Spike Lee and singer-songwriter-playwright Stew, who won a Tony in 2008 for his work on the musical "Passing Strange," have teamed up for a spectacularly unsubtle commentary on Donald Trump's…
Kristen Stewart is one of the mad ones. But mad in a beautiful way. And she is determined to make people mad. To show them she is more than Bella in "Twilight." To show them she does burn, and…
Warner Bros. has brought its female lead into "Focus," as Kristen Stewart is in talks to co-star with Ben Affleck in the con artist movie that "Crazy Stupid Love" helmers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa…
While TV's influence is sometimes exaggerated by cultural scolds, it's hard to debate the medium's role in gradually facilitating greater acceptance of gays and lesbians -- so much so that Vice…
Bill Castle was a colorful producer of a previous generation who had a simple philosophy about filmgoers. "Keep surprising 'em," he used to tell me. "Give 'em something they've never seen before."
Bringing together slasher horror, delusional-superhero seriocomedy and dysfunctional family-reunion uplift, "Some Guy Who Kills People" has few original elements, but does a neat job pulling familiar…
Intergenerational noncommunication, financial woes and a sweltering summer make for a simmering if unexceptional stew in Argyris Papadimitropoulos and Jan Vogel's story of Greek turmoil. "Wasted…
Mixes romance, crime story, black comedy, modern fairy tale and food to near-perfection.
There's a stew of ideas simmering in "Mothers," but unfortunately none of them emerge fully cooked.
The 2010 lineup for the Brooklyn Academy of Music's 28th annual Next Wave Fest encompasses legit offerings.
Composer Stew has taken on a sweet summertime assignment.