Recipients of NATPE's 2012 Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Awards reflect on what he stood for and how it is reflected in their careers
The synopsis of comedy vet Matt Piedmont's feature debut reads like a grand joke: Will Ferrell stars in a Spanish-language shoot-'em-up about a lowly Mexican ranch hand taking on a drug cartel
Albert Brooks took the part in "Drive" partially to cross something off his career bucket list.
Ben Stiller will receive the Charlie Chaplin Award for Comedy Excellence at the Britannia Awards.
The term "golden age" has been thrown around to describe America's current television bounty. But it doesn't stop within U.S. borders.
In 2009, "The Hangover" grossed $467 million worldwide, catapulting Zach Galifianakis from eccentric sidekick to eccentric sidekick on a marquee level.
In 2011, Patton Oswalt managed to write the memoir "Zombie Spaceship Wasteland," put out his fifth album, "Finest Hour" (also a Showtime special), acted in comedies "The United States of Tara" and "A…
When the Upright Citizens Brigade opened its second New York location Oct. 29, Amy Poehler was there, improvising for disciples who often hear her name but rarely see her.
J.J. Abrams wanted "Super 8" to resemble his own experience at a young age, when he goofed around with friends making amateur movies and creating low-grade special effects from scratch. Or as he puts…
From moment one, Emma Watson was Hermione Granger. "From the very first screen test, she was the one person everyone -- the studio, the producers -- agreed was Hermione. There really wasn't any…