Three episodes. That's how long CBS gave Aardman's "Creature Comforts" to find an audience before pulling the plug on the stop-motion series in June 2007.
Time magazine called her the next J.K. Rowling, but Mormon housewife-turned-bestselling novelist Stephenie Meyer quickly defers, "There'll never be anything like that again."
Vanessa Morrison started her career at Fox as an intern back in 1994. Today, she runs the studio's animation division, overseeing such projects as "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" and the upcoming…
The fans have spoken: In response to pressure from the online community, the cancer subplot prevails in "Fanboys," a raunchy, rough-around-the-edges comedy about five "Star Wars" nuts who fulfill a…
In a clear sign of their ongoing commitment to quality, the Criterion Collection improves upon yet another of their early library titles (in this case, spine No. 24), reissuing Akira Kurosawa's "High…
While Rainn Wilson handles cubicle work with aplomb on TV's "The Office," he's also right at home onstage in "The Rocker," playing a heavy-metal burnout who gets a second shot at stardom -- never…
Constantly finding new ways to organize and package the titles in their wide-ranging Studio Canal library, Lionsgate sticks its neck out with an Andre Techine collection, offering a survey of four…
Last year, Quentin Tarantino gave audiences a taste of his many influences by programming a two-month all-you-can-stand grindhouse buffet at Los Angeles' New Beverly Cinema. Missing from that…
Where Paul Haggis' "Crash" found touch-deprived Angelenos striving for contact via auto collisions, "Garden Party's" City of Angels ensemble favors the old-fashioned bump and grind.
After nearly a quarter century, the paradox of "Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters" remains that even though director Paul Schrader went out of his way to make the controversial biopic in Japanese with…