The nerds may come to Comic-Con for the comicbooks, collectibles and chance to meet the creators of their favorite properties, but much of Hollywood also has the parties to hit up in San Diego.
Wednesday's Geffen Playhouse premiere of "The Exorcist" was an imaginative but pared-down adaptation starring Brooke Shields, Richard Chamberlain, Harry Groener and petite twentysomething Emily…
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"There's no business like show business" was a great lyric in its time, but today it might be revised to "There's no business like the celebrity business."
Few blockbusters have borne so heavy a burden of audience expectation as "The Dark Knight Rises," and Christopher Nolan steps up to the occasion with a cataclysmic vision of Gotham City under siege.
CBS and 20th Century Fox TV have begun negotiations on ordering at least one more additional season of "How I Met Your Mother."
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NBCUniversal has finalized its long-anticipated acquisition from Microsoft of the 50% of MSNBC Digital Network it doesn't own, the companies announced Sunday.
Does Comic-Con really matter anymore? That was the question around Hollywood in the weeks leading up to the nerd prom after Paramount, Fox and Universal all dropped out.
There's no confining TV at Comic-Con now.
A colorful, effervescent and more-than-slightly insane French comedy, actor-director Artus de Penguern's "Sex, Lies and Surgery" pays homage to and cheerfully spoofs American medical TV dramas, from…
Completed before 2010's "Mysteries of Lisbon" but only now arriving Stateside, the late Raul Ruiz's "Blind Revenge" reps an interesting case of one of cinema's most distinctive filmmakers functioning…
Equal parts pioneer saga, creation story and romantic soap opera, "Gei Oni (Valley of Strength)" is set in late 19th-century Palestine, amid a Jewish community that has fled the pogroms of czarist…