It was the best of times and the worst of times in 1968.
Among the many retrospective events planned on 1968, New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center has assembled an expansive film festival highlighting landmark domestic and foreign pics related to that…
On one busy intersection in Los Angeles, eight brightly colored billboards are pushing "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull."
It shouldn't be hard to open a superhero movie these days.
Argentina's Pampa Films is revving up production with financing from advertisers and an expansion into television. The Buenos Aires outfit, now in its second year, has partnered with General Motors…
Sony's gambling drama "21" bet just right at the foreign box office over the April 18-20 weekend, ending a three-week winning streak for Fox toon "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!"
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences hasn't lacked for influence over the years. Simply bestowing the Oscars gives it clout.
Forty years ago, when President Lyndon Johnson suffered crushing results in the New Hampshire primary and decided to exit the race, some of his advisers pointed to an unlikely reason for challenger…
Lisa Judson is exiting as head of Warner Bros. Animation after only 10 months in the position, with her responsibilities to be consolidated under Warner Bros. Television prexy Peter Roth.
Israeli actress Ayelet Zurer has nabbed the female lead opposite Tom Hanks in Columbia Pictures' "Da Vinci Code" prequel "Angels & Demons."
Fox 2000 is set to bring Brian De Palma's "The Fury" back to the bigscreen.