That old Hollywood warhorse, the awards TelePrompTer, leaped from the fringes of the Beverly Hilton to the center of conversation at the annual Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. installation luncheon.
Matthew Vaughn – The Golden Age
Ryan McGarry's documentary offers a bracing, often stomach-churning glimpse inside one of America's busiest emergency rooms.
Here comes a new generation -- and some seasoned players -- advancing to higher-profile projects.
As the West wondered about the health of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, and world leaders worried about the country restarting its nuclear reactor, the foreign guests from some 30 or so countries…
When it comes to filming in the U.K., all roads lead to London. But regions elsewhere in the country are beginning to lure crews outside their comfort zone in the capital.
The full list for the 14th annual SAG Awards
"Ratatouille" keeps on cooking up big biz at the European box office while homegrown holdovers "Lissi" and "The Orphanage" comfortably held top spots in Germany and Spain.
Local offerings "Lissi," "The Orphanage," and "Le Coeur des hommes 2" topped the charts in Germany, Spain and France at the European box office this weekend. But Hollywood fare remains just as tasty…
The number of shooting days for film, TV and commercials in London rose 18% to 12,655 in 2005 over a year earlier, according to government org Film London.
Opened up for the screen by vet Tom Cairns, this look at a couple's deteriorated relationship boasts eminently watchable turns from Matthew Broderick and Julianne Moore. Story's oddness and ambiguity…
Likely to join the Madonna's cinematic hall of ill fame that includes "Shanghai Surprise," "Who's That Girl" and "The Next Best Thing" is director-scenarist-spouse Guy Ritchie's "Swept Away," though…