Having Michael J. Fox back on NBC Thursday roughly 30 years later has a certain symmetry, but generating sustained interest in his comeback vehicle will require more than just good will.
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"Lee Daniels' The Butler," "Kick-Ass 2," "Jobs," "Paranoia," "Ain't Them Bodies" Saints and other new releases reviewed.
Warner Bros. has consummated a long flirtation with Emily Blunt, as the studio is in talks to pair her with Tom Cruise in Doug Liman's sci-fier "All You Need Is Kill."
In what amounts to a deal worth close to a million dollars, Warner Bros. has acquired screen rights to Roger Hobbs' debut thriller novel "The Ghostman," which Knopf will publish Stateside later this…
Character actor Sid Melton, best known as a regular on sitcoms "Make Room for Daddy" and "Green Acres" but also a source of comic relief in numerous B movies, died of pneumonia on Nov. 2 in Burbank…
Pete Rugolo, an Emmy-winning, Grammy-nominated composer and arranger whose TV themes included "The Fugitive" and "Run for Your Life," died Sunday of age-related causes in Sherman Oaks, Calif. He was…
Walt Disney Studios and Jerry Bruckheimer are donning their spurs once again for "Lone Ranger," but this time at a lower budget, fees for principal players reduced 20% and all involved agreeing to…
Charming illustrations and fairy-tale lensing are the chief draws of "The Thin Match-Man."
Barry Nelson, an MGM contract player during the 1940s who later had a prolific theater career and was the first actor to play James Bond on screen, has died. He was 89.
Ted Haigh was 14 when he decided to become a cocktail archaeologist. A fan of old movies like "The Thin Man," Haigh was stunned to discover recipes for all the drinks favored by Nick and Nora Charles…
Like a Rousseau painting splattered with carnage of warfare, "The Thin Red Line" indelibly presents a worldly paradise devastated by man's irrepressible impulse to destroy. Terrence Malick's…