The adaptation of books into movies can be a controversial process, especially if the source material is popular, and fans have their own cherished notions of casting. This month, Streampix spotlights 10 of the best examples of books turned into film.
What's a cult comedy? A movie that makes you laugh, but also transports you to another world at once familiar, but somehow a little off, one that produces a late-night giddiness by portraying a universe with its own distinct set of rules, leading to a heightened awareness.
This Sunday night's 71st Golden Globes Awards on NBC at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT marks the official start of Hollywood's pat-itself-on-the-back season. Streampix is your place to do your homework, with the following 10 movies and TV series that spotlight the past work of some of this year's Globe nominees.
The best thing about Streampix is the opportunity it offers to catch up on movies that might have eluded you the first time around, or even the second and third.
The producer and writer of the Martin Scorsese mafia movie “GoodFellas” are developing a scripted mob series for Discovery.
Lee’s Kickstarter success has also generated strong criticism from the media.
Miramax and Martin Scorsese are developing a television series based on Scorsese’s 2002 film “Gangs of New York,” the studio announced on Thursday.
Director Martin Scorsese is making a documentary about former president Bill Clinton for HBO. The cable network announced Monday that Clinton will be offering his full cooperation on the project, which Scorsese will be producing and directing.
The Oscar ceremony has much to prove Sunday, including whether a blockbuster-free field can draw a TV audience and if Billy Crystal’s host routine remains a crowd-pleaser.
As is tradition on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," that week's "SNL" host appeared as a Thursday guest. This week, it happens to be old friend Maya Rudolph, who's about as hot as anyone in the biz can get these days.