Phil Knight, whose Nike empire gives him an estimated worth of $7.9 billion, is bringing his muscle to showbiz, with ambitious plans for his Portland, Ore., animation studio to partner with a…
It takes guts to open a repertory theater at a time when Netflix, Blu-ray and digital downloads seem to have audiences pinned to their couches. But for Cinefamily head programmer Hadrian Belove…
Can true love exist between a circle and a square? That's the question at the heart of Pixar's "WALL•E," at least as far as the designers behind the animated robot romance are concerned.
Between her role as the youngest wife on HBO's "Big Love" and her co-starring status opposite Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Aniston in upcoming "He's Just not That Into You," Ginnifer Goodwin is…
When staffing national-identity saga "Australia," it stands to reason that director Baz Luhrmann would select a dream team of Down Under talent, from Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman (playing British)…
Primitive in all the wrong ways, "National Lampoon's Homo Erectus" sets comedy back a good 2 million years, reminding auds of simpler times when a club to the head or a spear to the crotch was all it…
Family secrets, sexual tension, out-of-control opulence -- if you weren't careful, you might think "Dirty Sexy Money" was a primetime soap opera. But Craig Wright isn't your average showrunner.
Think of those first nine episodes of "Pushing Daisies" as a "teaser season." That's how showrunner Bryan Fuller describes the abbreviated launch of his primetime fairy tale about an average guy…
Winning an Oscar for "Brokeback Mountain" might be gratifying, but it hasn't necessarily made anything easier for screenwriters Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana.
Ernest Borgnine has come to accept that the average 9-year-old has absolutely no idea who he is. Even his own grandchildren (Borgnine has five) have little concept of his filmography.
For those who think Ugly Betty had it hard trying to make it as the frumpy girl in Manhattan's cutthroat magazine world, "Mad Men" demonstrates how much worse it could be just a few avenues over…