It may be a French cultural phenomenon, but Gallic box office smash "Intouchables" (Untouchable) has roots that are planted as deeply in Hollywood as they are in the soil of the typical French comedy.
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With her second film, "Where Do We Go Now?" Lebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki is once again tearing down stereotypes about women in the Middle East.
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The stock market was a roller coaster last year. And like that amusement park staple, it left its riders where they started. The S&P 500 Index ended 2011 essentially unchanged -- the first time…
Broadway insiders welcomed "Glee" star Darren Criss to the Great White Way with a cocktail reception Jan. 9 at the Darby, and Criss returned the favor with a mini-concert for the revelers.
It was business as usual at the 2011 international box office. And business is booming.
DVD screeners just seem so late-20th century in the age of streaming video and digital downloads. But studios have been slow to embrace the high-tech option for reaching Academy voters -- in part due…
Thanks in part to "Margin Call's" boffo day-and-date digital release last fall, this could be the year that Sundance dealmakers begin to see on-demand distribution not just as an add-on or…
Eight of 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million, with "Mary Poppins" tallying north of $2 million in Week 32 (Jan. 2-8) to make it the week's leader over perennial top grosser "Wicked." Total box…
The January post-holiday slump doesn't usually make for auspicious Broadway debuts. But that didn't stop "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" from logging a stellar first week for the…
While traditional investors may have gotten skittish, film fans are stepping up to help fund the indies they most want to see.
Andy Serkis has made a name for himself playing apes of the giant and genius variety, as well as a misshapen Middle Earth monster obsessed with a ring.
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