• Film

Neuchatel trips light fantastic

By

BERLIN -- Ciaran Foy's nightmarish urban thriller "Citadel," Boris Rodriguez's cannibal comedy "Eddie," Franck Khalfoun's "Maniac" and Pat Holden's "When the Lights Went Out" are among the pics…

  • Film

Mauregui preps ‘1922’

By

MADRID -- Argentina's Martin Mauregui, a co-scribe on Pablo Trapero "Lion's Den," "Carancho" and "White Elephant," is prepping his directorial debut, "1922."

The entertainment industry’s most trusted source.
SUBSCRIBE TO VARIETY TODAY.
  • Film

Marco Mueller rebuilds Rome fest

By

LONDON -- The Rome Film Festival is upping the ante. New artistic director Marco Mueller said Tuesday the event would world preem 60 pics in a new-look Official Selection as the former Venice fest…

Andy Griffith dies at age 86

By

Andy Griffith, whose downhome Southern charm suffused many of the characters he played on television, film and stage, died Tuesday at his home on Roanoke Island, N.C., following a long illness. He…

Want more Variety? SUBSCRIBE TODAY.
  • TV

Spreading TV’s wealth, cheaply

By

Oxygen will soon premiere "I'm Having Their Baby," a series about women giving up yet-to-be-born kids for adoption. In a zeitgeist-y way, the show represents the perfect unscripted complement to "The…

A standup hero

By

Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld surprised comedy manager-producer George Shapiro by delivering impromptu standup sets at the Beverly Hilton on Saturday night.

Betting on kudos replay

By

Honorees at the BET Awards tried to outdo each other's jokes during the three-hour kudofest Sunday at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium.

  • Film

New spin for old yarn

By

Sony's Los Angeles premiere for "The Amazing Spider-Man" shut down several blocks in Westwood on Thursday night, causing traffic problems that delayed the stars' arrival on the red carpet.

Videos

Marketplace