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Toronto Film Review: ‘Human Traces’

Isolation is anything but splendid in “Human Traces,” a slow burn Kiwi psychological thriller about married scientists whose lives are upended when a handsome newcomer arrives at their sub-Antarctic research station. From a slightly stuttering start, the film recovers nicely with “Rashomon”-style flashbacks that craftily manipulate audience assumptions, expectations and sympathies. First-time feature writer-director Nic […]

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler returns to US for medical care

Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler says he has returned to the United States for medical care and the band is canceling the last four shows of its tour in South America. Tyler said on social media Tuesday that he flew back to the U.S. on Monday night after a show in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

See Jimmy Kimmel Thank McCain, Collins for Graham-Cassidy Defeat

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

Jimmy Kimmel on demise of Graham-Cassidy health bill: 'We're paying attention now'

Jimmy Kimmel says he’s “grateful” that Republican senators won’t be moving forward with the Graham-Cassidy bill, their last-ditch effort to repeal and replace Obamacare. And now he has some advice on how they should get back to work.
During his Tuesday monologue, Kimmel — who became an unlikely advocate for sensible, accessible health coverage after publicly discussing his newborn son’s struggle with a congenital heart disease — first took a few jabs at President Trump, a longtime opponent of Obamacare. “I bet the walls of the Oval Office are filled with dozens of tiny little fist holes today,” he said.

Law & Order True Crime showrunner reveals what case could be a future season

When Law & Order god-king Dick Wolf and René Balcer (a longtime executive producer in the franchise) started planning a new anthology series focused on real-life criminality, it didn’t take long to find the source material. “We didn’t want to reach too far back in the past for a case,” says Balcer. “The ’90s. One was the O.J. case, and the other one was the Menendez case. O.J. spoke to race and racial politics in Los Angeles. The Menendez case spoke to the privilege, the go-go ’80s and early ’90s, and a sense of entitlement.”
As Balcer straightforwardly admits, the O.J. Simpson trial had already provided considerable fodder for a certain Emmy-winning, buzz-generating TV superproducer. “Obviously, Ryan Murphy did the O.J. case,” Balcer says, referring to Murphy’s The People v. O.J. Simpson, itself the first iteration of FX’s American Crime Story brand. “Naturally, we would do the Menendez Case.”
Hence, Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders, which focuses on the trials of Erik and Lyle Menendez. Balcer serves as showrunner for the eight-episode series.

AHS: Cult: Billy Eichner on playing evil, watching Evan Peters masturbate

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from the latest episode of American Horror Story: Cult. Read at your own risk!
One of the most surprising twists on American Horror Story: Cult this year is Billy Eichner delivering a serious, occasionally disturbing performance. While his bee-keeper (and cult member) character Harrison definitely has his share of comedic moments, Eichner does get to do some seriously dark stuff as evidenced in the most recent episode. “Ryan Murphy gave me this amazing opportunity — I’ve always wanted to be a dramatic actor,” says Eichner. EW talked to Eichner about this pivotal episode and this week’s announcement that Billy on the Street wouldn’t be returning to tTruTV.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How did this all come about?BILLY EICHNER: I did not audition. Ryan offered me the part. I met him a few years ago at one of those pre-Emmy parties.

Seth Meyers creates Late Night version of Curb with Larry David

Larry David makes a pretty, pretty, pretty bad Late Night writer.
In a sketch from Tuesday’s show, the Curb Your Enthusiasm creator and star’s search for a new job brings him into Seth Meyers’ writers’ room, where things got off to a rocky start when the host attempted to explain how the gatherings go.
“I think I know how a pitch meetings works,” David sarcastically laughed. “You know, I’ve worked on television shows before.”
What proceeded was peak-David, who proved to have issues with learning people’s names, vertical chairs, his new co-workers’ ideas, and the timing of his boss’ daily tea. The final straw was Meyers’ reaction to David’s pitch of a segment predictably called “I Don’t Want to Do That,” which led to a Curb-style face-off between the duo.
Curb Your Enthusiasm makes its long-awaited return Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on HBO. Late Night airs weeknights on NBC at 12:35 a.m. ET.
Watch the full clip above.

Bob Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone' Handwritten, Signed Lyrics Up for Auction

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

ABC's 'World News' breaks a 21-year streak

ABC's "World News Tonight" with David Muir has dethroned NBC and finished the television season as the year's most-watched evening newscast for the first time in 21 years, since the late Peter Jennings was anchor. While network evening newscasts have diminished in influence over the years and morning shows make more money, they still collectively reach 23 million viewers each weeknight and are considered the flagship broadcasts of news divisions.

'Game of Thrones' Star Aidan Gillen Joins Queen Biopic Cast

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

Kyrie Irving: Flat-Earth Belief Was a 'Social Experiment'

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

Daily Glixel: Details on the Ataribox Are Here

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

The Political Travesty of Puerto Rico

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

Inside Brooklyn Rapper Young M.A's Budding Empire

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

'Waco' Trailer: Taylor Kitsch Transforms for Role as Cult Leader David Koresh

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

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