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AFM: Bruce Willis to Star in Sci-Fi Action-Thriller ‘Apex’ (Exclusive)

Bruce Willis has wrapped production on the sci-fi action-thriller 'Apex,' which The Exchange is selling at the virtual American Film Market.

‘Project Blue Book’: TV Review

History's 1950s-set UFO investigation drama 'Project Blue Book' has a fascinating historical backdrop, but can't find that 'X-Files' balance of monster-of-the-week and mythology.

Elizabeth Glaser’s Son Jake on Her Mission and Having Kids: “Having a Family Has Always Been a Dream of Mine”

Jake, who has been HIV-positive his entire life, opens up about his health and his efforts to continue to cause she supported

Neal McDonough in Talks to Play Villain in ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2’ (Exclusive)

Kevin James is returning to star as the title character in Sony's sequel.

Mob City: TV Review

Frank Darabont makes a splashy, pulpy and loving noir portrait of Los Angeles but falls for the genre more than the story. Still, once viewers accept that, there's a lot to love in the dark shadows.

Sundance 2013: Industry Players Hoist Stanley Cup After Charity Hockey Match

"Justified's" Neal McDonough and Sony Pictures Classics' Tom Bernard hit the ice near Main Street for the game, hosted by the L.A. Kings' Luc Robitaille.

Emmys 2012: Nominations Can Be Consolation Prizes For Killed-Off Characters

Kicking the bucket can score an actor some serious buzz — and maybe the thrill of an Emmy nomination.

TCA: ‘Justified’ Cast, EP Talk Season Three, Missing Margot Martindale

New villains Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson admit to being "nervous" about filling Emmy-winner Martindale's shoes.

TALENT SIGNINGS ROUND-UP: Neal McDonough to Paradigm; New Clients at WME, ICM, UTA, APA

The week's worth of new agency and management company signings.

How ‘Captain America’s’ Cast Stirred Up Its Own Melting Pot

Sebastian Stan, Hugo Weaving and Toby Jones are among the foreign-born actors featured in the film.

‘Captain America: The First Avenger’: Film Review

Sticking to its simplistic, patriotic origins, where a muscular red, white and blue GI slugging Adolf Hitler in the jaw is all that’s required.