Egyptians are hoping things settle down soon, but they are very concerned. Case in point: producer Mohamed Hefzy.
Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros. had a big problem on their hands last week: Low tracking numbers for "Pacific Rim" - the last thing any producer wants to see before releasing an expensive…
"Broken City" is an evocative and over-ambitious title for a so-so political potboiler that wants to be a gritty, expansive epic of moral and urban decay.
The sins of the fathers have seldom weighed so heavy as in the odd, intriguing and ultimately moving "Hitler's Children," which asks what it's like to have grown up a child of the Nazi elite, the…
Michael Sladek's "BAM150" is a celebration of/advertisement for the Brooklyn Academy of Music on the occasion of its sesquicentennial, but runs out of storyline long before it runs out of footage.
Michael Kahn has received dual nominations from the American Cinema Editors for "The Adventures of Tintin" and "War Horse."
Radar Pictures is taking the plunge into "Heart of Darkness," tapping Peter Cornwell ("The Haunting in Connecticut") to direct an adaptation of Joseph Conrad's novel as a spacebound sci-fi pic.
As Richard Kim trenchantly reports in the Aug. 7, 2005, issue of the Nation, the facts concerning the Tehran execution of Ayaz Marhoni and Mahmoud Asgari remain as impenetrable as the veils of…
Mr. Murphy goes to Washington and the big winner is Mickey Mouse, as Disney figures to cash in with a hefty honorarium from this uneven but occasionally quite funny political satire. Those tired of…