MGM announced four appointments in its TV department: Vicky Gregorian as senior veep of domestic television distribution, Susan Hummel as senior veep of U.S. basic cable and Canada television, Damien…
Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, the non-profit organization devoted to securing health care for uninsured musicians, is establishing "A Night of Sweet Relief," a nationwide live music event on Oct. 15.
"Body of Proof" exec producer Matthew Gross has signed a three-year extension of his current overall deal at ABC Studios.
An amiable if toothless Canadian satire of Hollywood Westerns, "Gunless" spoofs a type of romantic oater so old-fashioned that the result feels more nostalgic than parodic.
An all-consuming first love haunts the heart of a young French girl for the good part of decade in "Goodbye First Love," the deeply satisfying third feature of Gallic scribe-helmer Mia Hansen-Love…
To say "Mami Blue" lacks the budget and the cojones of the film that inspired it, Ridley Scott's "Thelma & Louise," is not to condemn it out of hand.
Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr's "American Translation" is the kind of disjointed film that gives smutty French art cinema a bad name.
With no buyer in sight, Borders Group has asked court approval to turn the bankrupt bookstore chain over to liquidators, with store closures to begin as early as Friday.
America was caught up in soccer fever Sunday afternoon, as ESPN's coverage of the U.S. women's World Cup Finals match against Japan drew a whopping 13.5 million viewers.
When it comes to digital game sales, GameStop is still an also ran – but the company is making a series of moves that are starting to raise eyebrows among industry observers, who say it seems on…