Roughly midway through "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," a lovesick Bill Nighy notes that Judi Dench's character has "checked out," referring of course to her status at the hotel.
‘Masters of Sex’: Carrying a Cinematic Sensibility to the Small Screen Michael Apted first found fame in 1964 as the director of "Seven Up," a groundbreaking television documentary charting the lives…
Steven Spielberg will direct an adaptation of Roald Dahl’s novel “The BFG.” The story follows a little girl who leads a big, friendly giant and the Queen of England on a journey to stop the fiercer…
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In cable TV terms, "Masters of Sex" feels like a triumph of concept and casting even before you get to the perfectly entertaining series birthed out of those two well-devised elements. Revisiting…
Summerall was an announcer with CBS in radio and television for 32 years.
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John Madden will direct the indie action-comedy "Murder Mystery," with Charlize Theron in talks to star.
India is the new Italy for retirees seeking a hot climate to renew their lust for life, based on the evidence of this frequently droll and likable if thoroughly predictable comedy-drama.
In an election year, you will repeatedly hear politicians claim that showbiz is a hotbed of lefties.
A trio of Mossad agents are haunted by what they owe their country and one another.
POSTED BY STUART LEVINE Following the frantic exec session with Ben Silverman and Marc Graboff, NBC’s next panel focused on the network’s Sunday Night Football package. And, despite Silverman’s…