Over a career now spanning almost 30 years and comprising some of the most successful action movies ever made, Gale Anne Hurd has acquired a reputation as one of the last real producers, someone who…
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The May 22 bow of "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" not only marks the return of the whip-cracking archaeologist to the screen after 19 years, but his long-lost love, Karen Allen…
Director James Cameron's upcoming "Avatar" must rank as one of the most anticipated film projects in recent memory. His first narrative film since making the No. 1 box office hit of all time, 1997's…
Few stars can boast the consistency of Denzel Washington.
In its 125-year history, the Actors Fund has helped showbiz pros in all professions through all kinds of crises.
Chemistry. That elusive, indefinable connection between actor and role, and among actors in a cast, can turn a pilot into a hit and an actor-for-hire into a breakout star.
In the future, audiences won't want to simply watch characters, but to control them -- and their environments.
Acting and visual effects sometimes seem hopelessly incompatible. Acting is an organic, spontaneous craft, while vfx uses technology and thrives on meticulous planning. Acting depends on human beings…
He half slides, half crawls into his booth, weary but cheerful, his ribbed black shirt and nutmeg silk scarf under a dark dinner jacket an artful balance of bohemian dishevelment and movie-star chic.
In Britain, where a "season" of a show might easily be six carefully crafted episodes, it's commonplace to see a Ricky Gervais write every script and star in every episode.
If the visual effects industry had its way, the Disney tentpole that sailed into theaters May 25 might have been named "Pirates of the Caribbean: At Wits' End."