Anne Meara, the Emmy- and Tony-nominated comedian long paired personally and professionally with Jerry Stiller and the mother of actor-director Ben Stiller, died Saturday, her husband and son told…
Though consistently entertaining as a brief history of the Catskills, Ron Frank and Melvut Akkaya's documentary suffers from an approach by turns scattershot and schmaltzy.
Filmmaker, entrepreneur, and author Ric Klass died July 9 in New York City after a brief illness. He was 67. Klass wrote, produced, and directed "Excuse Me For Living," a romantic comedy based on his…
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Whoopi Goldberg has inked a deal with HBO for TV and homevid rights to her docu on comedian Moms Mabley, which marks Goldberg’s directorial debut. "Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin' to Tell You,” produced…
Stiller's reality-based humor stems from deep comedic roots
Film throws together a lot of superficially flashy elements that never gel in any organic way.
Indie film distributors Dada Films and Required Viewing have snagged pic "Excuse Me for Living" for a theatrical release that will coincide with the publication of the novel that tells the same story.
Tribune Media Services has partnered with Internet vid portal eGuiders to distribute an eGuiders-branded widget to newspapers and websites in the U.S. and internationally.
The pace of his life would probably never be mistaken for slow, but mid-to-late October seems relatively calm for Ben Stiller. Sure, his Red Hour production banner has a burgeoning number of film and…
The Farrelly Bros. make mincemeat of the theory that good movies should never be remade.
The fact that an average comedy like "The King of Queens" is reaching the 200-episodes milestone serves as a testament both to the importance of solid characters in sustaining a sitcom and the dearth…