For a Jerry Bruckheimer film that has struggled to around $51 million in the U.S., "King Arthur" is proving to be a far more valiant performer overseas, without sending exhibs or audiences into…
Apparently viewers are ready to get fooled again.
Discovery Networks' "Reel Race" will be its first Asian-produced reality TV series to air internationally.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Meet Jay Roth, Hollywood's new Lew Wasserman. Through a series of unexpected events, the DGA's national exec director looks like the showbiz point person on making a deal to ensure Hollywood's labor…
If the incredible buzz and boffo box office business done by "The Passion of the Christ" and "Fahrenheit 9/11" has taught us one thing, it's that controversy sells.
Nora Dunn and Lynn Whitfield will star in the world premiere of "White Chocolate," an Off Broadway play by New Yorker cartoonist William Hamilton about a white, upper-class husband and wife who wake…
The Swift Boat ads weren't the only political spots causing controversy last week.
Call it flying the home flag with a twist. While Italo pics have always been a fixture at the Venice Film Festival, fest topper Marco Muller has found a different way of displaying local fare.
An Egyptian, a Syrian Jew and a Palestinian Mormon walk into a club. . .
And you thought some of the results from the Olympics were close. Just one-tenth of a ratings point separated NBC and Fox in last year's key battle for supremacy among viewers 18-49, and all signs…
Voiceover: The call from the king was my favorite Olympics moment this year.