The kind of bottom-feeding yuckfest where a character's slip in dog poo within the first minutes sets the tenor for the next 90 or so.
This rollicking crowdpleaser in sequins nonetheless packs enough heart to leave the masses enthralled.
When Variety first reported that a major studio "inked video and ad helmer Michel Gondry to direct its screen adaptation of the TV series 'The Green Hornet,'" the year was 1997 and the studio was…
Stephan Elliott, director of "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert," will direct Australian comedy "A Few Best Men."
I was perhaps the only person at the "Frost/Nixon" premiere who had so many acute personal connections to many of the principals in this true-life drama of recent U.S. history.
A fine cast makes sure Noel Coward's champagne remains bubbly in "Easy Virtue."
For five years, Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Co. has given the Oz musical theater biz a wide berth as the Sydney office mounted productions in Shanghai, Tokyo and beyond.
Rodgers and Hart are going hip-hop. The team's 1938 musical "The Boys From Syracuse" is undergoing a thorough cultural and ethnic overhaul and will reopen as "Da Boyz" at London's Theater Royal…
Director Stephan Elliott has committed to helm Tony Kayden's "Darker Saints," with London-based IAC Film, London media conglom Hit and Run Prods. and Canada's TVA Intl. co-financing the $15 million…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
If ever a film flaunted itself, it's "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." A cheerfully vulgar and bitchy, but essentially warmhearted, road movie with a difference, which boasts an…