He really wants to be on the Great White Way.
Maybe. Fellow actors pretty much agree with him.
Argo, Taken 2, and Sinister end the weekend in a tight finish.
Nikki Finke's parent company is doubling down on entertainment news. But is there a place for the hobbled institution anymore?
Brad Pitt is taking the Moneyball approach to explaining the Holocaust.
Original scripted fare historically bombs in the off season. But when the resuscitated CBS procedural returns next June, it brings an entrenched audience.
The studio may finally be getting around to making that feature-film version of the graphic novel.
Sony is now seeking other candidates.
Sorta like Iron Man, but set in thirties Hollywood.
There are some stories that just aren't meant to be event movies.
With Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, and Galaxy Quest Director Dean Parisot Attached, Bill & Ted May Ride Again
Stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are attached, as is Galaxy Quest director Dean Parisot.
The project had first been set up at the studio half a dozen years ago with director Spike Lee.
As they head into reshoots with an unclear game plan, Marc Forster must relay his notes through an intermediary.
Gillian Flynn's best-selling thriller gets a movie deal.
Everyone used to be fine paying 10 percent for just an agent. Now they have to pay twice that to get the same career advice.
In their quest to be the new WB, the network looks to John Hughes, Glee, and more.
That's how you sell a movie about male strippers.
President John Landgraf explains how Charlie Sheen fits into the world of Louie and It's Always Sunny.
The Men in Black 3 director has been circumspect about which sixties comic property he's going to adapt.
Paramount Pictures has picked up the script for Abrams's company to produce.
The author considered the book his most personal work.
The pricey Snow White looks likely to be yet another in a list of painful bombs for the beleaguered studio.
New Disney studio chief Alan Horn had an amazing track record of doing big movies at Warner Bros. But does his new employer desire the same?
Look out, Jennifer Lawrence.