A film by... who? Though the fury -- usually spurred by screenwriters -- over that pesky creature known as the possessory credit has calmed a bit, it remains a complicated topic that can stir up as…
Across the grand divide of legit and film, Broadway's best salute the moviemakers who inspired them in 2007.
This year's lineup of Oscar bait is a cavalcade of very serious dramatic, if not really downbeat, fare. But secret documents obtained by Variety confirm that a few individuals were working behind the…
Daniel Craig, meet your match.
Having a record-breaking year at the box office is both a blessing and a curse -- a curse because it sets a new benchmark that Hollywood has to live up to.
Two of ReelzChannel's top execs have ankled the cabler: Programming head Ian Valentine is out, as is marketing topper Patty LaVigne.
The year in cinematography included a lot of shooters doing what they do -- but doing more of it. For instance, the ever-lyrical Roger Deakins getting positively poetic with "The Assassination of…
There's a particularly dazzling sequence in the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men" when Llewelyn Moss, the film's picaresque hero played by Josh Brolin, commits an act of folly that sets off a…