Storied music producer and engineer Phil Ramone, who for half a century pushed the technological and creative boundaries of recorded music, died Saturday in New York. He was 79. Ramone had been…
Joel Simon, former president of World Wrestling Entertainment Films, died Sunday of pancreatic cancer in Los Angeles. He was 60 and had battled the disease for four years.
Writers Guild of America East will give its Evelyn F. Burkey Award to the Committee to Project Journalists.
Following on from "The Grudge," Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in another yet remake of an Asian horror pic with "Possession."
"The Marine" will trigger a strong sense of deja vu for anyone who recalls the slapdash, slam-bang action fare that was standard-issue drive-in fodder during the 1970s. John Cena retro star vehicle…
Throats are ripped, heads are crushed and limbs are severed with brutal efficiency throughout "See No Evil," but that's not nearly enough to dispel the sense of deja vu that pervades this generic…
World Wrestling Entertainment has created a Los Angeles-based film division and tapped producer Joel Simon as its prexy.
Financing and foreign sales entity MM Media Capital Partners has announced that the company will be renamed Cobalt Media Group, effective Tuesday.
X is for "X-Men," Bryan Singer's new film adaptation of the Stan Lee comic book series. Y is for "Like, why do these screen versions of graphic superhero fantasies hardly ever work?" Z is for the…
Some very talented people stub their collective toes quite elaborately and expensively in "Wild Wild West." Barry Sonnenfeld's attempt to mine summer gold out of another teaming with Will Smith two…
The threadbare screenplay, which went into production as Seven Year Storm, uses a Rip van Winkle gimmick. As Mason Storm, cop Steven Seagal is nearly killed in the first reel after shooting…
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