J.C. Chandor has RSVP'd for "The Liar's Ball." The "Margin Call" and "A Most Violent Year" filmmaker is set to produce an adaptation of Vicky Ward's book about the landmark General Motors Building in New York, with an eye to direct as well, per an announcement Tuesday.
There was a lot of understandable excitement Monday after the announcement that Brad Pitt’s “War Machine” was heading to Netflix. This was not only an A-list star of the kind Netflix has not had before, but the kind of source material that brings awards voters and festival programmers running.
Virtual reality has held out the promise of making the drama of movies and TV shows seem as immersive as the real world. Can it make pure escapism more compelling too?
There are few moments as fraught in the world of "Entourage” as the weekend after a big Vinny Chase movie opens. That's when E and the crew, usually after a shrill cellphone call from Ari, find out if Vinny should celebrate by taking the boys out for a late club night and then buying a big house...
The musical "Fun Home" follows the graphic novelist Alison Bechdel as she goes from an uncertain childhood in a small-town funeral home to a career as a highly successful lesbian author and artist.
When the Tony Awards presentation gets underway Sunday night from Radio City Music Hall, it’ll feature a bevy of stars with deep ties to the theater (Bernadette Peters, Sutton Foster, Judith Light) and some with more tenuous connections (Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Nettles). All will take the stage...
A day after the Syriza-led Greek government acknowledged it couldn't reach a deal with European creditors, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras took to the airwaves to sound a defiant note on the failed talks.
As Germany and Greece continue to negotiate over the terms of Greece’s economic bailout, the stakes are high – as is the level of resentment.