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Remembering Judy — A Talk with Garland Authority John Fricke about Upcoming Cabaret Convention Tribute

Only 3 Returning Big Network Shows See Rise in Live Viewers

By Rob Lester |
EDGE spoke with Judy Garland authority John Fricke about the upcoming tribute to the singer on October 30 as part of this year's Cabaret Convention in New York City.

Pop Culturing: In HBO's 'Watchmen,' a Timely Tale Told

Pop Culturing: In HBO's 'Watchmen,' a Timely Tale Told

By Jason St. Amand | Oct 17
Damon Lindelof's adaptation of the "Watchmen" comic series for HBO is a thoughtful and timely drama that's more about race, identity, and America's painful history than cape-wearing superheroes.

Elton John: 'Magic and Joy Were Lost' in Lion King Remake

Elton John: 'Magic and Joy Were Lost' in Lion King Remake

By Sam Cronin | Oct 16
Elton John, co-writer of the chart-topping 1994 Lion King soundtrack, called the new 2019 version a "huge disappointment" in an interview with GQ. Check out the rest of his comments here.

2 Writers Claim they Deserve Credit on Lizzo's 'Truth Hurts'

2 Writers Claim they Deserve Credit on Lizzo's 'Truth Hurts'

By Mesfin Fekadu | Oct 16
There's a debate about the truth behind Lizzo's "Truth Hurts."

Jojo Rabbit Director Felt Shame Dressing as Hitler for Movie

Jojo Rabbit Director Felt Shame Dressing as Hitler for Movie

By Marcela Isaza | Oct 16
Drawing on his own Jewish heritage and experiences growing up surrounded by prejudice, Taika Waititi was excited to make a movie against hate through a satire of the Nazi culture at the height of WWII, until he saw himself dressed as Hitler.

Ken Burns is Behind New Grant for Film on Flannery O'Connor

Ken Burns is Behind New Grant for Film on Flannery O'Connor

Oct 16
Ken Burns is inaugurating an annual prize for makers of historical films with a $200,000 grant to the people behind an upcoming movie about the late Georgia writer Flannery O'Connor.