New play "Bill W. and Dr. Bob," about the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, receives an Off Broadway berth at New World Stages in February.
With Thursday's Golden Globe announcements, awards season is in high gear. But, amid all this excitement, let's not forget some hard-working people who don't receive awards but who contribute so much…
New York Times legit critic Charles Isherwood has scored the Nathan Award, a criticism laurel administered by Cornell U. and endowed by the late critic George Jean Nathan.
A family-pic fracas is brewing this weekend at the multiplexes as Fox's reimagined classic "Charlotte's Web" stacks up against Paramount's fantasy pic "Eragon."
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.'s studio tally placed Paramount in the lead with 15 noms, followed by Warner Bros. with 13. But such figures are a headache-inducing anachronism in a world of…
In a wide-open year, it's interesting to see what was nominated -- and almost as interesting to see what wasn't. Golden Globe no-shows like "United 93" and pics with low tallies like "Flags of Our…
The Globes unveiling on Thursday offered more than its share of surprises.
The Parents Television Council held up Fox and specifically "Family Guy" as the biggest contributors to the negative portrayal of religion on television.
In a year marked by a studio comeback, the indies still earned plenty of love from the Hollywood Foreign Press -- more love than some had expected.
Film and television parking production assistants and coordinators held a labor rally Thursday outside NBC-Universal headquarters in Gotham.
The Producers Guild of America has selected vidgame designer Will Wright as the recipient of its 2007 Vanguard Award. The kudos, aimed at recognizing "outstanding achievement in new media and…