“Doubt,” the CBS TV Studios legal drama pilot that did not land a series order in May, is poised for another go at the network. CBS was moving last week to lock in final details for the pilot to be…
“Prodigal Son,” a new play by John Patrick Shanley, will get its world premiere in an Off Broadway staging from Manhattan Theater Club, the New York nonprofit that originally produced Shanley’s Tony…
Laverne Cox has been cast in CBS’s legal drama pilot “Doubt” from “Grey’s Anatomy” producers Joan Rater and Tony Phelan, Variety has learned. The project from CBS TV Studios, which was previously…
From Truman Capote to Lancaster Dodd, Philip Seymour Hoffman wasn't afraid to go dark and deep over the course of his extraordinary film career.
Pics held to different standards of truth
Samuel L. Jackson and Dominic Cooper will topline indie legal thriller "Reasonable Doubt," formerly "The Good Samaritan."
An enjoyably slick but entirely soulless update of Fritz Lang's controversial 1956 noir.
The considerable integrity and strength of John Patrick Shanley's play prevail despite a questionable central performance in "Doubt."
The suspenseful tenor of dramatics associated with director Alfred Hitchcock is utilized here to good advantage in unfolding a story [by Gordon McDonell] of a small town and the arrival of what might…