Oscar-winning composer and star celebrates Blu-Ray release of original film by joining cast onstage in Los Angeles
The film's signature tune, "Lost Stars," is a frontrunner to get an Oscar nod
The Weinstein Company's romantic music fable, which marks Adam Levine's acting debut, averages $29,665 on five screens
Writer-director John Carney's follow-up to "Once" is shamelessly manipulative and disingenuous, but it's so sweet and lovely that it gets stuck in your head anyway
"They were both outside their comfort zones," the Irish director tells TheWrap in a conversation that also touched on the film's name change post Toronto
"Arrow" and new "Flash" will air on separate nights
New films from Daniel Radcliffe, Mark Ruffalo, Mia Wasikowska lead a slate of smart, quirky alternatives to blockbusters
The Weinstein romantic comedy formerly known as "Can a Song Save Your Life?" aka the better title
Concert film from Bjork and Alex Gibney doc about Brown join a lineup already heavy with music films
"Death of a Salesman" wins Best Revival of a Play, but Philip Seymour Hoffman is snubbed for his portrayal of Willy Loman
"Once," a low-key musical based on the indie film of the same name, received 11 nominations
The Oscar-winning 2007 indie "Once" is an unlikely screen-to-stage adaptation, but it goes into Sunday's Tony Awards as the leading nominee
"Once," the Broadway musical nominated for 11 Tony Awards, announces plans for a national tour
"Once," the musical based on the 2006 movie, brings in 11 nominations, while "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It"...
The bitter edge of Glen Hansard's voice is missing in otherwise lovely Broadway cast covers of tunes from the indie film hit "Once"
With the movie box office down and Broadway up, Hollywood is adapting franchises like "Rocky," "Austin Powers" and "Ghost" for the stage