After going through several hoops to get the adaptation of the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys” off the ground, Graham King and Warner Bros. look as if they are getting closer to a start date. Broadway…
King of Broken Hearts
Looking into their crystal ball, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg predicted the imminent arrival of a radically different entertainment landscape, including pricey movie tickets, a vast migration of…
It's no easy task to stand out among a cast of 50 regulars, hundreds of extras, elaborate sets, exotic locations and kitty-cat sized dragons. Yet somehow, a select few of "Game of Thrones" guest…
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George Jones, the "King of Broken Hearts" whose honky-tonk balladry defined the highest level of emotion-wracked country singing, died Friday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. He…
TNT hasn’t said definitively whether Wednesday’s season finale would officially be the last episode of “Southland,” but all indications and body language — including the fact several of its stars…
For suspension of disbelief to work, the audience has to care enough to surrender brain space to a character or plotline. Unfortunately, Mike Figgis' "Suspension of Disbelief" forgets this key…
Primetime pushes the melodrama envelope
Carrie Underwood's "Blown Away" blew onto the U.S. album chart at No. 1 this week, easily doubling the numbers of No. 2 debutante, Norah Jones.
World preem features -- including the narrative pic written by and starring Chris Colfer of "Glee" and a new doc from Morgan Spurlock -- are among the more than 40 movies joining the Tribeca Film…
Lucas N. Turturro's playful -- sometimes too playful -- docu feature debut will interest folklorists and cineastes drawn to oddball lost causes, with arts broadcasters likeliest to queue up.
Kneehigh's equally idiosyncratic take on "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" is, as expected, brimming with imaginative touches. But this time, effort outstrips the achievement.