Variety's critics debate the highs and lows of an unusually paranoid and post-apocalyptic summer movie season.
The Man With The Golden Ears
Immediately following the June 10 world premiere of "Man of Steel" at Alice Tully Hall, Warner Bros. bussed guests down to Chelsea's Moynihan Station. There they dined at Skylight, an industrial…
Digital savvy got him the CEO job. Now Kevin Tsujihara has to unify Warner Bros. and steer its evolution in an on-demand world.
After working at a handful of radio stations, Jimmy Kimmel got a job at L.A. alternative music station KROQ in 1994.
"The Tudors" showrunner Michael Hirst is joining Germany's ZDF Enterprises and Munich-based Beta Film on "Alexander," an English-language event TV series about the Macedonian king who conquered much…
Quentin Tarantino: The "Django" scribe/helmer was nonplussed to win the screenplay award. "Wow, I wasn't expecting this … this is a damn surprise. He went on to thank the people he reads his scripts…
Exec producers steer smallscreen ships. . .
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Colfer became a kudos star when he won at the Golden Globes, and his eloquent speech might still be ringing in voters' ears.
While it had a healthy development slate, AMC will not go forward with any pilots for the near future. But murder mystery "The Killing" is looking likely for a second-season pickup.
Til Schweiger's the marquee name but up-and-comer Nora Tschirner shares the performance crown in "Rabbit Without Ears," an ultra-slick romantic comedy in which the multi-hyphenate Teuton hunk proves…
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