Are movies on the Internet ready for primetime? Movielink and CinemaNow have been offering films via the Web for several years, but have built only niche businesses. Pay cabler Starz had a total flop…
San Luis has gone "Sallywood" under pols intent on turning the province into a prime Latin America film destination. Through a program created by Adolfo and Alberto Rodriguez Saa, who've ruled the…
These days, horror pics have a lot more in common than just bloodcurdling screams.
King Kong, meet King Khan. The name Shah Rukh Khan may not be recognizable to many in Hollywood, but in Bollywood, he's the proverbial 800-pound gorilla.
If critics are faulting Steven Spielberg for not taking a stand in his political drama "Munich," what will they be saying about Clint Eastwood next year, when the director releases two year-end pics…
The first privately funded Lebanese film is on the road toward becoming the country's greatest domestic success. "Bosta," Arabic for bus, opened at No. 1 at the box office in December, the first time…
For years, the Golden Globe Awards were accused of exploiting Hollywood celebrities. Now Hollywood celebs may be exploiting the Golden Globes.
"The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" and its talking lion roared into 2006 with significantly more traction among international audiences than "King Kong," pulling down an…
After striking it big with "The Blair Witch Project" in 1999, Dan Myrick and Ed Sanchez seemed to disappear into the Maryland woods. But they've found the trail back to Hollywood.
Talk about split personalities. With a swift sweeping of the exec ranks and a year-end acquisition of DreamWorks, Paramount revealed a brand-new identity to the town in 2005.
Hollywood may have ended the year in a sweat over dwindling auds, but Bollywood is breathing a little easier after four blockbusters by veteran Hindi actor Amitabh Bachchan helped arrest its…