The Cannes Film Festival officially launched on Wednesday with the opening ceremony and the premiere of Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby."
As the stars took to the red carpet, including judges of this year's event like Steven Spielberg and Nicole Kidman, many huddled under umbrellas to avoid what ended up being a soggy opening day.
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"When you take north, east, west, south/and put it all together and it spell newwwwws!" – Ol' Dirty Bastard's "Brooklyn Zoo II"
Know what else spell(s) news? A star-powered hip-hop festival announcing that two rap legends - not figurative legends, mind you; one's been dead eight years, the other 18 - will perform this fall.
"Angry Birds" will soon arrive at your local movie theater - and they'll be in 3-D.
Sony Pictures announced Wednesday that the studio's acquired rights for the animated film, which will be developed, financed and produced by Rovio Entertainment, the creator of the addictive "Angry Birds" game. FULL POST
NBC has retooled its Thursday night lineup to include three new comedies, but in the fall the network will have competition in that category from CBS.
The network announced on Wednesday that their fall 2013 schedule will include five new series, including new comedies from Robin Williams, Anna Faris and Will Arnett, whose show on NBC, "Up All Night," has been canceled.
Brad Pitt is feeling relieved.
The 49-year-old actor, who's been described as "loving and supportive" of his longtime partner and fiancée, Angelina Jolie, as she underwent a preventative double mastectomy, told USA Today that it's left him feeling pride and also a "wonderful relief."
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