This impressively scaled chronicle of the life and times of Simon Bolivar lacks the spark that would make it a great biopic rather than a competent one.
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More than a year after acquiring rights to the racy bestselling novel that gave popularized to the term “mommy porn,” Universal and Focus have finally put the main elements in place to start shooting…
A decision could still be a few weeks away on who will play Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey in Universal and Focus Features’ adaptation of E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey,” but studios are…
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Sony released a new trailer to the sequel of their 2009 computer-animated hit "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" Wednesday. The sequel picks up where the original, based on the children's book by…
A new breed of filmmaker is emerging in Cuba, where travel restrictions to and from the U.S. have eased, allowing digital-savvy helmers — many of them alumni of the Gabriel Garcia Marquez-founded…
A boozing, pot-smoking and penniless Brazilian musician is kicked out of his uncle's home in "Soulbound," though he conveniently bumps into a wealthy music producer whose relationship with his b.f…
Opera lovers, a potentially large demographic, are targeted by "First Night," a frothy English country-house romp that throws in hefty portions of Mozart.
Continuing its hefty commitment to new Latin American talent, L.A.-based FiGa Films has inked worldwide rights on Chilean helmer Rodrigo Marin's "Zoologico."
Writer-director Hilda Hidalgo has seemingly unlocked the key to translating Gabriel Garcia Marquez's writing into film.
Like Clint Eastwood's "Changeling," Norwegian helmer Erik Poppe's "Troubled Water" highlights two cinematic archetypes that have recently gained currency: the child murderer and the bereaved mother.
After a tremendous publicity build-up with the search for a leading lady via TV reality show "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?," the $10.1 million production of "The Sound of Music" that opened…