“Frozen,” Walt Disney Co.’s animated movie about two princesses in an icy world, returned to the top spot in ticket sales in its seventh weekend in U.S. and Canadian theaters.
Richard Zanuck, the Oscar-winning film producer behind “Driving Miss Daisy” and the son of the founder of Twentieth Century Fox, has died. He was 77.
The first man on the moon, the first U.S. woman in space and the first black Federal Reserve member were among the notable deaths in 2012.
With three great actors -- Vanessa Redgrave , James Earl Jones and Boyd Gaines -- at their apogee, the enchanting revival of “Driving Miss Daisy” is the best theater can be.
Vanessa Redgrave plays an elderly Polish Jew in “The Revisionist,” saved as a child from the Nazis by her doomed family’s Catholic nanny.
The past has a way of snapping at your heels. Just as Paul McCartney settles down to enjoy his third marriage, the musical “Backbeat” looks at his early years in the red-light dives of Hamburg.
A child murder trial, a lynching, and cakewalking anti-Semites are the unlikely ingredients of the musical “Parade,” playing under a Victorian railway arch near London Bridge.
Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen, 64, was shot dead as she drove home after attending the premier of singer/actress Cher’s new movie “Burlesque,” the New York Post reported, citing police.
The Kaiser Chiefs will be stirring up a storm in Kentish Town on Friday night. The U.K. band is still turning out rabble-rousing music after oddly prescient records such as “I Predict a Riot” and “Yours Truly, Angry Mob.”
What’s not to love about a season that has Al Pacino , Patti LuPone , Pee-wee Herman and Vanessa Redgrave opening within days of one another?