Studios today face off over dueling superheroes and Snow White projects, but in the late 1950s, Kirk Douglas and United Artists were at swords point over competing "Spartacus" projects.
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A sweet, modestly budgeted family offering that reminds what Disney stood for before adopting its franchise-driven strategy.
LOCARNO, Switzerland -- The 65th Locarno Film Festival wrapped Saturday night at the Piazza Grande with chief juror Apichatpong Weerasethakul handing out the Golden Leopard (with a purse of $92,000)…
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Because he's throwing away scenes like this. Via Splitsider.
Based on a popular British concept that's spawned formatted versions around the world, "The Week the Women Went" is billed as a "social experiment," which is a rather high-fallutin' way of referring…
While hardly a breakthrough on any level -- indeed, about as unoriginal as the genre gets -- if the goal is simply to keep the torch flickering between the Games and the fall season, mission probably…
A train wreck masquerading as popular entertainment, "The Swiss Miss Massacre" is an embarrassing stab at the horror-comedy genre by Switzerland's most successful director, Michael Steiner.