Forget all the darkly whispered rumors of the sinking of the hundreds of millions invested in the latest bigscreen retelling of the Titanic catastrophe. The joint studios Fox and Paramount can now be…
Helmer James L. Brooks' feel-good "people who need people" picture reunites him with Jack Nicholson, who won a second Oscar for his "Endearment" role as Garrett Breedlove, and appeared unbilled in…
Comedies are a tough sell when it comes to Oscar nods and boxoffice blockbusters often find success makes Oscar question their integrity.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. launched its MGM Gold television channel in Brazil over the weekend, the entertainment company said Monday.
The other movie this year aside from "Boogie Nights" to center on the anatomical Mr. Happy also was a huge independent hit in this indie-trendy era.
Barry Kemp, the TV scribe and producer responsible for "Newhart" and "Coach," is moving like a blitzing linebacker into the feature world with three new projects to write and/or produce for Universal…
Even the critics who've taken Hollywood to task for producing a glut of underwhelming movies have to admit the problem doesn't rest with the performers. There's a crowded pack of first-rate thesps…
If there was one picture this year that seemed destined to reap the whole works, it's Steven Spielberg's "Amistad."
After years of ignoring Clint Eastwood, the Academy has warmed up to the action icon this decade and bestowed him with Oscars for best picture and best director of 1992 for "Unforgiven," acknowledged…
Argentina's "Martin (Hache)," by director Adolfo Aristarain, won first prize for the best feature film at Havana's Latin American film festival.
The Academy's history of ignoring significant African-American cinema simply can't be redressed with one movie, but Kasi Lemmon's "Eve's Bayou'' provides a strong chance for a start in the right…