LYON, France — Walter Hill's films are not renowned for sentimentality. In "Driver," "The Long Riders," and "Southern Comfort," men fight, win or lose, live or die. And that's the way it goes. The…
Gracelessly mashes together hardboiled crime-meller cliches and an unintentionally funny "Oh no! I'm a chick now!!" gender-change narrative hook.
“Godfather of disco" Giorgio Moroder, 76, has been really busy since the release in 2013 of Daft Punk album "Random Access Memories," featuring his spoken word contribution in a tribute track titled…
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Saban Films has acquired North American distribution rights to Michelle Rodriguez’s gender-swapping action movie “Tomboy, a Revenger’s Tale.” The film follows an assassin, who’s double crossed by…
LONDON — Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet" will open the Munich Film Festival, which will also fete director Walter Hill and producer Arthur Cohn. Jeunet's film, which is…
Maybe it only seems like Walter Hill and Sylvester Stallone worked together before "Bullet to the Head," a kickass actioner driven by personality rather than plot.
Sylvester Stallone has joined the cast of "Reach Me," an indie drama written and directed by his "Cobra" co-star John Herzfeld.
Rome Fest honoree Walter Hill continues his upward climb.
Lakeshore Entertainment has come onboard to produce and finance a remake of "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?"
As it ends a 25-year relationship with Joel Silver, Warner Bros. will pay the prolific producer around $30 million for the rights to more than 30 of his films produced under the Silver Pictures…
Walter Hill has entered into a partnership agreement with the Aldrich Co. to remake the 1962 psychological thriller "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?," which starred Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.