TCA 2014: "I just bought a new car," says star Jeffrey Tambor
The festival will screen six films, including "Listen Up Philip" and "Life After Beth," at the historic Ace Hotel
Tribeca Film has set the Alex Ross Perry Sundance comedy for a fall 2014 release
In an excerpt from her book "The $11 Billion Dollar Year," Anne Thompson describes Anderson's inaugural experience at Cannes for "Moonrise Kingdom"
Patrick Brice is directing the indie comedy, which Mark Duplass is producing with Naomi Scott
The "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" filmmaker co-wrote the script with Toby Halbrooks
"Alpha House" gets a second season
The online giant isn't convinced that the the binge approach favored by rival Netflix is the best way to release original programming
Amazon series comes from Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Alex Timbers
Unabashedly tear-jerking and proudly emotional, the Disney film about the making of "Mary Poppins" is a strong awards contender
Prickly author P.L. Travers' battles with Walt Disney over the making of "Mary Poppins" are fun to watch, but it's really all about art and...
The show, live-streamed worldwide, is free-wheeling and sketchy as the rapper, Lady Gaga and Arcade Fire perform
Avicii, Earl Sweatshirt and M.I.A join Arcade Fire, Gaga and Eminem as performers
Spike Jonze will be creative director and Jason Schwartzman will host the video giant's debut show
The best industry events of the week: Softball with President Clinton and umpire Matt Lauer, Kobe and Kimmel go 1-on-1 and Jason Sudeikis and Olivia...
Youth culture documentary features narration from Jena Malone and Ben Whishaw
Alex Ross Perry ("The Color Wheel") wrote and will direct the New York-set indie movie
Star previously showed two episodes of the show at South by Southwest
Jennifer Aniston stars as a therapist in the comedy about a married Broadway director (Owen Wilson) who falls for a prostitute-turned-actress
Roman Coppola’s sophomore effort is a doodle with characters that are only there to model 1970s outfits and hairdos
Roman Coppola directed this kooky comedy, which features the "Anger Management" star dealing with a midlife crisis
Wes Anderson's quirky "Moonlight Kingdom" has a 95 percent favorable rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has crossed the $40 million mark at the box office