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Mike Nichols, whose career spanned six decades and multiple mediums, died in his home in Manhattan yesterday at the age of 83. The American stage and film icon, and Tony and Oscar winner, is being mourned and praised today on social media.

'Rico Suave' hitmaker Gerardo Mejía to star in reality TV series Promoted

Reality TV is about to get more picante thanks to Suave Says, a new VH1 show featuring the Hispanic musician Gerardo Mejía, better known as the man behind the hit 1990s song 'Rico Suave.'

Video: 'Space Dandy' special edition release trailer

"Space Dandy" fans get to enjoy the home video release of the first season, this February, in either the "Boobies Experience" or the "Aloha 'Oe' special edition.

Paul Greengrass to direct adaptation of George Orwell’s ‘1984’

‘The Bourne Ultimatum’s Paul Greengrass will direct an adaptation of George Orwell’s dystopian classic, ‘1984,’ which some may say parallels are own authoritarian future.

Video: 'Death Note The Musical' open rehearsal

An official rehearsal video was streamed for "Death Note The Musical," a stage adaptation of the original manga, set to open April 2015.

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: Director Steven Quale on 'Into The Storm' Special

The filmmaker behind the action-packed disaster thriller explains what makes 'Into The Storm' different from other tornado flicks, how he accomplished the film's dazzling special effects and why we are thrilled by movies about natural catastrophes.

'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1' will devour box office

The box office now belongs to "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1" as it comes in with plenty of hype and expectations.

Second City joins forces with Toronto Symphony in upcoming show Special

Two of Toronto's most iconic, enduring cultural institutions are teaming up in a new musical comedy show at the end of the month, and audience members at the Second City Mainstage received a preview of several of its sketches last night.

Venus Williams takes a swing at interior design

Although known for her tennis prowess, the Olympic gold medal winner Venus Williams is making a splash in the interior design field, as well.

Video: 'Blood Blockade Battlefront' announcement trailer

New York City grit and the supernatural collide in the ongoing manga "Blood Blockade Battlefront," which gets adapted into an anime next year.

Op-Ed: Good looking Pacquiao foe Chris Algieri could end up in Hollywood

Win or lose, WBO light welterweight champ Chris Algieri could end up in Hollywood soon after sharing the spotlight with Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao on Saturday, Nov. 22 (Sunday in Macau) at the Cotai Arena of the Venetian Resort & Casino.

Vancouver props man selling hundreds of props from 2,000 movies

Paul Pincott and his company, Can Am Importique, have supplied the props for movies and TV shows, over 2,000 of them in fact, for decades. But not no more, Pincott is closing his business down and selling hundreds and hundreds of movie props.

‘Cinderella’ preview is a bit of a tell-all (video)

Disney releases the trailer to its live-action retelling of the classic fairy tale, ‘Cinderella,’ which doesn’t leave much to the imagination.

Ken Marino & Casey Wilson commit to make you laugh in 'Marry Me' Special

In the charmingly hilarious new NBC hit romantic comedy 'Marry Me,' the two veteran actors/writers chat about playing a modern-day couple whose deeply committed relationship turns into a bumpy ride on the way to the altar after the question is popped.

Review: New on DVD for November 18 Special

This week’s releases include three stunning Blu-ray releases from Studio Ghibli; a notable Kiwi horror comedy; a Christmas sendup from Adult Swim; and a striking natural disaster picture.

Katey Sagal's closing words on 'Sons Of Anarchy' — The Final Ride Special

With only three episodes left before the series end of 'Sons Of Anarchy' — the brutal drama about the criminal inner workings of an outlaw motorcycle biker gang — Sagal opens up on the journey's end for her character and the groundbreaking FX series.

Jessie J invites fans to co-create a 'Burnin' Up' music video

Feeling creative and love the music of Ms. "Bang Bang" herself? Here's your chance to remix Jessie J’s new music video for her hit single "Burnin' Up" that will be featured on Jessie J's YouTube channel.

Composer Hans Zimmer speaks out against 'Interstellar' sound critics

Since the release of "Interstellar" in theaters, some viewers have expressed concerns over possible sound-mixing issues during showings of the movie.

Band Aid 30 single raises $1.5 million for Ebola in 5 minutes

It did not take long for the single put out by a group of philanthropic British musicians to begin raising money. Band Aid 30, the 2014 incarnation of the Band Aid supergroup who sang to help a famine crisis in Ethiopia, has already raised $1.5 million.

Video: 'DRAMAtical Murder' Data_xx_Transitory trailer

Fans of the original "DRAMAtical Murder" visual novel can look forward to the un-aired "Data_xx_Transitory" OVA on Christmas Eve.

U2 cancels week-long Jimmy Fallon appearance after Bono hurts arm

U2 is a man down, and an important one, after Bono had a cycling accident and injured his arm. The Irish band made it to New York, Bono had his fall in Central Park, but the group had to cancel an appearance on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.'

'Dumb and Dumber To' deflates 'Big Hero 6' with silliness, laughs

UPDATE: The box office usually stays steady after the dust settles. Every now and then the top numbers change and need attention.

Bill Cosby accused of rape, cancels appearance on David Letterman

Much-beloved comedian Bill Cosby has been accused of rape and has cancelled a visit to "The Late Show with David Letterman" that was to take place Wednesday. Neither he nor his reps have commented on the show cancellation or sexual assault allegations.

Tarantino outlines retirement plan

Movie director Quentin Tarantino has announced that he will "probably" retire once he has directed his tenth movie. The writer-director-actor is currently working on his eighth major project, a western.

Guitar owned by Beatles legend John Lennon going up for auction

A Gretsch 6120 guitar owned by Beatles legend John Lennon is expected to raise $600,000 (£400,000) at auction at Le Meridien Hotel in London.

'Miss Tibet — Beauty In Action' to screen at DOC NYC 2014

Take a look at the Miss Tibet pageant, an unseen side of Tibetan culture, in Norah Shapiro's documentary film "Miss Tibet: Beauty in Exile."

'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare' sets viewer record on Twitch

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is a fun game to play, no question - the new game already has legions of users - but turns out it is something people love to watch, too. In one week alone users spent 5.4 million hours watching others play COD on Twitch.

'Anatomy of a Snow Day' to premiere at DOC NYC 2014

Twlve-year-old Zachary Maxwell questions New York City's government on keeping schools open during a snowstorm in his short film "Anatomy of a Snow Day."

'Brahmin Bulls' gets limited theatrical release today

After screenings on the international film festival circuit, director Mahesh Pailoor's "Brahmin Bulls," gets its limited theatrical release today.

Dean Cain admits yes, he was the first guy with Brooke Shields

This might not fall under the category of important but for those interested in the life of celebs here it is: the former Superman, Dean Cain, told Fox Thursday that yeah, Brooke Shields told the truth in her new book when she said he was her first.

Review: ‘Wolves’ sniffs out the details Special

‘Wolves’ is a coming-of-age story about an uninformed werewolf accepting his true nature, meticulously constructed by a first-time director.

Review: ‘Rosewater’ is a well of inspiration and inexperience Special

‘The Daily Show’ host Jon Stewart’s feature directorial debut, ‘Rosewater,’ is an imperfect but stirring story of a journalist’s unjust detention in Iran.

Justin Bieber in legal tiff as judge in Argentina issues summons

An investigative judge in Buenos Aires, Argentina has issued a summons for Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber. Bieber, who toured Argentina in 2013, is being sought over allegations made against him by a photographer.

Replacing Jian Ghomeshi: CBC says search for new Q host to start

The CBC said today that they are actively searching for someone to replace former-host Jian Ghomeshi, fired in October, on the Q radio program. They may also change the name of the popular show.

Video: 'Steins;Gate' IBM Meeting short

Check out the final part of the "Steins;Gate" short series, in collaboration with IBM, which shows how computers will improve life later on in the future.

'Gone Girl' takes top prize at Hollywood Film Awards

"Gone Girl" won the top prize from the Hollywood Film Awards but "The Imitation Game" was the big winner. "The Imitation Game" took home actor, supporting actress and director but "Gone Girl" won film.

Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett to sing together at famed Tanglewood

Lady Gaga will perform with the legendary Tony Bennett, with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at the BSO's summer home of Tanglewood in Lenox, Mass., near Boston, this summer. The two have recorded and performed together previously.

'Dumb and Dumber To' aims for laughs but holdovers in the way

It is the box office calm before the storm as the world awaits "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1" next week. But, one must first get through this weekend as it looks for laughs and hoping for holdover success.

Op-Ed: Celebrity seeker Kim Kardashian exposes big buttocks on cover

Celebrity and reality TV star Kim Kardashian has posed on the cover of Paper Magazine, showing the world her (oiled, for some reason) derriere and other explicit body parts.

U2 singer Bono has harrowing flight as door detaches from plane

The singer for the Irish band U2 is lucky that things ended well after a door in the rear compartment of the private jet he was riding across Europe in fell off. He lost his luggage in the mishap but is happy that is all he lost.

Sesame Street turns 1,2,3...45 years-old after 4,300 shows

Don't look now but Sesame Street turned 45 on Monday and is still going...or rather singing, dancing, counting and grumping strong. The show's producers say it is now reaching about 150 countries worldwide. Did it reach your childhood?
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