An ugly, unusually audience-pandering thriller from the prickly German director behind such mass-killing sprees as "Postal" and "Rampage," this one playing like "Margin Call" with grenades.
Chicago-based Luminair Media has tapped TicTock Studios topper Hopwood DePree XIV as its new president as part of a new partnership between the two Midwestern production companies. The pact aims to…
"A Teacher" star Will Brittain, who plays the title character's teenage object of affection, has signed with Paradigm, where he'll be repped by Ida Ziniti and Ryan Bartlett.
Malik Bendjelloul's "Searching for Sugar Man" has won the best feature award from the International Documentary Assn., adding to its lengthy list of kudos.
As Warner Bros.' "The Impossible" smashes B.O. records in Spain, its government is set to launch a full-scale makeover of its state film incentive and tax shelters, establishing production parameters…
Nabil Ayouch's Arab drama "Horses of God" won the Golden Spike at Spain's Valladolid Film Festival Saturday.
Paramount Pictures' animation division has kept a low profile since its launch last summer, announcing few projects other than a sequel to "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" set for release in 2014…
Well-intentioned but pedestrian, "The Right to Love" makes the case for gay marriage by focusing on a Northern California family of two daddies and two adopted kids.
With an early hat tip to Hitchcock's "Psycho," helmer Braden Croft's micro-budgeted "Hemorrhage" initially hints at an innocent's view of evil. Instead, this thriller, birthed in darkest Canada…
Actress Celeste Holm, who won an Oscar for her performance in "Gentleman's Agreement" in 1948 and drew Oscar nominations for her work in "Come to the Stable" and "All About Eve," has died in New…