Understandably controversial for its look at homegrown terrorism and the pressures that assail British Muslims in a post-Sept. 11 world, "Britz" features an intriguing parallel narrative structure…
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Approaching the blues with the enthusiasm of an overcaffeinated brass band, helmer Darnell Martin nonetheless makes some kind of music with the percolating '50s biopic "Cadillac Records" -- mostly…
Once a multinight staple for NBC, "Deal or No Deal" is taking a break. The Howie Mandel gamer, which is now also broadcast across the country as a syndicated daytime series, will still remain in the…
Under mounting pressure, Los Angeles Film Festival director Richard Raddon has ankled his post.
Gerald Schoenfeld, the longtime chairman of the Shubert Organization and a major influence on the legit biz, died of a heart attack Tuesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 84.
The Koppel Group and Discovery Communications have agreed to dissolve their three-year relationship six months early.
"More Than a Game," a documentary about NBA star LeBron James' high school days in Akron, Ohio, has been sold to Lionsgate in an unusual deal.
With the Screen Actors Guild threatening to strike, there's little chance of a backchannel deal to avert a work stoppage.
Ashton Kutcher is back at the CW, where his Katalyst Films shingle is developing two projects.
Apple Corps still will not let it be. Paul McCartney said on Monday that negotiations between the Beatles' holding company and EMI over digital downloads of the band's catalog have stalled.
Jordan and Argentina snagged their first-ever statuettes at the 36th Intl. Emmy Awards, but the U.K. was Monday night's big winner at the festivities, held at the New York Hilton.