Sony-Screen Gems’ “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” has a stronghold among teen girls, launching Wednesday with tracking in the mid-to-high teens over five days. But the teen-lit adaptation…
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Sean Astin ("The Lord of the Rings") and Chris Mulkey will star in indie thriller "The Surface" with Gil Cates, Jr. directing.
Coogler's film isn't the flashiest or most original movie ever to win Sundance, but in its carefully observed, unvarnished portrait of middle-class African-American life, and its acute sense of…
The showbiz infrastructure is well-developed in the Czech Republic, which has the highest GDP per capita of the former Soviet Bloc states.
Looking into their crystal ball, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg predicted the imminent arrival of a radically different entertainment landscape, including pricey movie tickets, a vast migration of…
With its wry humor and fantastic mix of music and images, this rockumentary could carve out a solid theatrical niche.
Lincoln Center Theater’s stunning production of Douglas Carter Beane’s “The Nance” is a textbook example of how to put on a classy show. It helps to have a bona fide (and certifiably bankable) star…
New musical "First Date" has lined up a Broadway run that will open at the Longacre Theater this summer. Junkyard Dog Prods., the team that produced 2010 Tony winner "Memphis," backs the comedy that…
The world preem of "Mistaken for Strangers," a new doc about the relationship of two brothers on a road tour for the band the National, will open the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival on April 17.
More female filmmakers than ever reach for the brass ring in Acad's foreign-lingo bingo
An unofficial twin to "Certified Copy," Abbas Kiarostami's Tokyo-set character waltz is a droll, elegant but faintly trying study in emotional artifice.
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