The idea of David Lynch directing a concert movie of Duran Duran remains far more exciting than the result.
LONDON -- New U.K. production company Mirror Image launched Thursday with the announcement of its first feature "It's a Lot."
After dipping its toes into pure CG animation for "Arthur Christmas," Aardman integrates its feted old-school stop-motion technique with top-drawer visual effects in this irrepressibly amusing caper.
With another accuser coming forward today, Herman Cain's press conference seems to have done little to stop daily drip of news coverage of allegations of sexual harassment. Andrew Sullivan thinks…
Peter Guber's Mandalay Pictures has named Matthew Rhodes prexy of its indie film label Mandalay Vision and will relocate the company from New York to Los Angeles.
Three decades ago, Duran Duran positioned itself at the cutting edge of pop music with a manifesto that was as much about the look and the lifestyle as the music itself.
It's Idols gone wild night on "American Idol" as the remaining four contestants get their chance to shine by picking songs we all expect them to sing.
Having explored the bottom of the London race, class and economic ladder with his gritty sleeper debut "Bullet Boy," director Saul Dibb scrutinizes the very top in "The Line of Beauty." Juicy…
Nick at Nite lands a berth on Broadway with the new revival of "Bells Are Ringing." Tina Landau's production pays affectionate homage to the breezy, bright musicals of the 1950s, the kind in which…
Reviewed Dec. 9, 1997.
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