A delicate study of a young woman extricating herself from the trappings of an outwardly successful life, "Something, Anything" marks a quietly assured feature debut for writer-director Paul Harrill.
Attorneys for two former employees of Rhythm & Hues and the debtors for the bankrupt company have reached an agreement to settle potential class action claims over the 238 employees who were laid off…
Lars Von Trier continues his teasing marketing campaign for his next film, “Nymphomaniac,” with this latest clip featuring Uma Thurman and Charlotte Gainsbourg. In the scene, Thurman appears to…
The more things don't change, the more people wonder.
AMC has a new story to tell – and it's eliminating the word "story" from its promotional efforts to do so. After using the tagline, "Story Matters Here" since 2009 to highlight its much-lauded move…
To call "Something in the Way" masturbatory would be a literal plot description, though it applies equally to helmer-scribe Teddy Soeriaatmadja's affected portrayal of a Jakarta taxi driver screwed…
Sony may have foreshadowed the coming months by holding the preem of Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" at the Dolby Theater followed by an afterparty at Hollywood and Highland's grand ballroom…
Brittany Murphy's last film, "Something Wicked," has completed post production and is up for sale to distributors, three years after her death.
As a TV critic, paying minimal attention to the growing onslaught of original Web programming might represent the difference between being mildly crazed and going completely off the deep end.
Made with the bittersweet clarity of hindsight and the assurance of a director in peak form, "Something in the Air" is Olivier Assayas' wise and wistful memory-piece on the revolutionary fervor that…
CBS has emerged the winner of a bidding war for the pilot of a primetime gameshow based on the Zynga mobile game "Draw Something" from Sony Pictures Television, Ryan Seacrest Prods. and Embassy Row.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions