In a week filled with new arrivals, Hawaiian troubadour Jack Johnson prevailed on the U.S. album chart, capturing his third consecutive No. 1 album. Johnson's "From Here to Now to You" (Brushfire)…
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Sam Taylor-Johnson, the British helmer of “Nowhere Boy” who is married to “Kick-Ass” star Aaron Taylor-Johnson, has been tapped to direct the Universal and Focus adaptation of “Fifty Shades of Grey,”…
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Offering a more straight-faced brand of idiocy than its cheerfully dumb 2009 predecessor, "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" might well have been titled "G.I. Joe: Regurgitation."
With "Drinking Buddies," director Joe Swanberg proves what many had suspected — or at least hoped — all along: that he has learned something from directing 13 features in eight years.
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Wonks meet everyday Joes to explain the economic crisis in David Sington's intelligent "The Flaw."
Is TV on the skids as the combination of smart recorders, Internet and mobile devices deal a death blow to the ancient art of commissioning, scheduling and watching the tube?
Channel 4, Blighty's edgy commercial web, has broken with tradition and appointed a marketing maven as its CEO instead of an exec from a creative background.