Can Ben Affleck play the modern Batman – not the Hollywood version of the Dark Knight, but the one currently appearing in the source material for the films? The Batman of DC Comics was once just your…
It used to be that when a Broadway show booked an out-of-town tryout, it actually went out of town. Not anymore. The world premiere of Rialto-targeted musical "Honeymoon in Vegas" premieres this fall…
Animator Rusty Mills, best known as a director on Warner Bros. Animation series including "Animaniacs" and "Pinky and the Brain," died of colon cancer on Dec. 7. He was 49.
At 35, Marin event is key stop on road to film launches, Oscar night
The 35th edition of the Mill Valley Film Festival has set the program for its Oct. 4-14 run in Marin County, Calif., including several films launching their awards-season careers. "The Silver Linings…
With perfect timing Doris Day has released her first album in 17 years just as U.K. theater the Mill at Sonning prepares to takes its bio-drama about the '50s icon to El Portal Theater in Los Angeles…
Effects studio The Mill L.A. is moving to a new 24 000-square-foot facility in Culver City's Blackwelder Arts District. The studio includes a new Telecine division headed by colorist Adam Scott, who…
Although it never presents itself as anything other than run-of-the-mill genre fare, "Blitz" is a classier crime thriller than its key elements might suggest.
Wide Management has closed a string of new deals on Lech Majewski's "The Mill and the Cross."
This visually ravishing, surprisingly beguiling gamble won't fit any standard arthouse niche.
A restrained horror pic that goes against the genre's recent tendency toward excruciating deaths.
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