Too many stretches of "Wedding Palace" are so garishly lit and broadly overplayed that they seem more cartoonish than the actual animated sequences that pepper the live-action production.
A friend last week was appalled that I was not yet subscribing to DogTV, the 24-hour pay service that was daily pacifying his pooches. Didn't I understand the value of canine kitsch?
A movie blogger irate about cellphone usage during a Toronto International Film Festival screening called 911 to report the offense. At a midnight screening Monday, FirstShowing.net blogger Alex…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Though “Smash” may have bit the dust on NBC this year, its showrunner, Joshua Safran, has already lined up projects at both Fox and ABC. “Royal,” set at Fox, is billed as a soap about a Kate…
Further fest play seems likely for this abrasive feminist drama from debuting writer-helmer Maya Dreifuss.
As gripping as scenes from “Grizzly Man” or “Into the Abyss,” Werner Herzog’s new 35-minute documentary on the dangers of texting while driving might be one of the most effective public service…
Disney wants more smartphones to work inside its theme parks as the company looks to offer guests more services through mobile devices — especially during peak hours. In a new multiyear alliance…
Warner Bros.’ release of the Baz Luhrmann 3D spectacle “The Great Gatsby” proved there’s more to summer moviegoing than just superheroes and sequels, scoring a glitzy $51.1 million opening estimate…
Europe's Studiocanal is joining forces with Disney Nordic to roll out the bigscreen adaptation of Jonas Jonasson's bestseller "The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared."
Showbizzers were shaking their heads and snickering Thursday morning as word of Scott Sassa's hasty exit from Hearst Entertainment spread among his friends and associates.
“There are more ways to bully these days: it can come from online, and via social media." Michelynn Woodard is vice prexy of philanthropy for JCPenney. She joined the company in April after 15 years…