Veteran British cinematographer Gilbert Taylor, who shot “Star Wars” for director George Lucas after shooting black and white classics such as Richard Lester's 1964 Beatles film "A Hard Day’s Night,”…
Top TV critics gathered Tuesday night at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' headquarters in North Hollywood to weigh in on the prospects for the fall television season. Variety's Cynthia…
In 1962 Ken Adam designed "Dr. No," the first Bond. It was a relatively low-budget spy film from a popular series of novels.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art's "Stanley Kubrick," the first retrospective of the late filmmaker's work in the U.S., reveals the almost maniacal research that the director of such films as…
When Variety first established its paywall limiting online access, Jim Romenesko, an influential aggregator of media news, said he didn't like directing readers to sites with such impediments to…
Lasse Hallstrom has sweetened the satire right out of Paul Torday's side-splitting political sendup.
A rocket-powered thriller that could, by dint of sheer sensationalism, break the Iraq movie curse.
Release date: Nov. 6 Distrib Overture Think of “Men Who Stare at Goats” as a cross between “Three Kings” and “Catch-22” as filtered through “Dr. Strangelove.” The lunacy of war is certainly the issue…
A superbly written loony-tunes satire played by a cast at the top of its game.
An over-the-top and beyond-PC comedy that infuses party-hearty anarchy with hectoring moral outrage.
In the four decades since he designed Stanley Kubrick's production of "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb," Ken Adam still figures it's the best work he's ever done.