Ask any filmmaker or actor to name the most essential skills a costume designer can have, and the answer is never an eye for color or an encyclopedic knowledge of fashion.
Olivia Wilde on Fighting to Fund Her Crime Drama ‘Meadowland’
Don Cheadle’s ‘Miles Ahead’ Feels the Love at New York Film Festival
‘The Walking Dead’ Fan Premiere: A Complete Recap With Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus and Cast and Crew
‘Steve Jobs’ Director Danny Boyle Praises Aaron Sorkin: ‘In Cinema Terms He Is Your Greatest Writer’
Eli Roth Drops Blood, Keanu Reeves Enjoys Playing Victim at ‘Knock Knock’ Premiere
Spotlight on bigscreen newbies who might attract Oscar attention.
SUBSCRIBE TO VARIETY TODAY.
Barbie is going to spend a lot more time in the makeup chair.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences -- or actually, less than one-half percent of its 16,000 members -- will select a new chairman this week in an election that will help determine not only the…
"Win Win" writer-director Tom McCarthy has set up a two-year first-look deal with OddLot Entertainment, covering film, TV and all media outside of McCarthy's acting work.
ICM blazed a trail for Hollywood talent rep firms in the fall of 2005 when private equity concern Rizvi Traverse Management became the majority owner of the agency.
In a test to see whether it can sell more DVDs and Blu-rays to consumers on the go, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has teamed with British retailer HMV to create a virtual store on city streets.
The Main Stem's upcoming musical comedy "Nice Work If You Can Get It" has set an opening date of April 24 at the Imperial Theater.
The Cinema Audio Society is honoring director Rob Marshall with its filmmaker award at the CAS Awards on Feb. 18 at the Millennium-Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
Classic Stage Company's revival of Anton Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" will continue for two weeks longer than originally skedded at the Off Broadway house.
Disney is stepping up its efforts to court parents to the company's various products by purchasing Babble Media, a platform for more than 200 influential mommy bloggers.
- Quentin Tarantino Says He Cut Two Different Versions of ‘The Hateful Eight’ (EXCLUSIVE)
- Bryan Singer Looks Back at 20 Years of ‘The Usual Suspects’ at San Pedro Fest
- Oscars: Modern Gadgetry, Dusted-Off Technology Highlight Cinematography Race
- ‘Suffragette’ Writer Didn’t Set Out to Make a Feminist Film
- Triptyk Studios, New York, New York
- Petrol Advertising, Burbank, California
- Bridgewater Associates, Westport, Connecticut
- Company Confidential, Aspen, Colorado
- Save the Children, Fairfield, Connecticut