Covering more than three decades of Metallica history, this first U.S. release from the revived Picturehouse Entertainment is a definitive document for fans.
While Legendary Entertainment's Thomas Tull is still talking to multiple studios about a new distribution and potential co-financing deal for its movies, Warner Bros. isn't among them. Tull is set to…
Legendary Entertainment is poised to leave the Warner Bros. fold by the end of the year and set up shop at a rival studio, unless the parties can mend their frayed relationship and come to terms on a…
By their posters, ye shall know them. The key art for 2011's nine top Oscar nominees drops hints about the films in contention, and may even seem to offer commentary on the best picture race itself.
Rising thesps Chandler Canterbury and Boyd Holbrook are in final negotiations to round out the cast of Open Road Films' "The Host," an adaptation of "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer's popular sci-fi…
The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. spread the trophy wealth at the 17th annual Critics Choice Movie Awards, but making sure to bestow honors on familiar names in awards season like "The Help," "The…
Stephen Daldry, the only director to earn Oscar nominations for his first three films, recently spoke with Variety's Christy Grosz about the seven-month shoot of "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close,"…
Handful of unknowns have been asked by helmers to carry high-profile films
The little screen reflects on the best of the bigscreen
Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock get star billing but play supporting roles in Warner's "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close."
BERLIN -- Stephen Daldry's post 9/11 drama "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" and Zhang Yimou's "The Flowers of War" will unspool at the Berlin Film Festival, which runs Feb. 9-19.