Eric Anthony Roberts is an American actor, whose career has spanned almost 40 years. He has performed in over 400 films, including, Raggedy Man (1981), The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984)...
CBS's Australia TV deal favoured over Murdoch bid
The tussle for the embattled Ten Network came after it went into voluntary administration in June when two billionaire backers -- Murdoch and Bruce Gordon -- refused to continue guaranteeing a key loan.
Ramsey Noah makes case for cinemas
Popular Nollywood actor, Ramsey Noah has appealed to the Federal Government to create an enabling environment for cinemas to thrive across the country.
Not clowning around, 'It' again dominates box office
Record-setting horror film "It" continued its winning ways over the weekend, accounting for nearly three times the combined ticket sales of the next two films in North American theaters, industry websites reported Sunday.
With TV epic, Ken Burns seeks fuller understanding of Vietnam War
A half century after the United States plunged into war in Vietnam, scars remain unhealed. With a 10-part television epic, Ken Burns is hoping for a fuller understanding.
Faleti’s iconic roles in selected Yoruba movies
Alagba Adebayo Faleti was a tactful thespian, who featured in many Yoruba movies. Faleti, in many of his roles, represented the sage who is meant to correct, chastise the Yoruba race.
Horror on a shoestring: the Blum Manifesto
By saving on every aspect of the process and keeping an iron grip on the bottom line, his Blumhouse Productions company has managed to make some of the most profitable movies in history.
Hollywood's Rebel Wilson wins $3.6 million in defamation case
Justice John Dixon said Bauer had "acted in its own corporate interests to secure improved circulation, or increased views/hits" in the ruling at the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Toronto festival doc offers glimpse into sharia, women's rights
Nearly a decade after shattering the glass ceiling of Islamic jurisprudence, the first woman judge to be appointed to a sharia court in the Middle East says women's rights still have a way to go.