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Try Some TriBeCa - What to See at This Year's Film Festival

Pink, and Her Children, Grace Cover of People Beauty Issue

By Frank J. Avella |
This year's Tribeca Film Festival offers moviegoers an opportunity to saturate themselves in features, shorts, docs, immersive entertainment, prestigious panels, special event...

A Talk with a Busy William Shatner

A Talk with a Busy William Shatner

By Will Demers | Apr 19
William Shatner, the original Captain Kirk from "Star Trek," talks to EDGE about his current tour with the film "Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan," currently touring the East Coast.

Questions Rise After 'Drag Queen' Contestant Tweets About Fatal Uber Crash

Questions Rise After 'Drag Queen' Contestant Tweets About Fatal Uber Crash

Apr 19
A "Drag Race" contestant took to Twitter to recount a car crash that she said left her Uber driver dead. But after a report from The Stranger that questioned and looked into the incident, there are seemingly some holes in the performer's story.

Far-Right Cancels Bid to Shut Berlin's Berghain Techno Club

Far-Right Cancels Bid to Shut Berlin's Berghain Techno Club

Apr 19
A far-right party has withdrawn its proposal to close down one of Berlin's most famous techno clubs after the plan drew widespread ridicule in the laissez-faire German capital.

Paramount Network Green Lights 'First Wives Club' TV Reboot

Paramount Network Green Lights 'First Wives Club' TV Reboot

Apr 19
The 1996 comedy starring Diane Keaton, Bette Midler and Goldie Hawn "The First Wives Club" is getting a TV reboot on the Paramount Network.

Previously Persona Non Grata, Cannes Welcomes Back Von Trier

Previously Persona Non Grata, Cannes Welcomes Back Von Trier

By Jake Coyle | Apr 19
Seven years after being banned by the Cannes Film Festival for jokingly calling himself a Nazi, Danish director Lars von Trier has been invited back to the French festival.