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NBC has pulled the plug on its Hillary Clinton biopic miniseries, making it official a few hours after CNN confirmed it was nixing a planned documentary on the presumed Democratic presidential…
Newark Mayor Cory Booker, a rising star on the Democratic stage and a favorite of Hollywood’s donor community, won a primary election on Tuesday in the special election to succeed Frank Lautenberg in…
Any playwright can stick celebrity facsimiles together in a room; it takes real talent not only to render those portraits believable but also to invest the encounter with dramatic weight. In "One…
The playful mixture of fantasy superheroics and real-world teen angst that floated culty graphic-novel-derived films "Kick-Ass" and "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" translates more unevenly to the stage…
A self-serious eco-thriller assembled with a competent but heavy hand, "A Dark Truth" decries corporate corruption and Third World oppression in an all-too-obvious manner.
A Quebec film school graduate takes her camera to the traveling amusement park where she has a summer job in "Fair Sex," by Canuck scribe-helmer Martin Laroche ("Modernaire").
This brittle, beautifully understated San Fernando Valley character study has a bright fest future ahead.
Theatrical shingle Masque Sound can certainly attest to the fact that Broadway doesn't sound like it used to.
Hollywood bio-dram about the demeaning career options for black actresses going back to the 1930s smartly showcases scribe's comic gifts.
Based on the popular Aimee Bender novel "An Invisible Sign of My Own," pic is an offbeat fable in which Jessica Alba steps out of her comfort zone, and obsessive-compulsive disorder gets thrust front…
Actor Mark Rylance truly shines Jez Butterworth's 'Jerusalem,' a comedy about a dope dealer holding out against the forces of gentrification overtaking the English countryside.