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Art Streiber photographs an ecstatic Kevin Hart for the cover of Entertainment Weekly's "Happy Issue"

Kevin Hart is “the biggest comedy star in the nation,” proclaims Entertainment Weekly, which commissioned Art Streiber to photograph him for the cover of its “Happy Issue.” Here’s a look at the portraits, some of which feature fanciful illustrations by… 94 more words

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EW PopFest Coming To Los Angeles October 29-30, 2016

The lineup for Entertainment Weekly’s first-ever PopFest is growing in spades. The already exciting schedule will now include a live taping of Anna Faris’s podcast, “Anna Faris Is Unqualified,” musical performance by Grammy Award-nominated musician Janelle Monae, a conversation with “Outlander” author Diana Gabaldon, and a live table read from the cast of Bob’s Burgers. 271 more words

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NBCUniversal Gains Exclusive Broadcast Rights to 'Harry Potter'

For years, I’ve always said that the Harry Potter film series is unique in having 3 different parents – Warner Bros. for making them, Disney for airing them (via cable network Freeform, formerly ABC Family), and NBCUniversal for creating their true to life home (via Universal Parks and Resorts). 281 more words

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Happening now: Art Streiber takes over the Entertainment Weekly photo department Instagram feed

All day today on the Instagram feed of Entertainment Weekly‘s photo department, Art Streiber will be showing and telling about some of his most memorable images from 20 years of shooting for the magazine. 38 more words

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Matthias Clamer shoots the stars of Comic-Con 2016 in portraits and cinemagraphs for Entertainment Weekly

At the Comic-Con International convention in San Diego, the stars of sci-fi, comics-inspired, and fantasy movies and TV shows and the fans who love them gather every year, and each time… 420 more words

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8/3/16: litigation-free spoilers for the walking dead, season seven

I find it absurd that, according to Entertainment Weekly, AMC has “threatened litigation” against a fan site that was seeking to post spoilers about the cliffhanger. 342 more words

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