Julie Taymor will be eligible for a 2012 directing Tony for her work in "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," according to a recent decision from the Tony Awards Administration Committee.
An obsessive, destructive love transforms a caring husband into a bloodthirsty "Beast" in this perversely fascinating psychodrama from Danish helmer Christoffer Boe ("Reconstruction").
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Teen boys cope with first love while their female peer tries to negotiate the minefield of male attraction in Nawaf Al-Janahi's flat sophomore feature, "Sea Shadow."
Geoffrey Nauffts' "Next Fall," at the Geffen Playhouse, includes clashes over faith, sexuality and family; bright bon mots; a cast full of film and TV luminaries and the play's original helmer…
No complaints from me about today's juicy rumor that Ricky Gervais is in talks to take on the hosting gig for the Golden Globes again this year. A well-placed source close to the HFPA (mysterious!)…
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The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists will launch contract talks Monday with the Big Four broadcast nets and other producers for a successor agreement to its network code contract.
Raw eggs, confetti and a giant clay phallus are just a few of the stereoscopic missiles hurled in the viewer's direction by "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas."
IM Global has come on board to co-finance dramatic thriller "Blood" with BBC Films and starring Paul Bettany, Brian Cox and Stephen Graham.
The latest play by David Mamet, "The Anarchist," has targeted a Broadway run next fall in a production helmed by Mamet and toplined by Patti LuPone and Laurie Metcalf.
"Twilight" trio Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner were immortalized Thursday in Hollywood at a Hand and Foot Ceremony outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre. See pics below. Summit's…
The Weinstein Company is nearing a deal for U.S. rights to Paul Andrew Williams' "Song for Marion," toplining Gemma Arterton and Vanessa Redgrave.