The proof's missing from the pudding in playwright David Auburn's writing-helming debut, "The Girl in the Park," a tonally disparate New York City-set pic that veers uneasily between melodrama and…
Indie animation house Laika has tapped former Lucasfilm and Hanna-Barbera exec Alan Keith as its new chief financial officer and veep business operations.
DC Comics has elevated David Hyde, praiser liaison for sister Warner Bros. divisions, to VP of publicity.
David Schwimmer's directing effort is a thoroughly competent mainstream craftsman who imposes no individual character on formulaic material.
HBO managed only 910,000 total viewers for the Sunday debut of "Tell Me You Love Me," its sexually explicit drama focusing on three problem-plagued couples and their female therapist.
John Sayles lets his narrative gifts take the lead and the social issues follow like a tight bass line.
If life seems more complicated now, consider the time and energy devoted to settling on the language that's permissible on television.
Back in 1997, electronic dance music was supposed to be the next big thing. Underworld was already a veteran act, having been around since 1989. A decade after electronica never quite happened, the…
Landing halfway between "Medium Cool" and a '70s disaster pic, drama has some conventional ideas and weak writing. But it mostly works, as a non-didactic portrait of the clash between grassroots…
Brian Wilson returned to his "spiritual home," London's Royal Festival Hall, to preem the commissioned song-suite "That Lucky Old Sun," which marked the venue's re-opening. Work is a complex…