Getting Christian Bale to show emotion in public is tough, but you can add it to the many talents of his co-star Mark Wahlberg.
Glitzy fashion designers outnumbered movie people at Monday night's MoMA screening of "Public Speaking," an HBO doc that celebrates the opulence and elitism its subject, Fran Lebowitz, craves.
You can't turn down the 'Today' show, it's the greatest job in TV!" Or so says Patrick Wilson's character in Paramount's latest adult comedy "Morning Glory."
Monday night was ladies night at the New York City preem of Lionsgate's "For Colored Girls."
"Tamara Drewe" helmer Stephen Frears fretted about the Sony Pictures Classics film's appeal at Monday's Cinema Society screening at Gotham's Crosby Hotel.
Creator Terence Winter shared credit for the good buzz surrounding HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," thanking everyone by name.
Despite all the attention being showered on that other Facebook movie, Monday's New York screening of Rogue's "Catfish" at the Paris Theater was not lacking for star power.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and director Susanna White laud their childcare aides.
At Tuesday's special screening of Universal and Working Title Pictures' "Nanny McPhee Returns" in Gotham, the stars were talking about what else -- nannies.
Looks like "A Little Night Music" is benefiting from its latest batch of reviews: The tuner revival saw weekly sales jump a whopping 26% in Week 11 (Aug. 2-8).
Road grosses fell 1.3% in Week 11 (Aug. 2 - 8) as most shows saw only minor fluctuations in their week-to-week tallies. The total gross for the 10-show slate was $11,772,424.
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