|Genres||Period, Documentary, Historical|
|US Release Date||11/04/2005|
Orange Is The New Black star Laura Prepon is convinced TV executives need to step up and show more gay relationships on the small screen.
The 'Andy Griffith Show' star got hitched in Seattle, where same-sex marriage just became legal.
Meanwhile, Joe's plot thickens...
The New Wave iconoclast brought Japanese cinema into the modern world
Come on, Hollywood. Make it happen.
Or "Schue wrestles with his addiction to Disco."
New TV Show from Judd Apatow also set to premiere.
Spider-Man 2 will swing its way into theaters May 7, 2004 with stars Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst reprising their roles as Spider-Man and Mary Jane Tobey Maguire Kirsten Dunst Spider-Man 2 David Geffen Tom Hanks Michael Mann Analyze That Analyze This Robert De Niro Cathy Moriarty-Gentile David Fincher The Reincarnation of Peter Proud Erin Brokovich Steven Michael Brokovich World Wrestling Federation Entertainment Inc. WWF The Bomb-itty of Errors MTV Penny Marshall Cindy Williams Laerne & S
News Roundup for March 4: Producers Guild of America give their best picture award to Moulin Rouge. Alicia Keys will open the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans Roger Moore will play a gay man in Boat Trip with Cuba Gooding Jr. Miramax is remaking Akira Kurasawa's Seven Samurai Muhammad Ali Stevie Wonder Kelsy Grammar
News Roundup for Jan. 3--Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake get down and dirty on the dance floor. Christina Aguilera Julia Phillips John Corbett Sarah Jessica Parker Sex in the City Ron Howard A Beautiful Mind Russell Crowe Queer as Folks Macy Gray CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Survivor: Africa Friends It's a Wonderful Life A West Wing Arnold Schwarzenegger David Lynch Mulholland Drive Memento Billy Bob Thornton The Man Who Wasn't There Stephen King
|Joseph Lovett||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.