Today is the final day of the 2013 South by SouthWest Film Conference and Festival and it comes to a close with the announcement of the audience awards for the 20th annual Austin film fest.
Earlier this week, Destin Daniel Crettons Short Term 12 won the Jury Award for Narrative Feature and it followed that up by also taking the Audience Award in the Narrative Feature category… Continue reading SXSW Film Festival Announces Audience Awards
“We don’t have that many continuing stories, so we can’t reveal that much,” executive producer Jake Kasdan admitted near the start of Monday night’s New Girl panel during the annual PaleyFest in Los Angeles.
The result? An entertaining and laugh-filled panel that was much like an episode of New Girl. There was dancing (Thanks, Jake Johnson!), awkward glances, a Douchebag Jar (to which Max Greenfield contributed a wad of… Continue reading ‘New Girl’ cast mocks Max Greenfield’s nipples. Plus, scoop from PaleyFest the audience DIDN’T get to hear
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A rather jaunty Simon Cowell, who’s bringing a U.S. version of his British hit The X Factor to Fox on Sept. 21, talked to reporters Tuesday about his experience filming so far. “I would say the American audiences are more vocal,” he said. “When they like someone, they let you know. And they certainly let you know when they disagree… Continue reading Simon Cowell talks ‘The X Factor’: ‘Old dog’ Paula, ‘fantastically self-centered’ Nicole, and his plans to get the audience drunk
With so many multi-camera sitcoms taped in front of live studio audiences heading to TV this fall — “Whitney,” “2 Broke Girls” and “I Hate My Teenage Daughter” among them — the shrinking genre faces one of its biggest tests in years.
And while the new series’ stars promise a spontaneity and and comedic dynamic you don’t get from successful single-camera laughers like “Modern Family,”… Continue reading Lucille Ball at 100: 'I Love Lucy' still a shining example of why a live audience can work