Former Texas governor Ann Richards, one of the Lone Star State's more colorful and outspoken figures, is impersonated with full frontal feistiness in "Ann," a solo play written and performed by…
Will Arnett, Ben Schwartz Face Off in ‘Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege’ for Charity
Brad Pitt on ‘The Big Short’s’ Message: ‘Things Need to Be Regulated’ in Financial Industry
‘Carol,’ ‘Still Alice’ Producers Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler Celebrate 20 Years of Filmmaking
Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander Celebrate a Historic Love Story at ‘The Danish Girl’ Premiere
Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, ‘SNL’ Cast Support Sciences at American Museum of Natural History Gala
"Beneath the Darkness" is a malformed, would-be horror shocker with a deliriously deranged performance by Dennis Quaid, who unfortunately seems to be the only one onboard who thinks he's in a comedy.
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Leaders of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have voted to send out for member ratification a three-year successor agreement with record labels.
China's two biggest online video site operators, New York Stock Exchange-listed Youku and Tudou, are locked in a bitter court battle, with each accusing the other of pirating their licensed video…
A&E is making a major push in its reality division with the addition of three new execs.
Longtime TV lit agent David Park has been upped to partner status at UTA.
Conversations with Gary Oldman and George Clooney will be part of the 23rd annual Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival Talking Pictures lineup, which focuses on the films and faces emerging in this…
Chris Columbus is getting into the young-adult fiction market with a new series from HarperCollins, "House of Secrets." The trilogy will be written with YA writer Ned Vizzini and published by…
Warner Bros.' live-action "Akira" remake has hit another speed-bump on its long road to starting production.
For the first time since 2008, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is bestowing an Academy Award of Merit Oscar statuette to one of its Scientific and Technical Award honorees.
"Are You There, Chelsea?" -- which somewhat confusingly casts "That '70s Show's" Laura Prepon as a twentysomething Handler-inspired character, with the comic playing her "judge-y, super-Christian…
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