James Gandolfini's 'Criminal Justice' Gets Limited Series Order From HBO 1 week ago
After all those years of being mobbed up for HBO, "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini is tackling the justice system from...
By Tim Kenneally
Steve Carell and James Gandolfini will also executive produce "Bone Wars," about a pair of feuding dinosaur-diggers
Despite the presence of Steve Carrell and Jim Carrey, the laughs get shackled up and suspended in a tank of repetitiveness and sentimentality
With the release of "Not Fade Away," "Sopranos" creator David Chase talks about rock 'n' roll dreams, using his clout and finding the spiritual difference between movies and television shows
David Chase argues that the generation that came of age in the 1960s had a choice between war and rock
Sharp performances (particularly James Gandolfini’s) and several good scenes can’t overcome the constant references to the economic crash of 2008
"Moneyball" star Brad Pitt plays a professional enforcer with an itchy trigger finger in Andrew Dominik's "Killing Them Softly"
"Not Fade Away" marks the directorial debut of David Chase, the creator of "The Sopranos"
Based on the BBC series, "Criminal Justice" will be co-written and directed by "Schindler's List" writer Steven Zaillian
Film about '60s Jersey rock scene is directorial debut of "The Sopranos" creator David Chase, and will feature soundtrack produced by Steve Van Zandt
First trailer for Andrew Dominik's "Killing Them Softly" shows off Brad Pitt's darker side
Empowered UCLA Extension will offer scholarships in the name of "celebrity messengers" like Sally Field, George Lopez and Geena Davis
Lots of things go wrong in Andrew Dominik's Brad Pitt gangster movie "Killing Them Softly" -- but beneath it all, the film is a dark indictment of American capitalism
Former "Sopranos" star will produce and possibly star in the adaptation of Nicholas Johnson's memoir about life in the Antarctic
The star of HBO's "Cinema Verite" talks about playing the first reality show mom during TheWrap's Emmy Screening Series
"It's a different, different, different world today -- the past never dies, and the headlines win, in terms of what becomes history"
The directors of the movie chronicling "An American Family" say documentary ethics aren't what they used to be
Last night, HBO premiered a movie about the 1973 reality series that set the mold for a culture that is now comfortably uncomfortable living in public
HBO Films is developing a project featuring the former "Sopranos" star as a restaurant-owner-turned-diplomat
"The Sopranos" creator has already lined up James Gandolfini and Lisa Lampanelli to appear in the sixties era film
"Welcome to the Rileys" is a small pleasure with deft performances by two actors trying something different
This SoCal film fest had plenty of stars on screen, and some on the red carpet
Saoirse Ronan and James Gandolfini also star in Geoffrey Fletcher's directorial debut
Charlize Theron does funny; Dave Annable joins "What's Your Number?"; IMAX lands "Sucker Punch"
"Sopranos" star will exec produce the network's half-hour adaptation of a French Canadian series
Sundance has ended, but two festival favorites find a home a week later
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation