Anchored by Albert Dupontel's impressive turn, this giddily implausible crime yarn barrels ahead with a propulsive sense of energy.
A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Internship Distributor: 20th Century Fox "Google Crashers" must have…
Cannes is buzzing about EuropaCorp's top-secret project "Sea at War" that's penned by Luc Besson and produced by Besson and Christophe Lambert.
As Netflix loads up on original programming, vid-streamer will increasingly face a Big Media problem: combating illegally ripped copies of its content.
Cheerfully smashing perceptions of North Korea as a shuttered nation, "Comrade Kim Goes Flying" proves that cooperation with the West really is possible, at least in cinema. A candy-hued throwback to…
Chile's Forastero, the company behind Golden-Globe nommed "The Maid" and 2012 Rotterdam Fest winner "Thursday Through Sunday," is set to produce "Bird of Prey," the second film from Nayra Ilic…
The Cohen Media Group has acquired U.S. rights to two titles from European pic powerhouse StudioCanal: "La Delicatesse" and "The Prey."
"Blooded, tells of five people who go stag shooting, only to become the prey of saboteurs intent on giving the deerstalkers a taste of their own medicine.
Mark Harmon is teaming up with USA Network on a two-hour telepic based on the bestselling novel "Certain Prey."
There's a lot of savage eatin' and a distinct lack of lovin' in "Prey."
Diane Kruger ("Inglourious Basterds") will topline "Special Forces," a $12.6-million Afghanistan-set kidnap drama.