Thirty years after his death, Vince Lombardi is experiencing something of a renaissance.
A hagiographic trip through the career of Pete Rose.
It's a fact of life that films on broadcast TV and basic cable sometimes have to be re-edited to smooth over foul language. Some of the more creative choices to replace expletives have included…
"Bon Jovi: When We Were Beautiful," filmed behind the scenes of the band's Lost Highway tour last year, will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival as a work in progress April 29 at the Tribeca…
In these recessionary days, if you want to pack in auds at the revival houses, you apparently can't go wrong with Depression-era comedy.
Movies and popcorn. Baseball and hot dogs. Kath & Kim. Some things are just made for each other. And so it is this TV season, with a biz bleeding advertisers and the industries that long to blurb…
Just when we thought the election of Barack Obama had taken the comedy out of politics, along comes the Secret Service and puts it back in.
Rabid fans tend to get inventive when their favorite shows get pinkslipped: "Angel" viewers mailed boxes of postcards to reporters to voice their chagrin. "Roswell" loyalists sent crates of Tabasco…
The owners of the Boston Red Sox also own half of NASCAR's Roush Fenway Racing. But it's doubtful they ever imagined a car race breaking out in the middle of a baseball game.
On its way to delivering an engrossing docu about the effects of postwar suburban flight on New York City, HBO gets sidetracked a bit by baseball's finest hour.
A look at the nominees for 2006.