X-Men fans are getting the Sentinels. Twentieth Century Fox has launched a website for Trask Industries, the company behind the giant purple Sentinel robots that threaten to annihilate the X-Men and…
Rachel Boynton's extraordinary docu untangles the knotty saga of an American petroleum company's entrance into Ghana.
This spoof cable commercial from Extremely Decent Films will ring painfully true for anyone who sends off more than $100 each month to a cable provider.
AMC’s “Mad Men” returned to a solid, but not quite record-setting, throng of 3.4 million viewers on Sunday. The sixth-season premiere of the 1960s-set drama revolving around the advertising industry…
Discovery Channel has partnered with Robert Redford for special "All The President's Men Revisited," a two-hour pic that returns to the Watergate scandal more than 40 years later.
After 19 years, Stephen Sondheim's most terrifying villain is back from the dead. No, not Sweeney Todd and not those bloody Assassins. It's Fosca who lives again, in this CSC revival of "Passion"…
Top execs from HBO and Netflix offered contrasting perspectives on the value of binge-viewing in separate appearances Tuesday at the D: Dive into Media conference.
Chris Cooper is in negotiations to join the cast of the Weinstein's Co.'s "August: Osage County," joining leads Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts.
Ninjas in India? Believe it. Japan's TV Asahi network is partnering with Indian toon producer Reliance Media Works to make 26 episodes of "Ninja Hattori-kun," a revival of a classic kiddie TV toon…
The Weinstein Co., which already has several fall releases on its sked, has lightened its load by pushing back Julian Schnabel-helmed "Miral" from Dec. 3 to a limited launch March 25.
The Weinstein Co. has acquired domestic rights to corporate downsizing drama "The Company Men."
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