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Season Of The Witch
New musical "Big Fish" has a high-class problem. In the six months between the end of this Chicago tryout and its Broadway launch in September, creatives need to resist tampering too much with…
The National Theater of Scotland’s production of “Macbeth,” starring Alan Cumming, opened on Broadway April 21. The following is Mark Fisher’s original review (June 18, 2012) of the show’s initial…
A wicked little road-trip pic in which a tacky couple discovers that cross-country caravanning makes it surprisingly easy -- and fun! -- to knock off the more obnoxious characters they encounter en…
Relativity Media's first attempt at a star-driven, family-targeted film hits this weekend in the Snow White pic "Mirror Mirror," a major milestone in its journey to studiohood and a project that came…
"Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" reps a marginal improvement on the series' first installment and contains enough idiosyncrasies to launch it ahead of the moribund "Season of the Witch."
Relativity Media is ramping up its TV sales and digital distribution unit.
Relativity Media has acquired domestic distribution rights to Smokewood Entertainment's "Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer" and plans to release the comedy this summer.
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Signaling that Relativity is bringing its checkbook to Park City, Utah, the company has hired Joe Matukewicz for a newly created post as senior veep of worldwide acquisitions.
'Witch' opens behind holiday holdovers.
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