An earnest and involving tribute to two generations of U.S. military personnel, "Memorial Day" will work best in ancillary platforms where the stateliness of its pacing can be alleviated by judicious…
Michael Di Jiacomo's "Somewhere Tonight," starring John Turturro, took home top audience honors at the second edition of the American Film Fest, Poland's emerging festival dedicated to U.S. indies…
New Line is rebooting "Mortal Kombat," based on Kevin Tancharoen's short film and web series "Mortal Kombat: Rebirth."
Scott Free and Tandem Communications are heading back to the dark days of the Crusades and Cathar massacres in France for "Labyrinth," a TV miniseries adaptation of Kate Mosse's international…
Italo TV broadcasters will be able to buy newspaper publishers from the April 1 under new proposals -- re-igniting fears that mogul and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi might extend his domination of…
Sarah Silverman is in negotiations to join Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams in the indie dramedy "Take This Waltz."
This long overdue "X-Files" spinoff has likely missed the moment. Following the travails of a trio of conspiracy nuts who provided invaluable help to Mulder during some memorable investigations, "The…
After decent gains made with "The Wedding Singer," an amiable crossover vehicle, Adam Sandler scrambles back to his "SNL" Cajun Boy persona for "The Waterboy." The formulaic mix of mirth and mayhem…