About halfway through this year's Emmy Awards, it became clear that the producers were sort of irritated they had to interrupt their variety show with, you know, awards. And that seemed to color the…
"Honestly, I like this a lot more than I like making movies," said director Jason Reitman as he took to the stage of the capacity-crowd Ryerson Theatre Friday night for a "Live Read" of Paul Thomas…
Netflix may not have presented at this summer's Television Critics Assn. tour, but its presence was felt nonetheless.
Have a sneak peek at the full guest list for Allen & Co.’s annual Sun Valley Conference, which includes a mix of politicians and captains of industry from New Jersey governor Chris Christie to…
Looking to bridge the gap between Bollywood and Hollywood, Original Entertainment has closed a five-picture deal with Millennium Films for Bollywood remakes of “Rambo,” “The Expendables,” “16 Blocks,”…
When comedy "Walk of Shame" wraps production this week, Lakeshore prexy Gary Lucchesi and chairman and CEO Tom Rosenberg will have an extra reason to celebrate: The production shingle recently raised…
"Venus and Serena" is an engaging, warts-and-all look at the Williams sisters, who have dominated the professional tennis circuit for more than a decade, breaking ground for female and…
As "The Last Waltz" was for the Band and aging hippies, "Shut Up and Play the Hits" is for kids who were in high school on 9/11.
Recently, Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen sent out a mass email praising Rep. Howard Berman (D-Calif.) and urging support for his re-election bid, warning that he's in for an…
Cinematography may all be in the planning, but when it comes to working with a director on low-budget indie projects, Andrew Reed finds that being ready for the unplanned is the key for lensers.
The major broadcast networks have made big strides in the portrayal of Latinos in primetime, but still lag behind when it comes to images of Asian Americans and American Indians.