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Every so often, real world events intervene on the bubble that is Hollywood. For Gideon Raff, the Los Angeles-based Israeli writer and producer behind Homeland, Tyrant and the new archeology-based miniseries Dig, events in Gaza and on Israel's West
Mr Adolf posted an image of his American Express Black Card on Instagram with the caption 'shopping time!' last month. The average cardholder has $16million in assets and an annual household income of $1.3million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
X-Files creator Chris Carter is back with the strange, post-apocalyptic Amazon series The After. Inspired (loosely) by Dante's Divine Comedy, Carter boasted that he would like to make 99 episodes, similar to the 99 cantos in the book...After
Alford is a personal concierge, sometimes known as a lifestyle manager, and her job is to balance her employer's work-life demands by dealing with the drudgery. She takes care of busy people's personal business: sewing on buttons, buying school books,
Jason Katims seems to be planning something big for the sixth and final season of "Parenthood." Based on his statements at the 2014 summer TV press tour, he could be planning to kill off a character. "One of the things I wanted to do with the season
Showtime just released the first teaser trailer for season 4. When we last left Carrie (Claire Danes) she was pregnant with Brody's child and appointed Station Chief of the CIA in Istanbul. Showrunner Alex Gansa has said there will be some big
Find out what "really amazing thing" Michelle Williams did for her Dawson's Creek costar Michael Pitt when they both starred on the '90s show. Credit: D Dipasupil/FilmMagic "When I met Michelle Williams, I flew down there and she took me under her
NBC's "The Mysteries of Laura," based on the Spanish TV series "Los Misterios de Laura," is looking to tell the story of more than just the titular character's case-of-the-week mysteries. As the cast and crew told reporters at the 2014 summer TV
It didn't end up there, though, and the people behind it say it might be better for it. The show, a drama about the fallout from a racially charged murder case in Philadelphia, premieres on WE Wednesday (July 16). Both writer Richard LaGravenese ("
I think there's something to be said when you're doing a play about the life that the people in the room are really living," Tolins says. "I can't wait to see what happens...Urie, best known for his role on "Ugly Betty" as the loyal assistant to Mode