Saving the cheerleader to save the world is the high-stakes onscreen mission for NBC's freshman series "Heroes," but it's even more challenging for the cast and crew to bring it to life.
If sitcoms are indeed dying a slow death, then it only stands to reason that there would be mourners. Among the folks in the below-the-line realm most affected by the gradual decline in multi-camera…
Catapulting a speeding SWAT van end over end may not be a problem for those of us with superpowers--like "Heroes' " telekinetic Sylar -- but for mere mortals, like special effects supervisor Gary…
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In this summer's "Transformers," a truckload of Furby dolls gets blown sky-high by one of the film's giant robots. It's meant as a sight gag, set up by toymaker Hasbro, which introduced the chatty…
Equity money is still pouring into Hollywood, but the utopian fantasy of a new, freer, Hollywood has turned out to be wishful thinking.
For 60 years, the guiding principles of network television have been twofold: mass appeal and program exclusivity. "Watch 'Friends' tonight at 8, only on NBC!"
Now in its eighth year, the Maui Film Festival is the rare cine-confab that must work rain insurance into its budget. And with movie venues in Wailea like the Celestial Cinema, SkyDome and Sand…
Highlights of the 2007 Maui Film Festival lineup.
David Sington's "In the Shadow of the Moon," Brett Morgen's "Chicago 10" and Tony Kaye's "Lake of Fire" are among the nonfiction titles set to unspool at Silverdocs, the Washington, D.C.-area…
A storm is brewing in the Great White North, as producers from across the country coming together over the weekend plan to raise the alarm over the Canadian dollar, now trading at a 30-year high.
Spain's "La Caja," helmed by first-time filmmaker Juan Carlos Falcon took, appropriately enough, the best pic Golden Falcon at the first Ibiza & Formentera Intl. Film Festival.