"Lee Daniels' The Butler," "Kick-Ass 2," "Jobs," "Paranoia," "Ain't Them Bodies" Saints and other new releases reviewed.
Herblock: The Black & the White
A warmly celebratory portrait of the Washington Post illustrator who sometimes drew blood while drawing 13 successive U.S. presidents.
Legendary Entertainment isn’t the only thing Universal plans to take from Warner Bros. The studio now plans to release Legendary’s “Seventh Son,” which WB was still set to release despite its split…
In a deal once believed unthinkable, the family-controlled Washington Post Co. has decided to sell its flagship broadsheet and other print publications to Amazon chief Jeffrey P. Bezos for $250…
Think showbiz is a tough industry to navigate these days? Try being in the better-faster-cheaper drag race that is the consumer electronics business.
Historic British record label EMI, which was just about shipwrecked in recent years, may be sailing towards sunnier skies far away from a reckless buyout firm and a bank that repossessed it like a…
The producers of the Broadway staging of "Driving Miss Daisy" are laying plans to ride the show into London in the fall.
You don't have to be a perve to wish Kevin Sandler could flash a little more skin in his thought-provoking but doggedly academic treatment of the movie ratings system, "The Naked Truth."
At last week's Toy Industry Trade Show in Gotham, it was clear that toymakers aren't pitching their film and TV-related wares to just kids.
Judy Nir Moses Shalom is one of Israel's most recognizable TV and radio personalities, the outspoken host of weekly magazine TV show "Judy" and, premiering this November, a new TV yakker airing on…
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