If it's fair to say that falling in love and saving the world are forgiving pursuits in moviegoers' minds, a character chasing money and/or success often needs something extra to win an audience's…
The Globes hold a key position in the awards race for TV series, since they're first out of the gate to recognize new fall shows.
When "Cairo Time" star Patricia Clarkson looks at the well of potential female nominees for lead actress, she sees plenty of competition, but feels great about it.
Few films launch from the gate with the instant Oscar speculation that "The Social Network" did.
Danny Boyle's first movie since winning the best director Oscar for "Slumdog Millionaire" puts him in the running once again, with a playful and vigorous you-are-there telling of real-life rock…
Though it was 10 years before "Temple Grandin" went from optioned memoir to award-winning HBO film, its producer, Emily Gerson Saines, readily admits she was a big part of why it took so long.
HBO Films president Len Amato has a strategy.
Filmmaking brothers Ridley and Tony Scott have been in business together for more than four decades, and according to Tony, it's been time well-spent -- spats and all.
It's one of the biggest cliffhangers in network television: What happens next … to serialized shows?
Although "Breaking Bad" showrunner Vince Gilligan is eager to praise the creative staff around him when it comes to his Emmy-winning cable series, he believes he's speaking for many other showrunners…