A look at the career of John Woo
Terence Chang, John Woo's longtime producing partner and closest ally in making the transition to Hollywood, dates his friendship with the Hong Kong helmer as far back as 1978.
The film business is full of showy sprinters: filmmakers and movies that flash by as they ring up impressive box office numbers, only to leave little of substance in their wake.
While Evolution Music Partners may be headquartered in the old, historic Taft building on the corner of Hollywood and Vine, there's nothing traditional or hidebound about this boutique talent agency.
With a nonpareil lineup of ass-kicking stars that includes the action trinity of Stallone, Schwarzenegger and Willis, it's to be expected that fist fights and pyrotechnics take center stage in "The…
Mark Wahlberg's career arc reads like a particularly fanciful Hollywood narrative.
Steve Levinson, who has been Mark Wahlberg's partner at Leverage Management for nearly two decades, attributes the star's success as a producer to several reasons.
Mark Wahlberg teamed with Mandeville Films' David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman to co-produce "The Fighter," financed by Relativity and shot entirely in Lowell, Mass.
The four-man Canadian sketch troupe's comedy DNA has strong links to such revered ancestors as Monty Python, the Kids in the Hall and "SCTV."
With a wild standup act that mines a lot of raw, personal material, maybe it's no surprise that Jack Whitehall has been hailed as the next Russell Brand.
This may still be a down economy, but don't tell that to the folks in the businesses of translating, dubbing, subtitling and closed-captioning.