Like a sonnet, or a hymn, Hank Williams' songs are timeless both because of and in spite of their structural limitations, using primary colors to drill down to the primary essences of the most…
“Evil Dead” helmer Fede Alvarez is in talks to direct “Dante’s Inferno” for Universal. Pic would be based on the Electronic Arts video game that follows a knight who, with the help of a poet…
The 28-year old native of Beijing caught the public's eye as a host of MTV in China. She made her bigscreen debut in the Chinese remake of "What Women Want."
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With the first-look deal becoming less and less popular, even big-name pic producers are finding studio love harder to hold onto amid a rockier Hollywood landscape. Universal is emblematic of the…
Never mind the inherent titular redundancy: “The Last Exorcism Part II" is a generally effective sequel to the 2010 sleeper that injected at least a little new life into the heavily taxed…
Marianne Jean-Baptiste is set to star opposite Joel Kinnaman, Hugh Laurie, Samuel L. Jackson and Gary Oldman in the MGM's remake of "Robocop."
Amanda Seyfried is set to topline New Regency's sci-fi action thriller, "I'm.mortal," from writer-director Andrew Niccol.
Nashville-based 821 Entertainment Group and Strike Entertainment have teamed to turn the life of country music icon Hank Williams into a feature film.
The Electronic Arts hit vidgame "Dead Space" is on course to become a sci-fi/horror film, with "Eagle Eye" helmer D.J. Caruso attached to direct.
Dan Harris has been set by Universal Pictures to write "Dante's Inferno," a live-action film based on the Electronic Arts vidgame in which players journey through the depths of hell.
"Flash of Genius" is anything but. Pic's pervasive blandness marks this as a theatrical also-ran.