When "Oslo" opened Off Broadway in the middle of July, it sounded like the opposite of summer popcorn fare. The latest play by J.T. Rogers was a meaty evening, a thinking theatergoer’s chronicle of…
On Feb. 22, two important showbiz phenomena will climax at the Dolby Theatre. One is the Academy Awards. The other is a multimillion-dollar marketing and promo push. These two things occur…
Kino Lorber has acquired North American rights to “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,” five months after its world premiere at Sundance. Shot in black and white, the feature debut of Ana Lily…
“Argo,” “Mud,” “House of Cards” and “Kinky Boots” were among the winners as the Casting Society of America saluted work in film, TV and theater at its 29th annual Artios Awards. The kudos were…
“Argo” screenwriter Chris Terrio has signed with WME. Terrio won the Oscar and WGA awards for adapted screenplay for "Argo," based on a selection from "The Master of Disguise" by Antonio J. Mendez…
Unpredictable as the outcome may be at this early stage, it's heartening to cast an eye over the unusually rich and daring films of 2013, and to find no shortage of possible correctives.
Fall is upon us at the movies, and so is the usual bottleneck of adult-skewing awards bait. But unlike in past years at this time, adults are showing support for an unusual suspect: 3D. In just two…
Aaron Staton, Pablo Schreiber and Wrenn Schmidt are starring in psychological horror/thriller “Preservation” with shooting starting in October in the Los Angeles area. Chris Denham, who had a…
Recent industry goodwill toward Affleck has not induced a state of public amnesia about his acting career.
"Argo" isn't done being nominated for awards yet.
Kudos honor projects shot in and around Hollywood.
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