Jonathan Glazer's long-awaited third feature is an undeniably ambitious but ultimately torpid and silly tale of an alien on the prowl.
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Mary Shaw never had aspirations to become a juggler. But twice a year, the D.C.-based exec at the Cable & Telecommunications Assn. for Marketing juggles 25 cable networks and 250 press members over…
SAG-AFTRA presidential candidate Esai Morales is starring with Loretta Devine and Salli Richardson in indie high school drama "Teachers," with Gary Wheeler directing.
Every film that opens theatrically is accompanied by a press kit full of valuable background information about the production, talent involved and the filmmakers' intentions. Unlike the articles and…
The Food Network has stuck a fork in Paula Deen. The cable channel dropped the controversial celebrity chef from its programming lineup Friday in the wake of a deposition that recently surfaced in…
"Man of Steel," "This Is the End," "The Bling Ring" and other new U.S. releases reviewed.
A ludicrous marital drama-cum-morality play from contemporary black cinema's most prolific multihyphenate.
Theatrical marketing is at a time of unprecedented one-on-one access to moviegoers -- but exactly how to take advantage of that feedback is not entirely certain from one film to the next, Hollywood's…
A documentary observing the marriage between a Caucasian American and his Chinese mail-order bride, "Seeking Asian Female" brings stereotypes of "yellow fever" and "gold-digging immigrant" into…
As the race to become the BBC's next leader intensifies, no single contender has emerged as the likely candidate to take on what remains the most demanding role in U.K. media.
Goteborg may be a long way from Tunis, Cairo or Damascus, but its focus this year on Arabic-language filmmaking is timely.