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…
IFC Films bought U.S. rights to Armando Iannucci's comedy "In the Loop" hours before its preem at the Sundance Film Festival.
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.
Lifetime has greenlit health-and-lifestyle-themed nonfiction series "Cook Yourself Thin" for a spring launch.
"Spread" squanders some initial goodwill on a forced, desultory final act.
NBC has greenlit a pilot for a dramedy revolving around nurses, while ABC has conjured a pilot order for Warner Bros. TV's small screen adaptation of "The Witches of Eastwick."
Scribe, journalist and author Diablo Cody is one of three jurors who will choose the best first feature that unspools at the Berlin Film Festival, organizers announced on Thursday.
Nora and Delia Ephron are working on a new play, and a string of actresses -- including Tyne Daly, Blythe Danner, Rosie O'Donnell and Parker Posey -- have signed on to appear in Gotham readings of it.
Chances are that, having shuffled off your mortal coil and made it past the pearly gates, you'd fully expect the Primal Elder's voice to be at least as sonorous as that of James Earl Jones. That…