Liam Hemsworth of "The Hunger Games" has replaced Armie Hammer in the lead of Matt Shakman's "Cut Bank," which has started shooting in the Canadian city of Edmonton -- which is helping to finance the…
BBC's docu strand "Storyville" and the Irish Film Board have inked a partnership for co-producing up to five docus in the two territories in the next year.
One production power couple produces pretty penny
Originally shot several years ago as "Kids in America," "Take Me Home Tonight" is a pleasant-enough all-in-one-night comedy.
A bruising, decade-spanning chronicle of the bloody fisticuffs between two feuding Irish Traveler families.
The Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston-starrer is a schmaltzy romantic comedy without the sweetness.
Some things about Sundance remain the same -- intermittent blizzards, all-night dealmaking, too many starry-eyed thesps in branded parkas.
The Irish government has cut the budget of the Irish Film Board by 3% to $21.2 million, a mild reduction given the state of the Irish economy and that fact that the government is slashing costs in a…
Former Disney Channel marketing topper Matthew Palmer has joined online entertainment site Stardoll, opening its first-ever U.S. office. Launched in 2003, Stardoll is a growing online destination for…
Rap star and recording mogul Master P gets little comic mileage from his first star vehicle, a raucous but witless farce called "I Got the Hook-Up." Little more than a loosely connected string of…
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