Anne V. has joined the cast of Fox's "A Good Day to Die Hard," starring Bruce Willis and Jai Courtney.
John Stamos, Seth MacFarlane Honor Fox’s Dana Walden, Gary Newman at Alliance for Children’s Rights Dinner
‘Eye in the Sky’ Stars Aaron Paul and Helen Mirren Debate Drone Warfare, Honor Alan Rickman
‘Miracles From Heaven’s’ Jennifer Garner Thinks Audiences Will Fall in Love With the Beam Family’s Strength
‘A Night at Sardi’s’ Closes With Jason Alexander, Eric McCormack, Steven Weber and a ‘Big Bang’
Producer J.J. Abrams Has ‘a Bigger Plan’ In Store for His ‘Cloverfield’ Films
Chris Lowell, who starred on "Private Practice" and played the male lead in "The Help," is set to make his feature directorial debut with the indie drama "Beside Still Waters."
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Fox is once again leading the charge in upfront sales, as the network kickstarted its dealmaking Thursday afternoon in response to strong demand for TV time.
Just two weeks after suffering B.O. debacle "Battleship," Universal is seeking swift salvation from "Snow White and the Huntsman" -- though instead it appears the studio is bracing for another round…
A spirited game of musical release dates took place in Hollywood on Thursday, as Steven Spielberg's "Robopocalypse" was bounced back a year into 2014, clearing its July 3, 2013, slot.
The federal appellate ruling overturning the Defense of Marriage Act does not address a constitutional right to same-sex marriage, but federal recognition in states that do allow gay nuptials. That…
EDINBURGH -- Participants from 47 countries, from Australia to Zimbabwe, are set to make the 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe the largest it's ever been, with the August event skedding 2,695 shows for…
The Mouse House has tapped Alan Horn as chairman of the Walt Disney Studios, effective June 11. He replaces Rich Ross, who exited in April.
The American Film Institute has tapped cinematographer Wally Pfister to receive its Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal.
Denis O'Hare has signed on to appear opposite Amy Adams in the Public Theater's upcoming Shakespeare in the Park production of tuner "Into the Woods."
Auds stayed glued to the feud Wednesday, as History's finale of miniseries "Hatfields and McCoys" drew a whopping 14.3 million viewers.
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