Spurred by largely stellar reviews in the wake of its Sept. 26 opening, the Broadway revival of "The Glass Menagerie" posted the largest individual jump of the week at the Broadway box office…
The HFPA and InStyle held their annual, always elegant Toronto Film Festival soiree on Sept. 9 in the Windsor Arms, where the steady arrival of leading ladies and gentlemen ensured that the boutique…
Jeweler and Cannes fest sponsor Chopard presented its Trophee Chopard awards, given each year to a jury-chosen duo of rising film stars, to Spain's Blanca Suarez and Brit Jeremy Irvine on Thursday…
Watch out, “Wicked” witches, here comes “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” a heavyweight contender for those precious audiences of little girls who attend the theater in princess gowns and…
The Monday following the net's coverage of the Super Bowl was a super one for CBS as the net won each half-hour in key demos, led by a season high for "How I Met Your Mother." Also of note, Fox's…
As TriStar rolls out "Sparkle" on more than 2,200 screens today, the specter of the late Whitney Houston looms large, due mostly to the circumstances surrounding her death in February.
Interest in Whitney Houston's swan song should all but ensure decent business for this hopelessly scattered remake.
Tuesday's world preem of TriStar's "Sparkle" belonged to Jordin Sparks and Whitney Houston.
The death of Whitney Houston came just as the pop star was planning her return to the bigscreen in Sony's musical-drama "Sparkle," dated for Aug. 17.
"Sparkle" director Salim Akil has already cast Whitney Houston in Sony's music-themed drama, and now another Grammy winner has enlisted in the ensemble, as Cee-Lo Green has joined the cast along with…
"American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks and Mike Epps are set to star in Sony Pictures' remake of "Sparkle," while Whitney Houston is in negotiations.
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