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  • Ron Leibman, Tony-Winning Actor Known for 'Angels in America' and 'Friends,' Dies at 82

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Ron Leibman, an Emmy-winning actor who garnered a Tony for his work in Broadway's "Angels in America" and played the father of Jennifer Aniston's Rachel Green on "Friends," died on Friday. He was 82.

  • Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi Says She's 'Retiring' From 'Jersey Shore'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The fist-pumping and GTL days are over. Nicole Polizzi -- aka Snooki -- says she's retiring from "Jersey Shore."

  • TV Review: 'Reprisal' on Hulu

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "Reprisal," a new Hulu drama setting out to tell a grim story of bloody revenge, aims at a clever pitch-darkness. It more often lands on a sort of congenital sourness, one that grows choking at the series's hour-long episode lengths. It's an unfortunate miss for series star Abigail Spencer, an appealing performer who deserves a showcase that presses her in service of fewer neonoir cliches.

  • TV Review: 'Truth Be Told'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - On "Truth Be Told," Apple TV Plus's new drama about a true-crime reporter reinvestigating a case she may have gotten wrong, there's a moment of confrontation in an early episode. Face to face with a man she believes may be hiding information from her, Octavia Spencer stares him down until he's forced to ask "What do you want?" Her reply? "You. On my podcast."

  • AFI Awards: Top Films and TV Shows Include 'Joker,' 'Farewell,' 'Succession,' 'Watchmen'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The American Film Institute has announced the recipients of the AFI Awards for 2019, the top ten films and TV shows "deemed culturally and artistically representative of this year's most significant achievements in the art of the moving image."

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  • 'Tosca' with a touch of cinema enthrals Milan's La Scala at opening night

    MILAN (Reuters) - "Tosca", Giacomo Puccini's opera about a diva prepared to do anything for love, was given a cinematic flavor as it opened La Scala's season for the first time, winning a 16-minute ovation and a stage strewn with flowers from the audience on Saturday.

  • "Tosca" with a touch of cinema enthralls Milan's La Scala at opening night

    MILAN, Dec 7 (Reuters) - "Tosca," Giacomo Puccini's opera about a diva prepared to do anything for love, was given a cinematic flavor as it opened La Scala's season for the first time, winning a 16-minute ovation and a stage strewn with flowers from the audience on Saturday.

  • Camila Cabello's 'Romance': Album Review

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - At 22, Camila Cabello is still in the prime age range to be a student. Although it's unlikely she'll be taking an arena-tour hiatus to be going back to school any time soon, "Romance," her second solo album, makes it clear that she's been keeping up on her studies. To be specific, it feels like she might have spent some time schooling herself when she went out on the "Reputation" stadium tour last year on how her friend Taylor Swift is able to transmit a constant sense of self-revelation to her fans while upholding unerringly commercial instincts. There would have been no better college to learn that, theoretically, you can have it all, getting into the game of confessional blockbusters.

  • Broadway Review: 'Jagged Little Pill'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Nearly 25 years after "Jagged Little Pill" hit the shelves of record stores, Alanis Morissette's innovative 1995 album has arrived on Broadway under the muscular direction of Diane Paulus, who launched this galvanic production at the American Repertory Theater.

  • Singer Camila Cabello says 'Romance' album is all about falling in love

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Camila Cabello is making up for lost time.

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