"'On the Road' was birthed three blocks from where we stand tonight," helmer Walter Salles said at Thursday's preem of IFC's movie version.
Scribes ascribe to life-affirming words and stories in 2012
World of Wonder celebrated its 21st birthday and its entry into book publishing at Universal Studios' Globe Theater with a spirited holiday party and a red carpet.
Who knows where the time goes? As another action-packed year in showbiz and media draws to a close, it's a good time to make a mental inventory of the people and companies poised to make news in 2013.
There's something about the script of "Argo" that helps pace the action and works as a kind of governor on what could have been a straightforward ticking-clock earnestly riveting "this really…
David O. Russell's screen-adaptation of Matthew Quick's debut novel, "Silver Linings Playbook," is a stunning example of guile and deception.
Best in the biz find cinematic delights in stories of complexity and nuance.
All but one of the scenes in Michael Haneke's precise and rigorous screenplay for "Amour" take place within the confines of the apartment where, with the onset of the wife's sudden illness, a long…
Perhaps the cops think police dramas are unrealistic. Maybe doctors scoff at medical movies. But when it comes to Wall Street, Hollywood gets it right.
A producer once said to me, "A screenplay is not a blueprint for filming a movie; it's an argument for making a movie."
One thing's clear this awards season -- the U.S.'s economic climate has had an impact on movie villains and bigscreen protagonists.