Las Vegas is undergoing a renaissance, but not one associated with the theme-park-scaled hotels and casinos that dot the southern end of the Strip, which is technically not part of the city proper.
Rock stars in movies have always been more of a novelty than anything else. Elvis clearly wanted to be taken seriously as an actor, but his movies served as softball vehicles to sell soundtracks…
Superhero movies have a way of creating movie stars. With a boffo $125 million domestic start, and nearly $72 million so far overseas, Warner Bros.’ “Man of Steel” is the prime star-making vehicle…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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Helen Hanft, the comedic actress who became a favorite of such writer-directors as Woody Allen, Paul Mazursky and Tom Eyen, died of intestinal complications on May 30 in New York. She was 79. Born in…
While Janelle Monae kept the NBCUniversal party jumping, elsewhere in the Beverly Hilton things were a bit more sedate.
No stranger to Woody Allen comparisons, Dani Levy offers up his own "Stardust Memories" in "Life Is Too Long," a farcical fantasia about (what else?) a Jewish-German filmmaker grappling with midlife…
Jason Biggs, Seymour Cassel and Rhys Coiro have rounded out the cast for indie comedy "BFF and Baby."
Hollywood knows there's no such thing as a sure thing in the international marketplace, but it's found a consistent sweet spot outside the United States: fantasy-adventure films aimed at families.
Cut from the same cloth as "The Laramie Project" and other interview-based stage docu-dramas, Ellen Gavin's "Stardust and Empty Wagons" assembles testimony from displaced New Orleans residents.
Moody legal thriller "Michael Clayton" is off to a respectable start overseas, proving that international auds have become every bit as important to non-tentpole fare as they are to the Hollywood…
Returning the "Rush Hour" martial arts buddy franchise to the bigscreen was anything but a rush job, yet the wait seems to have been worth it for New Line and director Brett Ratner.