The face on the billboard leers down over Highland, half-lidded and haunting in black and white. The image has branded "The Room," a self-distributed directorial debut so hopelessly amateurish that…
Culture vultures remember with fondness the 1980s and early '90s when primetime TV listings would teem with BBC costume dramas on A&E, and serious foreign films (subtitles and all) on Bravo.
Some French filmmakers dream of making movies in Hollywood. Francis Veber is content simply to live there.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Theresa Rebeck looks certain to make a scene -- make that "The Scene" -- in New York in the near future. Rebeck's play, about the soulless lives of four Gotham-dwelling media types, emerged as a…
The WB's "Pepper Dennis" had several things going for it: Strong writing, a talented cast (including lead Rebecca Romijn) and favorable reviews.
After years of false starts, Hollywood agencies are finally suiting up for the sports game. The question is: Will the percenteries' new divisions have what it takes to play in the big leagues?
Ever since A&E dropped the "A" from its lineup in favor of reality shows like "Dog the Bounty Hunter," arts aficionados, while not exactly on a starvation diet, have had to sustain themselves with…
In a caged room at the sleek Santa Monica offices of Movielink are a set of servers that recently started housing digital, downloadable versions of most movies Hollywood will release in 2006.
The West End revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Whistle Down the Wind" has one big advantage: It got in early. The show's March 27 opening put it ahead of an astonishing pack of 13 more tuners opening…
On April 4, while many in the entertainment business were preoccupied with news of Katie Couric's move to CBS, the folks at "Entertainment Tonight" and "Access Hollywood" had another priority: the…
This season, Doors songs have broke on through, popping up in TV's "Alias," "Entourage," "Sons & Daughters" and about 10 other shows; the upcoming Sony film "Perfect Stranger" will feature a Doors…