When some 900 authors last week delivered a call to arms against Internet giant Amazon, the subtext of their message went beyond a dispute about rights and numbers. It also signaled a growing…
Broadway courtroom drama “A Time to Kill,” based on the early tome by John Grisham that launched the novelist’s career, will shutter Nov. 17 after just seven weeks on the boards. Producers were…
The Securities and Exchange Commission is charging the maker of religious-themed vidgame company Left Behind Games with falsely inflating the company’s revenue by nearly 1,300% through a series of…
With new plays thin on the ground for the 2013-14 Broadway season, Manhattan Theater Club has lined up one to watch, reteaming scribe John Patrick Shanley, who wrote Pulitzer winner "Doubt," with the…
Mark Wahlberg is in early talks with New Regency to produce and star in the shingle's film adaptation of John Grisham's "The Partner."
The wheels of justice operate at breakneck speed in "A Time to Kill," a new stage adaptation of John Grisham's 1989 novel that examines whether it's ever permissible to take the law into one's hands.
Author John Grisham is redoubling his efforts to conquer TV.
Warner Independent Pictures and Smoke House partners George Clooney and Grant Heslov are buying screen rights to John Grisham's nonfiction tome "The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small…
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As carefully constructed and flavorsomely acted as a top-of-the-line production from Hollywood's classical studio era, Francis Ford Coppola's screen version of "John Grisham's The Rainmaker" would…
The John Grisham film festival continues with "The Chamber", the fifth screen adaptation of his writings in three years, an intelligently proficient movie that works more effectively as a family…
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