The tale of Walter White’s metamorphosis from meek high school chemistry teacher to drug kingpin and meth cook is finally coming to a close, and in honor of the occasion, the cast and producers of…
As if conceding the first season harbored a serious structural flaw, "The Newsroom" returns with a flashback framing device to help explain its we-told-you-so leaps into the near past — in the second…
FremantleMedia North America, best known as producer of "American Idol," is ending exclusive distribution and ad-sales partnership with YouTube for online channel The Pet Collective, pacting instead…
In a major first for this little country, two Israeli-helmed films received Oscar noms this year, both in the documentary category, and both for films that take a critical and sometimes searing look…
What begins as a barbed satire of our pill-popping, self-medicating society morphs into something intriguingly different in this elegantly coiled puzzler.
The last time the full group assembled to back Young on an album of original material -- the bloated and aimless "Broken Arrow" -- was in 1996, and the reunited band is set to release double album…
Subbing character actor Jeremy Renner into a franchise that requires Matt Damon-caliber magnetism, series scribe Tony Gilroy takes over the helming duties with an overlong sequel that features too…
Hugh Hefner started his eponymous Foundation in 1964 -- the same year the Civil Rights Act passed, and also the year before the Supreme Court ruled it was no business of the government whether a…
Offers an intriguing spin on a classic screwball setup: A young man, engaged to the wrong girl, finds himself swept away by a free spirit who turns out to be the right one.
The 16th Annual Gen Art Film Festival just finished up an eventful week, which showcased the New York premieres of seven features and seven shorts from up and coming filmmakers.