In reality TV terms, "Preachers' Daughters" hits the trifecta — possessing an obvious movie precedent ("Footloose," anyone?), while targeting teenagers and their parents with tantalizing questions…
Shortly after “The Client List” premiered last April, I received an email from a massage therapist who was very upset about the message the show conveyed, including the assumption that legitimate…
Even a Hollywood ending can't entirely sour this well-made drama.
Niels Arden Oplev admitted at the Feb. 26 preem of FilmDistrict's "Dead Man Down" that it was a difficult shoot — and for an obvious reason.
Chan-wook Park kept his answers candid at the Feb. 27 New York premiere of his long-awaited English-language debut, "Stoker."
Paradigm has bolstered its management ranks with the appointment of Overbrook Entertainment partner Ken Stovitz as a senior agent. Stovitz, who is also a CAA alum, will join Paradigm's management…
World premieres by Rebecca Gilman and Seth Bockley, a new play by Tracey Scott Wilson, a new revival of tuner "Brigadoon" and a production of Mary Zimmerman's "The White Snake" are among the titles…
Telemundo often gets lost in the shadow of rival Univision, but the Spanish-language broadcaster is picking up ratings steam of its own. The NBCU-owned network is wrapping up its most-watched…
"The Central Park Five" may not be in contention at Sunday's Oscars, but Ken Burns and the other makers of the project have good reason to celebrate a win this week.
Opting for two tales of CIA heroics, showbiz scribes have selected "Argo" and "Zero Dark Thirty" for the key screenplay awards from the Writers Guild of America.