Justin Kirk and Eric Winter have landed series regular roles in Fox’s “A.P.B.,” Variety has learned. “A.P.B.” revolves around a tech billionaire who purchases a troubled police precinct in the wake…
Somebody give this playwright a Pulitzer. Oh, right — Ayad Akhtar already has one, for a previous play, “Disgraced,” which is currently running on Broadway. Although this new one continues the scribe…
World sales company Beta Cinema has picked up all distribution rights outside the U.S. and Canada to U.S. indie comedy "Walter," which stars Virginia Madsen, William H. Macy, Neve Campbell and Andrew…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
An outstanding cast does what it can to enliven "Mr. Morgan's Last Love," a mostly mawkish melodrama from "Mostly Martha" helmer Sandra Nettelbeck starring Michael Caine as a crusty Paris widower and…
Myriad Pictures will handle international rights to Ry Russo-Young's "Nobody Walks," which screened in competition at Sundance.
This monotonously deadpan coming-of-age comedy has little to recommend it beyond some beautiful widescreen cinematography and the momentary kick of seeing David Duchovny looking like a stoned Jesus.
Boosted by a fine cast and co-writer Lena Dunham's wit, Ry Russo-Young's "Nobody Walks" captures the fallout of an open-minded Los Angeles family shaken up by the arrival of a sexy outsider.
Deals have been closed for several foreign markets on Amy Heckerling's romantic comedy "Vamps."
Though there's no way it could have been cobbled together in time to piggyback on the success of "Bridesmaids," Kat Coiro's "L!fe Happens" can't help but play like a poorer cousin to the recent…
The one-act gains considerable fizz from punchy production and bristling interplay of its actors.
What initially sounded like a simple premise -- "Pot Mom" -- has blossomed into one of TV's busiest series, a one-hour dramedy crammed into a half-hour. Buoyed by the mid-first-season arrival of…