Jeffrey Tambor Apologized to 'Arrested Development' Cast For the 'Distraction' of His Sexual Harassment Allegations

The actor admits he’s “a little nervous” to be making the press rounds in support of the upcoming fifth season of his popular comedy show.

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Fall TV Diversity: CBS, The CW, Freeform, and Others Step It Up As an Antidote to Trump's America

Just when it feels like the country is taking a step back in inclusiveness and understanding, the networks are improving on representation, both in front of and behind the camera.

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Who Is Mysterio? Decoding Jake Gyllenhaal’s ‘Spider-Man’ Villain

Jake Gyllenhaal is in talks to join the cast of the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” sequel as Mysterio. Here’s a primer on the Spider-Man nemesis.

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Cannes 2018: Where and When You Can See the Festival's Winners, From 'Shoplifters' to 'BlacKkKlansman'

This year’s festival may have come to an end, but some of its biggest winners are still bound for a screen near you. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s to come.

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David Lynch Doesn't Enjoy Your Social Media Reactions to Films: 'Unless You're A Poet, Words Will Fail You'

Speaking at the Festival of Disruption, Lynch also revealed a surprising choice for his television guilty pleasure.

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'Mowgli' First Trailer: Andy Serkis Explains Why Pushing Back His Dark 'Jungle Book' Two Years 'Worked Out for the Best'

The actor-turned-filmmaker decided against facing off with Jon Favreau’s “The Jungle Book” two years ago, a choice he thinks resulted in a better film.

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Amazon Grabs Another NBC Exec: Vernon Sanders Named Co-Head of Television

Sanders, who spent 20 years at the Peacock, will be paired with TV co-head Albert Cheng.

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Cannes 2018 Critics Survey: The Best Films, Directors, and One Big Palme d’Or Snub

20 critics from around the world voted in this year’s survey, which highlights a film that went home empty-handed at the awards ceremony.

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