Having Michael J. Fox back on NBC Thursday roughly 30 years later has a certain symmetry, but generating sustained interest in his comeback vehicle will require more than just good will.
The pleasures of Jane Austen and the horrors of the British slave trade make a surprisingly elegant fit in Amma Asante's handsome period piece.
Offering closure to a less-told chapter of World War II history, "The Railway Man" retraces the tracks of an exceptional man's life, as former British soldier Eric Lomax confronts the Japanese…
An enchanting six-part series about lost love, missed opportunities and second chances, one can hardly imagine such a project getting greenlit by a U.S. commercial network.
When comedy "Walk of Shame" wraps production this week, Lakeshore prexy Gary Lucchesi and chairman and CEO Tom Rosenberg will have an extra reason to celebrate: The production shingle recently raised…
The Recording Academy's Producers and Engineers Wing will honor Quincy Jones and Al Schmitt at a February Grammy Week event, while Epic Records chairman-CEO L.A. Reid will be feted at Clive Davis'…
As a Harvard-educated Midwesterner who developed the somber Iraq war drama "Stop-Loss," Reid Carolin admits that he never expected a movie about male strippers in Florida would be his big…
The six-hour "Hatfields & McCoys" has a certain grungy intensity, a la "Deadwood," but also features arid stretches, and too many supporting characters who register so sparingly you barely get to…
While "Losing Control" is a thoroughly likable, playful comedy, there's never a sense that writer-director Valerie Weiss is in total command of film's tone, pacing or comic content, which is…
Rufus Sewell is reteaming with his "Dark City" director Alex Proyas, who has cast the English thesp in WB/Legendary's "Paradise Lost."