Earwolf Podcast Network plans expansion into TV production, while Funny or Die is taking its comedy from computer screens to movie theaters.
Tim Grierson also reviews “The Loneliest Planet” and “Pusher.”
Entertainment unions, including SAG-AFTRA, praise Gov. Jerry Brown's signing of two bills to extend California's production-incentive program.
Plus, Hailee Steinfeld and Kristen Wiig share “Hateship, Friendship,” Willem Dafoe reunites with Lars von Trier for “Nymphomaniac,” Christoph Waltz is Gorbachev, and more film and TV casting news.
"Downton Abbey"'s Elizabeth McGovern talks about her latest role in "Cheerful Weather For the Wedding."
Ryan Gosling will write and direct “How to Catch a Monster,” while Michael Keaton comes back to big screens as the “Robocop” villain, and Michael Pitt marries Mary Pickford.
Kerry Barden shares how he found actors who could handle the musicality while authentically portraying the real life superstars that populated James Brown's life in "Get On Up."
The national film award of France bestows top honors on 'Amour,' also up for five Oscars.
Legislation that saved us from falling over the “fiscal cliff” also extended federal tax credits for film and TV productions, but for how long?
The entertainment industry in Japan contributed $145.9 billion in “total economic impact” to the country’s economy, according to an MPAA-commissioned report by the Mitsubishi Research Institute.