The applause was long and loud for 92-year-old Broadway legend Carol Channing, who lit up the stage at The Town Hall on 43rd street on Monday night as part of "Gentleman Prefer Blondes: An Intimate…
Like an early Woody Allen character stretched through a fun-house mirror, Stephen Merchant plays a haplessly girl-obsessed, amiable loser in "Hello Ladies," an HBO series that's occasionally amusing…
When South Africa made the quantum leap from apartheid to liberation, faced with the task of creating equal opportunities for a population of 40 million (the majority previously disenfranchised), the…
Lincoln has lined up filmmakers for a trio of short films to support the latest element of its “Reimagine Project” to raise awareness of the luxury brand’s new redesigned vehicles. The luxury arm of…
Adam Sandler is attached to star in Universal’s “Hello Ghost” with Chris Columbus on board to direct. The pic is a remake of the Korean comedy and Universal has optioned the remake rights. Sandler…
Proving there is an upbeat sales life beyond the U.S. for select Sundance titles, "Hello I Must Be Going" has begun to roll out licensing deals outside the U.S.
Two mismatched Indonesians get to know each other in Busan in appealing if overlong romancer "Hello Goodbye."
The twilight of the "Twilight" saga at Comic-Con fell with all the movies' big stars, series creator Stephenie Meyer, and a special treat for fans, who were shown the first seven minutes of "Breaking…
Writer Sarah Koskoff and director Todd Louiso deliver a slight, solipsistic portrait of emotional recovery starring likable and woefully underused character actress Melanie Lynskey.
Pic proves that even more commercial films can deliver emotional epiphanies.
The slowly developing emotional fabric Ryu Jang-ha spun in his first pic is evident again in his sophomore feature.