For those a little rusty on their British history -- specifically the War of the Roses -- "The White Queen" offers up another handsome costume drama, about on the level of "The Tudors," defined by…
This aggressively terrible horror quickie is conclusive proof that the found-footage horror cycle has finally reached its low ebb.
With its excessive plotting, heavy-handed use of London establishing shots and ponderous air of villainy, "All Things to All Men" could easily be dismissed as yet another minnow pulled from the…
Worlds don't so much collide as politely bump into each other in "Three Worlds," a glossy, well-meaning but dramatically listless study of class relations in contemporary Paris.
Offlot TV production in Los Angeles has remained soft at the start of the spring quarter, following a 9% decline during the first quarter.
With the end finally starting to come into view for broadcast TV pilot casting, Minnie Driver, Judd Hirsch, David Krumholtz, Lucy Liu, Hayden Panettiere, Matthew Perry, Jamie Lynn Sigler, Jordana…
Director Rory Kennedy is a good daughter, which is precisely why "Ethel" is such a stiff film.
CBS is starting to make its drama pilot pickups, handing orders to legal-themed drama "Baby Big Shot" and a modern-day take on Sherlock Holmes.
Jake and Elwood Blues are on a new mission: finding a place in primetime.
Playwright Keith Huff, who spent years in the Chicago storefront trenches before achieving recording-breaking Broadway success with the Daniel Craig-Hugh Jackman starrer "A Steady Rain," is awfully…