"It's a true life story based on Aron Ralston's book 'Between a Rock and a Hard Place,'" explains Christian Colson, producer of "127 Hours."
A look at the execs behind the Michael Jackson estate deal.
A look at the folks behind the 'Amerian Idol' deal
As the sole honoree for Variety's inaugural Power of Comedy event, edgy British comedian Russell Brand is being recognized for using his celebrity for good.
Those Pixar guys sure know how to spot talent.
The year provides another bumper crop of animated pics. Two venerable titles return with spectacular results, both in quality and box office. Plus, a few new entries dazzles in terms of technology…
Documentaries have long been viewed as the poor, overly-earnest relatives of big, sexy feature films.
This third adventure in the beloved Pixar franchise is universally acknowledged as that rarest of projects -- a triumphant synthesis of art and commerce.
Set and shot in the Ozarks, unfolds like a latter-day Greek epic in the sensitive and capable hands of director Debra Granik.
In "Trespass," the Joel Schumacher-helmed thriller set for release in 2011, Nicole Kidman and Nicolas Cage play a couple taken hostage in their own home.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Frozen2Daily: $1.7M Cumulative: $140.5M Disney -30.18%
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Daily: $437,117 Cumulative: $6.8M Relativity Media -25.73%