FX is off to a solid start with its drama “The Bridge,” which racked up an overall audience on par with the net’s recent “The Americans.” Based on preliminary Nielsen data, a little more than 3…
Bell Canada is finally getting its hands on rival broadcaster Astral Media. After rejecting the $3 billion deal last fall, federal regulator the Canadian Radio-Television & Telecommunications…
A searing, horrifying, at times starkly beautiful documentary ode to the netherworlds surrounding the U.S.-Mexico barrier.
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Not since playing a corrupt Wall Street exec in "Boiler Room," has Ben Affleck shown such an evil turn as he does in the New Regency thriller "Runner Runner" that also stars Justin Timberlake.
FX is crossing "The Bridge," giving a 13-episode series order to the Scandinavian import that will now get a U.S. imprint.
Pic adopts a Michael Moore style even more polemical than Stone's earlier docs.
Continuing the trend of Canuck TV dramas heading south, "The Border" and "The Guard" have been snapped up by U.S. TV network Ion Television, it was announced Tuesday.
NBC Universal's U.S. Hispanic web Telemundo has given up on its immediate ambitions to bow a web in Mexico -- and has linked up with Mexican media giant Televisa, which had lobbied hard to keep it…
Piper Perabo has inked to star in Disney's "South of the Border," to be directed by "Scooby Doo" helmer Raja Gosnell. David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman and John Jacobs will produce the live-action film…
Wrapping the political hot potato of illegal immigration in the sentimental balm of a mother-son reunion drama, this stirring tale will be embraced most enthusiastically by Mexican audiences on both…
A flashback to the playfully tender East Euro cinema of yore with a forceful if predictable punch in the closing reel, Rajko Grlic's "Border Post" marks a virile comeback for the Croatian veteran…