AMC has canceled "The Killing" — again.
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AMC has canceled "The Killing" — again.
I remember a little script on the Black List called "The F Word." Shows how much I've been paying attention that I didn't know it was being made, let alone ready to show in Toronto. So it was, so it is and so it's been acquired, by CBS Films.
Last year, I had the great pleasure of attending the European Film Awards -- the continent's answer to the Oscars -- in Malta. As predicted by pretty much everyone, Michael Haneke's "Amour" cleaned up that night -- much as it did almost every Best Foreign Language Film prize on the awards circuit across the pond. This year, it seems a much more competitive field, as indicated by the longlist of 46 films for this year's EFAs.
"Homeland" visits the CIA
Cast members were invited on a private tour of the Central Intelligence Agency on Monday, where they met with CIA Director John Brennan. "We had a lot of questions and they had a lot of questions," says Morena Baccarin. PLUS: Brody's "Homeland" house sells for $394,000, and Claire Danes is BFFs with CBS News' Bob Schieffer.
Simon Cowell: Britney Spears "couldn't talk" on "The X Factor"
"She was fine, but I think she found it very uncomfortable," he tells Ellen.
Jay Leno called Sharon Osbourne after she revealed their fling
"As soon as the show was finished he called me," Osbourne said on today's "Talk." "He said, ‘Isn't it amazing that…we were both single and we both found our love of our lives and we both got the longest marriages in Hollywood?'"
Harvard doctor calls "Breaking Bad" TV's best medical drama
Harvard Medical School's Haider Javed Warraich says: "While most medical shows—much like the health system at large—focus on acute presentations, hospitalizations, and procedures, 'Breaking Bad' follows its patients far beyond the walls of the hospital." PLUS: Why Jesse Pinkman must die,
Justin Bieber's sidekicks may get an MTV reality show
Bieber will likely appear on a reality show starring Lil Twist.
Arsenio Hall's comeback was actually a little sad
If Arsenio is going to keeping on looking backwards, then his show won't attract newer viewers.
"Couple's Therapy" star gets divorced
Psychotherapist Jenn Berman has ended her marriage of 12 years.
Bethenny Frankel's talk show has a disappointing nationwide debut
"Bethenny's" premiere was in line with "Jeff Probst" and "Ricki Lake," two shows that are no longer around.
"Mr. Show" guys hit Reddit
Read Bob Odenkirk, David Cross and Brian Posehn's answers in an Ask Us Anything chat.
Check out "Doctor Who's" 50th anniversary poster
Featuring Matt Smith and David Tennant.
"Scandal's" Dan Bucatinsky teams with Shonda Rhimes on a new show
They'll collaborate on an ABC show based on his parenting book.
Are Southern reality shows over?
Fox News reports that Hollywood is looking for the next big thing after the Southern reality show market got too saturated.
E! orders "Society X With Laura Ling"
Lisa Ling's sister will explore the world of modern unconventional drugs, such as bath salts.
Lucy Hale and her "Revolution" boyfriend break up
The "Pretty Little Liars" star had been dating Graham Rogers since early this summer.
"Sons of Anarchy" is "100% sad this year"
"This is the second to last season," says Kim Coates, "it's all guns-a-blazin', no pun intended. Get ready, because there's no pulled punches. It is flat-out, 100 percent sad this year." PLUS: "Sons" is as bleak and grim as ever in Season 6.
HBO teases "Treme"
Watch a preview of Season 4.
See Tyra Banks in whiteface
The "Top Model" star posed as her fellow supermodels, including Kate Upton.
"American Masters: Billie Jean King" will leave you with a big smile on your face
Airing tonight, the tennis legend reveals in her documentary to have "a true gift for gab and personal inquiry."
Mario Lopez welcomes his 2nd child
"It's a boy!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please welcome Dominic Lopez to the world," Lopez tweeted on Monday.
When Terrence Howard walked up, he was already crying.
TORONTO - Things are going well for Daniel Radcliffe.
It isn't easy transitioning from playing one of the most iconic figures in recent literary and cinematic history for over half your life to seemingly less magical roles. Or, perhaps that should be edited to note the transition is about an industry and not the actor himself. Because, as you'll learn, even Radcliffe has had to fight for roles in independent films you'd assume would kill to have someone with his notoriety on board. 2013, however, has seen the fruits of his labors. In January, he received strong reviews for his portrayal of Allen Ginsberg in the period drama "Kill Your Darlings." Sony Classics acquired the picture and it screened at the Venice Film Festival last week. It plays the Toronto International Film Festival this evening.
Michelle Monaghan joins Ryan Murphy HBO sexuality drama "Open"
Monaghan, who will also be on HBO's "True Detective," will co-star in Murphy's pilot about human sexuality.
CBS will repeat last night's "Under the Dome" after it fell to a season low
Last night's episode will be shown on Saturday.
Roger Ebert statue in the works
Ebert's hometown, Champaign in Illinois, is raising $125,000 to build a life-size statue of the film critic.
CW to air Canadian sperm donor comedy "Seed"
It'll be the first comedy on CW in a long time.
Showtime making a basketball drama with Phil Jackson and L.A. Lakers execs
"White Men Can't Jump" and "Bull Durham" director Ron Shelton will lead the project, which goes behind the scenes of a professional team. He'll be joined by former Lakers coach Jackson, executive Jeanie Buss, Kurt Rambis and his wife Linda, a Lakers executive.
Jimmy Kimmel's twerking prank fooled Jimmy Fallon
Fallon, Kimmel's future late-night rival, played the twerking girl on fire clip on Friday's show. PLUS: Kimmel shot the video in 3 takes after he challenged his writers to come up with a viral idea.
"NCIS" boss pens letter to fans expressing shock over Cote de Pablo's exit
"That was quite a summer," writes exec producer Gary Glassberg. "I had planned on picnics, barbecues and weekend staycations. I did not plan on the departure of Ziva David.
"The X Files" premiered 20 years ago today
Despite airing on Friday nights, Agents Scully and Mulder became a hit. It was the longest-running sci-fi series to air on American network TV. PLUS: An appreciation of "The X Files, Where are "X Files" stars now?, "X Files" paved the way for "Breaking Bad" and "Buffy," here are the 20 best guest stars, 65 tidbits about "The X Files" mythology, and the 9 best episodes.
Diehard Arsenio Hall fan Paul Scheer reviews last night's premiere
"The League" star writers: "We went for 60 minutes with nary a 'WUFF! WUFF!' And that’s not cool with me. That's like going to a Robin Thicke concert and not hearing 'Blurred Lines.' But I'll let Arsenio slide because, aside from that, he did everything you wanted. He did the hits. He didn't re-invent himself, he just dusted himself off and went back to work."
Demi Lovato, 21, writing her memoir
"The X Factor" star has signed a multi-book deal.
Watch the 1st "American Horror Story" teaser featuring the new cast
Jessica Lange, Angela Basset and Kathy Bates, together.
TLC renews "Who Do You Think You Are?"
The Lisa Kudrow-produced show that NBC canceled after three seasons will see a 2nd season on TLC. PLUS: "Big Bang's" Jim Parsons is featured in tonight's season finale.
Kanye West makes a surprise appearance on Jimmy Fallon
West used his first "Late Night" appearance to diss Kim Kardashian's ex Ray J.
Ron Moore's "Outlander" adds a "Game of Thrones" alum
Duncan Lacroix is joining the Syfy drama series.
Watch the trailer for HBO's "Hello Ladies"
Ricky Gervais' tall sidekick Stephen Merchant stars in this HBO comedy.
Sundance Channel to air French zombie series "The Returned" for Halloween
Watch the trailer for "The Returned," which has already aired in Britain.
Yet again, "American Horror Story" is rolling out evocative, creepy teasers to get us excited about the latest season ("Coven" premieres Wednesday, October 9 at 10:00 p.m. ET on FX). This time around, we get to see a few of the stars -- including grande dames Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett. I could tell you the rest, but I wouldn't want to spoil it.
Matthew McConaughey bursts into crowded Best Actor field with career-best 'Dallas Buyers Club' portrayal
I honestly can't wait to talk to Matthew McConaughey again this year. We sat down at Sundance to discuss Jeff Nichols' "Mud" in some detail, but I'm ready to really dig in on what has driven the actor to such a profound turnaround in his career. It's been covered in fits and starts and superficial flourishes by the media, but I'm ready to get serious. It's fascinating to me.
We've been keyed into the "McConaissance," as it were, for quite some time. Over a year ago we were pondering 2012 as a watershed year for the actor, noting the kinds of talent he was working with: Nichols on "Mud" (which premiered at Cannes in 2012), William Friedkin on "Killer Joe," Steve Soderbergh on "Magic Mike," Lee Daniels on "The Paperboy," Richard Linklater on "Bernie," etc. When you're trying to turn your career around, the first thing you do is sign up to work with a different breed of filmmaker.
This year, "Mud" has finally arrived and become one of the most critically acclaimed films of the year. McConaughey has landed the lead role in Christopher Nolan's next big blockbuster, "Interstellar." Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" is still to come, the trailer for HBO's "True Detective" promises an intriguing transition to television for the actor and, oh, that Oscar buzz we were expecting to accompany his performance in Jean-Marc Vallée's "Dallas Buyers Club?" It's here.
Kanye West made an unannounced stop at “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” last night where he performed "Yeezus" track “Bound 2” with Charlie Wilson and house band, The Roots.
West had been in New York for fashion week and while the performance was a surprise, word leaked out later in the day before the show aired.
West’s “Yeezus” tour, featuring Kendrick Lamar, starts Oct. 19 in Seattle. It is his first solo tour since 2008’s “Glow In The Dark.”