The conflict of a divided soul -- personal, political and national -- sears onstage in A.R.T.'s sprawling, heady and thoroughly gripping drama "All the Way," starring Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad")…
This coming-of-ager can be explosively funny in parts, but overall feels pretty familiar, relying more on its cast than the material to win favor.
For an outspoken and occasionally controversial chef like Eddie Huang, traditional food networks aren't the right fit, so the owner of New York City's Baohaus turned to YouTube.
Getting thrown out of a car by Scott Rudin on a London highway has its benefits.
An enormously entertaining documentary that uses colorful producer Jerry Weintraub as an eager surrogate to breeze through a half-century of iconic Hollywood and pop music history.
There are no plans for an "Ocean's Fourteen" -- for now -- but Jerry Weintraub has plenty of other projects cooking.
Emilio Estevez is hoping to plug into America's heartland with "The Way."
Several studios were in on the search, but Universal and Illumination Entertainment were the ones who found "Where's Waldo?"
Peter Weir is set to direct "The Way Back," the fact-based story of the escape of soldiers from a Siberian gulag in 1940.