Rock opera and disco impresario Robert Stigwood, who produced “Grease” and “Saturday Night Fever” and managed the Bee Gees, died Jan. 4 at 81. Stigwood also produced Broadway shows including “Jesus…
Saturday Night Fever
Alan Parker, director of such movies as "Midnight Express," "Fame" and "Evita," is being honored with a British Film Institute retrospective through Oct. 25 in London. Parker was a 26-year-old ad…
Jon Hamm essays a character very different from Don Draper in the British miniseries “A Young Doctor’s Notebook,” which will finally premiere in the U.S. on Wednesday at 10 p.m. on Ovation. The “Mad…
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“Dexter” killed it in the ratings Sunday night, as the eight-year drama drew the largest audience ever for a Showtime series. The series finale of “Dexter” averaged about 2.8 million viewers…
The song of the summer — Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” — was appropriately the song of the night at Saturday’s pre-Emmy party swirl. By this time, those of us on the circuit had seen one another four or…
Floyd Mayweather wasn’t the only one raking in the dough Saturday night. The Mayweather-Canelo boxing match, broadcast on Showtime Pay-Per-View, snagged nearly $150 million, making it the…
"It's about finding a comfort zone. I guess I'm just more comfortable being other people than I am being myself."
The last time Lorne Michaels ever really let a public comment pass about which "Saturday Night Live" cast member might not return to the program came in 1986, at the tail end of "SNL’s" ill-fated…
This elegant, geographically vivid pic is considerably leaner than its melodramatic premise might suggest, though wan characterization makes it less immediately engaging than "A Screaming Man."
Cutting Edge Group, which has invested in more than 200 films, is forming the Cutting Edge Originals banner to develop and produce music-themed feature films. "Cutting Edge Originals is about great…
That which you hate today you're gonna love tomorrow. And you're gonna love "Get Lucky." And the person who's gonna hook you is Nile Rodgers.