What's this, an MSNBC documentary that doesn't focus on pedophiles or prisoners? Granted, the cable news channel doesn't deviate far from the salacious with this 30th anniversary look at Jonestown…
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When Bruce Springsteen played a few acoustic sets to open Barack Obama's appearance in Cleveland on Sunday, it was one of the few times in the fall campaign that the candidate has appeared publicly…
Hometown pic "The Man Who Loved Yngve," directed by Stian Kristiansen, won the NDR film prize at the Nordic Film Days in Lubeck.
Americans will turn their attention to Washington Tuesday, but on election eve, more than 10 million also will be transfixed by what's transpiring in the nation's capital ... on ESPN.
After five years spent working on the more experimental fringe, Gus Van Sant fluently returns to the relative mainstream with "Milk," an adroitly and tenderly observed account of the life of Harvey…
Ted Rogers has temporarily left the top job at Rogers Communications, one of Canada's leading media companies, due to health issues.
Disney's "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" enjoyed a massive rebound from Halloween to place No. 1 at the North American box office for the second weekend in a row and push its worldwide total to…
Early in her show at the Orpheum Theater Thursday night, Jenny Lewis introduced "Carpetbaggers," a rousing duet that's a highlight on her new album "Acid Tongue" (Warner Bros.) as a song about "a…
A unique blend of 19th century social repression and 21st century rock expression continues to work its alchemy in L.A.'s first look at long-running, multiple Tony-winning tuner "Spring Awakening."…
John Daly, the British-born producer of 13 Oscar-winning movies including "Platoon" and "The Last Emperor" who helped launch the careers of many top directors and actors, has died. He was 71.
MSNBC Films and Submarine Entertainment have finalized a North American television deal for Dana Nachman and Don Hardy's "Witch Hunt," narrated and exec produced by Sean Penn.