The end of "Queer Eye" and a potentially controversial U.S. remake of a Blighty gameshow format were among the slew of programming announcements cablers unleashed late last week at the semi-annual TV…
In New York: Micheal's regulars were agog the other day when the "Supremes" arrived. I do mean Mary Wilson of the originals and the cinema's new "Dreamgirl" Jennifer Hudson.
Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm improved her state's film production clout this past week with the signing of film incentive legislation.
Tuning In: No disrespect intended to Megan Mullally and her recently canceled talkshow, but long before the "Will & Grace" co-star greeted a daytime audience, it was virtually impossible to find…
London Eye: Her unflinching low-budget debut "Red Road" won the jury prize at Cannes last year, but Andrea Arnold couldn't be further from the stereotype of the pretentious European auteur.
Noises Off: Broadway sales are taking their usual post-holiday slide, but industry folk have reason to hope the winter forecast may still be sunny.
With President Bush announcing a "new way forward" in Iraq that includes the addition of some 21,000 troops, W&W fielded reaction from four filmmakers who have spent the last few immersed in all…
A school district in Seattle has put what it calls a "moratorium" on the showing of the Al Gore doc "An Inconvenient Truth" after one parent complained. The Federal Way School Board instituted new…
Politics of "24": As Fox’s hit series makes its season premiere on Sunday, Time’s James Poniewozik dissects the politics of the show, which he calls "as close to anything has to being the Official…
Peter Bart: The Back Lot: Debate may rage over the various "best actor" awards this year, but to me it's clear which newcomer has stirred the most attention. Hello "Borat." That is, Sacha Baron Cohen.
The Golden Globes had already established itself as party time by the time the 1962 awards rolled into the BevHilton Hotel. I'd attended their parties over the years at venues including the Cocoanut…