Nobody in syndication has filled Oprah Winfrey’s shoes, and “The Queen Latifah Show” doesn’t seem interested in trying. Rather, the multifaceted star looks content to walk several miles in Ellen…
James Gandolfini gives one of his final screen performances in this barbed yet compassionate ensemble comedy.
A&E, the network that’s scoring big this summer with the comedic shenanigans of “Duck Dynasty,” also has a good story to tell in drama. The Wyoming-set crime drama “Longmire” wrapped its second year…
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Numbers are in for the first full week of national sports channel Fox Sports 1, and the net has left plenty of room for improvement. Nielsen estimates that FS1 averaged 161,000 viewers in primetime…
Citing strong early reaction, Warner Bros. has positioned Spike Jonze's romantic drama "Her" as an awards contender by moving the romancer back a month to Dec. 18.
Showtime has opted not to go forward on period drama “The Borgias,” announcing Wednesday that the show’s June 16 season-ender will be its final episode. The show, which chronicled the infamous…
Established in 1966, the New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting is the oldest film commission in the country. And when Katherine Oliver was appointed by Gotham mayor Michael…
HFPA members recall the best interviews of the year
Tracey Fairaway and "Episodes" star Kathleen Rose Perkins have joined the cast of Nicole Holofcener's untitled Fox Searchlight movie.
Overly one-note in its singular p.o.v., the pic nevertheless offers a welcome variation on the conquering frat boy or Ferris Bueller-type adolescent, and could graduate from fest to arthouse play.
Fifteen world-premiere titles from filmmakers including Stephen Frears, Julie Delpy and Spike Lee are set to screen next month in Sundance's Premieres section, which, for the first time in recent…