Going into “Fury,” I expected a good war film: Brad Pitt starring, David Ayer (“End of Watch”) writing and directing, and the supporting cast filled by Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal and Michael Peña, all who have proved solid in the past.
Film and Television
By Patricia Sheridan Tribune News Service Her television career started as a contestant on “Survivor: Australian Outback,” but Elisabeth Hasselbeck has demonstrated she is no flash in the pan. The 37-year-old was a co-host for 10 years on ABC’s “The View.” Recently, she celebrated her first anniversary on the couch
I have a confession to make: this is my first David Fincher film.
The new David Fincher thriller “Gone Girl” and the low-budget horror film “Annabelle” scored big at the weekend box office, propelled by one key audience group: women.
Baylor alumnus William Bakke is using his natural talent and passion for filmmaking, along with the skills he acquired at Baylor, to spread a Christian message in an appealing yet unconventional way.
Baylor graduate Will Bakke will be on campus for a free screening of the movie “Believe Me” at 6:30 p.m. today in 101 Castellaw Communications Center.
Twenty-five years ago – in 1989, to save you the math – two situation comedies premiered, each destined to become American institutions, even as each regarded American institutions with a jaundiced and ironic eye. One was a cartoon, set in a midsized Anytown called Springfield, the other a seemingly standard sitcom set in a semi-mythic Manhattan.
The ex-boyfriend of actress Sarah Hyland was ordered to stay away from the “Modern Family” star after she said he choked and threatened her. An Oct. 10 hearing was set.
Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn will star in the second season of “True Detective,” HBO confirmed Tuesday.
As film becomes an increasingly global business, a new study suggests that women are underrepresented both in front of and behind cameras worldwide.