The squarest, clunkiest and certainly loudest movie of Guillermo del Toro's career plays like an extended 3D episode of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" on very expensive acid.
President Obama's inaugural address included a call to end the bitter "spectacle of politics," though he embraced all its pageantry and pomp on Monday.
"Green Acres" is looking to move back to New York, with a new Broadway-targeted musical version of the 1960s TV series in the works from legit and film production company Hemisphere Two and Richard…
"Girl in Progress," from helmer Patricia Riggen ("Under the Same Moon") and screenwriter Hiram Martinez, never finds its own groove, alternating between high-school dramedy and overworked-single-mom…
With the end finally starting to come into view for broadcast TV pilot casting, Minnie Driver, Judd Hirsch, David Krumholtz, Lucy Liu, Hayden Panettiere, Matthew Perry, Jamie Lynn Sigler, Jordana…
The Whoopi Goldberg-backed new rock musical about a neo-Nazi band making it in the mainstream is well-intentioned but over-blunt.
David Duchovny just played a miserable screenwriter in Jake Kasdan's indie feature "The TV Set," so his role as a miserable, semi-blocked novelist in "Californication" falls into the same, rather…
Fox Searchlight's "In America" topped nominations for the 2004 IFP Independent Spirit Awards with six, followed by five each for HBO Films/Fine Line Features' "American Splendor" and the Samuel…
Obituaries for the following people appeared in Daily Variety between Dec. 2, 1999 and Dec. 1, 2000. Date given is date of death, followed by age at death in parenthesis.
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