It wouldn't be a “Saturday Night Live” season finale without the bittersweet moment that comes when a veteran cast member makes a final appearance. Last night it was Bill Hader's turn to say goodbye…
From Harry Potter to hunchback–Daniel Radcliffe is in final negotiations to star as Igor in the classic tale “Frankenstein” for 20th Century Fox and Davis Entertainment. Paul McGuigan is on board to…
Remember the premise of "The Producers," where struggling Broadway impresarios hatch a get-rich-quick scheme to make a big bomb, but instead create something that is so bad it is good. That is the…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
"Fred and Vinnie" gently fictionalizes the "Odd Couple"-style screwball-comic relationship between rail-thin actor-screenwriter Fred Stoller and his vastly overweight pal, the late Vinnie D'Angelo…
Fred Schepisi returns to Australian filmmaking with an ambitious stab at adapting "The Eye of the Storm," but technical deficiencies and an ill-structured script fail to do justice to Patrick White's…
Offers an intriguing spin on a classic screwball setup: A young man, engaged to the wrong girl, finds himself swept away by a free spirit who turns out to be the right one.
Fred Baker, a filmmaker, actor, director, screenwriter and jazz musician, died of natural causes on June 5 in New York City. He was 78.
Former CBS Interactive prexy Quincy Smith has formally hung out his new investment bank shingle, Code Advisors.
Times have changed since Fred Toczek added a thriving subspecialty in handling youth talent to his practice at the dawn of the "Harry Potter" age.
"Amy's Orgasm" makes good on the promise Julie Davis showed in her tyro feature "I Love You, Don't Touch Me." If handled properly, this accessible, spirited, romantic comedy could help update the…