Madonna Hacker Indicted in Israel

February 27, 2015 in entertainment, hollywood reporter, Home, International, Madonna, Music, Tech, THR Online, USA by David Caspi


Adi Lederman is charged with computer trespassing, prohibited secret monitoring, copyright Infringement and obstructing investigation.

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‘Escobar: Paradise Lost’: Telluride Review

August 31, 2014 in Benicio Del Toro, entertainment, hollywood reporter, International, Josh Hutcherson, Movie Reviews, Movies, THR Online, USA by Todd McCarthy


Italian actor Andrea Di Stefano's directorial debut is a melodrama about notorious Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar

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‘Goodnight Mommy’ (‘Ich Seh Ich Seh’): Venice Review

August 31, 2014 in Austria, David Cronenberg, entertainment, hollywood reporter, Home, International, Michael Haneke, Movie Reviews, Movies, THR Online, Toronto International Film Festival, USA, Venice International Film Festival by David Rooney


Convinced their mother is an impostor, twin brothers take charge in this unsettling serving of auteur horror from Austria

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‘How to Train Your Dragon 2′ Hits $500 Million After Opening in China

August 15, 2014 in China, entertainment, hollywood reporter, How to Train Your Dragon 2, International, Movies, Rio 2, The LEGO Movie, THR Online, USA by Gregg Kilday


The DreamWorks Animation film has passed 'Rio 2' and 'The Lego Movie' at the worldwide box office

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Paul Candland Promoted to President of Walt Disney Company Asia

July 29, 2014 in Asia, business, entertainment, hollywood reporter, International, Movies, Tech, Television, THR Online, USA by Gregg Kilday


Stanley Cheung has been promoted to chairman of TWDC Greater China and Luke Kang is elevated to managing director of TWDC Greater China.

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Canadian Actors, Advertisers Reach Tentative Deal

July 28, 2014 in AFTRA, Canada, entertainment, hollywood reporter, International, SAG, SAG-AFTRA, Television, THR Online by Etan Vlessing


The new three-year agreement comes as Hollywood North aims at labor peace to keep U.S. producers from crossing the border for cost savings.

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Audrey Tautou on Reality Behind Michel Gondry’s Surreal ‘Mood Indigo’

July 19, 2014 in Audrey Tautou, entertainment, hollywood reporter, Indie Film, International, Michel Gondry, Movies, THR Online, USA by Hilary Lewis


The actress explains that many of the film’s imaginative creations were made on set and calls working with the director “like being in the middle of a storm of ideas.”

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Paul Anka Cancels Tel Aviv Concert Amid Hostilities (Exclusive)

July 19, 2014 in entertainment, hollywood reporter, International, Music, Paul Anka, THR Online by David Caspi


The singer hopes to reschedule the date for the near future, with his rep saying "he will be there with the latest version of his fantastic performance."

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New Canadian Work Permit Rules Threaten Hollywood Shoots

July 18, 2014 in Canada, entertainment, hollywood reporter, International, Movies, THR Online by Etan Vlessing


A policy overhaul aimed at temporary foreign workers slaps fees and delays on foreign talent at work on movies and TV shows like "Arrow" and "Supernatural."

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Europe, Latin America Look for Box-Office Rebound After World Cup (Analysis)

July 18, 2014 in Box Office, business, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, entertainment, Europe, hollywood reporter, Home, International, Movies, South America, THR Online, Transformers: Age of Extinction, USA, World Cup by Scott Roxborough


"Transformers 4" has boosted attendance after revenue drops of 50 percent and more in recent weeks, with "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" hitting key foreign markets this weekend.

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