The Netflix CEO is especially bullish on Google's Chromecast — touting the cheap adapter as "the all-time great stocking-stuffer" in an exclusive interview with Variety.
Electronics manufacturers have added new curves to its devices in an attempt to boost sales of everything from mobile phones to large HDTVs for the home.
As underscored by the recent movement on a couple of projects — including a developing stage version of "The Princess Bride" and a play adaptation of "Shakespeare in Love" gearing up for a 2014 West…
Beginning with "Beauty and the Beast" in 1994, Disney Theatrical Productions has mined The Mouse's material for the stage. Here's a look at its productions and projects being developed for the stage.
These should be banner times for the TV news organizations — Obamacare crises are good for ratings — but the newsies seem too caught up in internal melodramas and scheduling shuffles to…
The daughter of a surgeon and a nurse, Ellen Hoberman grew up believing from her father's example that health care was a universal right, not a privilege only for those with the means to pay.
Time Warner Cable shares rose more than 8% Friday after reports that Charter Communications — in association with John Malone's Liberty Media — is seeking financing to acquire the bigger operator…
Amanda Peet's play about the wretched (and lightly disguised) family of Bernie Madoff may not realize its ambitions, but it's not half bad in the hands of a superb cast led by Blythe Danner and Sarah…
Fox Searchlight and Chernin Entertainment have set up “Tolkien,” a pic in the vein of the J.M. Barrie biopic “Finding Neverland” that covers how author J.R.R. Tolkien came up with the world of…
Conversations between Gallic helmer Michel Gondry and philosopher/linguist/political activist Noam Chomsky become very animated indeed in "Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?"