Friday Jul 25
FX Networks CEO John Landgraf to Give Keynote Address at 2014 CCW
John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions NY, will deliver the keynote address at the 2014 Content and Communications World , held November 12-13 in New York.
Batman Day: Who is your favorite Batman?
In honor of Batman's 75th anniversary, DC Comics is partnering with thousands of comic book retailers and bookstores coast-to-coast to celebrate "National Batman Day" on Wednesday.
BWW Reviews: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a Must See at Blank Canvas
It probably will come as shock to many to know that when the play, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," a script by Dale Wasserman , based on Kent Kesey's novel of the same name, opened on Broadway in 1963, in spite of a cast that included Kirk Douglas , Gene Wilder , William Daniels , Ed Ames and Joan Tetzel , it was basically a flop, running only ... (more)
'Hercules' at El Capitan
With the release of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's version of "Hercules" coming to theaters, the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood will screen its 1997 animated version for one night only.
[Newsmaker] Seoul needs a true hero
Whenever the fictional city of Gotham finds itself threatened by thugs, gangsters and psychopathic killers who are too much for its police force to cope with, the helpless city lights a distress signal calling for reinforcement.
Seattle Gay News
The Coming Push Back
Editor: The movie line 'writers write' from Throw Momma from the Train has always cracked me up.
Batman Is Celebrating His 75th Birthday and You're Invited
Batman Day is officially on July 23, but Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have organized a month-long series of events to commemorate the caped one's milestone.
That Disastrous Car Homer Simpson Designed Was Actually Ahead of Its Time
In The Simpsons episode "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?," Homer is asked to design a car for the company run by his long-lost brother, and fails so spectacularly he drives him out of business.
Play of 'The War of the Roses' coming to Broadway
One of the darkest views of a marriage is coming to Broadway from a producing couple who are enjoying a long, sunny marriage.
Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
'War of the Roses' adaptation coming to Broadway
Instead, this War of the Roses will see Warren Adler adapting his own 1981 novel, a black comedy that follows an affluent couple as they embark on a contentious divorce.