Documentaries and restored narrative pics dominate the sidebar programming of the 2013 New York Film Festival, with more than 30 titles -- including producer-thesp Gael Garcia Bernal in docu “Who is…
Rachel Boynton's extraordinary docu untangles the knotty saga of an American petroleum company's entrance into Ghana.
Before Dule Hill even tested for the role of Gus on Psych, he realized it wasn't a typical TV series when James Roday, already cast as Shawn, came to his home to rehearse. "I was taken aback that he…
Shifting the action from Paris to Istanbul, "Taken 2" equals its predecessor in enjoyable silliness, if not brutal nastiness.
Peter Darling never thought he'd get tagged as the go-to stage choreographer for kids. But that's how it's turned out, now that his Tony and Olivier-winning work in "Billy Elliot" has been followed…
"Real Steel" star Dakota Goyo has joined the cast of Scott Stewart's thriller "Dark Skies," which Jason Blum's shingle Blumhouse Prods. is producing with Alliance Films.
A 1983 ad for MTV boldly proclaimed, "Too much is never enough."
The latest round of pilot casting reflects the demise of projects that held great promise as recently as a year ago.
The shortest and certainly the most action-dense Bond ever, "Quantum of Solace" plays like an extended footnote to "Casino Royale" rather than a fully realized stand-alone movie.
Watchers who warned that a six-year gap between installments would cost the "Rush Hour" franchise some energy -- especially from Jackie Chan, now in his early 50s -- aren't entirely off the mark.