Ricardo Targino, a Brazilian multi-prized shorts helmer, world premiered his freshman feature, "Lyrics (Almost Samba),” an upbeat tale about life in the Brazilian interior, at last year’s Rio…
Roger Hill, who played gang leader Cyrus in Walter Hill’s 1979 cult classic “The Warriors,” died Thursday in New York. He was 65. Hill spent nearly 20 years as an actor, working mostly in theater. He…
Twentieth Century Fox has enlisted Walmart to go green for the homevideo launch of Blue Sky Studios’ “Epic” in what’s considered to be the biggest push for a homevideo title by the world’s largest…
Just before Hollywood shuts down for the holidays, Marvel Studios has narrowed its shortlist of actors to star in James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy," with Zachary Levi and Jim Sturgess still in…
Rome Fest honoree Walter Hill continues his upward climb.
Nicole Karsin's beautifully crafted docu "We Women Warriors" highlights the activism of three strong, extraordinarily likable women from three different regions and indigenous cultures of Colombia.
Saoirse Ronan is in final talks to star in Disney's "Order of Seven," a project that was originally developed as a Kung Fu retelling of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
While the sheer novelty of a feature about lacrosse may be enough to generate some aud curiosity about "A Warrior's Heart," this respectably crafted but thoroughly predictable indie rarely deviates…
Mexican champion boxer Ana Maria Torres lives up to her nickname and the title of the film capturing three years in her wild career, "The Warrior."
A violent anti-Japanese uprising from Taiwan's aboriginal past is recounted with bombast and brutality in "Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale."
Vet Hong Kong action director Ching Siu-tung evokes an earlier, less complicated production age with the fast-moving crowdpleaser "An Empress and the Warriors."