Last week's twin bill of literary scandal, with J.T. Leroy and James Frey each allegedly misleading readers, owes a lot to Hollywood.
There's a mystery surrounding the release of "Bloodrayne," and it's not just the presence of Oscar winner Ben Kingsley in the early pace setter for this year's biggest critical and commercial flop.
"Nip/Tuck," "The Shield" and "Rescue Me" harvest bumper crops of publicity every time they kick off a new season, making FX one of the highest-visibility networks in all of ad-supported cable. But…
Scribe Jeff Whitty's comedy "The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler" has gone still further since May's staged reading in the Pacific Playwrights Festival.
"Souls of Naples" is traveling from New York to Naples, Italy. After playing Off Broadway at the Duke last year, the Theater for a New Audience production of Eduardo de Filippo's tragicomedy in an…
Are a bunch of Silicon Valley geeks outmaneuvering the former co-chair of Warner Bros. at his own game? One could be forgiven for thinking so at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas…
When the Olympic Games played Sydney in 2000, distribbers held on to their premium releases thinking the population would be so hooked into Olympic-related events that cinemas would be vacant.
Maybe he should call it "One Piano, Two Hands." Richard Greenblatt, best known as co-author of the successful show "Two Pianos, Four Hands," a musical memoir about how two men's lives were affected…
How about a DVD with that double espresso? Or some buzz from your barista about "Akeelah and the Bee?" It was only a matter of time before Starbucks ground its way into the movie biz, after a…
London Eye: British director Miguel Sapochnik has been touted as the next big thing for so long that it's a surprise to find he's only just about to start shooting his first movie.
Russia's film industry entered the New Year on another all-time high, as Timur Bekmambetov's "Day Watch" broke local records in the week after its Jan. 1 bow.