If it hadn’t been for The New Yorker, A.R. Gurney’s 1988 play might have never made it to the Great White Way. At the show’s Broadway opening on Thursday at the Brooks Atkinson Theater the playwright…
Brian Dennehy & Mia Farrow. Dennehy & Carol Burnett. Alan Alda & Candice Bergen. Stacy Keach & Diana Rigg. Anjelica Huston & Martin Sheen. That’s the revolving star lineup for the Broadway revival of…
Mia Farrow, Brian Dennehy and Carol Burnett are among the actors lined up to star in the revolving-door cast of "Love Letters," the incoming Broadway revival of A.R. Gurney's 1988 play. Alan Alda…
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What's my favorite Woody Allen movie? When I was asked, along with several other Variety staffers, to answer that question — long before Dylan Farrow posed it rhetorically to the world — for a 2013…
Count Ronan and Mia Farrow among those who were not please to see Woody Allen receive the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award at Sunday night’s Golden Globes, with Ronan referencing his…
Woody Allen will be honored with the 2014 Cecil B. DeMille Award by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. The kudo will be presented to Allen at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 12 at the…
At age 78, you continue to be superbly prolific (an astonishing 48 films), but even your most ardent admirers fail to appreciate two other qualities about you.
Syfy's campy "Sharknado" blew off the social-media doors Thursday night as the most-tweeted TV program in primetime, but the one-off movie is a relative minnow compared with the biggest television…
Sometimes a movie comes along that just perfectly captures the zeitgeist. Sometimes a movie comes along that is so bad it's good. And sometimes a movie comes along with a one-word title that says it…
Todd Solondz's new picture is a jaundiced character study, despite an affectionate streak that lightens the proceedings to some degree.
James Lapine places the banalities of his characters beside the soap operas that main character Fran loves to watch on TV. But to what end? Does he mean to suggest life is as contrived, tedious and…