Spike TV has joined Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street Productions and Giant Pirates Entertainment to option the script for a special-event series based on Richard D. "Skip" Bronson's best-selling book…
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Paul Greengrass' kinetic docudrama always impresses without ever connecting emotionally in quite the same way as his previous verite efforts.
The first time the audience gets a good look at Kevin Spacey's vice-obsessed psychopath in David Fincher's gritty 1995 crime thriller "Seven," he's stepping out of a cab in front of a worn-down brick…
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Distilled spirits met spirit of indie film, as Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street Prods. picked three aspiring filmmakers to write and direct shorts starring Willem Dafoe, in a competition sponsored by…
Aimed squarely at auds seeking family-friendly, holiday-themed entertainment, "When Angels Sing" is an innocuously pleasant trifle that likely would be more at home in the Hallmark Movie Channel…
Irving Saraf, who won an Oscar and an Emmy for documentaries, died Wednesday at home in San Francisco after succumbing to ALS. He was 80.
Variety has been compiling the Facts on Pacts stats for more than a decade, based on info supplied by the six major studios. The tally now stands at 151, which again is good news and bad news: It's…
The voyage of the Kon-Tiki was one of the greatest DIY experiments of the 20th century, proving that six young scientists, using primitive technology and sheer foolhardy belief, could traverse the…
A fast-paced but extremely familiar vehicle for Jason Statham, who can only carry the material so far on his brawny shoulders.
Targeted less to literature students than to followers of "Top Chef" and "Survivor," this docu proves, depressingly enough, that even the Bard can be reduced to a competition.