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Ketchup Entertainment has acquired Evan Jackson Leong's “Linsanity” and will release the documentary on Oct. 4. The Jeremy Lin doc, which premiered at Sundance, will launch in Boston, Los Angeles…
This good, middlebrow adaptation of John Banville's Booker Prize-novel sacrifices structural intricacy for Masterpiece-style emotional accessibility.
“Under the Dome,” the biggest summer scripted play by CBS in years, opened very well on Monday, logging the best opening-night demo score for any drama since NBC's “Revolution” last September…
Thanks to Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, and competition among international players, the five biggest studios are seeing a surge in licensing fees -- including coin earlier in a show's run -- but…
Ketchup Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Michael Polish's “Big Sur,” starring Jean-Marc Barr, Kate Bosworth, Josh Lucas, Radha Mitchell and Anthony Edwards. Five-year-old Ketchup made the…
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art's "Stanley Kubrick," the first retrospective of the late filmmaker's work in the U.S., reveals the almost maniacal research that the director of such films as…
The Los Angeles Kings are good for a lot more than bringing a Stanley Cup to the city every 45 years. Turns out actors can network at their games, too.
Robert Redford's unabashedly heartfelt but competent tribute to 1960s idealism won't spark riots at the box office.
An uncompromising depiction of an elderly man's battle to retain his dignity while those around him are seeking to strip him of it, "The Stoning of Saint Stephen" is both appalling and moving.
The physical beauty and sexual magnetism the stars bring to these iconic characters would surely delight Tennessee Williams.