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Joshua Jackson has joined the cast of Showtime's drama pilot “The Affair.” He'll play a hard-edged cowboy who manages a ranch on Long Island and is married to a woman who begins an affair with a…
Omari Hardwick will star in “Power,” an hourlong drama from Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson set up at Starz. Hardwick will play James “Ghost” St. Patrick, a wealthy Gotham nightclub owner who lives a double…
Three years after his last underwhelming adventure, the half-blood son of Poseidon returns to bastardize Greek mythology once again
Having already locked in its two heroes, Fox and director Matthew Vaughn look one step closer to gearing up production on “The Secret Service” with Samuel L. Jackson now set to play the villain. Pic…
At a time when gaming franchises like "Call of Duty," "Halo" and "Assassin's Creed" are stealing younger auds away from TV shows, Mark Burnett is taking Spike TV's videogame awards directly to gamers.
GUADALAJARA - Already paying significantly more for mainstream indie titles, Brazil is beginning to open up to arthouse movies as well.
While studying cinematography at Rome's Cinecitta Studios, Mark Jackson decided to shirk his classes and abandon the Eternal City.
While it could use a little tightening, "God's Plot" is one homegrown Shotgun hit that might well take root in other venues.
The Weinstein Co.'s "The Artist" and HBO Documentary Films' local-themed doc "Hard Times: Lost on Long Island" picked up audience kudos at the Hamptons Film Festival Sunday night.
In its 37th year, the Deauville American Film Festival is building up its professional presence with a second spotlight on U.S. TV drama and the creation of a mini-mart called the Film Corner.