Lifetime's "Call Me Crazy" may consist of five short films, but it's anything but short when it comes to the long list of well-known thesps involved, many of whom showed up for the April 16 preem in…
The TV movie remains in relative decline, which makes a weekend in which two high-profile versions with big-name stars and overt messages playing directly opposite each other especially noteworthy…
The haves exploiting the have-nots for their own twisted amusement reps the seed of a concept that never develops in this ineptly executed thriller.
Amber Heard has booked "Three Days to Kill," closing a deal to star opposite Kevin Costner in the McG-directed action thriller for EuropaCorp.
As spirited and irresistible as the college a cappella craze it celebrates, "Pitch Perfect" is a cheeky delight.
"30 Rock" scribe Kay Cannon has signed an overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television.
Bill Pullman and Brittany Snow have been cast in the NBC comedy pilot "1600 Penn."
Annie Awards host Patton Oswalt came to the rescue of presenters Bridgit Mendler, Jason Marsden and Brittany Snow, who inadvertantly announced a winner out of turn at UCLA's Royce Hall on Saturday.
Brittany Snow and Jeffrey Combs are toplining indie drama "Would You Rather" with Periscope Entertainment topper David Guy Levy directing.
Before it bogs down in one too many moments of cathartic reckoning, "The Vicious Kind" is an unpredictable, off-kilter and scabrously funny piece of work.