Gore's godfather audaciously and successfully reboots his influential zombie franchise as a lean, mean teen-survival machine.
Markets & Festivals
The Stockholm Film Festival has announced the first six of the 170 features that will unspool at its 18th edition, running Nov 15-25.
The power of the pigskin was evident in the primetime ratings race last week as a pair of opening-weekend NFL contests dominated the frame and led NBC to an easy victory.
NBC's got its buzz back. Now it just needs the viewers to follow. Last season was a bit frustrating for the Peacock, to say the least. Despite having the year's biggest breakout hit ("Heroes") and…
European competition regulators are set to conclude their investigation of the 2004 merger between Sony Music and BMG later this month. The Financial Times reported this week that a decision…
While Merv Griffin's legacy has been summed up in myriad obituaries since his death last month, the final chapter has yet to play out.
"The Kingdom" is a realist thriller that mixes crowd-pleasing mayhem with provocative politics.
DC Comics has elevated David Hyde, praiser liaison for sister Warner Bros. divisions, to VP of publicity.
David Schwimmer's directing effort is a thoroughly competent mainstream craftsman who imposes no individual character on formulaic material.
HBO managed only 910,000 total viewers for the Sunday debut of "Tell Me You Love Me," its sexually explicit drama focusing on three problem-plagued couples and their female therapist.
If life seems more complicated now, consider the time and energy devoted to settling on the language that's permissible on television.