NBC spokesman says Costas's eye infection is a day-to-day situation
"Monuments Men" joins films ranging from "The Producers" to "Life Is Beautiful" in trying to blend comedy with the Third Reich
Sebastian Lelio hammers home the marginalized existence of a woman in her late 50s looking for love in Santiago
"Pucks," the struggling show within a show in "Episodes," faces even more challenges in Season 3
The show continues to revel in uncomfortable moments in upcoming episodes
Julian Fellowes' upper-crust soap opera remains as compulsively watchable as ever despite occasional lapses into melodrama
Universal's much delayed 3D release is flat and often confusing, but at least the swordplay's dramatic
An inventor sets out to paint his own Dutch Master using optics and an exact replica of the artist's work space, and the magicians documented...
Longtime exec has been handling marketing at Illumination since 2011
The often silent magician talked about the unlikely documentary project after TheWrap screening
The Grim Reaper proves an unwelcome narrator in well-intentioned adaptation of Markus Zusak's popular World War II novel
Ridley Scott's latest movie starts promisingly but turns into yet another movie about a drug deal gone bad
Newly divorced TV reporter inspires his parents to split in show that pays off in unexpected ways
The show built around the Australian star of "Pitch Perfect" gets off to a disappointing start
Lizzy Caplan dominates Showtime's series about pioneering sex researchers Masters & Johnson
The "Family Ties" star has reverted to his lovable type after playing obnoxious guest stars in recent years
Heist gone bad taints happiness over winning number
Rogue FBI agent tries to bend presidential doctor to his will in political drama from Jerry Bruckheimer
Star digs into his scenes with relish in NBC procedural that bears striking resemblance to "Silence of the Lambs"
James Greenberg talks with TheWrap about the biggest surprises in the book
The HBO original movie debuts Saturday at 9 p.m.
AMC's newest series bears a passing resemblance to "Breaking Bad," but could use a dollop of that show's mordant wit
Bump in profitability may not be enough to please hedge fund investor Daniel Loeb, who is agitating for the spin-off
Hood replaces the retiring Alan Perris
A study on gender and movie critics finds that female critics account for less than 20 percent of top film reviews on Rotten Tomatoes this...
Group is also opposed to the sale of the papers to Rupert Murdoch
The director of Tribeca's opening night film has been humbled by its reception at the festival
Analysis: Investments in content are eating into profit as digital heavyweights like Netflix position themselves for the future
Social media erupted on the news that Zach Braff had launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund his next movie
In a fitting end to the massive media fueled search, Boston police announced the suspect's capture on social media