"Secondhand Lions," the 2003 New Line Cinema pic that inspired the stage musical now getting its world premiere from Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater, got knocked by critics for being schmaltzy and a…
The man who helped destroy your emotional well-being with “Game of Throne’s” “Red Wedding” apparently watched “Breaking Bad’s” “Ozymandius” episode over the weekend and though to himself, Well…
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) will add some bipartisan balance to the MPAA and Microsoft’s Creativity Conference on April 26, a D.C. event that will feature a keynote by former President…
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The alleged demonic possession of the Lutz family and its suburban New England manse circa 1975 doesn't lack for fascination, having inspired over the years a feature film, a prequel, a 3D entry, a…
Austin — As "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" opens South by Southwest Friday with a comic flourish, hundreds of bizzers — including the fest's largest-ever buyer contingent — begin the real SXSW…
SundanceNow and IFC Midnight have jointly acquired all U.S. rights to director Eric Walter's documentary "My Amityville Horror."
Director Robert Lepage divided audiences and critics alike with his recent Metroplitan Opera staging of Wagner's Ring cycle, but he'll earn back a lot of brownie points with his production of…
Walter Hill has entered into a partnership agreement with the Aldrich Co. to remake the 1962 psychological thriller "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?," which starred Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
A classic novel's long journey to the bigscreen comes to a gratifying but not exactly triumphant end with "On the Road."
Sony Pictures has tapped its Oscar-winning "Social Network" scribe Aaron Sorkin to adapt "Steve Jobs," Walter Isaacson's bestselling biography of the late Apple co-founder.
Warner Bros. is getting "Haunted," buying Eric Kripke's spec script and setting up the project with Greg Berlanti through Berlanti Prods. and Kevin McCormick via his Langley Park banner.