Even if you live in a cave or loathe little girls, you've probably heard of Hannah Montana.
Purportedly based on the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi, "That Game of Chess" is a remarkably straightforward tale of an immigrant's corruption and redemption in a new land, told with a remarkable…
An upright judge's hands are tied when a colleague tries him for prostituting and maltreating his S&M-happy wife in "Tied Together," a soberly shot but captivating debut by Belgian writer-helmer Erik…
After keeping a tight lid on the project for months, Hong Kong multihyphenate Jackie Chan has unveiled the details of his $25 million pic "Big Soldier."
When Kal Penn's character on Fox's "House" was killed off Monday night, it could easily have been interpreted as a career setback for the actor.
For the first time in the 36-year history of the kudos, the Daytime Emmy Awards will air not on a Big Three net but on the CW (Daily Variety, March 26).
Samuel L. Jackson has been named host of the ESPY Awards, televised July 19 from the Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles.
Blighty's Pinewood Studios Group is poised to back a bid for Toronto's recently opened FilmPort studio complex.
In a cabinet reshuffle, screenwriter-turned-director Angeles Gonzalez Sinde has been named Spain's minister of culture. She replaces poet Cesar Antonio Molina.
Gaumont has acquired the bestselling Joseph Finder novel "Paranoia" and set Barry Levy to script an adaptation.
Killer Films has resurrected "Betsy and the Emperor," the screen version of Staton Rabin's children's book previously set up at Warner Bros.' kids unit Storyopolis.