The comedian also explains the provocative origins of beloved "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Seinfeld" episodes
Scott Bakula stars on CBS' new hit series, which debuted Tuesday night and drew 17 million viewers
"I'm funny in what I think is funny," the late comedienne said, talking about early career false starts in new outtakes from PBS's "American Masters"...
Performer and filmmaker will be presented with coveted honor on Jan. 11, 2015
"I don't excuse any violence towards anyone, but I do understand how a guy who knocks people over and pushes them down for a living...
Horror film "Oculus" is the only acquisition that has broken out, while several high-profile projects misfired
The British filmmaker explains how KFC, Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine" and help lines informed his short
Born in defiance during the early-'90s siege of the city, the festival reaches a milestone with films still haunted by conflict
The "Spider-Man" and "Magic in the Moonlight" actress would take over for Michelle Williams
Daniel Radcliffe's "What If" averages $6,500 on 20 screens in debut for CBS Films
Tale of Irish priest clicks in debut as "A Most Wanted Man" and "Boyhood" impress in expansions
TheWrap Party Report guide to the new Emmy party circuit leading up to "Emmy Monday," Aug. 25
He will, kind of
Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight" is solid in debut and "Boyhood" stays strong in expansion
"He's always had a reputation for being with younger girls," she says. "You just don't go there."
Scott Derrickson ("Sinister") is directing the superhero movie, which could have a presence at Comic-Con
The late actor's performance as a German spy in the John le Carre thriller, beginning its box-office rollout Friday, has garnered very strong reviews
"Magic in the Moonlight" director talks about his life and career in 35-minute interview, admitting that he's always disappointed with his films
Emma Stone couldn't be more charming, but her on-screen romance with Colin Firth couldn't be more contrived or ickiliy age-inappropriate
The reviews are in and most feel his crowd-funded flick is a dud
The Tony and Emmy winner was most recently the subject of the documentary "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me"
Bobby Miller wrote and will direct the fantasy horror comedy, which co-stars Anjelica Huston
In a 2011 interview with TheWrap, the late director offered a guided tour of his career
Gravitas Ventures will release Peter Glanz's directorial debut in theaters and on VOD this September
After sending her a Red Bull during intermission, the woman's family propped her up and put sunglasses on her, a la "Weekend at Bernie's"
While the nostalgic film doesn't drag, it also never answers the question, "Why spend 134 minutes on the Frankie Valli episode of 'Behind the Music'?"
Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild finally answer this essential question during a conversation with TheWrap about their new western, "Ted 2," and more
Seth MacFarlane's non sequitur gags about the awfulness of life on the frontier get the laughs, but they're overcrowded by sophomoric sex and scatology jokes...
The legendary cinematographer, who died this week, spoke about his work on "Godfather" movies and "Manhattan" in a lengthy 2006 interview for Below the Line
Charming period piece is due out in July