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Entertainment Weekly (sometimes abbreviated as EW) is an American magazine, published by the Time division of Time Warner, that covers film, television, music, Broadway theatre, books and popular culture. Unlike celebrity-focused publications Us Weekly, People, and In Touch Weekly, EWs primary concentration is on entertainment media and critical reviews. Unlike Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, which are aimed at industry insiders, EW targets a more-general audience. - Source: Wikipedia
It's a long way from leather bars to Oz. James Franco is trying to traverse the distance in consecutive movies.
Entertainment Weekly is getting into the radio biz.
Entertainment Weekly wasn't impressed with first lady Michelle Obama's participation in the 85th Academy Awards on Sunday. The magazine labeled her a "loser" in its "Winners and Losers" section.
Aerosmith will perform a live concert on Mark Cuban's AXS TV to encourage fans to vote on Election Day.
Ask folks in Fargo what they first thought about the 1996 movie that made their city famous, and some will tell you they were not fans.
Like his character on "Boss," Kelsey Grammer is playing some political hardball.
It's about freakin' time.
It's about freakin' time. The term "F-bomb" surfaced in newspapers more than 20 years ago but will land Tuesday for the first time in the mainstream Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, along with sexting, flexitarian, obesogenic, energy drink and life coach.
Gillian Flynn's third novel, "Gone Girl," is the perfect beach read _ boy meets girl, boy marries girl, girl goes missing on their fifth wedding anniversary.
It's a sink or swim moment for the filmmakers behind the sequel to "Piranha 3D."
It's a sink-or-swim moment for the filmmakers behind the sequel to "Piranha 3D."
Robert Galinsky is skeptical about claims by producers of ABC's "The Bachelor" that they've had a hard time finding black singles willing to be on the show.
Kristen Wiig has had confirmed plans for Saturday night for the past seven years, but will her long-running reservation in New York soon be coming to an end?
"The Simpsons" reached its landmark 500th episode Sunday, with an appearance from controversial WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
No lie here: Showtime is offering the premiere of its upcoming Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell comedy "House of Lies" early.