Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's saga of ill-fated pom-pom girls who return from death to wreak vengeance will amuse if not wow jaded horror fans.
After the awards buzz coming out of Venice and Telluride, DreamWorks’ “The Fifth Estate” added a surprising twist to the conversation as it opened the 38th Toronto Festival on Sept. 5. The pic…
While the rest of the fest generates awards season talk, Toronto's Midnight Madness plays to what's hot at the current box office. With films such as "Mama," "The Conjuring" and "The Purge" beating…
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HONG KONG – "Driving Miss Daisy" director Bruce Beresford will head the international jury at the upcoming Mumbai Film Festival (Oct. 17-24). Also on the jury is French actress Nathalie Baye…
Four days ago, the 2013 Oscar race was mostly a matter of crossed fingers and speculation, but things have quickly shifted into high gear. The Venice Film Fest has served up two home runs in its…
Ed Harris is set to join the adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Cymbeline” starring Ethan Hawke. Michael Almereyda will direct. Producers are Anthony Katagas for Keep Your Head Productions and…
"All Cheerleaders Must Die," helmer Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's supernatural thrill-ride, will open the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness, it was announced Monday…
Fox International Prods. has acquired remake rights to Sean Ellis’ Philippine heist thriller “Metro Manila,” four months after it won the audience award for world cinema at Sundance. Fox announced…
Boston-based Emerson College has tapped "Friends" exec producer Kevin Bright to serve as senior exec director of the college's Los Angeles Center. Bright will alight from Emerson's Board of Trustees…
Caitlin Stasey ("Tomorrow When the War Began"), Sianoa Smit-McPhee ("Hung") and Tom Williamson have come on board to star in Moderncine's supernatural thriller "All Cheerleaders Die."
Warner Bros. has moved Bryan Singer's Jack and the Beanstalk feature forward three weeks to March 1 and changed the title to "Jack the Giant Slayer" from "Jack the Giant Killer."