Special f/x legend and stop motion animation pioneer Ray Harryhausen died Tuesday morning in London. He was 92.
Despite the inevitable franchise fatigue, this solid production still delivers more than enough of what fans expect.
Warner's "Jack the Giant Slayer" had an exceptionally long genesis dating back to the 20th Century. At least that's the way screenwriter Darren Lemke told it at Tuesday's preem at the Chinese.
Jason London has joined the cast of indie romantic comedy "Roswell FM" opposite Brendan Fehr and Mirelly Taylor.
In Showtime's new comedy discussion show "The Green Room With Paul Provenza," it's suggested that Richard Pryor "ruined three or four generations of black comics."
Producer Charles H. Schneer, who worked with Ray Harryhausen on films including "Jason and the Argonauts," died Jan. 21 in Boca Raton, Fla. He was 88.
NBC is developing a new take on "Jason and the Argonauts," which would be produced as the first-ever green-screen drama developed for primetime.
"There Will Be Blood" and "No Country for Old Men" benefited from their distinct Western looks at Saturday's 12th annual Art Directors Guild Awards, nabbing awards for production design in a period…
The Art Directors Guild has tapped Ray Harryhausen to receive its Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery Award.
Depicting mythical events using puppetry and other simple, theatrical flourishes, "Argonautika" gracefully flows from episode to episode with injections of humor and a philosophical perspective…
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