HONG KONG — Bill Mechanic's long-gestating fantasy film "The Moon And The Sun" is finally set to start shooting from April 2014 in Australia. The $40 million picture will be directed by Sean McNamara…
Jerry Lewis makes an excruciating return to the bigscreen in this sappy sudser.
Alanis Morissette and Shannyn Sossamon have been cast in “The Price of Desire,” a new romantic period drama based on the life of architect Eileen Gray that’s getting a little extra help from…
Jerry Lewis will return to Cannes for a screening of Daniel Noah’s drama “Max Rose,” starring Lewis, Claire Bloom, Kevin Pollak, Kerry Bishe and Mort Sahl. International Film Trust is launching…
"Argo" thesp Kerry Bishe has joined the cast of the indie "Max Rose" starring Jerry Lewis and Peter Bogdanovich.
Mosaic has tapped Lawrence Inglee ("The Messenger") as president of production, taking over for David Householter, who's leaving the company to produce Paramount's "Anchorman" sequel.
A night of partying turns into "Lord of the Flies" with pharmaceuticals when a bunch of kids invade a Dublin home.
"I'm an accidental producer," says Lawrence Inglee, who made waves with his first full producing effort, the military-themed drama "The Messenger," which nabbed two Academy Award nominations.
The film is a well-wrought but dramatically narrow account of a scuzzy cop's personal and professional meltdown.
The police thriller "Rampart" -- premiering today in Toronto as one of the fest's hottest sale items -- is a study in contrasts: Not just in its stark high-contrast cinematography, but in the…
Remakes of a trio of the most successful Jerry Lewis comedies from his heyday during the '60s -- "The Bellboy," "Cinderfella" and "The Family Jewels" -- are headed for the bigscreen.
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