M. Night Shyamalan and Chad Hodge deliver in Fox’s taut, mysterious limited series starring Matt Dillon, Melissa Leo, Juliette Lewis and Terrence Howard
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M. Night Shyamalan serves as executive producer of the Fox event series
Melissa Leo, Zachary Quinto, Tom Wilkinson to Play ‘Citizenfour’ Trio in Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden Movie (Exclusive)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars alongside Shailene Woodley and Scott Eastwood
The 10-episode Fox event series will debut in more than 125 countries simultaneously marking a record for a scripted show
Adapted from the long-running TV hit, this reunion of the star and director of “Training Day” feels brutally direct after a summer of green-screen shenanigans
Based on the 1980s television series, Washington wages a one-man war against the Russian mob over the music of Eminem and Sia
Lionsgate is distributing Phil Alden Robinson’s comedy, which co-stars Peter Dinklage and Melissa Leo
Mila Kunis and Melissa Leo co-star in the movie directed by Phil Alden Robinson
The company will be shopping the Edward Furlong film “Matt’s Chance” and a horror movie titled “Bloodline”
The opening to the the actor’s new film leads him to fall in love with the dead man’s daughter — who has a dangerous husband...
The podium is now completely spoken for
- By Steve Pond on September 15, 2013 @ 8:09 pm
Steven Soderbergh’s movie about Liberace won twice as many Emmys as its closest competitor, while Newhart headed a group of acting winners that also included...
- By Steve Pond on September 15, 2013 @ 3:55 pm
On a night when “Behind the Candelabra” dominated, Bob Newhart won the first Emmy of his 50-year career; Carrie Preston, Melissa Leo, Dan Bugatinsky won...
Lisa Kudrow, Magic Johnson and George Lopez will also be on hand to welcome Arsenio Hall back to the airwaves
The thriller also stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Terrence Howard, Viola Davis and Maria Bello
Director Joseph Kosinski's sci-fi epic is weekend's only wide opener but won't match its foreign debut
While a case could be made that the warmed-over “Oblivion” will make the boldest anti-drones statement of any fictional film this year, it’s a chilly...
- By Alonso Duralde on March 21, 2013 @ 12:54 pm
“Die Hard” comes to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. with this thrilling but dopey action flick that keeps things moving even while it defies logic
Tribeca Film Festival announces star-heavy Spotlight section that also includes actors Paul Giamatti, Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy, John Cusack and directors Richard Linklater and,...
Judd Apatow: “Please tell the kid from ‘Beasts of Southern Wild’ not to mention God. This is Hollywood”
Last year’s acting winners had to wait longer than usual, but they were finally confirmed as presenters
ItsontheGrid sat down with Tanya Wright from 'True Blood' to discuss her latest project, Sundance's 'Predisposed'
From an exclusive interview with George W. Bush to a Paul McCartney documentary, here’s what the networks have planned
Live and direct from the mouths of Sunday night’s big Oscar winners…
“The Fighter” actress admits that certain segments of her acceptance speech were “Very inappropriate.”
In a show without surprise or sizzle, Firth wins Best Actor and Portman wins Best Actress
From the easy calls (Colin Firth) to the tough races (Foreign-Language Film), TheWrap’s guide to all 24 Academy Award categories
Sure, it looks like a done deal in many categories, but just ask David Fincher, Annette Bening and “The King’s Speech,” there’s still plenty of...