A film with a concept this strange has no right to be so dully formulaic.
The number of jobs in New York's film production sector grew significantly from 32,500 in 2004 to 46,100 last year as the state sweetened its production tax incentive program, according to a study…
Blowing away Wall Street forecasts, Lionsgate has reported higher quarterly earnings of $75.5 million, or 56¢ a share for its second quarter ended Sept. 30, vs. a loss of $25.3 million, or 27¢ a…
Neither the best nor worst entry in the recent glut of found-footage horror movies, "Muirhouse" produces decent chills from a ghost hunter's overnight stay in a spooky old mansion.
Just in time for their Charlie Chaplin Britannia Award for comedy excellence, Matt Stone and Trey Parker hit another milestone.
Kevin Durand and Robert Maillet are set to join the cast of Screen Gems and Constantin Films "The Mortal Instruments."
Like the Eurozone itself, helmer Tony Krawitz's first full-length fiction feature "Dead Europe" struggles to cohere into a convincing whole, despite sections of commanding authority.
Writer-director Hilda Hidalgo has seemingly unlocked the key to translating Gabriel Garcia Marquez's writing into film.
"Rain in a Dry Land" is in the forefront of the current crop of immigration chronicles, a docu that illuminates a stratum of U.S. life as much as it does the plight of the African emigre. The film's…