Sarah Jessica Parker on Returning to Television, Hillary Clinton and Taking Selfies — TIME

Sarah Jessica Parker is returning to television. On the pitch-dark HBO comedy Divorce, she plays Frances, a woman who thinks divorcing her husband of 17 years (played by Thomas Haden Church) will open her up to experience: “I want to save my life while I still care about it!” she declares. Yet she finds the…

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Benedict Cumberbatch Joins David Gilmour Onstage to Sing ‘Comfortably Numb’ — TIME

Benedict Cumberbatch showed off his pipes Wednesday night when he joined Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour onstage at Royal Albert Hall to sing “Comfortably Numb.” Fans went wild hearing Cumberbatch sing the Pink Floyd classic. Video of Benedict Cumberbatch live singing Comfortably Numb with David Gilmour #benedictcumberbatch #DavidGilmour pic.twitter.com/BfUa0OtiFV — salemzorro (@salemzorro) September 28, 2016 So…

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Curtis Hanson, Director of ‘L.A. Confidential,’ Dies at 71 — Variety

Curtis Hanson, director of “L.A Confidential” and winner with Brian Helgeland of an Oscar for adapting James Ellroy’s novel, was found dead in his Hollywood Hills home on Tuesday afternoon, a spokesperson with the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed. He was 71. The official said paramedics responded to a call of an unconscious man at……

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Andrew Dominik and Nick Cave Map the Dimensions of Grief in One More Time with Feeling — TIME

Although the Venice Film Festival ends on September 10, my time here is drawing to a close. The Festival has made several physical additions this year, chief among them a new theater structure, the Sala Giardino, which is open to the public—and better yet, all screenings held there are either free or cost only 3…

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