This sprawling, highly fictional biopic of longtime White House butler Eugene Allen is at once gratuitously sentimental and genuinely rousing.
With all eyes on the comic book world during Comic-Con and ample talk of gay rights issues with the recent SCOTUS rulings, Andrew Garfield decided to combine the two and ask a question about…
A trifling comedy about writer's block that aims for a blend of Richard Curtis-style cheeriness and arch literary satire.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Show business traditionally hasn't been kind to mature actresses, even those with Emmys, Oscars and Tonys tucked under their collective belts. Often, roles that are offered tend to be less than…
The series order flood has begun at NBC. “About A Boy” will make its silver screen to small screen transition, with Jon Favreau at the helm. Single-cam laffer based on Nick Hornby’s novel and 2002…
Canuck film producer David Cormican ("Stranded") has nabbed screen rights to Kim Izzo's debut fiction novel "The Jane Austen Marriage Manual," published last spring by MacMillan/St. Martin's Press…
Microbudget auteur Joe Swanberg's "All the Light in the Sky" buttresses his signature style with clever pacing, solid technique and a deeply soulful lead performance from co-scripter Jane Adams.
The ripple effect of an arranged marriage on an extended, problem-plagued Melbourne family is explored in director Amanda Jane's ambitious, fitfully amusing "The Wedding Party."
"Since I was defined for so long as daughter/sister/aunt of someone famous, I was very curious to see who this Lizzie Olson (sister of the Olson twins) was..."
Lorenz Knauer's docu "Jane's Journey" wisely keeps its remarkable subject center-stage throughout.
Jane Randolph, who appeared in several film noir classics of the 1940s, died of complications of a broken hip May 4 in Gstaad, Switzerland. She was She was 94.