Taiwanese-American director Ang Lee's new film "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" has been listed as among the 20 most anticipated new films of the 2016-2017 Oscar season on Tuesday by U.S. entertainment magazine Variety.
"Pure and serene," were the words that came to filmmaker Cho Li's (卓立) mind when she first met Jacqueline Zhu (朱芷瑩), the leading actress of "Zoom Hunting" (獵艷), during Cho's directing debut six years ago.
With eight Oscars, 11 Grammys and a Tony vying for space on his mantelpiece, Alan Menken's bill for dry-cleaning tuxedos might well match the box office of most Off-Broadway openings.
Oscar-winning Taiwanese director Ang Lee (李安) will receive the highest honor given by the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC), the International Honor for Excellence award, during the IBC Awards ceremony in Amsterdam on Sept. 11.
In light of the uncertain job market, the cast of "Ace of Sales" (銷售奇姬) held a forum Saturday to offer tips for those fighting to escape the dreaded "28K monthly salary" and to bring home a larger paycheck.
Netflix is poking fun at North Korea's recent foray into on-demand TV, calling itself a "Manbang knockoff" on its Twitter bio.
Whether you are looking forward to the primetime cast or some stunning action, "Call of Heroes" won't fail to impress. The refashioned Chinese martial arts movie includes eastern and western elements that truly deliver.
Woody Allen has outdone himself at age 80. Not only has he kept up his blistering pace of pushing out a movie a year, but this time he's really delivered two films, only loosely connected by jangling neurosis.
There still may be 84 years to go, but a new list ranks David Lynch's "Mulholland Drive," Wong Kar-wai's "In the Mood for Love" and Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" as the top films of the 21st century -- so far.
Don Diamont attends the 2016 Daytime Peer Group Celebration presented by the Television Academy at their Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, Wednesday, Aug. 24.