Despite its stacked deck of a cast, "Runner Runner" adds up to little more than a charmless, paint-by-numbers thriller unlikely to escape the forces of "Gravity" in its early October release.
A spiritual sequel of sorts to 'The Social Network,' Sofia Coppola's film offers a lively and fascinating look at a real-life teen crime spree.
When NBC confirmed "The Tonight Show" host changeover in 2014, plus the move from Los Angeles to New York, Broadway ears perked up. For legit publicists, the cross-country move could be a boon: They…
Making a delicious song 'n' dance -- literally -- out of attitudes to class, gender, sex and patriotism, Peter Nichols' 1977 "Privates on Parade" is set in a troupe entertaining British troops in…
Elin Flack and Bob Duva will dissolve their nine-year-old legit agency, Duva-Flack Associates, effective Aug. 31. Flack had previously been with J. Michael Bloom & Associates; Duva came from the…
CALL IT THE MOTHER of all public relations snits. A contingent of newspaper editors around the country, led by New York Daily News managing editor for features Jane Freiman and Portland Oregonian…
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Sen. Alan Simpson (R-Wyo.) last week accused CNN reporter Peter Arnett of being an Iraqi “sympathizer,” a comment that prompted an angry reply from CNN exec v.p., news Ed Turner. Simpson made his…
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