CANNES -- Netflix has acquired U.K. soccer drama "United," starring David Tennant, the story of the Manchester United team that lost eight team members in an air disaster.
Katie Holmes Talks Supporting First-Time Directors at ‘Touched With Fire’ Premiere
Robert De Niro Jokes Around With Honoree Harvey Weinstein at amfAR New York Gala
Ben Stiller: ‘Zoolander 2’ Was More Difficult to Make Than a ‘Transformers’ Sequel
Morgan Freeman Discusses the Roles He Isn’t Offered at AARP’s Movies for Grownups Awards
‘Better Call Saul’s’ Bob Odenkirk, Showrunners Talk Jimmy McGill’s Transition to Saul Goodman at Season 2 Premiere
Following the U.K. and worldwide box office success of "The Woman in Black," Hammer Films is reteaming with author Susan Hill for a follow-up dubbed "The Woman in Black: Angels of Death."
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German TV companies dip into the past for epic skeins that woo huge auds
Germany's TV landscape is divided among pubcasters ARD and ZDF and commercial players RTL and ProSieben and Sat.1. While the pubcasters focus on older-skewing, locally produced series and movies, the…
The hottest ticket last week was not to "The Hunger Games" but rather to the Supreme Court's arcane deliberations on ObamaCare. Arguably the subtext of both shows dealt with life and death.
TODAY: The Film Society of Lincoln Center honors Catherine Deneuve at its 39th annual Chaplin Award Gala. Alice Tully Hall. Filmlinc.com
Diana and Jason Egenberg, a girl, Abigail Reese Egenberg, March 22, Burbank. Mother's non-pro; father's a talent agent at UTA.
Few things are more sacrosanct in TV than a network's logo. But today, 29 channels across the cable dial will turn their logos blue in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day.
Dom Rossi has been promoted to veep of Eastern sales at Fox News Channel. Roger Domal has been upped to veep of client relations. Rossi joined the cabler five years ago form CBS; Domal has been with…
The Getty Research Center is mounting a tribute to "High Noon" helmer Fred Zinnemann this month with a screening series to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the landmark Western.
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- Diane Ladd Blasts Studios’ ‘Greed and Corruption’ for Pushing Leading Roles as Supporting
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Kevin Smith: ‘Yoga Hosers’ Is ‘The Movie I Wanted to See When I Was a 12-Year-Old Girl’
Riley Keough and Jena Malone on ‘Lovesong’s’ Experimental Feel
Ellen Burstyn on What Makes ‘Wiener-Dog’ Director Todd Solondz’s Style So Unique
‘The Danish Girl’ Production Designer on Expressing Emotions of Eddie Redmayne’s Lili
John Legend and ‘Underground’ Cast on Bringing the Story of the Underground Railroad to New Audiences
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