A visually mangy but frequently hilarious low-budgeter.
A year after its Sundance preem, Peace Arch announced they've nabbed North American rights to the coming-of-ager "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh," based on Michael Chabon's ("Wonder Boys") first tome…
Ensnares a first-rate cast in a dramatic dragnet for a moral lesson about street-weary policemen.
Producers of the Broadway revival of "Speed-the-Plow" have filed a grievance with thesp union Actors' Equity over Jeremy Piven's sudden departure from the production.
Beleaguered Screen Actors Guild national exec director Doug Allen isn't backing down and has blasted the moderate wing of the guild's national board, which nearly fired him a week ago.
Matthew Weiner now has an impressive paycheck to go along with all the kudos and acclaim he's garnered for "Mad Men" during the past 18 months.
Five years after first beaming into Italian homes, Rupert Murdoch's Sky Italia satcaster is starting to shake up the country's TV landscape with its first batch of skeins centered around…
Brazil's TV Globo has gone to exotic lengths to defend its long-held numero uno status. Starting Jan. 19, Gloria Perez's telenovela "Caminho das Indias" (Path to India), a colorful India complete…
Viacom-backed Bollywood production house the Indian Film Co. is fighting off what looks like a hostile takeover bid from a fund management group.
Chinese helmer Zhang Yimou, who directed the Beijing Olympics' opening and closing ceremonies, will organize the 60th anniversary party to celebrate the foundation of Communist China on Oct. 1.
British lawyer and writer John Mortimer, creator of the curmudgeonly criminal lawyer Rumpole of the Bailey, died Friday near London.
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