Second time round, Bridget is still fat, funny and endearing -- but "all a bit, um, familiar, actually." "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason" reteams key cast in a playful retread with the assumption…
The Back Lot: With Oscar time upon us, a certain blur increasingly surrounds the best picture category. Though some folks are pissed about it, I don't share their indignation.
"The Incredibles" lives up to its title. This grand adventure yarn about a retired family of superheroes getting its groove back is in several ways the most ambitious and genre-expanding entry in…
Writer-director Cate Shortland's debut feature "Somersault" nabbed a record 13 trophies at the Australian Film Institute awards presented Friday night local time at Melbourne's Regent Theater.
The disc is in the mail. Miramax has kicked off screener season by mailing out DVDs of "Kill Bill Vol. 2" to Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences voters.
"We've been walking a razor on this thing," sighed the seemingly relieved co-writer of "Birth," Milo Addica, after his latest filmic baby was safely delivered to its Gotham premiere Tuesday at the…
At the New York premiere of "Finding Neverland" at the Brooklyn Museum Monday, Harvey Weinstein mused about the connections between his troubled studio and the pic that could be its last hurrah.
Brian Grazer and Ron Howard will bestow Steve Martin with the 19th American Cinematheque award at the Nov. 12 kudofest at the Beverly Hilton.
Monday is the deadline for animated feature filmmakers eligible for consideration for the 77th Academy Awards to submit entry forms and supporting materials to the Academy.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is kicking off a lecture series devoted to docs, with the inaugural event titled "Documentaries of Dissent," at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater on Nov. 10.