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Among the slackest, laziest, least movie-like movies released by a major studio in the last decade.
While not quite a "Notorious" F.L.O.P., French spy thriller and Hitchcock wannabe "Mobius" struggles to suggest why its central pair of lovers would want to be together beyond physical compatibility…
Mathias Schwerbrock's Film Base Berlin has boarded French helmer Philippe Diaz's "The Last Days of Karl Marx," starring Maximilian Schell.
Global TV production and distribution house Endemol, whose skeins include "Deal or No Deal" and "Big Brother," is shaking up its commercial and brands biz.
Writer-director JT Petty mines a few good laughs from the promising premise of "Hellbenders," an aggressively foul-mouthed horror-comedy about exorcists forced to keep themselves in a constant state…
Steve Dontanville and Frank Frattaroli's D/F Management is merging with Circle of Confusion to create a full-service management and production company that will operate under the Circle of Confusion…
You can forgive Laura Engel for feeling conflicted on Oscar night. This year she had three clients up for Academy Awards, including two going head to head for original score.
Inferno Entertainment has come aboard to finance Victorian era horror-thriller "Blood of the Innocent," based on the graphic novel series.
Produced two years ago for German television, this nice-looking two-parter explores elements of the Nibelungen saga peripheral to Wagner's "Ring" operas, and it ranges from kind of good -- along the…
Numerous tragedies, several of them all but unwatchable, befall the characters in "Hecuba," the Euripides play that seems suddenly to be the British theater's classical text of choice. For all its…