"A lot of the best work in the world is being done in television," says composer James Newton Howard. "I am delighted just to work on a good movie, no matter what the medium is." Howard, an…
“Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise,” the revival of Tom Selleck’s detective drama franchise, will debut Oct. 18 on Hallmark Channel. The cast includes William Devane, Gloria Reuben, Leslie Hope and Luke…
With an acting resume that starts with such gem parts as "Stud" in the 1970 farce "Myra Breckinridge" and proceeds to his Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning work on the '80s TV series "Magnum, P.I.," Tom…
In 2012, when CBS passed on airing more telepics in the "Jesse Stone" series after the eighth installment, Tom Selleck never shopped the property. Selleck was eager to continue playing the rough-hewn…
Tom Selleck is fond of saying that every actor should take "star lessons" from James Garner. Having worked with Garner on "The Rockford Files" very early in his career, Selleck noticed that Garner…
Bettye McCartt, the longtime agent-manager for actor Tom Selleck and TV director Tony Wharmby, died of heart failure on Friday, Aug. 16, in Santa Barbara, Calif. She was 81. McCartt was owner of…
LONDON — The Zurich Film Festival has announced its first Gala Premieres, which will include "Gravity," "Devil’s Knot" and "Diana." The lineup offers the possibility of a few star appearances on the…
Tom Hooper gets up close and personal in his latest film, "Les Miserables." A perfect balance is struck between visually epic moments and the quieter more intimate moments where the camera is close…
The eighth "Jesse Stone" movie, "Benefit of the Doubt," will be the last produced for CBS, its producer confirmed.
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The seventh "Jesse Stone" movie opens in such dark, dour and deliberate fashion as to bring CBS about as close as it'll ever get to Ingmar Bergman territory.
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