Good news in a troubled economy: The man who has been a veritable human resources department for television directors has no plans to close up shop.
A potential tussle is brewing between a likely Broadway revival of "Waiting for Godot" and incoming tuner "9 to 5," both of which hope to open on April 30, the eligibility cutoff date for the…
It's not surprising to hear Robert Rosen express his gratitude to the Directors Guild of America. Not only is he being honored with the John Huston Award at its gala tonight, but he also joins an…
When it comes to matters of economic import to the entertainment biz -- particularly movies, television, videogames and music --Rep. John Conyers Jr. wields the kind of clout constituents love.
Irwin Young's influence reaches so far and wide it would be difficult to affix him with a singular identity within the New York film community.
The audience enjoyed moments of comic relief during the 2008 Variety Screening Series of Sony Pictures Classics' "I've Loved You So Long" on Monday night at the ArcLight in Los Angeles.
"Frost/Nixon" is an effective, straightforward bigscreen version of Peter Morgan's shrewd stage drama about the historic 1977 TV interview in which Richard Nixon brought himself down once again.
A number of films this year stood out for their important subject matter or for deliciously entertaining audiences, but that doesn't always translate to awards.
Disney Theatrical Group prexy Thomas Schumacher will be feted next month by the Casting Society of America with the New York Apple kudo at the 2008 Artios Awards.
To help whittle down the overflow of acting-award contenders, voters often look for a reason not to nominate someone. What follows is a peek at some award-worthy thesps who have to overcome…
Newcomers have a tough task breaking into the old boys' club of lead acting Oscar nominations. This year's contenders include two of last year's finalists, George Clooney ("Burn After Reading") and…