A modestly inventive and involving variation on a standard-issue sci-fi doomsday scenario.
A look at new leader's at the agencies, including Trevor Astbury, Rosanna Bilow, Lauren Meltzner, Dina Kuperstock, more...
Summit Entertainment will open Doug Liman's "Fair Game" in limited release domestically on Nov. 5.
UTA has upped motion picture lit agent Jason Burns and alternative TV rep Brett Hansen to partner.
Emile Hirsch has signed on to star in the supernatural film "The Darkest Hour" for New Regency and Summit Entertainment.
Chris Gorak ("Right at Your Door") will direct thriller "Dead Loss" for Palmer West and Jonah Smith and their Thousand Words banner.
Deep Focus: Going into the Sundance Film Festival, fest topper Geoffrey Gilmore spoke about this year's lineup as a "back to its roots" event filled with films "as independent as we've had in many…
As long as the skateboarding rules in "Lords of Dogtown," this saga stays close to the essential vibe of the exploits of a rag-tag Venice crew profiled in Stacy Peralta's scintillating docu, "Dogtown…
A decent finish to a middling trilogy -- though the ending leaves the door wide open for more -- "Blade: Trinity" won't linger in the memory long, but gives pretty good action eye-candy while it's…
The Coen brothers tread into James M. Cain territory with "The Man Who Wasn't There," but with less tasty results than either Cain or the Coens themselves at their best. The always inventive team…