Universal Pictures’ "Fifty Shades of Grey" was the top-selling disc for the second consecutive week, again topping both national home video sales charts. The film, based on the sexually charged novel…
Ellen Barkin embodies the forces of gentrification in “The Cobbler,” Tom McCarthy’s new comedy about the changing face of New York City. It’s a role that Barkin, whose whiskey voice still betrays a…
It deserves to be stated upfront: Of the many things that go horribly wrong with "The Cobbler," none are even remotely Adam Sandler's fault.
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"The Cobbler," a fantastical film about a shoe repairman able to step into the lives of his customers, can't be wrapped up in a box. "I don't even know what to compare it to," director Tom McCarthy…
Toronto Film Festival Adds Sandler’s ‘Cobbler,’ Wiig’s ‘Welcome to Me,’ Schwarzenegger’s ‘Maggie’ and More
The Toronto International Film Festival added more than 100 features to its 2014 slate today, with pics starring Dustin Hoffman, Kristen Wiig, Benicio del Toro, Diane Keaton, John Travolta, Keira…
Keeping a full film slate since leaving “Downton Abbey,” Dan Stevens has now joined Adam Sandler in Tom McCarthy’s indie drama “The Cobbler.” Stevens also recently signed on to “Night at the Museum 3”…
Adam Sandler may be returning to the dramatic scene as he is in talks to star in the indie drama “The Cobbler,” which Tom McCarthy is directing. Mary Jane Skalski is producing the feature. Plot…
Already a major hit in Asia, this high-octane South Korean remake of Hong Kong thriller "Eye in the Sky" sustains its nervy tension all the way.
Warner Bros. has swapped "Blended" for "The Familymoon" as the title for its romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.
Have fun, but be careful. Crime rises when unemployment is up, and French unemployment is up. Big crowds attract pickpockets, but locals say they've gotten more brazen.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) has joined forces with Cartoon Network to help launch the net's next initiative of its anti-bullying campaign.