Jaime Foxx and Kerry Washington
Apparently, there's plenty of more Django to go around!
Director Quentin Tarantino revealed during the Cannes Film Festival on Friday that he has enough extra footage from his highly stylized Western film Django Unchained to cut together a miniseries, according to USA Today.
"I have about 90 minutes worth of material with Django," he told the festival audience. "It hasn't been seen. My idea, frankly, is to...
Quentin Tarantino has refiled his lawsuit against Gawker Media for leaking his script for The Hateful Eight, an unproduced ensemble western.
According to The Los Angeles Times, Tarantino now alleges Gawker directly infringed on his copyright by downloading the script in addition to his accusations of contributory copyright infringement by posting third-party download links on Defamer.
Watch out, criminals! Don Johnson returns to the small screen as another lawman.
Christopher Jones in Ryan's Daughter
Actor Christopher Jones, who abruptly quit working Hollywood in the 1960s after starring in Ryan's Daughter and ABC's The Legend of Jesse James, died Friday in California of complications from cancer, his partner Paule McKenna told The Hollywood Reporter. He was 72.
Over 14 seasons and 300 episodes, CSI has concocted some wild plots and brought in memorable guest stars to keep the body-bagging business fresh and fun. We asked the cast — including Marg Helgenberger, who reprises her role as Catherine Willows for Wednesday's landmark 300th episode, which flashes back to a case the team failed to crack in 2000 — to reflect on the show's best installments, selected by longtime executive producer Carol Mendelsohn.
At first glance, FX's new drama The Bridge seems like a tough sell: a brusque female lead on the autism spectrum, yet another serial killer wreaking havoc and a setting in which nearly half the dialogue has to be in Spanish with English subtitles.
Will Smith was originally offered the lead in Quentin Tarantino's Oscar-winning film Django Unchained and turned it down — not because of a scheduling conflict like he initially claimed, but because it wasn't all about him.
The trend of so-called "hate-watching" is hardly a new TV phenomenon. We've been doing it with the Oscar show for years: picking apart the fashions, groaning at the witless banter, griping as we drift through the seemingly endless midsection where no awards of major consequence are presented, and nearly always regarding the unlucky host as a piñata ripe for the bashing.
This year's tuneful but torturously overextended production (ending just past the three-and-a-half-hour mark) was much the same. With one major exception: The musical numbers were no joke, especially when mighty divas as legendary as Barbra Streisand and Shirley Bassey and as electrifyingly current as Adele and Jennifer Hudson took the stage. No Rob Lowe-Snow White fiascos this time.
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Argo topped Sunday's Oscars on a history-making night.
Ben Affleck's political thriller took three awards, including Best Picture, becoming the fourth film to win the top prize without a Best Director nomination, following Wings, Grand Hotel and Driving Miss Daisy. The film also won Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Editing. This is Affleck's second ...
Good Morning America
This week, the cast of Happy Endings got in on the Harlem Shake phenomenon, Jimmy Kimmel dared his viewers to give their wives and girlfriends terrible Valentine's Day gifts, and Robin Roberts returned to Good Morning America after a lengthy medical leave. With Sunday's Oscar broadcast quickly approaching, Saturday Night Live and host Christoph Waltz took the opportunity to parody Best Picture nominee Django Unchained, and Hulu offered a sneak peek at one of the nominees for Best Animated Short. Check out those clips and more in this week's Top Videos: