We’re talking to you, “Taxi Driver” fans. To celebrate it’s 40th anniversary, Martin Scorsese’s iconic 1976 film “Taxi Driver” is returning to theaters for a limited two evening run. According to…
Roger Jay Pietschmann, a long-time boom operator, sound recordist and mixer for the motion picture industry, has died. He was 71. He died at his Los Angeles home on July 26, according to an official…
Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro and Jodie Foster will attend a 40-year anniversary screening of “Taxi Driver” at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 21. The screening will take place at the Beacon…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
One thing everyone could agree on at Sept. 10’s world premiere of Relativity's mob comedy "The Family": No one at Gotham's Lincoln Square could single out just one of Robert De Niro's many tough…
Michael Cudlitz's first leading role is the sole selling point of this repellent character study.
It may have cost less than half a million dollars to shoot, but Lindsay Lohan starrer "The Canyons" has drawn an outsized amount of attention for the star's antics and the project's high-profile…
India's vice president Mohammad Hamid Ansari told a gathering of the National Union of Journalists that dubious ownership has eroded the credibility of the media.
"Taken 2" helmer Olivier Megaton is to direct action-dramedy series "Brooklyn South" for Luc Besson's EuropaCorp Television, it was announced at MipTV on Monday.
Willy Switkes, a character actor who made appearances in films including "Tootsie" and "Taxi Driver" died March 7 at Montgomery Hospice Casey House in Rockville, Md of colon cancer. He was 83…
Ray Cooney's 1983 West End comedy "Run for Your Wife" hobbles weakly to the screen in this adaptation co-helmed by Cooney and John Luton.
To call "Something in the Way" masturbatory would be a literal plot description, though it applies equally to helmer-scribe Teddy Soeriaatmadja's affected portrayal of a Jakarta taxi driver screwed…