"The Passion of the Christ" was no picnic for moviegoers. But it and other films with Christian themes might soon be.
"The Real World" meets ... "An Inconvenient Truth"? For the 20th-anni edition of MTV's housemates-and-hormones reality series ithe seven strangers will live in an eco-friendly house and start living…
Box office records are great, but this summer's early behemoths are getting their legs knocked out from underneath them domestically. And many wonder what that portends for the rest of the packed…
Long before "Pimp My Ride," NBC's "Knight Rider" was the ultimate in tricked-out cars. Now, for just $150,000, the KITT car can be yours.
Virgin Atlantic is turning its passengers into film jurors. Fourteen shorts drawn from filmmakers at the U.K.'s National Film and Television School, will be screened over the next four months as part…
The final "Star Wars" pic bowed in 2005 and George Lucas says he's still years away from a live-action TV series, but with 2007 marking the saga's 30th anniversary, the empire continues to strike up…
DreamWorks has added some fiber to the diet of PR mush that inundates film journos. Boxes of Flakies, "the breakfast of winners," recall Wheaties covers touting real-life athlete stars, but hype the…
"Dreamgirls" finally has what it always coveted: underdog status. While the film landed eight Academy Award noms last week, the DreamWorks tuner was excluded from three big categories, best pic…
It started as a joke and a riff on the commercialism of Christmas. But Festivus -- "the festival for the rest of us" featured in a 1997 episode of "Seinfeld" -- is catching on as a real holiday.
What's your sleep number, Hilary Swank?
Jar Jar Binks can't get a break. Seven years after the marble-mouthed CGI character popped up in "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace," he's still annoying.