"Much Ado About Nothing" is the blueprint for rom-coms, but what makes it fascinatingly unique is that it's both comedy and tragedy. Except that in the Old Vic's ill-conceived…
Public television's venerable "NewsHour" is loosening up for the weekend. This is PBS, so all things are relative: The show may undo its collar, but it won't be stripping down to a bathing suit. When…
Warner Bros. will offer up no fewer than five versions of Superman reboot “Man of Steel” when it becomes available on homevideo on Nov. 12. The studio will sell a Blu-ray 3D combo pack, for $45; a…
Lively, funny and at times philosophical, Reuben Atlas' debut docu chronicles the rise of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble with great sensitivity.
Sometimes the guys on your team do things that make you cringe, but at the end of the game, they're still your guys.
The quibbles will (and should) never cease, but the TV Academy deserve its own kudos for many of its picks.
MADRID — Proving there is still an arthouse market in Spain, however contracted in size, Golem has tied down Spanish rights to Ari Folman's Cannes Directors' Fortnight opener "The Congress," Bertrand…
Bolting WME before another round of post-merger layoffs hit in January 2010, film lit agents Bryan Besser, Adam Levine and Bill Weinstein left with plans to launch their own boutique agency.
With new U.K. tax relief for high-end TV and animation approved by the European Commission last week, London mayor Boris Johnson has announced $3 million in new investment in film and media agency…
Season-two climax shows how "Girls" can be fascinating in how it depicts darkness, but not particularly insightful about that darkness.