When "Chicago" producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan saw the phenomenally reviewed (and attended) Broadway revival of "A Raisin in the Sun" in 2004, they felt strongly that the play's life shouldn't…
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.
Other TV movies in the Emmy mix.
Overture Film, Groundswell Prods., and Participant Media's "The Visitor" has taken up residence at the domestic box office -- a notable accomplishment on several fronts.
The Independent Film Project is offering a $50,000 film finishing grant for the winner among the 11 narrative films picked for the Independent Filmmaker Lab, which runs in Gotham June 10-13.
The Grammy Museum will have its grand opening Dec. 3-7 with events that include a gala fund-raising concert and live music presentations.
While fall's Iraq-themed films stumbled at the box office, there's a current crop of Mideast pics that are doing extremely well.
What does it take to make a successful specialty film label? With the shuttering of Warner Independent Pictures and Picturehouse last month, followed by Paramount bringing its Vantage label into the…
Lily Tomlin, John Waters, Harry Connick Jr., Laurence Fishburne, David Hyde Pierce, Gabriel Byrne, Mandy Patinkin and Julie Chen have been added to the list of celebs presenting Tony Awards at the…
When we first met Benjamin Linus on "Lost," he had a secret. It was big, but fairly straight up. Maybe he was a meek survivor of Oceanic 815, or maybe he was a dreaded Other.
Sometimes being great isn't enough. So what's an actor have to do to get some Emmy love these days? Partake in a dramatic dying scene? Chew up the scenery? Make an unforgettable courtroom speech…