NBC's "The Voice" crowned its Season 4 winner on Tuesday's finale.
Note: Spoilers ahead if you haven't watched Tuesday's finale.
Giving Team Blake Shelton its third win of the talent show's run, Danielle Bradbery won America's hearts in a combination of votes and iTunes downloads to snag the season's top spot.Related Articles: Blake Shelton Slams Music Critic Over 'Voice' Contestant Comments 'The Voice's' Adam Levine Talks Settling Down on 'Oprah's Next Chapter' (Video) Adam Levine Responds to 'Voice' Backlash: 'I Obviously Love My Country Very Much' (Video)
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Found: Glad-handing at the Carlton lobby bar.
Drink: Whatever he orders on your tab (likely some brightly colored French liqueur no one can pronounce).
BuzzFeed reporter Michael Hastings died Tuesday morning in Los Angeles. He was 33.
BuzzFeed reported in a statement that Hastings was killed in a car accident. Media reports indicate that the accident took place on the 600 block of North Highland Ave. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene of that crash.Related Articles: Michael Hastings Gets Another Book Deal Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2013
Selma Blair won't be returning to Charlie Sheen's FX comedy "Anger Management," following reports that she had crossed Sheen, Lionsgate said Tuesday.
In a statement, Lionsgate, which produces "Anger Management," said that it wishes Blair "the very best."Related Articles: 'Anger Management' $50M Lawsuit: Producer Joe Roth Countersues 'Anger Management' Review: Forget 'Winning' - Charlie Sheen Is Barely Even Trying
A new comedy from "Borat" and "Bruno" writer Dan Mazer is named after a common expression uttered when young couples rush into marriage too soon.
"I Give It a Year" follows a couple, played by Rose Byrne and Rafe Spall, who get married after just seven months of knowing one another, and every one around them thinks they're a little bit crazy for doing so.Related Articles: Rehired 'Community' Boss Dan Harmon Blasts Sony TV Ahead of His Return Dan Harmon Apologizes for Trashing 'Community': 'I'm Sorry I Pooped on Your Work'
After months of development at HBO, the premium cable network has passed on period drama pilot, "Hobgoblin," TheWrap has learned exclusively.
Additionally, "Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky left the project earlier this year.Related Articles: John Landgraf Named CEO of FX Networks, FX Productions 'Hunger Games' Star Wes Bentley Joins HBO's Ryan Murphy Pilot 'Breaking Bad' Actor Mark Margolis Joins Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah'
In 2014, the world's greatest heroes will join forces for the biggest movie ever…assembled. No, no, not that one. We're talking about "The Lego Movie."
Warner Bros. Pictures released the trailer for the building blocks flick on Tuesday. And if you were disappointed by the lack of super heroes, Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman will make a cameo.Related Articles: A Lego Movie? Get Lars Von Trier! Chris Pratt Nabs Lead in 'Guardians of Galaxy' 'Superman' Can Stay at Warner Bros., Court Rules
Alcon Entertainment is developing a sequel to the 2011 family film, "Dolphin Tale," co-founders and co-CEOs Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson announced on Tuesday.
The entire original cast, including Harry Connick Jr., Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman and Kris Kristofferson, is in negotiations to reunite with director Charles Martin Smith for the sequel. It has not yet officially greenlit, but Warner Bros. has set aside a Sept. 19 release date in 2014.Related Articles: Box Office Goes for Upbeat: 'Dolphin Tale' Takes $14.2M in Downer Market Hollywood's Disabled Actors Protest NBC's 'Ironside' Casting - When Is It Their Turn?
Universal Pictures and Red Granite have rescued the Farrelly brothers' sequel "Dumb and Dumber To" out of turnaround from Warner Bros. and New Line.
Red Granite will finance the $35 million comedy and handle foreign sales, while Universal will distribute in the U.S..
"Dumb and Dumber" stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels will return to reprise their roles as dim-witted best friends Lloyd and Harry, respectively.Related Articles: Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels on Board for 'Dumb and Dumber 2,' Farrelly Says Farrelly Brothers Prepping Another 'Dumb and Dumber' Farrelly Brothers' 'Dumb and Dumber' Sequel Could Shoot This Fall
First they played with zombies, then they played cops and robbers, but now Simon Pegg and Nick Frost will be playing with nasty robots in the upcoming apocalyptic comedy, "The World's End."
The newest trailer for Edgar Wright's film takes a look back on his previous collaborations with Pegg and Frost ("Shaun of the Dead," "Hot Fuzz") before launching into their newest adventure, which involves five childhood friends returning to their hometown for a massive pub crawl.Related Articles: Universal Greenlights Edgar Wright's 'The World's End,' Releases Teaser Poster Paul Feig Developing Female James Bond Comedy 'Susan Cooper'
Filmmaking could not exist in Europe without the support of governments, veteran director Costa-Gavras told an audience at the Los Angeles Film Festival on Monday night.
At the same time, the Greek director of such politically-charged films as "Missing" and the Oscar-winning "Z," said that he supports French exclusionary laws that limit the amount of American television that can be shown on the air.Related Articles: David O. Russell Vows No More War Movies: 'I Don't Want to Make a Movie About Guns' How the L.A. Film Fest Wooed Hollywood
"Cooper. Susan Cooper," may be a line of dialogue heading to a theater near you.
With "The Heat" hitting the big screen on June 28, director Paul Feig is ramping up development on a female spy movie titled "Susan Cooper" that he hopes will become a franchise for 20th Century Fox, TheWrap has learned.Related Articles: 'Bridesmaids' Director Paul Feig Signs Deal at Fox to Make Commercial Comedies Melissa McCarthy Breaks Silence on Controversial Rex Reed Review 'Freaks and Geeks' Creator Paul Feig on Network TV: 'Nobody Under 35 Cares'
A Senate Commerce Committee hearing into Tom Wheeler's nomination as Federal Communications Commission chairman quickly turned into a partisan debate about the FCC's future.
Commerce Committee Chairman Jay Rockefeller (D-W.V.) urged Wheeler, President Obama's choice, to be a consumer advocate.Obama Formally Taps Tom Wheeler as FCC Chairman AT&T Lashes Out at FCC Over T-Mobile Deal, FCC Responds (Updated)
"New Day," CNN's new entry into the morning-show fray, drew mixed ratings with its Monday premiere.
The show, anchored by Chris Cuomo and Kate Bolduan, drew 247,000 total viewers including 95,000 in the key 25-54 demographic.CNN 'New Day's' Bold Morning Move: News, Chemistry and No Kitchen CNN's 'New Day' Review: Serious News, Wacky Animals - and Nancy Grace
Hollywood's gamble on a crowded summer movie season chockablock with pricey tentpoles is paying off, with the box office running 12.7 percent ahead of last summer and on track to possibly break the all time summer record.
That $4.4 billion record was set in 2011; last summer the box office dipped back down to $4.29 billion. If the box office continues on this torrid pace, this summer will easily top last year.Related Articles: Best May Ever at the Box Office - Are We in for a Record Summer, Too? 'Man of Steel's' Surprising Daddy Demo - and What It Means (Video) 60 Summer Movies Looking for Your Box Office Bucks: 'Iron Man,' 'Star Trek,' Pacific Rim (Photos)
NBC's "Today" is replacing and promoting its director of 18 years amid what the show's executive producer calls "many changes" planned for the morning show.Related Articles: CNN's 'New Day' Review: Serious News, Wacky Animals - and Nancy Grace 'Today' Team Supports Matt Lauer With Letter, But Ann Curry Hasn't Signed
Cinemax has found Quarry's rock.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead has been cast on the Cinemax drama pilot, "Quarry," opposite star Logan Marshall Green, TheWrap has learned exclusively.
She will play Joni, Quarry's (Green) wife, who is one of the few who stands by her husband after he returns from the Vietnam War.Related Articles: Alan Ball's 'Banshee' Screeches Onto Cinemax in January Bob Dylan Premieres New Song on Cinemax's 'Strike Back': Hear it Now (Video) Cinemax Teams With Luc Besson on TV 'Transporter' Image Caption: Getty Images
"Arthur Newman" made headlines when it debuted last spring, but it wasn't for the film's onscreen coupling of Oscar-winner Colin Firth and rising star Emily Blunt. The media attention instead centered on an innovative marketing campaign driven by an odd couple pairing of a Hollywood studio and BitTorrent.
The film flopped, racking up roughly $200,000 in limited box-office release, but BitTorrent is claiming that its efforts in raising awareness of "Arthur Newman" were a rousing success.Related Articles: BitTorrent to Hollywood: We're Not Pirates - We Come in Peace Hollywood Studios Fuming Over BitTorrent, Cinedigm 'Deal With the Devil' 'Game of Thrones' Season Finale Breaks Show's Own Piracy Record
If only we could axe "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" off the TV schedule.
In the latest spoof of the famous "American Psycho's" murder scene, Kourtney Kardashian's boyfriend Scott Disick plays Christian Bale playing Patrick Bateman. Kim Kardashian's best friend, Jonathan, plays the guy who's brutally murdered. And it's all in the name of promoting Kim's boyfriend Kayne West's new album, "Yeezus," which officially came out Tuesday.Related Articles: Huey Lewis and Weird Al Re-Enact 'American Psycho' (Video) Kanye West's 'Dark Twisted' Cover Art 'Banned' Kim Kardashian's Ex Files for Annulment, Claims She Defrauded Him (Report)