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These days, an invitation to a tea party likely means lots of heated political talk. But at one held this week in Manhattan, the only thing brewing was Earl Grey and a love fest for a Tony Award nominee.
One of the great pleasures of this year's Cannes Film Festival has been a momentary close-up on Julianne Moore's face in David Cronenberg's "Maps to the Stars."
Robert Pattinson is making quite a surprising reputation for himself - as the actor who has sex in cars on film.
"Maps to the Stars" is David Cronenberg's nightmarish, hyper-real tale of vanity, greed and family dysfunction in Hollywood. But it may touch a raw nerve for some in the movie industry.
The Associated Press is all over the Cannes Film Festival - from its glitzy premieres to the celeb parties and quirky moments in between. Here's what reporters have seen and heard:
Everything was coming up roses _ and daisies, lilacs and tulips _ for Julianne Moore at HBO's floral-themed Emmys after-party.
Sofia Vergara and Heidi Klum ramped up the sizzle Sunday night on the Emmy Awards red carpet that already had TV's biggest stars talking about just how hot they were because of the sweltering temperatures in Los Angeles.
The narrative of HBO's "Game Change" will be familiar to anyone who followed the arc of the 2008 campaign season — so familiar, in fact, that it raises the question of why the movie was made.
The ReelzChannel television network says it scheduled a pro-Sarah Palin documentary on the same weekend as HBO's "Game Change" debut strictly for business considerations, not political ones.