It's being promoted as "Big Brother," but India's version of Endemol's reality show will seem tame to western audiences used to the sexy shenanigans that go on among the six male and six female…
"Suddenly, he knew. The problem was not Nina Jacobson or Dick Cook or Oren Aviv. He wasn't looking at three individuals. They had morphed into one, the embodiment of the company they worked for, and…
Tuning in: Every summer when TV critics convene to cross-examine executives, producers and stars, there is an inevitable attempt to translate the primetime lineups into Freudian analysis of the…
It's shaping up to be a dry summer for the broadcast nets. In recent years the warm-weather months have given the webs a great opportunity to plant seeds with unscripted projects that were a bit…
Denim-shirted moguls still trek diligently to Herb Allen's Sun Valley retreat each summer. But the press that follows them may be growing tired of the chase.
Michael Ritchie was rather surprised the first time he was pitched Kander & Ebb's "Curtains." It was in the late 1990s when he was running the Williamstown Theater Festival. Here was this large-scale…
Do the geeks still matter? Even as Comic-Con attendance soars past 100,000 and Hollywood spends more time and energy courting and coddling geekdom, it's a fair question.
London Eye: When the Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival opens Aug. 14 with the world premiere of Douglas Mackinnon's debut movie "The Flying Scotsman," it will mark the climax of an extraordinary odyssey…
Nicolas Cage swears by him. Oprah Winfrey has booked him on her show twice. Jada Pinkett Smith and Denise Richards have turned up on his show to sing his praises.
Where there was noise, now there is silence. Lebanon's hitherto thriving cultural scene has become another casualty of the Israeli bombardment of the country. Traditionally a time for film and music…