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Emily White (II)
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: Myriad Pictures, Myriad Pictures, Myriad Pictures
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HBO’s relationship with “The Newsroom’s” Emily Mortimer is being strengthened as the pay TV company picks up Mortimer’s comedy “Doll & Em.” The six-episode halfhour series, from King Bee Prods.…
The pretty-boy image of Channing Tatum may have gotten its first major box office blemish.
Fox's estrogen-infused buddy comedy "The Heat," which estimated a strong $40 million opening, easily won the arm-wrestling match with Sony's bro actioner "White House Down" as it sputtered with a…
A welcome throwback to an earlier, more generously entertaining era of summer blockbusters, grounded in an immensely appealing star turn by Channing Tatum.
In this modern era of 3D, effects-laden movie spectacles, some of Hollywood's most prolific indie directors are making a colorful splash into black-and-white.
Many laughs were shared as stars of Showtime's "Shameless" gathered for a special June 4 screening, reception and panel moderated by Chelsea Handler. "I've been drinking since I was 16 knowing I was…
Emily Blunt is finalizing a deal to join Disney’s musical “Into the Woods” that Rob Marshall will direct for the studio. Chris Pine and Jake Gyllenhaal also are in talks to join the film, which…
David Arquette will star in crime-action series "Cleaners," among the six original shows and two feature-length films Sony Pictures Television's Crackle online video network has slated for 2013…
"The ultimate message," said helmer Dante Ariola, "is that you can take on other identities, but in the end you gotta own up to who you really are."
Mary Zimmerman's latest adaptation finds her inventive stagecraft as alluring as ever, and by the end, this Buddhist fable achieves its own poetic gravitas.
Playwright Ayad Akhtar really sticks it to upper-class liberals in "Disgraced," his blistering social drama about the racial prejudices that secretly persist in progressive cultural circles.