While the visual-effects industry has been jolted by two high-profile bankruptcies and infighting over unionization, some houses have been steadily sending in shots — and making a living at the same…
M. Night Shyamalan's latest non-happening will prove a litmus test of Will Smith's continued drawing power.
“Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” thesp Dominic Cooper looks ready to take on the most famous vampire of all as he is in negotiations to co-star in Universal’s “Dracula” starring Luke Evans. Sarah…
There are faint scars on the face of Ric Roman Waugh that testify to the injuries he suffered during his years as a stuntman on films such as "Days of Thunder," "True Romance," "Hook" and "Lethal…
Todd Looby's semi-autobiographical second narrative feature is an incisive if slightly underdeveloped portrait of marital strain.
Fox Audience Strategy has announced the group of scribes that will attend the Fox Writers Intensive, a program that serves as a talent pipeline to the net and its sibling arms including FX and 20th…
Sumner Redstone has donated $10 million to the USC School of Cinematic Arts to further the school's media creation education programs.
While many of cable's dramatic series are often described as weekly mini-movies, FX has taken that notion a step further.
From the Rio Grande to Tierra del Fuego, filmmakers are finding better resources, friendlier governments and safer venues as they pursue their projects.
The media freakout over the mixed reaction to Tuesday's CinemaCon preview of "The Hobbit" footage with high-frame-rate 3D had me rolling my eyes.
A minimalist study in maximum violence.
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