With holiday stage productions now nailing down Yuletide plans, it's beginning not to look a lot like Christmas on Broadway this year. Whereas last year's holiday season saw an influx of mistletoe…
Fans of Mary-Louise Parker, who played the drug-dealing matriarch in Showtime's hit "Weeds," should prepare to see her in a very different role. She's been picked up to star in the newest Hallmark…
Phil Morrison's belated follow-up to 'Junebug' is an engaging if somewhat underwhelming tale of unlikely redemption.
Aimed squarely at auds seeking family-friendly, holiday-themed entertainment, "When Angels Sing" is an innocuously pleasant trifle that likely would be more at home in the Hallmark Movie Channel…
Juan Antonio Bayona, director of "The Impossible," has come on board to helm Warner Bros.' untitled science-fiction project penned by Eric Roth and produced by Kevin McCormick.
Broadway took a postprandial snooze last week as sales subsided in the wake of the box office feast that came during the Thanksgiving frame.
With "The Great Gatsby" and "The Life of Pi" both moving out of the Christmas day slot, Universal has decided to take advantage of the opening by moving "Les Miserables" to the Dec. 25 slot.
The pic has no dramatic thrust, and a highly charged yet unenthusiastic home reception is the most that can be expected from theatrical.
Headed into the Christmas frame, some bizzers worried that six wide releases would cannibalize each other at the holiday box office.
The Lythgoes return to the El Portal Theater with their take on another traditional fairytale in "A Snow White Christmas"