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David Beckham Doc Series in Works at Netflix With Oscar Winners Fisher Stevens, John Battsek

David Beckham is getting the documentary treatment at Netflix, which is in production on a new series set to explore the retired soccer star’s working-class beginnings in London and meteoric rise to becoming one of the most recognized – and scrutinized – athletes of his generation. The series, which was first reported on back in […]

Ned Eisenberg, Attorney Roger Kressler on ‘Law & Order: SVU,’ Dies at 65

Ned Eisenberg, the busy Bronx-born character action who portrayed defense attorney Roger Kressler on NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit for more than a decade, has died. He was 65. Eisenberg died Sunday at his home in New York, his rep Jeremy Leiner of Nicolosi & Co. announced. Said his wife, Patricia, in a […]

‘Palmer’: Film Review

Justin Timberlake plays an ex-con stuck caring for a kid in Fisher Stevens’ ‘Palmer.’

Apple Lands Justin Timberlake Drama ‘Palmer’

Apple has picked up the Justin Timberlake-starring drama film 'Palmer.'

‘Tigerland’: TV Review | Sundance 2019

The director of 'Born into Brothels' and the producer of 'The Cove' deliver 'Tigerland,' a decent Discovery Channel-bound documentary about the past and present of the battle to protect tigers from extinction.

Mark Ruffalo Honored at The Turtle Conservancy’s Ball

The event — in partnership with the Global Wildlife Conservation — recognized the actor for his dedication to activism and bettering the planet.

Human Rights Activist, Charity Demand Leonardo DiCaprio Return “Ill-Gotten” Donations

Save Rivers, which is active in Malaysia, and Ambiga Sreenevasan, recipient of the U.S. International Women of Courage Award, are the latest to speak out about money linked to a corruption scandal.

Toronto: Fisher Stevens on Leonardo DiCaprio’s Links to Malaysian Money Scandal: “Leo Did Nothing Wrong”

The director came to the star's defense while discussing their upcoming climate change doc 'Before the Flood.'

‘Scream’ Producer Cathy Konrad Signs First-Look Deal With Fisher Stevens’ Insurgent Media

The first project from the deal will be a TV thriller based on the Cicada 3301 online codebreaking phenomenon.

‘Bright Lights: Starring Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher’: Cannes Review

A tender tribute to two iconic women whose Hollywood history spans from 'Singin' in the Rain' through 'Star Wars' and whose intimate connection is no less singular.

Cannes: Carrie Fisher Says ‘Star Wars’ Succeeded Because It’s “About Family”

In town to promote documentary 'Bright Lights' about her and her mother Debbie Reynolds, she says, "I didn't want to be in show business and I think I did a very good job [of that]."

Another World: Berlin Review

Fisher Stevens and Rebecca Chaiklin track the vigorous bloom and wilt of the Occupy Wall Street movement, pointing to a legacy that’s more attitudinal than tangible.