Entertainment

Is the Golden Age of 3D Officially Over?

As Imax scales back and box office diminishes, insiders say blame for the retreat of the once mighty format rests with Hollywood. read more Hollywood Reporter

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How ‘Sharknado’ Casts Its C-Listers and Nearly Landed Trump as President

Months before he declared himself a candidate, Trump was set to play commander-in-chief in the schlocky Syfy film franchise that has lured everyone from Ann Coulter to Charo for cameos while regular Tara Reid makes a quarter of one male co-star’s pay. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Don’t Tell Colin Kaepernick to “Stick to Sports”

The NBA legend, who once faced withering criticism after he converted to Islam and changed his name, argues that NFL players need to step up in solidarity and defend an outspoken black quarterback fighting for social justice and a job. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Buying Into Univision Might Be Muy Bueno for Liberty’s John Malone

The aggressive investor could be looking to supercharge efforts by his companies to provide Spanish-language content to an underserved domestic market that is 60 million strong and growing. read more Hollywood Reporter

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‘Girls Trip’ Breakout Tiffany Haddish Dishes on Her Big Week

“I was expecting [the reaction] to be good, but not at this level,” Haddish tells THR of success of her movie, ‘Girls Trip.’ read more Hollywood Reporter

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Critic’s Notebook: “The Mooch” Is the Newest Star of Summer’s Most Toxic Reality TV Show

From Anthony Scaramucci’s potty mouth to John McCain’s dramatic vote, Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ story hour to Trump’s Jeff Sessions obsession, the hate-watch of the summer is in full swing. read more Hollywood Reporter

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How ‘Dunkirk’ Reimagines History

Christopher Nolan’s war movie is as intriguing for what it leaves out as what it puts in. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Critic’s Notebook: TV’s Fabulously Fake Summer

Television has long been obsessed with authenticity, but this summer’s most vital shows are defined by artifice, embellishment and make-believe. read more Hollywood Reporter

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