J.C. Chandor ("All Is Lost"), Ryan Coogler ("Fruitvale Station"), Scott Cooper ("Out of the Furnace"), Steve McQueen ("12 Years a Slave") and John Wells ("August: Osage County") joined in a Focus on…
The current campaign has already offered more than a half-dozen pictures that could have blown away the competition in a weaker year, with two dozen other films also jostling for the up-to-10…
The most corrosive aspect of these countdowns thus resides in a media that has become almost cavalier about crying wolf -- and perhaps of more concern, a public gullible enough or simply so inured to…
The social media platform is partnering with TV programs, networks and A-list celebs to cultivate and curate conversations about TV in a variety of ways.
Richard Curtis said he will stop making movies after his latest offering, "About Time," opens this week.
Anthony Wilcox makes an uncertain feature-helming debut with this low-key but contrived day-in-the-life comedy.
Madison Avenue is placing new importance on the Oscars. ABC has sold out its advertising inventory for its March 2 broadcast of the Academy Awards, according to media buyers and other people familiar…
Universal is looking to get the gears moving on a feature adaptation of “It Takes a Thief,” bringing on Greg Russo to pen the script. Inspired by the 1970s TV show created by Roland Kibbee and…
"(Hollywood Boulevard) is a celebration of entertainment, a celebration of celebrity, yet there is a darkness to it, and almost a haunted nature about the whole thing," says Jane's Addiction…
Matt Zoller Seitz's book "The Wes Anderson Collection" deconstructs the filmmaker, and talks of his influences, from Fellini and Bergman to Charles Schulz.