Venus Williams is teaming with production company 3 Ball Entertainment on a new unscripted series about female entrepreneurs called “Deals in Heels,” Variety has learned. Williams, a world champion…
After 15-plus years sharing an 8,500-square-foot mansion in a gated Palm Beach Gardens enclave in Florida, and amid tabloid reports of a rift that their reps say is all hooey, celebrated professional…
Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan play a couple celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary in this bittersweet, charming yet often very thorny comedy-drama.
In the latest wrinkle in its "30 for 30" documentary brand, ESPN has commissioned a series of films devoted to women in sports and the landmark 40-year-old Title IX ruling that mandated equal support…
U.K. distrib Kaleidoscope has picked up Maiken Baird and Michelle Major's docu "Venus & Serena" from K5 Intl. Pic, which follows the Williams sisters through a year of their lives, will be released…
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Great Gatsby Distributor: Warner Bros. It don't mean a thing if it…
"Venus and Serena" is an engaging, warts-and-all look at the Williams sisters, who have dominated the professional tennis circuit for more than a decade, breaking ground for female and…
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Few folks who buy tickets will dislike this predictable but pleasant comedic fantasy.
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If Tennessee Williams' self-described "shameless romanticism" gives "The Night of the Iguana" its emotional power, then his desire to embrace a universal guilt gives the play its psychological hook…
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