PowerGrid's Biggest Movers of the Week: Which Dominates? 'Oblivion' or 'Draft Day' 4 weeks ago
"Oblivion" and "Draft Day" both moved up on TheWrap's PowerGrid this week. What does that mean for those involved?...
By Rebecca Rosenberg
Ivan Reitman is directing the Summit movie
Jane Fonda is the only one of the four leading ladies to have won, or even have been nominated for, an Oscar
Debra Messing, Anna Gunn, Ariel Winter and more of show business' best and briightest hit the red carpet at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards
This would-be political satire is weak enough that it might more aptly be called “Margarine.”
Director Peter Hedges keeps the low-key and heartfelt family tale "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" from tipping into treacle
Telluride may have peaked with its very first premiere, of "The Descendants," but Glenn Close's gender-bending performance has also drawn heat
Top six winners qualify for this year's Oscars in short film categories
"30 Rock" star, said to be mulling a run in light of Weinergate, lands his first celebrity endorsements
"The Social Network's" Max Minghella has also joined the cast of Channing Tatum's high school reunion drama
New series on new channel, which will go to basic cable in 2012, to include “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” and Katie Holmes and Jennifer Garner voiced “A Poem Is…”
Universal moves its "Battleship"; WB's "Dark Knight" sequel eyes March start date; John August in talks to write "Monsterpocalypse"
Javier Bardem, Jason Statham and Mickey Rourke are circling Tony Scott's crime drama "Potzdamer Platz"
Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson and Ty Burrell star in Jim Field Smith's Iowa-set film
"Laverne & Shirley" creator Garry Marshall mentions Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel for rumored feature film
Also stars Hathaway, Kutcher, Alba, Biel, Dane and Dempsey.
We could be seeing a lot more of the studio's upcoming "Arthur," "Yogi Bear" and "Jack the Giant Killer"
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