After spending four months touring the country in a trickedout school bus, Zach Ingrasci and Chris Temple found an easier way to get their film about global poverty to the world: Hulu.
From the April 23, 2013 issue of Variety
Facebook isn't making a phone — yet. But when AT&T stores started selling the HTC First on April 12, Facebook got one step closer to fi xing one of its biggest problems: not having a major mobile…
When Tom Hanks saw Bruce Glikas at the Broadway opening of "Lucky Guy," he shouted out, "It's the busiest working man in show business!"
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Ask Jane Fonda about getting her hands and feet immortalized in concrete at the Chinese Theater and the thesp says, "I'm very excited; I was hoping this would happen before I died."
The T.J. Martell Foundation — which funds research for cancer, leukemia and AIDS treatment — was started as a music industry organization, and its board reads like a who's-who of Gothambased label…
"Without Walls" at the La Jolla Playhouse; A festival of about a dozen site-specific works, including a new piece about sea monsters staged on the beach by puppeteer Basil Twist.
There are a number of reasons for the slowdown and we've all heard them: With more choices for entertainment, the target audience (young males) is simply not as movie-oriented.
Inside the online revival of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," where production and distribution are getting a radical rethink.
Forgive Bob Wright for feeling a sense of deja vu lately, inasmuch as recent headlines surrounding network television appear to keep recycling issues he faced during his 20-year tenure as president…
Call it experiential; call it immersive; call it event theater. The work itself is often impossible to describe.
The large-scale destructiveness he has previously wreaked upon public and private property (including entire cities), Michael Bay visits on the human body in "Pain & Gain," a pulverizing steroidal…