Open Road Films has acquired domestic distribution rights to the Joby Harold-penned conspiracy thriller "The Key Man," with plans for a wide theatrical release and a significant P&A commitment.
Stacey Silverman has been named veep of television for Alloy Entertainment.
Even though the concert was billed as "Journey to India," Sunday's concert was as much a showcase for A.R. Rahman journey from India.
A comedic rendering of Shakespeare's majestic iambic pentameter delivered in the sharply rising and falling cadences of colloquial Yiddish.
If heterosexual lovers of juvenile sex comedies require regular helpings of "American Pie," equal-opportunity exploitation entitles gay male auds to a steady diet of "Eating Out."
"Happy" ponders contemporary happiness via visits with folks around the globe who've chased down that bluebird.
The anonymity of the Internet is both a blessing and a curse for the physically handicapped 20-year-old in "Romeo Eleven," the fragile and touching feature debut of Serbo-Canuck scribe-helmer Ivan…
"Hood to Coast" follows the titular 197-mile relay race, the largest in the world, with 1,000 teams of 12 runners each.
Rex Bell Jr., a former actor in Westerns, former district attorney of Clark County (Las Vegas) and son of silent film legend Clara Bow, died Saturday after a battle with cancer. He was 76.
For the record, I'm a big fan of Mary McNamara, the television critic for the Los Angeles Times. That said, I have to disagree in part with her latest column, in which she mulls over what qualifies…