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Karla Souza Breaks Down Finale Shocker on ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ (SPOILERS)

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read ahead if you have not watched the two-hour “How to Get Away With Murder” Season 3 finale, which aired on Thursday, Feb. 23. The Season 3 finale of “How to Get Away With Murder” ended on a cliffhanger that no one saw coming: Laurel’s (Karla …read more

Martin Scorsese to Receive John Ford Award From Ireland’s President

Martin Scorsese, whose upcoming mob movie “The Irishman” is the subject of a dispute regarding its international rights, will receive the John Ford Award from Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland, at a special Irish Film and Television Academy event in Dublin on Saturday. The ceremony will follow immediately after …read more

Top Vivendi Execs Under Investigation in Connection With Mediaset Stock Purchases

ROME — Vivendi chairman Vincent Bolloré and managing director Arnaud De Puyfontaine are under investigation by Milan prosecutors for alleged stock market manipulation in connection with the French media conglomerate’s recent rapid stake building in Italian TV group Mediaset. Under Italian law being under investigation is not tantamount to being …read more

Alaska Reality Show Star Says BBC Put Her Life at Risk to Get Better Footage

A few years ago, Susan Aikens was running a small wilderness camp in a remote part of Alaska when she was discovered by BBC producers who were interested in turning her life into a reality series. Aikens agreed, and is now well known throughout the state as the star of …read more

STX Pursuing Legal Action Over Netflix Deal for Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Martin Scorsese’s upcoming mob movie “The Irishman” looks to be running into trouble as distributor STX is pursuing legal action over Mexican producer Gaston Pavlovich’s pending deal with Netflix. STX bought all non-U.S. distribution rights to the Robert De Niro starring movie last year in a $50-million deal that was …read more

How ‘Ultimate Beastmaster’ Creator Mashed Up ‘Super Mario Bros.’ and the Olympics for Netflix’s First Reality Show

David Broome was stuck in traffic on the 101 freeway when idea for “Ultimate Beastmaster” first came to him. “I thought, What if I could basically take ‘Mario Bros.’ and bring it to life?” Broome said. “That would be the ultimate obstacle course.” The Beast is quite the obstacle course. …read more

Sports Anchor Suspended Over Trump Tweet

Chicago’s WLS-Channel 7 has reprimanded a sports anchor after he tweeted that President Trump was a “cartoon lunatic” elected by a “country of simpletons.” The station told the Chicago Sun-Times that Mark Giangreco’s comments are “not in line with ABC 7 Chicago’s non-partisan editorial standards” and that management is “taking …read more

Jackie Chan’s ‘Five Against a Bullet’ Draws Jeffrey Nachmanoff to Direct

Jeffrey Nachmanoff has signed on to direct Jackie Chan’s upcoming action-thriller “Five Against a Bullet” for Sony. The attachment of Nachmanoff — whose credits include Don Cheadle’s “Traitor” and Keanu Reeves’ “Replicas” — comes two months after Chan was attached to the project. Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing the project …read more

‘How to Get Away With Murder’: Did Connor Kill Wes?

All will be solved on tonight’s two-hour Season 3 finale of “How to Get Away With Murder,” but leading into the double-header episodes, Connor (Jack Falahee) looks like a viable suspect. Last week’s episode revealed that Connor was at Annalise’s (Viola Davis) house on the night that Wes died, and …read more

Damon Wayans Jr. Joins Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s FX Comedy Pilot

“Happy Endings” star Damon Wayans Jr. has been tapped as one of the leads in FX’s comedy pilot “Singularity,” Variety has confirmed. “Singularity,” which hails from “Silicon Valley” and “The Real O’Neals” scribe Sonny Lee and executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, takes place in a world where artificial …read more