No spoiler alert is needed to accompany the observation that Wallis Simpson, the eponymous Duchess of Windsor, is onstage in Nicholas Wright's quietly fascinating new play for five minutes max.
Thesp Sheila Hancock will be awarded the EON productions lifetime achievement award at this year's Women in Film and Television Awards in Blighty.
Despite a slow start and clunky storytelling, it's shamelessly and irresistibly entertaining.
An almost unfilmable novel about a young German kid's-eye view of the Holocaust gets a solid, ultimately powerful translation to the bigscreen.
The most famous sequence from Hitchcock's "Torn Curtain" is the silent scene in which Paul Newman takes several minutes to kill an East German spy. That's nothing compared with playwright Alan…
Fox's new reality music competition series "The Next Great American Band" has selected its judges: John Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls, Prince protege and drummer extraordinaire Sheila E. and Aussie…
Scott Rudin and Craig Perry will produce family comedy "The Pet" for Disney. Sheila Hanahan Taylor will executive produce. Pic will be scripted by Matt Lieberman, who penned upcoming "Dr. Dolittle 4"…
In London's year of record tuner openings, Tony winner "Monty Python's Spamalot" topped the nominees list for the 2007 Laurence Olivier Awards with seven mentions, including best musical.
Bursting with heavy-handed postulations about everything from global terrorism to the ethos of dust particles, Sally Potter's "Yes" is a deeply idiosyncratic essay film made under the signs of Derek…
A potentially maudlin "Death in Venice" scenario in a contemporary universe and a wryly comic key, "Love and Death on Long Island" marks a winning feature debut from Richard Kwietniowski.
"A Business Affair" is an unremarkable contemporary dramatic comedy that underutilizes ordinarily finethesps. Theme of a lovely and talented woman's coming to terms with true independence has…