Jason Sudeikis and Kirsten Dunst are “Sleeping with Other People,” with the stars on board from a comedy from Gary Sanchez Productions with IM Global. The deal was announced at the Toronto Film…
If you had merely walked by the front of Gotham's Landmark Sunshine Cinema, you would've been none the wiser. But packed into a stuffy basement, press and celebs shook hands July 15 for a special…
The venerable NBC late-night skein is on summer hiatus, but the lack of fresh material on air isn't keeping SNL-watchers from prognosticating the show's direction come the autumn.
Benicio del Toro is in final negotiations to play notorious Colombian cocaine trafficker Pablo Escobar in "Paradise Lost," a Panama-set €20 million ($25 million) thriller romance produced by Dimitri…
A pair of 20th-century period dramas, ''Mad Men'' and ''Downton Abbey,'' will vie to make history at the 64th annual Emmy Awards, based on nominations announced Thursday.
"It is so nice this year that so many comedic performers like Kristen (Wiig) and Melissa (McCarthy) are getting their due." -- Judd Apatow, producer, "Bridesmaids"
Having taken ambiguity to disturbing extremes in his slippery 2003 documentary "Capturing the Friedmans," director Andrew Jarecki unveils a very different true-crime saga in "All Good Things."
"Legally Blonde" scribe Kirsten "Kiwi" Smith is set to make her helming debut with the Paramount comedy "Camp Rules."
Lively femme-centered ensemble is laced with good-natured hipster kitsch and endearingly goofy girl power.
With the recent departure of longtime executive director Denise Kassell and artistic director Rajendra Roy, the Hamptons Intl. Film Festival is, in many ways, starting anew.