Annette Bening and Naomi Watts will headline "Mother and Child," a multilayered drama from scripter and helmer Rodrigo Garcia.
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Comcast's low-profile Style network has a likable if unlikely new mascot: Ruby Gettinger, a 480-pound resident of Savannah, Ga., who has decided it's time to do something about her morbid obesity.
Old financial scandals fade away, but the bankruptcies they spawn seemingly go on forever.
Recently merged vidgame giant Activision Blizzard expressed cautious optimism that it can keep performing during the economic slowdown, while smaller competitor THQ announced a major restructuring as…
Anne Hathaway will be feted at the 20th annual Palm Springs Film Fest on Jan. 6 with the Desert Palm Achievement Award for her role in "Rachel Getting Married."
StudioCanal is adding genre fare to its traditionally arthouse-oriented lineup for AFM.
Barack Obama's historic victory was greeted around the world with reactions ranging from hope to hostility.
Japanese distributors have given AFM an early reason for optimism.
Adult Swim has acquired off-net rights to "King of the Hill" from Twentieth Television and will use the toon series to help it expand its nightly programming by one hour.
With the rare exception, Sean Penn doesn't play men of privilege. If the actor was transported back to the '30s and '40s, he'd likely be a contract player at Warner Bros., where talents like Cagney…
The conformist young man from Leicester studying law at Cambridge in the early 1960s somehow wound up being Stephen Frears, an outcome imaginable then to no one and especially not to Stephen Frears.