Telling the puzzling story of doomed poet Edward Thomas who died in World War One, playwright Nick Dear abandons constricting chronology and uses multiple and contradictory narrators.
Comparisons with Alan Clarke's justly venerated British reform-school classic "Scum" (1979) are unlikely to flatter new entrants to the genre, but feature debutant Ron Scalpello bravely attempts a…
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has acquired 1.59 million shares in Viacom even as CEO Philippe Dauman sold down his stake in the media company, according to regulatory filings Tuesday with the…
Thomas Dooley, the top corporate lieutenant to Viacom prexy and CEO Philippe Dauman, has been upped to chief operating officer of Viacom.
Thomas Dooley, a top lieutenant to Viacom prexy and CEO Philippe Dauman, has been upped to chief operating officer of Viacom.
The following selective listing of music credits on scripted dramas and comedies in primetime is not meant to be comprehensive; shows without music personnel established by press time are not…
Director-choreographer Adam Shankman's buoyant stage-to-screen translation of "Hairspray" may not equal the comic zest of its 1988 root source, John Waters' first and still-finest mainstream feature.
Translations of Edmond Rostand's 1897 sensation "Cyrano de Bergerac" continue to be tweaked to cut running time or cope with more players than budgets can usually afford. Director Joseph Haj believes…
Half-baked execution and a wishy-washy script make "A Woman's a Helluva Thing" much lessuva thing than it could have been. Smirking take on sex wars feels curiously dated, and thesps never gel into a…
Boosted by its coverage of the Sydney Olympics, NBC Sports took home 10 Sports Emmy Awards at the 22nd annual ceremony Monday night at Gotham's Marriott Marquis.
"Over the Rainbow" topped an eclectic list of 365 records and cast albums from the past century that America's schoolkids will learn about through a program unveiled Wednesday by the Recording…