Bryan Cranston's hair has grown back in. His goatee has been shaved. Physically, the thesp has transitioned from the now-iconic Walter White, "Breaking Bad's" meth-cooking antihero, after wrapping…
All Good Things
Frank Langella will topline a new production of "King Lear" set to bow at the U.K.'s Chichester Festival Theater this fall prior to a early 2014 run at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Production will…
The Avalon Hollywood was shaking with laughter April 25, as comedians and supporters gathered for Seth Rogen's Hilarity for Charity fundraiser, which featured lewd songs, cracks about Reese…
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Allan Arbus, who ran a photography business with his wife Diane Arbus before becoming an actor who starred in “MASH,” died April 19 in Los Angeles. He was 95. His daughter Amy (pictured above)…
With its excessive plotting, heavy-handed use of London establishing shots and ponderous air of villainy, "All Things to All Men" could easily be dismissed as yet another minnow pulled from the…
John Davis' Davis Entertainment has signed a first-look agreement with Entangled Publishing, the boutique ebook publisher that has cranked out several national bestsellers including 2012's No. 6…
Chris Marquette ("The Girl Next Door"), Diego Klattenhoff ("Homeland") and Jim Gaffigan ("It's Kind of a Funny Story") have joined the cast of indie drama "Kilimanjaro," which Walter Strafford is…
"Margin Call" takes a harsh look at Wall Street economics, but in the smaller world of independent film, returns have been bullish.
"Drive" takes the tired heist-gone-bad genre out for a spin, delivering fresh guilty-pleasure thrills in the process.
It was a somewhat somber affair at the Dec. 1 premiere of Magnolia's "All Good Things," inspired by the mysterious disappearance of New York socialite Kathie Durst. In his pre-screening speech…
Having taken ambiguity to disturbing extremes in his slippery 2003 documentary "Capturing the Friedmans," director Andrew Jarecki unveils a very different true-crime saga in "All Good Things."