Ahmad Abdalla's follow-up to "Microphone" is a nihilistic look at the poorest strata of Egyptian society in the throes of the 2011 Revolution.
Egyptians are hoping things settle down soon, but they are very concerned. Case in point: producer Mohamed Hefzy.
Somebody up there likes Dan St. Germain. And that somebody clearly has a direct line to Comedy Central's programming staff.
A Manhattan native with an unhurried, laid-back delivery, Michael Che has quickly become one of the busiest figures on his hometown's comedy circuit.
After co-financing three films that made more than $300 million worldwide in 2013, David Ellison's Skydance Productions has closed a deal to reup with Paramount Pictures. The new deal will extend the…
Legendary Bollywood baddie Pran died July 12 in Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital where he was admitted after having respiratory problems. He was 93. He played such familiar villains as the evil landowner…
Disney has released the first trailer for “Saving Mr. Banks,” starring Oscar winners Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson. Directed by John Lee Hancock, pic chronicles Walt Disney's (Hanks) 14-year effort to…
Ben Affleck is the choice of director David Fincher to star in Fincher's next film "Gone Girl" at Fox. No offer has been delivered yet but Affleck is also very interested in starring and it would be…
Universal Pictures officially announced a five-year deal with Legendary Entertainment on Wednesday morning that begins in 2014. The two companies will produce and co-finance Legendary and Universal…
A stimulating intro course on wine appreciation gets blended with a narrowly focused contest-doc format in Jason Wise's film about aspiring young Master Sommeliers.