Polish helmer Andrzej Wajda is one of the world's most celebrated filmmakers, having received kudos at Berlin, Cannes, Venice and an honorary Oscar. His latest film, "Walesa: Man of Hope," screens at…
Proving your chops as a new director is hard enough. But tackling one of the most monumental and emotionally charged events of the past half century ratchets up the pressure and audience expectations…
TOKYO — In what was supposed to be one of its friendliest foreign markets, Japan, "Pacific Rim" ended its opening weekend, August 10-11, with a so-so sixth rank on the box office chart…
The Hong Kong director's painstaking preparation puts actors and audiences in the mood for kung fu.
For his lastest superheroic feat, Spider-Man has endowed Broadway theatergoers with the extraordinary ability to reserve tickets and pay for them later. It might not sound like much. But the mobile…
"The Conjuring" is the real deal: A well-made haunted house movie full of genuine claw-the-armrest scares.
Umberto Gonzalez couldn't be a bigger movie fan, having helped turn Latino-Review.com into one of the more active blogs about the entertainment biz. But as moviegoers continue to become more diverse…
Turns out it's never too late for a TV show to get its own comicbook. NBCUniversal will produce digital books based on “Saved by the Bell” and “Punky Brewster” through a new licensing deal with…
From the point of view of world sports, Brazil is about to have its blazing moment in the sun. Will this period of high visibility also extend to other sectors of its culture?
During a week when the TV networks are rolling out their schedules, they are also taking pains to talk about how they are getting off the grid.