“An Act of God,” the Broadway comedy that stars Emmy winner Jim Parsons, has swiftly made it into the black — ensuring that much of the revenue from the show’s final three weeks will count as profit…
Fox’s “The X Factor,” which returned to lower ratings for its third season last week, found some of its lost audience in early DVR playback and looked a bit healthier relative to its competition. In…
It has some time to recoup, but NBC’s ambitious gameshow “The MIllion Second Quiz” opened to soft numbers Monday night. The around-the-clock quiz show hosted by Ryan Seacrest settled for a 1.7…
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In DreamWorks Animation's winsome toon "Turbo," a junior speed maven dreams of competing in the Indianapolis 500. There's just one small problem: He's a snail.
With the recent announcement by U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) of his intention to introduce the Stage Act of 2013, the legit industry may be one step closer to earning an IRS write-off.
"I'll Eat You Last," the Broadway play toplined by Bette Midler, has become one of the first of the spring's shows to make it into the black, according to producers, with the show recouping its $2.4…
Some years, the Tony nominations are announced and Broadway shows fall like dominoes. But this year, two days after the nominations, the news is good: Tom Hanks starrer "Lucky Guy," nominated for six…
Fee-fi-fo-fum, this fairy-tale retread is pretty dumb. Feeding the recent appetite for revisionist screen fantasies (“Snow White and the Huntsman,” “Mirror Mirror,” “Once Upon a Time”), “Jack the…
LONDON -- Blighty's broadcasters -- specifically satcaster BSkyB and commercial broadcaster ITV -- were called to invest more coin in local movies while indie producers should be able to recoup more…
As LGBT films find their bigscreen runs shortened and ancillary revenues dropping, more distribs and producers are asking for a share of festival ticket sales.
Everything looks to be going well for "Memphis." The bluesy tuner, which has played for nearly 700 performances, has been filmed for theatrical release and is readying a big national tour this fall.