The television show "North Woods Law" is moving slightly south. After four years following the Maine Warden Service, the reality TV show's next season will feature conservation officers from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. It will begin airing early next year on the Animal Planet cable channel, a spokesman said Thursday.
Mexican cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto has little to prove, having won almost nothing but acclaim over two decades for his collaborations with the very biggest names in filmmaking.
British director Ken Loach has for 50 years been making lauded dramas rich in social realism that give dignity to the dispossessed. But his "I, Daniel Blake," which won the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or, has powerfully struck a nerve, tapping into the same working-class frustrations that are upending politics in Europe and the U.S.
A sharp drop in cable news ratings following a presidential election is as inevitable as snow in Buffalo. Yet in the Age of Trump, so far Fox News Channel is defying that trend.
The end of the year brings a mixed bag of emotions: excitement at the prospects for the new year, but also nostalgia for the one that has passed. This holiday season, no matter what mood you are in, here are a few movies to check out.
What happens when two polar opposites clash? It's only a matter of time before jaws drop, laughter erupts and worlds are turned inside out, which is exactly what John Hamburg, the director of "Along Came Polly" and "I Love You Man," brings to audiences with his new Christmas comedy "Why Him?" (惱爸偏頭痛), released today.
Movie-wise, the office Christmas party is the great dismantler of white-collar worker-bee life. Set out the booze, turn down the lights, and suddenly the cubicle walls around staid office life are blown away by heartbreak ("The Apartment") or Hans Grüber ("Die Hard"). '
Cindy Stowell captivated national attention for her six-game winning streak as a contestant on the popular US television quiz show "Jeopardy!" which ended on Wednesday. But she never got to see them broadcast on television.
Martin Scorsese's Manhattan office, in a midtown building a few blocks northwest of the cordoned-off Trump Tower, may be the most concentrated bastion of reverence for cinema on the face of the earth.
Dick Van Dyke will appear in Disney's upcoming sequel to "Mary Poppins."