Solid drama with nice dashes of humor, warmth and local color.
The French government has named Phoenix Pictures topper Mike Medavoy and DGA national exec director Jay D. Roth as members of the National Order of the Legion of Honor.
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Clearly mindful of the "X-Men" movie trilogy as well as the upcoming "Wolverine" solo feature, Nicktoons' animated series based on the popular comicbook puts the clawed hero front and center while…
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First of all, Sundance 2009 was one of the better, and least aggravating, editions of this year-launching festival in some time.
With a backstory that provided more drama than the average WWII movie, "The Reader" not long ago seemed destined to be remembered more for its troubled production than for any awards season accolades.
Spike TV has enlisted NFL Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin to host a reality-competish series in which the winner will be invited to the Dallas Cowboys' training camp.
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