|US Release Date||11/29/2013|
TV shows for political junkies needing a fix during the government shutdown.
The government has its hands in a lot of upcoming stories...
Today's government shutdown happens to fall on the 123rd anniversary of the national park.
Will Ferrell's upcoming 'Anchorman' sequel releases a new poster that hones in on Ron Burgundy's mustachioed glory..
James Franco has become the latest wealthy celebrity to crowdfund a project with the three films based on his 'Palo Alto' stories.
We need to shut this "glam camping" thing down now.
Kelsey Grammer is refusing to let his ugly divorce battle stop him making plans with his new bride-to-be - he's organising a road trip across America for the couple's honeymoon.
Weinsteins, Disney Settle on "Fahrenheit 9/11"; Another "American Idol" Shocker; Pam Anderson Becomes U.S. Citizen Maria Shriver Arnold Schwarzenegger
It's James Bond! It's Indiana Jones! It's Ocean's Eleven! It's too much. Looney Tunes: Back in Action misses out on a brilliant opportunity to tell a simple story about a rabbit vs. a duck.
CNN has canceled its primetime program Connie Chung Tonight, whose tabloid-like, personality-driven topics clashed with the network's recent decision to return to its all-news roots. Also: Tribeca Film Festival 2003 winter box office Who Framed Roger Rabbit Lenny Kravitz Kelly Osbourne Entertainment Industry Coalition for Free Trade Movielink
|Antonia Dauphin||Casting Director||n/a||157||10000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.