"Against the Ropes," the only film held back due to the beginning of the Iraq war last year, will finally unspool Feb. 20 -- nearly a year after its planned release.
When a tense crowd of about 200 gathered in front of Spain's Goya Awards Jan. 31, they weren't looking for autographs from stars.
Steven Gaydos: Eurotrack
The U.S. majors are looking at 2004 as a great domestic B.O. opportunity, but their international sales and marketing teams worry that the year will be more intense and complicated than any past…
Steven Spielberg liked the script. George Lucas, his partner, didn't. So last week, the umpteenth attempt to revive "Indiana Jones" at Paramount got stalled one more time.
Miramax's cozy, festive Feb. 5 luncheon salute to "City of God" director Fernando Meirelles was a fitting tribute to the Brazilian helmer. The gathering at quaint upper east side Italian Amaranth…
DC Comics published the first Batman comicbook in 1939, so it's no surprise that the publisher has some pointers for filmmakers making a Batman movie.
Just as the furry animal known as Punxsutawney Phil "saw" his shadow in small-town America last week, across the Pond in Italy a "Groundhog Day" remake was unspooling, marking the first time Italians…
In advance of the oft-delayed U.S. release of "Shaolin Soccer," skedded to open March 26, the pic has been re-rated by the MPAA, which says it now merits a PG-13. That's a step up from the PG rating…
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye