The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has awarded $20,000 to the Palm Springs International ShortFest to fund the 2012 ShortFest Forums, a series of panels and master classes for…
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
X marks the spot this weekend with a pair of lively counterprogramming newbies, "The Lorax" and "Project X," likely to keep 2012's perfect year-over-year winning streak going at the domestic box…
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TOKYO -- Warner Bros. Intl. Television Prod. and TV Asahi, one of Japan's five major commercial networks, are teaming to co-produce TV content targeting the U.S. and Asia.
An idealistic young teacher heads to a poverty-stricken area of the Himalayas to change the world in "Kathmandu Lullaby," a film that shares its protag's good intentions but ticks off too many…
An intriguing but somewhat leaden take on an exiled woman's return to the refugee camp of her birth, "Wilaya" reps helmer Pedro Perez Rosado's return to a subject explored in his more absorbing…
Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone will attend the company's annual meeting next week after all.
Campaigning for the merger of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has heated up, with members now receiving automated calls from SAG president Ken…
Bruce Willis is set to star in Columbia Pictures' action-thriller "Five Against a Bullet," which Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Jordan Schur and David Mimran are developing.
"Safe House" helmer Daniel Espinosa is in early talks to helm "The Outsider" for Warner Bros., riding a wave a momentum after the Denzel Washington thriller just crossed the $100 million domestic…
The broadcast networks and a host of stations and studios have filed suit against Aereo, a service seeking to provide customers with Internet streams of major broadcast stations in the New York area.
Considering that it doesn’t hit the air until March 10, “Game Change” is getting a level of advance publicity that might be as high as it comes for an HBO movie, which is saying something. With…
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- Sylvester Stallone Says ‘Creed’ Feels Like Rocky Balboa’s Last Ride
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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