"Shrek 2" jousted with "King Arthur" in Japan over the weekend, but neither could dethrone the market champ, "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," which flew through its fifth stanza. And…
Michael Moore took the unusual step of hosting a Sunday morning conference call to trumpet the $100 million milestone crossed by "Fahrenheit 9/11."
The Intl. Documentary Assn. has tapped 17 docus for the eighth annual InFact Theatrical Documentary Showcase, to be held Aug. 20-26 at the ArcLight in Hollywood.
The 42nd annual New York Film Festival has announced three key gala screenings, kicking off Oct. 1 with Agnes Jaoui's drama "Look at Me."
Could "Bourne" be the new Bond? Universal's "The Bourne Supremacy" bowed to a boffo $53.5 this weekend, unspooling at 3,165 locations. The spy thriller opened bigger than any pic in the James Bond…
This is the moment of summer when Hollywood takes a breath and tries to elicit some meaning from the weekend-to-weekend box office chaos. To accomplish this, the shockwaves must first be absorbed.
True love, death, nostalgia and a good cry are stronger audience draws in Japan these days than action, special effects and $200 million tentpole budgets.
Before the July 8 release of Russian fantasy-thriller blockbuster "Night Watch," producer Konstantin Ernst hazarded a guess the film would become the breakthrough movie not only for his production…
Ultra-Orthodox Jews (called Haredi) do not watch television, let alone go to the cinema -- at least not openly.
On a commercial flight to Marseilles, France's Culture Minister Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres sips coffee from a plastic cup and snatches 40 winks before another busy day on his victory lap of France's…