If you want to know about independent movies, look no further than Geoff Gilmore, the chief creative officer of the Tribeca Film Festival. This year’s festival, now in full swing, is Gilmore’s fourth.
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The Monday, April 15 premiere of “Defiance” was the highest rated for Syfy since the 2009 premiere of “Warehouse 13,” so if you missed it, you can check it out here on XFINITY before the second episode debuts on Monday, April 22.
Janelle Arthur charmed “American Idol” audiences with her down-home country flair, but that wasn’t enough to get the singer saved by the judges on Thursday’s elimination show. It was the… More
The mid-Season 5 finale of “Breaking Bad,” ended with an a-ha moment for Walter White’s (Bryan Cranston) brother-in-law Hank Schrader (Dean Norris), who while sitting on the can at Walt’s… More
When “Breaking Bad” returns this summer and airs the final eight episodes of the series, it may not be the last we see of at least one of these characters…. More
If you love action-packed soapy sci-fi sagas and all-around bad-assery, then welcome to “Defiance.” “Defiance” is a new frontier both on-screen and off — it’s a television show weaved together… More
The newly eliminated “American Idol” contestant told reporters Friday that he is in talks with the legendary performer for a collaboration on the “Idol” finale in a few weeks.
“Defiance” is a first: It is both a TV series and a videogame set in the same world with characters moving between the two. The game launched on Tuesday, April… More
When Burnell Taylor auditioned for “American Idol,” he was 40 pounds heavier and still an amateur. Now, after his shocking elimination, he talked to reporters about how he’s a changed… More
Only one man will survive on Sunday night’s “Vikings,” when a still recovering Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) challenges the Earl (Gabriel Bryne) to a duel-to-the-death sword fight as is the Norse… More