Paramount Home Media has acquired worldwide rights to the Nick Jonas fraternity drama “Goat” for $2.25 million following its premiere last weekend at the Sundance Film Festival. The deal provides for…
Manhattan Theater Club, the New York nonprofit that recently wrapped its successful Broadway run of Jake Gyllenhaal topliner “Constellations,” has added new plays to its 2015-16 slate by…
A revelatory performance by 29-year-old rising star Felicity Jones ("Like Crazy") is the chief but hardly only virtue of this tastefully mounted and brilliantly acted Dickens tale.
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It's perhaps appropriate that Hulu has access to "Saturday Night Live," because in terms of original series, the digital service is starting to look like a not-ready-for-primetime player. After the…
An enjoyable comedy-mystery set in the more privileged echelons of Los Angeles gay society.
It was a walk down memory lane at the May 28 premiere of "The Kings of Summer," CBS Films' coming-of-age pic that took everybody back to their teen years. "The rule of just being decent, be a good…
Legit manager Mark Subias, who reps a slew of Gotham's younger stage scribes and helmers, has jumped to UTA, where he'll aim to expand the tenpercentery's New York-based theater department while…
The Royal Shakespeare Company hit "Matilda, The Musical" -- now previewing in the West End -- and a slew of U.K. road shows emerged as the big winners at the 2011 Theater Awards U.K. kudo ceremony.
David Tennant is taking a double starring role as twin teachers at rival schools in "Nativity 2," a sequel to Debbie Isitt's 2009 U.K. hit comedy.
Written in the mannered Restoration style of the period, the pastiche gets carried away by its own cleverness.
The summer's foodie mini-genre continues with "No Reservations," in which the wizard in the kitchen is not a rat but Catherine Zeta-Jones as an uber-chef made to see there's more to life than foie…