Helmer Chad Hartigan's second feature is Americana of a very immediate sort, a tale of redemption that may leave its viewers with an uncanny sense of peace.
Reigning appropriately supreme at the Creative Arts Emmys, “Game of Thrones” nabbed six kudos, a total that boosted cabler HBO to an unsurpassed 17 trophies on the night. CBS was second with 13…
A disastrously dull take on the disaster-movie formula that chooses to spend the last three weeks of life on earth with two of its least interesting inhabitants.
Don Hall talked about his lead actor going cold turkey at Sunday's premiere at the Walt Disney Studios. "I don't think anybody loves honey as much as Pooh. I think he's a borderline addict," joked…
Disney has done plenty right by the Hundred Acre Wood gang in its latest bigscreen outing.
Brightly-colored show retains little of the charm of Pham's lovely ink-and-brush illustrations.
"Pooh's Heffalump Movie" likely will play best with toddlers and pre-schoolers easily amused by bright colors, merry songs and lovable, huggable toon animals. Modest and muted pic won't be around…
Just for Variety: Gena Rowlands suffered a fractured shoulder on a rainy and muddy set of Universal's "The Skeleton Key" Monday night in New Orleans.
Winnie the Pooh and Mickey Mouse will remain cuddly friends for another 25 years. Moving aggressively to buttress its library of internationally recognized characters, the Walt Disney Co. has paid an…
Disney has had its hand in the Winnie the Pooh honey pot since founding father Walt, at the urging of his young daughters, bought the rights to the Pooh books from A.A. Milne in 1961. Since then…
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