Brevity, so it has been said, is the soul of wit. John Oliver seems to believe the opposite is equally true. The comedian has been letting loose on his new HBO program "Last Week Tonight," unveiling…
British broadcaster David Frost, who was best known for a series of interviews with former President Richard Nixon, has died. Frost, who was 74, died of a heart attack on Aug. 31 while on board the…
Like the series' lead character Frank Underwood, the "House of Cards" creative team had to navigate some tricky hurdles en route to nine Emmy nominations in its first season.
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
GSN has handed a third season to one of its highest-rated properties, “The American Bible Challenge.” Cabler ordered 9 hourlong segs, and will bow the third run next year. “We are proud of the…
Allan Arbus, who ran a photography business with his wife Diane Arbus before becoming an actor who starred in “MASH,” died April 19 in Los Angeles. He was 95. His daughter Amy (pictured above)…
Plausibility takes a back seat to laughs in Shannon Plumb's debut feature "Towheads," which works better as a series of well-conceived, impeccably timed and executed physical gags, with light…
Is it worth ponying up at the Ahmanson for the national tour of Peter Morgan's "Frost/Nixon," in the wake of 2008's pic version? You bet -- first and foremost for absorption in the themes only…
I was perhaps the only person at the "Frost/Nixon" premiere who had so many acute personal connections to many of the principals in this true-life drama of recent U.S. history.
"Frost/Nixon" is an effective, straightforward bigscreen version of Peter Morgan's shrewd stage drama about the historic 1977 TV interview in which Richard Nixon brought himself down once again.
Frank Langella will carry his portrayal of Richard Nixon from stage to screen, starring in "Frost-Nixon," Universal's Ron Howard-directed adaptation of the hit Peter Morgan play.