Elvis Lives!


As fans worldwide celebrate what would have been Elvis’ 60th birthday on Jan. 8, “Forrest Gump” co-producer Steve Tisch has teamed with Gary Goodman to beat out several studios for the rights to…

As Time Goes By, Reality Bites


The reality genre is hot and still growing, but do these shows have an afterlife? Depends on who you ask. Clearly “Cops,” the grandfather of reality shows, is still as viable today as it was at its…

A Ghost Of A Chance


Recently a TV exec, commenting on the growth of reality shows joked that the next topic for a series would be postal workers. The only problem though will be running for cover when the show is…

Cop Trend Unabated In New Rosters


Imitation is the sincerest form of television – and reality programming is no different. The genre of reality shows, which started with Twentieth Television’s “Cops,” is showing no signs of slowing…

Oscar’s Prop. 187


There’s another “Best Film” award given every year, but it invariably receives less attention, just as the films produced in a foreign tongue generally make a tiny blip on the box office charts. Yet…

Oscars Reflect, Record History


Since 1927, when the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences was founded “to raise the cultural, educational and scientific standards” of American filmmaking, the Academy Awards traditionally…

Hollywood’s Emotional High


Best picture. It’s moviedom’s Big Enchilada, Hollywood’s E ticket to a ride into film history books- not to mention a practically foolproof guarantee of a second-time-around box office bonanza…

Sunday’s Settled


Completing the shakeup that began last month with the resignation of David Richards as chief theater critic, the New York Times has named Margo Jefferson Sunday theater critic, beginning next month…

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