Few programs have experienced the explosive trajectory of "Homeland," an Emmy winner for its first season before vaulting headlong into its second, wildly veering off course and, almost literally…
If the CBS-Time Warner Cable standoff is like most of these fracases, it will be settled relatively soon. Even in the midst of summer — when networks generally have fewer big-ticket attractions in…
For those onboard since the beginning, "Breaking Bad's" final batch of episodes seems destined to produce nothing less than a frenzy, a testament, in part, to how bracingly unpredictable Vince…
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Machinima has launched a series of short films based on videogame franchises “Minecraft,” “Fallout,” “Half-Life” and “League of Legends.” First short, “Fallout Nuka Break – Red Star” bowed today on…
"Odayaka" means "calm and tranquil" in Japanese, but this ironically titled drama, exposing controversial reactions to the Fukushima nuclear fallout, is anything but.
The bankruptcy filing of Digital Domain has already created a fallout in a state all too familiar with boom and bust: Florida, which had staked some $20 million that a new production facility would…
News Corp. shares surged Tuesday on possible plans to split the company in two, creating a standalone publishing and entertainment arm.
Boosted by a fine cast and co-writer Lena Dunham's wit, Ry Russo-Young's "Nobody Walks" captures the fallout of an open-minded Los Angeles family shaken up by the arrival of a sexy outsider.
Writing-directing team Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, who became darlings of the indie scene following "Half Nelson" and "Sugar," have set their next picture, a drama titled "Hate Mail."
When it launched little more than a year ago, Brash Entertainment was the videogame industry's first Hollywood-style publisher, with a group of executives and investors drawn in large part from the…
Russell Brand made his name Stateside as the womanizing rock star in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." But back on his home turf, the BBC is desperately trying to forget him.