About 35 years ago, John Lennon declared the Beatles more popular than Jesus. Well, careers go up and down, but right now, Jesus is again Da Man.
Local production is moribund, foreign shoots are few and far between. But Francesca Fisher isn't letting grim reality stop her from building her dream studio.
On April 8, Stephen Belber's "Match" debuts at the Plymouth Theater. When was the last time that Broadway hosted the world preem of a play by a writer making his Broadway debut? So far, everyone…
Daniel Petrie Jr. is about to get a lot more famous in Hollywood. Petrie, whose previous brush with fame came with an Oscar nom for "Beverly Hills Cop," leads the WGA West into what will likely be…
South Korean cinema is teeming with blockbusters backed by big bucks these days, but a local documentary about the lives of former North Korean spies is defying the odds to gain attention, raising…
Road grosses dipped 1.3% to $13,893,687 during Week 44 (March 22-28). "The Lion King" in Indianapolis topped the list with a hefty $1,234,609 take.
When a ragtag band of ICM emigres opened Endeavor almost a decade ago, few of the town's insiders predicted survival for the upstart talent agency.
Toho's upcoming release "Appleseed" is not the usual Japanese manga comicbook brought to the screen. None of Japan's traditional animation talents is involved in the film, a 3-D CGI production about…
Strands: London gets a new venue -- well, a revamped one, actually -- starting in late May, when the Whitehall Theater, once known for the riotous Brian Rix comedies that inspired the phrase…
Cable-broadcast crossovers are increasingly common -- and lucrative -- these days. Just witness the Nielsen jolt Bravo's "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" got when NBC slotted episodes on its…