Voiceover: Aug. 29 marks the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. And while the city of New Orleans still has a long way to go toward recovery, there is a strong pulse.
After a pathetic $4.5 million opening, "Zoom" will come and go from theaters without making much of an impression. But Sony and Revolution's superhero comedy will live on in another way.
Tuning In: Comedy Central's William Shatner roast was supposed to showcase comedy's finest on a channel devoted to the craft. Yet the event mostly underscored how in disrepair the art of standup has…
No night will be as hotly contested in the fourth quarter as Tuesday, where an embarrassment of quality options await viewers of the broadcast nets.
Given the $135 million "Miami Vice" tab and its $57 million domestic gross (most international territories are yet to open), the Michael Mann TV-to-film adaptation will help put another nail in the…
"The Other Capote." That's not the actual title of the second biopic on author Truman Capote to hit screens in just over a year. But it has been Indiewood's de facto moniker for "Infamous," ever…
In theater, you have to be there, and you can't take it with you. But now legit events are expanding into other media -- meaning that sometimes you can take it with you.
Cellphone frenzied Italy has emerged as the fastest-growing market for DVB-H, a technology that turns cell phones into mini TV screens that's set to become the next billion-dollar industry for…
The "Music of the Night" will soon be the music that interrupts your dinner conversation.
For most Americans, the war in Iraq exists in an alternate universe, one accessed predominantly through television news. This fall, distribs will attempt to find out if auds will buy tickets to see…