The Broadway-aimed revival of “Can-Can” and the world premiere of the musical version of 1998 Cinderella redux “Ever After” are among the titles on the 2014-15 slate at the Paper Mill Playhouse, the…
If and when Gil Thorpe, the antagonistic pickle-dispensing realtor from "Modern Family," gets a show of his own, there's another character who might like to have a chat. His name? Gil Thorp. Gil…
With “Breaking Bad's” final episode set to air Sunday, consumers and the industry alike are busily discussing the show's impact on television. The AMC drama has overcome numerous hurdles during its…
TIme Warner topper Jeff Bewkes pooh-poohed the notion of broadband-only distribution of traditional TV programs, suggesting that Intel Corp., Sony Corp., Microsoft Corp. and other potential players…
No conversation about Nielsen in the media business is complete without the word "frustration." There's little about the pre-eminent TV measurement company that hasn't drawn complaints, particularly…
FilmDistrict's “Insidious Chapter 2″ should have no trouble possessing the top spot at the domestic box office, taking full advantage of its Friday-the-13th debut. But therein lies the weekend's…
Fox is heading back to the dance floor with its veteran competition program, renewing “So You Think You Can Dance” for an eleventh season. Announcement arrived during tonight's live finale of the…
With its cutesy title, John Carney's "Can a Song Save Your Life?" distracts from the real question looming large over the "Once" director's latest: Can Keira Knightley sing?
The Weinstein Company is singing a song, and is in final negotiations to close a deal for U.S. rights to John Carney's "Can a Song Save Your Life?"
Jasmila Zbanic's brave drama commemorates the victims of atrocities in 1990s Bosnia, making a substantial impression despite a short running time.