The Plaza Hotel turned into a hive of Tony Awards congregants June 9 following the Radio City Music Hall ceremony. As the black-tie crowd crowded the bars and food stations, everyone agreed it was a…
Classic lit was the topic at the Gotham preem of "What Maisie Knew," adapted and updated from the Henry James novel about a little girl stuck in the middle of her parents' divorce.
LONDON -- At a time when many so-called U.K. super indies have sold out to U.S. studios -- Time Warner's acquisition of Shed is perhaps the most famous -- Wales-based media producer/distributor…
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Elaine Rich, a producer on "Charlie's Angels" and "Dynasty," died Oct. 31 in Beverly Hills after suffering from Alzheimer's for several years. She was 84.
Scrutinizing the impact of pervasive sexuality in the media on women's self-image, "Sexy Baby" intercuts the stories of three females of different ages: a semi-retired stripper/porn star in her 30s…
Fox has greenlit a pilot for a show that is likely to create a stir in the global TV market by offering warring couples the chance of an instant divorce.
Pop princess Katy Perry is the closest thing to a human cartoon the music business has produced since Kiss.
Pic springs from the seed of an interesting idea: that the ideal Eddie Murphy movie might be one in which the actor keeps his mouth shut.
One of these days, the Amoralists are going to get arrested.
Five westerners wander round Asia in search of themselves, the "real" Asia and escape from problems back home in "Hotel Very Welcome," an episodic charmer that's as laid back as the protags would…
There's a risk that comes from getting things off to the spine-tingling start with which the Donmar revival of "Grand Hotel -- The Musical" begins, the brilliant and baleful opening number filling an…