Sony chief Michael Lynton has joined the USC School of Cinematic Arts Board of Councilors. The board helps spearhead the school’s fundraising, as well as overall planning and development. Lynton, CEO…
Bill Condon's biopic thriller "The Fifth Estate," starring Benedict Cumberbatch as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, will open the Toronto Intl. Film Festival on Sept. 5. "Information is the most…
John Cusack appears especially severe in this first publicity photo from his new role in David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars,” the director’s long-in-development thriller about celebrity obsession…
Critics have not gone easy on the Adam Sandler comedy, despite box office predictions in the $40 millions for opening weekend. Here’s what some critics are saying about the sequel to 2010 hit “Grown…
For Christine Vachon at New York's Killer Films, "What keeps independent film alive, what it has to be charged with now, is true originality, alternative, truly original voices."
With an early hat tip to Hitchcock's "Psycho," helmer Braden Croft's micro-budgeted "Hemorrhage" initially hints at an innocent's view of evil. Instead, this thriller, birthed in darkest Canada…
Exclusive interview with thesp reveals plans to play 'Cat' woman on Broadway
A contempo nativity story in which the Holy Ghost seemingly impregnates a Mormon girl through a cover of Jack Lee/Blondie's incomparable tune, "Hanging on the Telephone," "Electrick Children" reps a…
William "Kip" Gowans, an assistant director with dozens of credits and later a producer of telepics, died of natural causes March 11 outside the village of Mougins in the south of France. He was 80.
Facile, formulaic and utterly charm-free.