Ratings: HBO's 'Phil Spector' Draws Just 754K Viewers 8 weeks ago
HBO's "Phil Spector" biopic didn't exactly rise to the top of the charts with its Sunday premiere -- but it certainly...
By Tim Kenneally
The writer-director-playwright calls his new HBO film "a fable" that focuses on Helen Mirren's lawyer character, not Al Pacino's Spector
At HBO airs "Phil Spector," the producer's friends remember odd nights with the man who knew people thought he was a "megalomaniacal hermit"
David Mamet's HBO movie uses real names and events, but it opens by insisting, "This is a work of fiction"
Al Pacino plays a mad music producer opposite Helen Mirren in what may be one of his craziest roles to date
Pacino says producer isn't the same person anymore
The ex-Beatle's demos and early takes from "All Things Must Pass" offer a stripped-down alternative to the Phil Spector treatment they got in 1970
Record producer-turned-killer Phil Spector claims that his home has been devalued by landslides caused by the local government
"The Queen" star to portray record producer's defense attorney
Herniated disc forces "Rose" actress to abandon role as defense attorney for troubled record producer
The late Lana Clarkson's friends worry that writer-director David Mamet will portray Spector as an innocent man
"The Rose" singer/actress will portray the music producer's defense attorney in project about his murder trial
Imprisoned producer wants fees he paid to lawyer refunded, judge says jury should decide
The Oscar-winning actor's "You Don't Know Jack" director Barry Levinson will executive produce the untitled project
Peter Jackson (anonymously?) talks “Hobbit,” and a filmmaker (fairly?) makes use of Phil Spector’s music
He produced tracks sung by wife Rachelle before he was sent to prison for murder
Lawyers cite judicial error, prosecutorial misconduct in request for new trial
From Anna Nicole's hygiene to a porn king buries the hatchet
Sentenced 15 years to life for the murder and four years for use of a gun.
The first jury, in 2007, deadlocked 10-2, favoring conviction.
One year later, Cooley can’t shake his failure to bring the Oscar-winning director to justice -- and Polanski's not his only problem
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga