Just how both sides agreed to return to the table is a story that will no doubt be revealed over the next hours and days. But there's no doubt one key behind-the-scenes force has been the informal…
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Peter Zinner, whose decades-long career as a film editor included the first two "Godfather" films and an Oscar for 1978's "The Deer Hunter," has died. He was 88.
Writers and studios have agreed to resume negotiations on Nov. 26. The Friday night announcement came on the 12th day of the strike in the form of a joint statement from the Writers Guild of America…
Sony's Russian film affiliate has announced increased production plans for the next two years, and has partnered with local entertainment broadcaster holding CTC-Media.
"The Jammed," a self-distribbed contempo thriller about human trafficking that until five months ago was set to go direct-to-DVD, capped a remarkable rise from obscurity to collect the top trophy at…
Films about pop figures, especially of the live-fast-die-young variety, have become a staple of cinema, and often breakout vehicles for actors.
While Hollywood will never cease its endless flirtation with promoting youth, some of its best offerings this awards season showcase the work of veteran actors.
As a writers strike based on Internet issues rages on, NBC has decided to bring the Internet-based series "Quarterlife" to television.
In 1964, having delivered what might have been the best performances of their illustrious careers, Peter O'Toole and Richard Burton found themselves facing off as lead actor nominees for "Beckett."
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