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Dallas Carter High’s legendary football team coming to the big screen

CIM HS 15 Super Bowl Century in the Making

Star-Telegram archives/Ron Jenkins

One of the best stories in the history of Texas high school football is being made into a movie. Dallas Carter’s monster high school football team of the late 1980’s is going Hollywood, thanks in part to former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Ellis. Read more

Alamo Drafthouse announces third North Texas location


Alamo Drafthouse

The Alamo Drafthouse chain is expanding in North Texas -- again. Read more

Report: Tracy Kornet leaving CBS 11


James A Martinez

Another high-profile departure at KTVT/Channel 11 comes a week after the station dropped morning anchor Brendan Higgins: Tracy Kornet, who has been with the station for eight years, is leaving ... Read more

Movie review: ‘The November Man’

November Man

Relativity Media

Pierce Brosnan’s perfect hair barely budges in the breeze. He fixes his eyes in that narrowed, steely stare and you remember, yes, he was a pretty good James Bond. Read more

The silent is golden at Modern’s Hitchcock festival

Alfred Hitchcock-Scare Tactics

Lone Star Film Society

An old Hitchcock classic is getting a Modern musical makeover. Read more

‘Ghostbusters’ makes a triumphant 30th-anniversary return to theaters


Sony Pictures

Co-star Ernie Hudson recalls the film’s impact in its heyday and how it is still affecting his life for the better. Read more

Emmys highlight: Robin Williams tribute by Billy Crystal



If you missed the 66th Emmy Awards on Monday night, you didn’t miss much. The winners were virtually a repeat of 2013 — Breaking Bad cleaned up in th... Read more

Pics: 2014 Emmy awards & red carpet

2014 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show

Photo by Chris Pizzello

Slideshow of some of the ceremony's memorable moments, plus red carpet arrivals. Read more

The 2014 Emmy Awards: Deja-view

66th Primetime Emmy Awards - Show

Vince Bucci/Invision/AP

‘Breaking Bad’ and ‘Modern Family’ score big; buzzy Netflix shows are left out of the party. Read more

The winners at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards

‘Breaking Bad’ and ‘Modern Family’ took the night’s top awards. Read more

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