RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Roland Emmerich

A collection of news and information related to Roland Emmerich published by this site and its partners.

Top Roland Emmerich Articles

Displaying items 49-60
  • 'White House Down' y 'The Kings of Summer'

    'White House Down' y 'The Kings of Summer'
    White House Down * * Tradicionalmente el cine de desastre ha recreado el final del mundo, pero los ataques terroristas del 9-11 pusieron de manifiesto la vulnerabilidad del gobierno estadounidense; dándole a Hollywood una nueva inspiración temática. Por...
  • 'White House Down' review: The good kind of bad

    'White House Down' review: The good kind of bad
    *** (out of four) In March, it was “Olympus Has Fallen.” Now the security breach is more directly described as “White House Down.” We're very close to a title just spelling out, “Oh Crap, The Oval Office Is On Fire.”...
  • Going all out for 'White House Down'

    MONTREAL — On a warm fall day in a scruffy suburb of this Canadian city, some familiar sights appear. French-language road signs note estimated distances in kilometers. Beret-wearing soldiers stand guard. A restaurant offers a poutine special. And...
  • Roland Emmerich Again Bets the 'House'

    It's fitting that the sprawling, five-acre estate Roland Emmerich calls home once belonged to Jesse L. Lasky, the vaudeville performer and Broadway producer who, along with Cecil B. DeMille, created the first feature-length motion picture filmed in...
  • Cable TV Scrambles to Play Catchup

    Embrace or annihilate? Both sides of the cable biz's split personality regarding Internet video technologies and services took the stage at this year's Cable Show in Washington, D.C. In one corner was Comcast. Topper Brian Roberts used his keynote slot...
  • Andy Fickman Going All the Way With 'Lysistrata Jones'

    Andy Fickman has come on to write and direct the adaptation of the musical "Lysistrata Jones." Pic is based on the Douglas Carter Beane and Lewis Flinn tuner that centers on a group of high school cheerleaders who refuse to "give it up" until their...
  • Mark Burnett, Roma Downey to Keynote Family Entertainment and Faith-Based Summit

    It was at last year's summit that Mark Burnett and Roma Downey revealed footage of "The Bible," a 10-hour miniseries that wound up becoming a ratings juggernaut and the most purchased TV-on-DVD release of all time. One year later, the creators say they...
  • Family Entertainment and Faith-Based Conference Opens in Beverly Hills

    With family fare repping a growing sector of showbiz, creators of family- and faith-based entertainment gather June 21 in BevHills for the second annual Purpose: Family Entertainment and Faith Based Summit, organized by Variety in association with...
  • Showrunner Marc Cherry Has a Song in His Heart

    Showrunner Marc Cherry is getting ready for the premiere of "Devious Maids," which bows June 23 on Lifetime -- but he's also been moonlighting. Cherry turned up as a featured singer at Michael Feinstein's conducting debut with the Pasadena Pops earlier...
  • Radio Digs Its Own Grave as Cultural Currents Shift

    The major music business, the "new music" business, is built upon radio, it depends upon it. There's a fiction that we still live in a monoculture. This concept has been blown apart on television, where there are five hundred channels available, but...
  • ExecuTech: Keeping Execs Plugged in With Microsoft's Surface Pro Tablet, More

    Tablets Give Mobile Office Space Slim Trim The workplace could soon look a lot different. Shipments of PCs are declining at a faster-than-expected rate, according to a study by research firm IDC. The popularity of laptops, notebooks, Ultrabooks and...
  • Roland Emmerich Hosts Scott Neeson Fundraiser

    It's not your typical industry charity gala that takes place at Jesse Lasky's palatial estate, built in 1919 in the Hollywood Hills. Nor is it typical that your guest speakers are four teens from Cambodia, raised in garbage dumps who now plan to go to...