Your Search Returned 50 tagged news reports
Keith Clarke also co-wrote the 2010 Colin Farrell-Ed Harris drama "The Way Back." Clarke co-wrote with Peter Weir the filmmaker's 2010 Colin Farrell-Ed Harris drama The Way Back and is currently generating heat in Hollywood for writing a new take on
Sean was missing for the biggest news out of Hollywood this week , but Brian and I still had plenty to say about the latest actor to done the hallowed cape and cowl, and you can hear us go from cautiously wary to cautiously optimistic in real time...
Amiable woodland adventure Rating: Both the grown-up comedies this week are infantile. It's the children's film that is more calculated to appeal to discerning adults. Aimed at children between the age of nine and 14, Epic is a pleasant diversion
MGM Planning New Ben-Hur' Remake 01/15/2013 by On the bounce from their recent brush with bankruptcy thanks to Skyfall and The Hobbit profits, MGM has just bought the rights to a new Ben-Hur script. MGM plans to revamp the 1959 classic with the
The problem is complex, to be sure, but in this season, as we have celebrated the birth of the Prince of Peace, may Jesus' words and example be remembered and considered in the decisions that must be made soon to help prevent more of the same. In the
Borack in hopes of keeping attention focused on the missing boy. But other officials have stopped talking about the case and question the need for continued updates to the court, Borack was told Tuesday in a dependency court hearing. "Your honor, law
He had recently been found to have acute myeloid leukemia, his wife, the former Linda De Refler, said...Along with Dave Brady of The Washington Post, Mr. Wallace was one of the first reporters assigned to write about broader issues affecting both the
Originally published Thursday, July 19, 2012 at 3:02 PM 'Ben-Hur' and 'O Brother, Where Art Thou' on tap for film buffs Special screenings, festivals and revivals that will interest Seattle film buffs this week of Friday, July 20, include outdoor
Few film studios can claim to have seen as much history as Cinecitta, which has been the hub of Italian cinema for seven decades. Founded by Benito Mussolini in 1937 to film propaganda, Cinecitta was the site of 300 films in its first six years.
That's a couple of pretty big cliffhangers there, huh, Mr Fillion? "I like to say there are certain things you can't take back," Fillion says. "One of them is 'I love you' and one of them is bullets...Ah, but many a good TV relationship has fizzled