"I thought after 'Twilight' my life was going to be easy," Hardwicke says. "I was the first woman to do that. But no, it hasn't been easy."
Writers And Directors
The never-ending debate over media consolidation this week will focus on an esoteric rule that involving how the FCC calculates whether groups like Sinclair, Univision and Fox meet or exceed caps on…
Like many a "Breaking Bad" fan, Peter Gould found it hard to focus on Sunday's Primetime Emmys.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
New Line has tapped "We're the Millers" scribes Sean Anders and John Morris to take on "Horrible Bosses 2." Anders will direct, and Morris will exec produce pic.
The Writers Guild of America has amped up its battle with NBC's documentary-reality operation Peacock Prods., taking its unionization case to Comcast/NBCU topper Stephen Burke.
DGA prexy Paris Barclay takes a backseat to no writer as he puts his profession's best foot forward.
In 1963, Emmy nominations for writing and helming went to lawyer and doctor shows; a Western about a crooked poker game; a bittersweet romance; and a stage play starring Trevor Howard as Disraeli…
The brewing Broadway adaptation of "Rear Window" has tapped scribe Keith Reddin and helmer Terry Kinney to bring the thriller to the stage. Reddin is a veteran legit scribe whose plays include "Life…
Thudding shocks and predictability dull the edge of this futuristic horror movie.
Emmy-winning and Oscar- and Tony-nominated writer Fay Kanin, who was the first full-term female president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, an advocate for film preservation and a…
The end of Oscar season is both an upper and a downer. As tiresome as the rituals of self-congratulation may be, the events nonetheless create a sense of community among artists and executives. For a…