An exceptional one-man show for Tom Hardy, this ingeniously executed study in cinematic minimalism has depth, beauty and poise.
Wright Vs. Wrong
In movie land, three's often good company, but especially when it comes to trilogies.
Well, Broadway finally got itself an all-American musical in “Hands on a Hardbody.” The question is, will an all-American audience go for it? It’s hard to picture hotel concierges, travel agents and…
A fierce, homegrown anti-gay movement and a vastly outnumbered LGBT community confront each other in Uganda to uncertain and unsettling results in "Call Me Kuchu."
Confidently expanding his inquiry into the essence of American masculinity, Nichols' latest pressure-cooker pastoral conjures a wily figure of endangered Southern chivalry whose name is … you guessed…
If courtroom is theater, Takashi Miike's "Ace Attorney" is a dull production.
"True Blood" star Stephen Moyer is sticking with the genre that made him famous, having signed on to topline Darren Lynn Bousman's "The Barrens," which concerns the legend of the Jersey Devil.
Producers Eric and Kim Tannenbaum, as well as the shingle run by Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly, have all made the move from Sony to CBS TV Studios.
ABC's fall TV plans are shaping up.
NBC has added another marquee name to its 2010-11 lineup.
Pic largely succeeds as a handsomely mounted showcase for Queen Latifah.