Robin Williams completes a rather lengthy journey back to his TV comedy roots with "The Crazy Ones," which casts him as a wacky advertising genius — the sort of creativity-can't-be-shackled type that…
Is Justin Bieber in consideration to play Robin in Zack Snyder’s sequel to “Man of Steel,” or is he just having a laugh? No one knows for sure, but Batfans were horrified Friday night when Bieber…
Oprah Winfrey’s OWN is expanding its theatrical footprint, partnering with independent distributor Vitagraph Films to release Barbara Kopple’s docu “Running From Crazy” in theaters on Nov. 1. The…
They might be ambitious, but they're not out of their minds.
“The Hunger Games” producer Nina Jacobson (above) has acquired movie rights Kevin Kwan's comedic novel, “Crazy Rich Asians.” Jacobson and her partner, Brad Simpson, will produce through their Color…
CBS has released several clips of upcoming series to debut this fall, including the Robin Williams-Sarah Michelle Gellar series "The Crazy Ones" and Chuck Lorre's "Mom," starring Anna Faris.
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…
Fluctuating at random between standard-issue celebrity docu and principled bid to de-stigmatize mental illness, "Running From Crazy" is afflicted with a sort of multiple personality disorder.
The mesmerizing images of Mexican d.p. Gabriel Figueroa (1907-97) catalyze a fascinating master class in cinematographic philosophy in gorgeous-looking docu "Multiple Visions, the Crazy Machine."
The last time the full group assembled to back Young on an album of original material -- the bloated and aimless "Broken Arrow" -- was in 1996, and the reunited band is set to release double album…