Miramax has moved ahead on plans for its double "Bill." The company will release the Quentin Tarantino-directed "Kill Bill: Volume Two" Feb. 20, 2004.
"Casablanca" is showcased in a gorgeous new digital transfer in Warner Home Video's 60th anniversary DVD release. The extras on this two-disc package are just fine, but they cannot match the quality…
Bob Hope -- one of the most recognizable entertainers on the planet, thanks to a career that encompassed vaudeville, Broadway, radio, film, TV and personal appearances -- died of pneumonia Sunday…
John Schlesinger, the Oscar-winning director of 1969 best pic "Midnight Cowboy" as well as "Darling" and "Sunday Bloody Sunday," died Friday at Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs. He was…
Oscar's lawyers are raising "Kane." Christie's auction house was scheduled to put Orson Welles' statuette under the gavel on Friday, but the item has been withdrawn after a protest from the Academy…
It may have seemed like a goofy ad, but it wasn't promoting Goofy.
Timothy M. Gray -- Reel Life
A week after the Oscar folk put out their regulations on awards campaigns, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has issued its guidelines, but it's a shorter, gentler list.
Oscar has a message to campaigners: Behave or you're out. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences this week sent out a list concerning "the promotion of films eligible for the 76th Academy…
You have to hand it to the folks at Disney. Who else could dream up a premiere that lasted six hours and included go-go-dancing pirate girls, followed by Jerry Bruckheimer and Johnny Depp floating…
Katharine Hepburn, who holds the all-time Oscar record for actors and whose screen career spanned seven decades, died Sunday afternoon at her home in Old Saybrook, Conn.