Variety is strengthening the ranks of its editorial team with the hiring of Jenelle Riley as associate editor, features. For the past 11 years as film and television editor at Backstage, the oldest…
The weather outside was melancholy — sheets of rain and a thick blanket of fog — but inside the Chicago Theater, the mood was altogether exuberant at Thursday evening's Roger Ebert memorial…
Twenty of the most memorable scenes in film in 2012, as suggested by the Variety editorial team. By definition, spoilers follow:
Even with 40 years at Columbia under his belt, the Boss is still rock's Marathon Man.
With a 15-member supersized E Street Band at his disposal, Bruce Springsteen delivered an emotional wallop to go along with his 40-year repertoire of songs.
On the heels of the $155 million domestic theatrical opening for "The Hunger Games," pic's accompanying soundtrack bows at No. 1 on the U.S. album chart this week.
Proving that manufactured Britpop did not expire with the Spice Girls, boy band One Direction's "Up All Night" became the first British debut album to bow at No. 1 on the U.S. album chart last week.
At Bruce Springsteen's first-ever South by Southwest keynote address on Thursday, he offered the packed audience a revealing glimpse into his artistry, inspiration, and what it means to be a human…
In a slim yet significant victory, Bruce Springsteen's "Wrecking Ball" shoved Adele's "21" out of the No. 1 slot on the U.S. album chart this week.
The lavish and entirely satisfying production includes a full orchestra, eye-popping designs and a 40-person cast headed by Bernadette Peters.
A portrait of once-great Motor City abandoned whole by the American Dream, this handsomely shot docu from French filmmaker Florent Tillon is intriguing but unsatisfying.