continue despite the passing of co-host Joan Rivers. “We are deeply saddened by the loss of Joan Rivers and, for the last two weeks, have turned our attention to honoring her memory on all of our… Read more »

Variety Screening Series Kicks Off With ‘The Boxtrolls’

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On Thursday night, the Variety Screening Series kicked off in Hollywood with “The Boxtrolls,” the latest offering from stop-motion animation company Laika. For the Portland, Ore. based animation studio, which also produced “Coraline” and “ParaNorman,” the inspiration for the 3D film about underground trolls raising an orphan was the book  “Here Be Monsters!” by Alan… Read more »

Film Review: ‘The Scribbler’

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The growing desire for a credible female superhero movie won’t be satiated by “The Scribbler,” a confused and confusing adaptation of Brit comicbook creator Dan Schaffer’s slender 2006 graphic novel.

Michael Apted Turns to Crowdfunding for ‘Married in America 3′

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Michael Apted is launching a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for the third installment of his “Married in America” series. “Married in America” chronicled the journeys of nine diverse couples wed in 2001 — using a format similar to Apted’s “7 Up” series. A&E aired the first segment in 2002 and Hallmark broadcast the second in… Read more »

Denzel Washington: Not Thinking About Playing Barack Obama

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SAN SEBASTIAN – At Spain’s 62nd San Sebastian to accept a career-achievement Donostia Award and present, alongside Antoine Fuqua, Sony Pictures’ fest opener, “The Equalizer,” Denzel Washington denied any idea of playing President Barack Obama. “Barack Obama is a story that hasn’t finished yet. It’s not something I’m thinking about, and he’s busy. said Washinton,… Read more »

Brian Dennehy on Broadway’s ‘Love Letters': It’s All About ‘Not Getting in the Way’ of the Words

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If it hadn’t been for The New Yorker, A.R. Gurney’s 1988 play might have never made it to the Great White Way. At the show’s Broadway opening on Thursday at the Brooks Atkinson Theater the playwright explained that he submitted the script to the publication in the 1980s for consideration. When he received a rejection… Read more »

Yahoo Sets Free Premiere of Weinstein Co.’s ‘One Chance’ Ahead of Theatrical Bow

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Yahoo will debut Weinstein Co. biopic “One Chance” for free on Sept. 30 on its video-streaming service — a full 10 days before the movie hits theaters Oct. 10, as the studio hopes to generate coin from digital viewers in addition to specialty box office. “One Chance” tells the true story of Paul Potts, an amateur opera singer… Read more »