Orlando Bloom said it best, just after his opening night performance Sept. 19 in the Broadway revival of “Romeo and Juliet.” “It’s really hard not to sound pretentious when you’re talking about…
One of the hot specs of 2011 is getting a jolt as Timur Bekmambetov's Bazelevs banner has acquired "The Current War" as a directing vehicle for Bekmambetov.
Berry Meyerowitz's Phase 4 Films has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to Andrew Edison's raunchy teen comedy "Bindlestiffs" and will release the pic through its new "Kevin Smith's SModcast Pictures…
Unabashedly amateurish in conception and execution, "Bindlestiffs" nonetheless contains enough rude-and-crude humor to indicate modest potential as homevid and cable fodder.
Neil Simon's 1971 "The Prisoner of Second Avenue" is played strictly in period at the El Portal, and rightly so.
Andrew Meieran's Bureau of Moving Pictures has hired scribes for three projects, including "Incandescent," the story of the Edison-Tesla battle over their rival systems of electrical current.
Part Gen-X Gallagher, part face-pulling Jerry Lewis, popular standup comic Carrot Top attempts that inevitable crossover to the bigscreen in "Chairman of the Board." The results, peppered with the…
Henry Ford believed in reincarnation. He was right to do so, for Mark St. Germain's highly promising "Camping with Henry & Tom" and John Cunningham's dominant portrayal of Ford in it offer strong…