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Aishwarya Rai On Return To Film With ‘Jazbaa’ Helmer Sanjay Gupta – Video

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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is returning to the big screen after a five-year hiatus with Jazbaa, a Sanjay Gupta-directed action drama about an attorney forced to defend an unsavory criminal after her daughter is kidnapped. Irrfan Khan (Jurassic World, The Lunchbox) co-stars as a suspended cop. Rai Bachchan and Gupta were in Cannes this past week to screen a promo reel for international distributors. I sat down with each of them to discuss Jazbaa and the current state of Bollywo… Read

‘Golan The Insatiable’ Trailer: Kneel Before Fox’s New Toon Series

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A year after Fox scrapped its ADHD Saturday animation block, one of the programs culled from that toon incubator is making its way to primetime. Here’s the first trailer for Golan The Incubator, which launches May 31 with a new voice cast led by Aubrey Plaza and Rob Riggle. It follows Dylan (Plaza), a 9-year-old small-town oddball who is picked on and harassed — until one day she stumbles upon Golan (Riggle), a mighty “godlord” from another dimension. All Dylan wants is… Read

‘Texas Rising’ Review: History Shouldn’t Have Messed With The Lone Star State

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With a Memorial Day debut on History Channel, Texas Rising has ambitious aims. But sad to say, the 10-hour multi-week miniseries just doesn't hit the target. Brought to the small screen by some of the team behind the blockbuster The Hatfields And McCoys series, the Roland Joffe-directed tale of Lone Star warfare and revolution ends up, as my video review above says, being shrill instead of strong. Not that Texas Rising lacks a Texas-sized cast as it picks up this piece of… Read

‘Halt And Catch Fire’ Season 2 Sneak Peek: The Internet Is Coming

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EXCLUSIVE: Here a first look at the new TV spot for Season 2 of AMC’s ’80s computer drama Halt And Catch Fire. The show’s sophomore year picks up in 1985 as the startup company run by Cameron (Mackenzie Davis) and Donna (Kerry Bishé) wrestles with a wild new concept that will come to be known as the Internet. Meanwhile, Joe (Lee Pace), Gordon (Scoot McNairy) and Bosworth (Toby Huss) get caught up in their own "online" wave as they remake the tech landscape all around… Read

‘Serial Thriller’ Trailer: ID’s First Original Scripted Drama Tracks A Sadistic Killer

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EXCLUSIVE: True-crime channel Investigation Discovery is getting into the original scripted drama business with Serial Thriller: Angel Of Decay, and here’s a first look at the three-night miniseries premiering in June. Seems a “magnetic, charming” guy is dispatching lovely young women in the Pacific Northwest in the 1970s. The terrorized community looks to a pair of local police investigators to examine some gory crime scenes and figure out who is behind the bloodshed… Read

Bart Simpson Hits The Croisette — Vocally, That Is: Cannes Video

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Days after Harry Shearer announced he wasn’t returning to Fox’s The Simpsons for a 27th season, Nancy Cartwright and all her voices, including Bart Simpson, showed up at Deadline’s Cannes Film Festival studio at Nikki Beach’s Le Petit Bar at the Carlton Hotel. We asked her about Shearer’s sudden exit, to which she responded, “The only one who knows about it is Maggie and she’s not talkin!” It was Cartwright’s first visit to Cannes, but it wasn’t Bart’s first visit to… Read

Paradigm Signs Swedish Helmers Off Hot Short ‘Reset’

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Paradigm emerged from a competitive situation by signing Markus Kryler & Fredrik Akerstrom, the Swedish writer-director team that made a splash on these shores with a short called Reset (watch it above). That short, unveiled here at Cannes, has studios and producers buzzing about its trippy story line and compelling visuals. These well-executed short films have become the best possible calling card for new talent to crack Hollywood. Jon Kanak is their manager. The duo… Read

Harvey Keitel & Paolo Sorrentino Look Back On ‘Youth’ – Cannes Video

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“This is my idea of what older people dwell on later in life,” Italian director Paolo Sorrentino told Deadline today about his latest film Youtha title much like his Oscar-winning The Great Beauty that centers around accomplished men’s reflection on ‘what could have been’, but against a colorful, absurdist environment. Sorrentino says that the movies couldn’t be more different; that Great Beauty’s nightlife-dwelling Jep is moons away from Michael Caine’s contemplative… Read

David Letterman Signs Off: His Final Words — Video

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UPDATED with video: David Letterman closed out his final night hosting CBSLate Show with a very long talk: “The last six weeks it's been crazy. People have been saying lovely things about us, and it's really been over the top. And I can't tell you how flattering, embarrassing and gratifying it has all been. I have two things to say about all this: We have done over 6,000 shows and I was here for most of them and I can tell you a pretty high percentage of those shows… Read

David Letterman’s Final Top 10 List — Video

David Letterman ends his final broadcast of the Late Show with David Letterman, Wednesday May 20, 2015 on the CBS Television Network. After 33 years in late night television, 6,028 broadcasts, nearly 20,000 total guest appearances, 16 Emmy Awards and more than 4,600 career Top Ten Lists, David Letterman says goodbye to late night television audiences. The show was taped Wednesday at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York.  Photo: Jeffrey R. Staab/CBS �©2015 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved

UPDATED with video: Here is David Letterman’s final Top 10 list and the folks who read them: Top 10 Things I've Always Wanted to Say to Dave 10. Alec Baldwin: “Of all the talk shows, yours is the most geographically convenient to my home.” 9. Barbara Walters: “Did you know you wear the same cologne as Muammar Gaddafi? 8. Steve Martin: “Your extensive plastic surgey was necessary and a mistake.” 7. Jerry Seinfeld: “I have no idea what I’ll do when you go off the air. You… Read

David Letterman Gives His Final Opening Monologue — Video

David Letterman hosts his final broadcast of the Late Show with David Letterman, Wednesday May 20, 2015 on the CBS Television Network. After 33 years in late night television, 6,028 broadcasts, nearly 20,000 total guest appearances, 16 Emmy Awards and more than 4,600 career Top Ten Lists, David Letterman says goodbye to late night television audiences. The show was taped Wednesday at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York.  Photo: John Paul Filo/CBS ©2015CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved

UPDATED with video: David Letterman took the stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater tonight to deliver his final monologue after 33 years as a late-night TV host: “I’ll be honest with you; it’s beginning to look like I’m not going to get The Tonight Show. I’ll tell you something else … I know people are well meaning, but I’m sick and tired of ‘What are you gonna do now that you’re retired?’ You want to know what I’m going to do now that I’m retired? By God, I hope to become the… Read

‘Louder Than Bombs’ Gabriel Byrne On Why Indies Are Better Than Big Budget Films – Video

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Norwegian director Joachim Trier has been to Cannes before, with his hit Oslo, August 31st, but he returns this year as part of the Official Selection for the first time. Louder Than Bombs is also his English-language debut, and it stars Gabriel Byrne, Isabelle Huppert, Jesse Eisenberg and Devin Druid. The story follows the men of the family coming to terms with the death of Huppert's character, a war photographer. Trier and Byrne stopped by Deadline's Cannes studio at… Read