Showtime is taking on "the biggest story of our time" with the documentary series Years of Living Dangerously.
In the upcoming 9-episode series, celebrities including Matt Damon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ian Somerhalder, Harrison Ford and more will act as correspondents delving into the different impacts climate change has had and is projected to have on the world. The project aims to show the current and intensifying effects on everyday Americans, while demonstrating how they can take action and be part of the solution.
Showtime boss on Homeland's "big reset" and the plan for what's next
"The things [scientists] talk about sometimes don't resonate with the public," Schwarzenegger told reporters during the show's Television Critics Association panel. "There are very simple messages, but only actors will get the ultimate attention. This is why it's important when you're [famous] that you look at the power of communicating and use it for something positive."
Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin
Showtime President David Nevins didn't waste any time addressing the elephant in the room — aka awards darling Homeland's uneven third season — during the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Thursday.
"From what I've read on Twitter, there were a lot of different opinions about the show this year," Nevins told reporters. "All I can say is thank you for being so invested."
When asked more directly about the critical reaction, Nevins praised the season, but...
Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington
The three upcoming Avatar sequels are slowing taking shape.
Original stars Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington have both signed on to reprise their roles in the three new movies, Deadline reports.
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Worthington played Jake Sully, a wheelchair-bound Marine who...
Here's hoping she takes another dig at James Cameron!
After winning rave reviews for her job co-hosting the Golden Globe Awards with Tina Fey, Amy Poehler has been tapped to star in a new commercial for
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler
"You can smell the pills from here." Live, from the Beverly Hilton Ballroom, it's ... Sunday with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, together again and keeping things as lively as possible as hosts of the 70th Golden Globes. Encore, please. (For a list of winners, go here.)
Tina Fey, Amy Poehler
You knew it was going to be a funny night as soon as Amy Poehler and Tina Fey were named co-hosts of the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards — and the comedic BFFs didn't disappoint.
In their opening monologue, the Saturday Night Live alums proved they weren't going to hold anything back, slamming everyone, including "the rat-faced people of television," Ricky Gervais and even director Kathryn Bigelow's famous ex.
Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall
Is the end of Dexter nigh?
The serial killer drama will return on Sunday, June 30 at 9/8c, earlier than its intended fall premiere, Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins announced at the winter TV previews on Saturday. Dexter will act as a lead-in for new series Ray Donovan at 10/9c, having already proven to be a successful launchpad for Homeland.
You can cross Steven Spielberg off the list of directors who would helm a new Star Wars film.
Following Disney's acquisition of LucasFilm — the company behind filmmaker George Lucas' beloved sci-fi franchise — a new Star Wars film is slated to hit theaters in 2015. But Spielberg...
Jamie Hyneman, Adam Savage and James Cameron
They're kings of the myth-busting world! For their season premiere, Mythbusters experts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage teamed up with one of Hollywood's biggest directors, James Cameron, to address the show's most requested query: Could Titanic's Jack [Leonardo DiCaprio] and Rose [Kate Winslet] have both fit on the wooden piece of debris and survived together at the end of the movie?
James Cameron has gone to the ends of the Earth and back.
On Monday morning, the Oscar-winning director dove to the deepest-known point on Earth, the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench southwest of Guam, becoming the first person to make the 6.8-mile dive alone.
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Cameron piloted a 12-ton submersible dubbed the Deepsea Challenger and arrived at the site, known as Challenge Deep, shortly before 8 a.m. local time, according to National Geographic, which oversaw the voyage. The 35,756-foot descent into the trench — which is 120 times larger ...