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David Lee (III)
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David Ellison is in talks to purchase the Santa Monica post office for his Skydance Productions banner. A rep for Ellison declined to comment. Lee Polster of WestMac, who repped Ellison on the…
This sprawling, highly fictional biopic of longtime White House butler Eugene Allen is at once gratuitously sentimental and genuinely rousing.
The Writers Guild of America on Sunday unveiled its list of the “101 Best Written TV Series of All Time,” topped by HBO’s “The Sopranos.” The mob drama created by David Chase (pictured above right…
Megan Hilty and Aaron Lazar have been tapped to star in a staged reading this summer of "Can-Can," the Cole Porter tuner gearing up for a Broadway revival helmed by TV vet David Lee. A thesp's…
By Robert Mitchell LONDON The film and television industries need to learn a new language to fully release the potential of 3D technology and engage with the audience. This was a key argument…
Ang Lee stayed stuck to his awards season line about vfx, praising the artists but condemning the costs, at a "Life of Pi" Blu-ray press event in New York.
Tiger parents might rethink their child-rearing techniques after watching "Pluto," a bloodcurdling juvenile crime-thriller in which students are happy to cheat, rape and kill for grades.
By the end of Jesse Vile's engaging docu, even those who had never heard of Jason Becker will probably leave as fans.
A gently transporting work of all-ages entertainment that melds a harrowing high-seas adventure with a dreamy meditation on the very nature of storytelling.
Overlapping narratives-within-narratives abound in "Romance Joe," but a puzzle-like resolution never arrives in South Korean helmer Lee Kwang-kuk's fanciful first feature.