The use of 3D scarcely deepens "Beyond the Edge," a rote run-thru of Sir Edmund Hillary's climb to the peak of Mount Everest 60 years ago.
Producers Steven Bochco and David Milch's creation didn't revolutionize television — at least, not in the way many foresaw.
Independent financing has always meant cobbling together a variety of sources, and in the past five years, financing against music licensing has become another funding source to add to the indie…
Warner Bros. has changed the name of the Tom Cruise sci-fi thriller “All You Need Is Kill” to “Edge of Tomorrow.” Studio also revealed plans to promote the film at Comic-Con this week. Doug Liman…
Cutting Edge Group and Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road have reached slate financing deal under which CEG will advance funds for Thunder Road to develop upcoming projects. Deal was announced Friday at…
Cutting Edge Group, which has invested in more than 200 films, is forming the Cutting Edge Originals banner to develop and produce music-themed feature films. "Cutting Edge Originals is about great…
The networks continue to produce lackluster Sunday ratings this spring, though the finales of ABC's "Red Widow" and CBS' "The Mentalist" managed to score week-to-week gains.
Foundation Features has boarded first-time helmer-scribe Ana Valine's "Sitting on the Edge of Marlene," starring "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters" star Paloma Kwiatkowski.
"If it doesn't excite you, you're not alive," says one motorcycling enthusiast in 3D Brit docu "TT3D: Closer to the Edge," and even the most racing-averse auds will have to agree this entertaining…
Artfully slips from nonfiction parameters into a near-narrative mode as it portrays a raw recruit's first months at a Russian army border post.
A provocative exploration of the meaning of dreams and the overlapping nature of the conscious and subconscious.
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