Betty Buckley is easily the best thing about the show's belated U.K. preem, in which helmer-choreographer Gillian Lynne fails to steady the show's fatal vacillations between sledgehammer corporate…
"Dear Elizabeth," which gets its world premiere at Yale Repertory Theater, playwright Sarah Ruhl ("The Clean House," "In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play"), frequent helmer-collaborator Les Waters…
Israel's Keshet Intl. has inked a deal with Endemol for the format rights to the comedy series "Dear Neighbors, Help Our Daughter Find Love" in five territories.
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Fox is looking to Satan for the holidays, acquiring Dan Ewen's spec script "Dear Satan" for the Farrelly Brothers and Conundrum Entertainment.
Nicholas Sparks' formula of life-altering love receives the youth-edition treatment.
"Juno"-meets-"Napoleon" hybrid overtly cribs from Fox Searchlight's playbook
Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler's "Dear Edwina" calls itself "a musical comedy for kids," but that tagline somewhat undersells it. The characters are kids, the subject matter is kid-friendly, but…
After making a mark with his highly stylized 2004 debut, "This Charming Girl," but then going off the boil, South Korean writer-director Lee Yoon-ki delivers his career-best work with the beautifully…
"Dear Prudence," the latest in a line from the Hallmark Channel Mystery Movie franchise, is more innocuous than mysterious, sort of like a baby boomer version of "Murder, She Wrote" or "Diagnosis…
Lasse Hallstrom is set to direct Channing Tatum in "Dear John," a Nicholas Sparks book adaptation that starts production in September.
Neverland was not the only fantasy escape J.M. Barrie conjured. The creator of "Peter Pan" devised an "Almostland" for adults in "Dear Brutus," his 1917 play of second chances, which Westport's…