Entertainment One has joined forces with shingle Sunrise Pictures for a TV development deal that focuses on the hourlong dramatic cable space. Under the pact, the two companies will co-finance and…
There’s Always Woodstock
The 12-day Cannes gathering is actually four events in one: the festival, the market, the media binge and an international schmooze-a-palooza, where people from the other three groups can meet with…
“Austenland” thesp Richard Reid has joined the cast of the indie “There’s Always Woodstock,” starring Brittany Snow and Jason Ritter. Rita Merson is writing and helming the project, which also stars…
A big burst of positive energy, this Woodstock-set Jane Fonda starrer may not be great cinema, but its broad, crowdpleasing qualities should make it a welcome night out for femmes
Auds have learned to be wary of movies converted to 3D, as some pics have failed to deliver the premium experience paid for.
European Film Promotion once again spotlights 10 talented actors from across the Continent, as chosen by a jury, ready for their Berlin closeups
"The action takes place mostly within characters' subconscious, with mind-bending visuals," USA Today's Claudia Puig enthuses.
Novelist and TV writer and producer Judith Paige Mitchell died of cancer on Feb. 10 in Los Angeles. She was 77.
So far, 2009 has been filled with surprise box office hits: "Taken," "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," "Fast and Furious," "The Hangover." But kudos possibilities? Not so much.
When somebody finally looked up from all the corporate mergers that affected the music industry, Ahmet Ertegun had become a demi-god, the one man in the tune biz with ears, integrity and a belief in…
A rare case of blatant political propaganda in a major Hollywood picture, "John Q." is a shamelessly manipulative commercial on behalf of national health insurance.