Johnny Depp and producer Jerry Bruckheimer have spoken out for the first time since mega-budget Western “The Lone Ranger” crumbled at the global box office, blaming U.S. critics for one of the…
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The rivalry between Netflix and Amazon.com for online streaming content has been a boon to TV programmers, as the two are motivated buyers eager to one-up each other. One week after Amazon.com touted…
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William Baldwin has acquired screen rights to spy thriller "A Time to Betray" under his newly formed production banner Beyond Comprehension.
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Murphy's Law gets a thorough comic workout in South African lenser Jann Turner's genial road movie.
In revisiting his darkly comic "Happiness," Todd Solondz may have made his best film yet.
"We're going to put it together and sell it to you as truth."
Ken Campbell, a maverick British actor, writer and director whose career ranged from sitcom roles to a 22-hour stage extravaganza, has died, his agent said Wednesday. He was 66.
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