In real life, people chow down on everything from McDonald's to Chinese food. So why does it feel like everyone on TV has a yen for Subway sandwiches? Over the past six years or so, Subway has…
With the fall TV season kicking in, Netflix is adding a cluster of NBC’s past full seasons to its video-streaming lineup, which could peel some viewers away from new shows on traditional TV — or…
Can “The Butler” do it again? Despite three wide releases entering the market, the Weinstein Co.’s holdover “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” looks to claim its second box office victory, after a solid $24…
Another crowded weekend at the domestic box office gives audiences plenty to choose from, though tracking suggests Universal’s “Kick-Ass 2” and the Weinstein Co.’s “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” have the…
Ever had a hard time leaving a job you love? Imagine being Greg Daniels. The "Office" creator was tasked with penning the show's finale and finding suitable endings for these beloved characters.
Fox’s latest “X-Men” outing, “The Wolverine,” kick started what should be a boffo domestic opening weekend with $4 million from Thursday late-night screenings. The Hugh Jackman solo mutant pic beat…
Relationships are as important to this year's comedies as straight laffs.
Sex, drama and magical farewells – the most memorable moments in comedy sometimes make you think.
Supporting comedic thesps Ellie Kemper, Anna Chlumsky, Busy Philipps, Hannah Simone, Ana Gasteyer, and Mayim Bialik visit the Variety Emmy Studio.
Matthew Hirschfeld has created several original lithographs for Variety and NBCUniversal as a marketing tool for the 2013 Emmy campaign. The lithographs are an homage to the late New York Times…