A film with a concept this strange has no right to be so dully formulaic.
Gary Sanchez Productions
Well-meaning, overly earnest and sometimes just plain ill judged, "Who Is Dayani Cristal?" uses the discovery of an unidentified male body in Arizona's Sonora desert as the starting point for a sad…
The Genre Company and Inferno's Ember Prods. are unwrapping Christmas-themed horror pic "Silent Night," tapping Malcolm McDowell to star and Steven C. Miller to direct the loose remake of TriStar's…
"Project X" star Thomas Mann is in final negotiations to star in "King Dork," a co-production between Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's Gary Sanchez Prods. banner and NALA Films.
Pic is a shrill, wedding-themed snipefest that seems determined to elevate backstabbing bitchery to the level of art.
The synopsis of comedy vet Matt Piedmont's feature debut reads like a grand joke: Will Ferrell stars in a Spanish-language shoot-'em-up about a lowly Mexican ranch hand taking on a drug cartel
"Precious" producer Sarah Siegel-Magness has tapped Graham Rogers for her directorial debut "Long Time Gone."
As a staple at Manhattan's Upright Citizens Brigade Theater for just over a decade, comedian and writer Chris Gethard ("Weird New York") has taken auds to some far-out places -- sometimes literally.
Army Archerd, whose 52-year run as a Daily Variety columnist made him unique among showbiz reporters, died Tuesday in Los Angeles of a rare form of mesothelioma, a lung cancer thought to be the…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired "The B Team," a spec pitch package for an Adam McKay-directed action comedy that will team Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as cops.
Will Ferrell will make his Broadway debut in January in the new solo comedy "You're Welcome America. A Final Night With George W Bush."
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