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Three-award winner dedicates performance to Alexander McQueen.
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Vulture looks back on the week that was, addition-subtraction style.
Mad Men and Ant-Man, returning to the screen sooner than expected!
This is the biggest no-brainer in the history of casting, so thank you, Warner Brothers and David Yates, for not screwing it up.
The worst beef in history just got a little worse.
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In a boozy, peyote-induced, psychedelic haze, the late Hunter Thompson might have considered David Perry's expressionistic portrait remarkably true to life.
Warner Independent Pictures and Netflix's Red Envelope Entertainment have upped the ante by purchasing rights to American Beauty scribe Alan Ball's controversial directorial debut Nothing is Private.
Don't go too negative in America's most devastated city!
You may recall reading about Dash Snow and Dan Colen’s infamous “Hamster Nest,” a Dada-esque mass of shredded telephone books “installed” in hotel rooms around the world. Now's your chance to experience it firsthand.