Just like its main antagonists, "Pride Prejudice and Zombies" is a film that refuses to die, and looks like it may have risen again from the dead.
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Panorama Media has come on board "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," joining Darko Entertainment, Handsomecharlie Films and producer Allison Shearmur.
As some major online ad networks scramble to pull away from pirated content sites, more just rush in to take their place.
BBC Worldwide is partnering with in-theater advertising company Screenvision to bring Daniel Craig-narrated nature docu "One Life" to Stateside theaters for a limited engagement on Feb. 21.
"Spinning Plates" enjoyably profiles a disparate trio of U.S. eateries ranging from the loftiest emporium of gastronomical innovation to the humblest mom-and-pop operation.
Back in the late 1990s, David E. Kelley was accustomed to juggling multiple shows on an array of networks, often writing episodes for each series.
Chung-hoon Chung, who was born in 1970 in Seoul, South Korea, started out as a child actor and cinephiles everywhere can be thankful that he turned out to be "a horrible one -- really bad."
David Lowery had directed a feature before, but never like this.
Telling the puzzling story of doomed poet Edward Thomas who died in World War One, playwright Nick Dear abandons constricting chronology and uses multiple and contradictory narrators.
Master Chief has just completed one vital mission for Microsoft: Successfully launching "Halo 4."
Barnstorming swordplay, pretty faces and a no-brainer plot combine to fizzy effect in "Rurouni Kenshin," the screen adaptation of a Meiji-era manga series about a ronin who kicks ass while preaching…